Barry Lopez Foundation for Art & Environment

Barry Lopez, 2018 © John Clark

In remembrance of Barry Lopez and to sustain his vision for the Barry Lopez Foundation for Art & Environment, we are currently fundraising for the projects listed below. Your tax-deductible contribution enables the foundation to make its traveling exhibitions available to museums and other public venues free of charge, engaging diverse audiences across the United States in an urgent dialogue about climate change and our future. 

Donations are accepted by PayPal or credit card on our web site or by check at the address below. For additional information on how you can support the foundation and help honor Barry’s legacy, please contact us at

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Terry Evans, Platte River, Nebraska, 1990

From Here to the Horizon: Photographs in Honor of Barry Lopez.

In recognition of Barry’s lasting inspiration, fifty leading American photographers have generously donated a collection of over 90 prints in his honor. Exploring the vernacular landforms of our nation, the exhibition traces how the landscape has informed our history, our identity, and our hopes for the future. Organized in collaboration with the Sheldon Museum of Art, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the exhibition opens on January 27, 2023 and is available to travel to four additional venues through 2025.

Janet Biggs, Warning Shot, 2016

Ron Jude, Marine Layer, 2016

Janet Biggs: Imagination and Desire in a Northern Landscape and Ron Jude: 12 Hz. We are raising $25,000 each to support the Barry Lopez Foundation’s inaugural traveling exhibitions. Your support will allow us to travel these projects without cost to venues across the United States and support groundbreaking work about the climate crisis and our changing relationship with the land by two leading contemporary artists.