MSU Billings art students Sara Grob, Jamie Winter and Bonny Beth Luhman are working on preparations for the 2015 Art Auction. Behind the students are works that are part of Grob’s senior show in the Northcutt-Steele Gallery at MSUB.
Louis Habeck’s multimedia sculpture is titled “Peenkerton-Discovered Floating on a Sea of Regret.”
Sarah Knobel’s archival pigment print, “Icescape,” will be auctioned off Jan. 30 as part of 2015 Art Auction at the Billings Depot.
Yellowstone Art Museum curator Bob Durden donated this mixed-media work, “Glad for Peggy,” to 2015 Art Auction. Proceeds benefit art students at MSU Billings.
Vanessa German strives to affect social change through creative means ranging from sculpture to poetry. The Pittsburgh, Pa.-based artist will be in Billings to exhibit some of her visual works and present a reading.
Artist Vanessa German stands up for people who can’t.
Vintage or colorful framed mirrors, hung alone or over a large wall mirror, immediately give a bathroom a new vibe, plus brighten the space for little money.
Kirk Jackson is joining two other resident artists from the Red Lodge Clay Center in an exhibit of their works starting Jan. 8 at Rocky Mountain College.
This set of cups and pitcher was made by Red Lodge Clay Center resident artist Summer Carmack.
Resident artists from the Red Lodge Clay Center are showing works Jan. 8-28 at Rocky Mountain College’s Ryniker-Morrison Gallery.
A Rocky Mountain College exhibit of works by Red Lodge Clay Center artists in residence includes this piece by Jocelyn Howard.
Creatively placing repurposed, mono-chromatic frames on a blank wall adds interest to a space.
“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.