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.
Rossella Vasta, artist and director of the Pieve International School in Corciano, Italy, will speak at the Yellowstone Art Museum in the Murdock Gallery on Saturday at 2 p.m.
Performers Tom and Roseanne Arnold match tattoos with host Joan Rivers during taping of the "Joan Rivers Show" Monday, Jan.18, 1993 in New York. Arnold wears a tattoo of his comedienne-wife, Roseanne wears a rose and Rivers sports a removable tattoo likeness of all three. (AP Photo/Joe Tabacca)
This photo shows the drawing installation by Jodi Lightner, titled “Gathered,” which features her acrylic and ink on Mylar artwork. The “Gathered” series is featured in MSU Billings’ Annual Faculty Exhibition.
Montana State University Billings Department of Art’s Annual Faculty Exhibition opens Aug. 28 and remains on view through Sept. 25 at the Northcutt Steele Gallery.
This photo shows the drawing installation by Jodi Lightner, titled "Gathered," which features her acrylic and ink on Mylar artwork. The "Gathered" series is featured in MSU Billings' Annual Faculty Exhibition.
Rickshaws will be on the streets downtown to help transport people Friday night during ArtWalk from 5 to 9 p.m.
Billings artists Dana Zier and Laura Marie Anderson are teaming up to paint a mural on the alley side of Limber Tree Yoga, 212 N. 29th St.
Right, a local graffiti artist named Chris —who chooses to remain anonymous to “keep the mystery,” touches up his mural along Canvas Alley, a public art space located on the back of the building housing Pug Mahon’s and Guido’s on First Avenue North. The murals there run the gamut from space …
Stevie Moe, Tim Gordon, James Hickman, Tyson Middle, Kerry Epley, Chris, Miriam Cross and Philip Gordon are members of Canvas, a group dedicated to increasing the amount of public art through mural projects and other community cultural events.
Image caption: Edith Freeman, Late Summer Sagebrush, 1978, woodblock print 10.24, 29 x 375⁄8 inches, Collection Yellowstone Art Museum, 1989.007
MARTINSDALE — “Montana Seasons,” a new exhibit featuring the works of Montana artist Edith Freeman, is on display at the Bair Museum.
Cassadie Perkins, 11, said working with Yellow Bird taught her that she could be whatever she wants to be. Her war shield shows her interest in baking.
Yellowstone County’s commissioner boardroom is getting a cultural makeover.
LIVINGSTON — "Bashor et Bashor," a retrospective exhibit of works spanning the career of John Bashor, will be displayed May 20 through June 14 at the Livingston Center for Art and Culture in a collaboration with Out of the Blue Antiques.