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Caught in the Wild sculpture now on display, thanks to Kate Weis Trust

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Caught in the Wild sculpture now on display, thanks to Kate Weis Trust

Thanks to the generosity of the Kate Weis Trust, Campbell County Memorial Hospital now has a new sculpture on display: Caught in the Wild made of out marble with Persian green onyx created by Drew Walter of Drew Walter Studio’s in Denver, Colo. You can find this piece near the Gift Shoppe in the Main Lobby of CCMH. Once the inpatient room project is completed, the sculpture will be on display on the Second Floor.

This is not the first item that the Kate Weis Trust has donated in the last few years: the beautiful acoustic grand pianos in the Main Lobby of CCMH and in the Great Room of The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center have also been donated by the Trust.

Drew Walter Caught in the Wild artistDrew Walter Studios was started after a lifelong love affair with art. Both of Drew’s parents were artists and inspired him to follow his creativity. Drew received an Art Degree and Master’s Degree from the University of Wyoming; he later became a high school art teacher in Denver, Colorado.

“Living in the West for almost 40 years, I have come to appreciate what Wyoming and Colorado has to offer—from breathtaking landscapes to majestic wildlife,” says Drew. “My art has evolved from nature and through my artwork I try to capture the beauty, the mystery, the power and the grace of this land.”

Learn more about Drew Walter Studios online at

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