Hitting the Road: Bozeman Sculpture Park

2014-08-14T08:45:00Z 2014-08-14T17:24:24Z Hitting the Road: Bozeman Sculpture Park The Billings Gazette

What: Bozeman Sculpture Park

Where is it? The park is between the public library on the east end of Main Street and Peet’s Hill.

What makes it special? The nonprofit group behind the park has been showcasing 3-D works by some of Montana’s biggest artists since the new library opened in Bozeman in 2006. Billings-area artists Charlie Ringer, Brian Scott, Gary Bates and Phoebe Knapp have all had works displayed there. Scott’s 2011 glass and metal piece, “Persephone Post Industrial is currently on display along with a work by Bates and Danny Kraus’ 2011 work in stone and metal, “Three Ancient Harmonies.” The idea is to promote public art and help educate young and old alike about the importance of art, founders of the group say. Those are goals worth celebrating.

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