“Electric West” is part of Robinson’s series of acrylic paintings set for a Sunday afternoon show and sale at Yellowstone Cellars and Winery.
After taking some time to study at the Art Institute of Chicago after graduating from Central High in 2013, Robinson is back in Billings — and painting fervently. This piece is titled “Yuri.”
Artist Chance Robinson has been working on what he calls “my reinterpetation of the West,” with newly created depictions of bison and horses.
As teacher Wendy Jam read a short story about a musician to a half-dozen youngsters at Head Start Inc. on Friday morning, she’d occasionally pause to let the kids holler out the instrument played by the main character.
Greg Jahn and Nancy Halter’s annual show and sale of their latest ceramic collaborations from their home studio begins at noon Friday, Dec. 5, and runs through Saturday, Dec. 13.
Billings artist Carol Spielman included red ribbons — signifying HIV/AIDS awareness — in an original painting that will be up for bidding at the Yellowstone AIDS Project’s “Together We Stand” event Saturday night at the Crowne Plaza.
Mission Ridge, 3840 Rimrock Road, presents Art for the Ages on Nov. 21 and 22, featuring 30 artists and more than 80 works of original art.
Back in the 1970s, Elliott Eaton and his late father converted a sandstone block icehouse in Park City into an art studio.
Burke Jam’s exhibition “Fracture” opens with a gallery talk at 6 p.m. on Nov. 13 and remains on view at the Northcutt Steele Gallery in the Liberal Arts Building at Montana State University Billings through Dec. 11.
A glicee print from “Fracture,” Burke Jam’s multimedia exhibit at MSU Billings, is shown.
Internationally acclaimed artist Deborah Butterfield has done more to bring attention to art in Montana than any other Montana artist since C.M. Russell.
POWELL, Wyo. ─ Wildlife art by 32 Powell middle and high school artists will go on display Monday at Northwest College’s SinClair Gallery as part of the Wyoming Junior Duck Stamp Program’s 2014 Artwork Tour.
Snarky, sarcastic and occasionally obnoxious. That’s how Bernie Wahl, the brains behind Budugalee Cards, describes her sense of humor. Wahl’s handmade greeting cards combine vintage photos, usually hand-colored, with humorous text. Rock Creek Roasters, a downtown Billings coffee shop, displa…
An ink-and-watercolor piece by Robin Kraft, titled “Psalm 119,” is among the works set to show in Rocky Mountain College’s Art Majors and Minors Student Show.
The Ryniker-Morrison Gallery, located in Tech Hall on the Rocky Mountain College campus, will play host to the first juried Art Majors and Minors Student Show from Nov. 7 through Dec. 3.
The Toucan Gallery, 2505 Montana Ave., is hosting “A Little Art Show” featuring 100 small works by regional artists.
Bently Spang tells the story of 2012's Ash Creek Fire in "On Fire," his new exhibit of photographs and charcoal drawings at MSU Billings. Pictured is Tree Study #1, a 10-inch-by-14-inch work made in 2013 from tree-rubbed charcoal on paper.
Bently Spang tells the story of 2012’s Ash Creek Fire in “On Fire,” his new exhibit of photographs and charcoal drawings at MSU Billings. Pictured is Photo Study #2, a 24-inch-by-36-inch pigment ink digital image made in 2013.