About a dozen people visited the Great Falls Public Library to paint an interesting person on Sunday afternoon.
For this week's Sunday Painter, the Mountain Man was their muse. The Mountain Man often refers to a trapper or explorer who lived in the wilderness in the nineteenth century.
People listened to Montana history from the Mountain Man while painting, drawing, or sketching.
Michael Sherrard acted as the Mountain Man guide for the art-making afternoon with help from Timberland Taxidermy.
Organizer Dwight Cushman said each week is different and it helps keep things interesting.
"Every Sunday between one and four o'clock, there's going to be a surprise for you waiting behind this door or we're going somewhere beautiful and it's going to be incredible," Cushman said.
He added that the group will have two players from Great Falls High School's football team to paint and draw on Super Bowl Sunday.
Sunday Painter classes are held every Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. in the basement of the Great Falls Public Library.
To find a list of the locations Sunday Painter will be painting in the upcoming weeks, visit their website.