In August of 2016, artists Kenneth Yarus and Richie Carter set off as participants in the Artist Wilderness Connection provided by The Hockaday Museum of Art, Flathead National Forest, Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation, and Swan Valley Connections. With the gracious help of a mule train, they were packed deep into Granite Cabin where they spent ten days painting the Great Bear Wilderness. This exhibit titled Ten Days showcases many of these small onsite works along with larger studio pieces inspired by their time out of civilization. The paintings are accompanied by a short film that documents their trip and offers a unique opportunity for the audience to share in their experiences. A number of black and white photographs shot on 35mm film also help narrate their story and give a sense of going back in time, as the wilderness demands of you, calling you to live a much simpler life.