Participating Bighorn Rendezvous artist Joel Ostlind is highlighted as a featured artist who has long been an important figure in the history of The Brinton Museum. He has exhibited his art in numerous Brinton shows including a one-person exhibition in 2004. He has presented several printmaking demos and workshops and was more recently featured in the one-person exhibition Linework to Linen: The Prints and Paintings of Joel Ostlind in 2019. A limited edition letterpress book Pressed for Art: Etchings by Joel Ostlind accompanied this program and is still available in the Brinton Museum Store. Ostlind is represented in numerous private collections, as well as public collections including the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson (WY) and the prestigious Art in Embassies Program, a public-private partnership that promotes cultural diversity through exhibitions, permanent collections, site-specific commissions and two-way artist exchanges in more than 200 U.S. Embassies and Consulates around the world. The Brinton Museum’s permanent collection includes an almost complete set of Ostlind’s intaglios. Joel Ostlind will present a demo at the museum on the process of preparing an intaglio plate for printing on August 25, beginning at 2 PM. This program is free to the public.