Jason Jam has some fun with a new wintertime cartoon that he's featuring at his Montana Avenue studio during ArtWalk.
Robert Royhl’s “Transfiguration” is part of the Small Works Show at Catherine Louisa Gallery during ArtWalk.
Rhonda Addison’s “Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam” is part of the ArtWalk display at Toad ‘n Willow.
Kent Savage’s “Starfield in Blue” shows in the Atrium Gallery in the lower level of the Valley Credit Building during ArtWalk.
Michael Needham, standing next to his painting “Golden Angel,” is one of the young artists displaying works at Jens Gallery and Design during ArtWalk.
“Winter’s Playground,” by Connie Dillon, shows at Gallery Nine during ArtWalk.
Gabe Scheidt’s “Tractor” is a featured piece at Kim and Eddy’s, a new art space that is participating in the December ArtWalk.
With a nod to Jimmy Buffett’s 1970s hit, we could use some changes in latitudes and changes in attitude.
Come meet the new ArtWalk president and visit with artists at 30 downtown galleries and businesses Friday during the Autumn ArtWalk.
After a free preview Friday during ArtWalk, “The Tug of War” will be fully staged at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Billings Open Studio, 2814 Second Ave. N.
Rickshaws will be on the streets downtown to help transport people Friday night during ArtWalk from 5 to 9 p.m.
Moving is never easy. And for art galleries, the complications are two-fold. First, you have artwork to move, then you have to move your clients to the new place.
ArtWalk took root 20 years ago when Vicki Van Buskirk, owner of Toucan Gallery, convinced other gallery and shop owners to stay open late for an event that aimed to kindle interest in local artists. The effort started out slowly, but has enjoyed steady growth since then. Van Buskirk sold the…
The 20th season of ArtWalk in downtown Billings kicks off on Friday, May 2, from 5 to 9 p.m. with 25 galleries and businesses showcasing art, music and demonstrations.
Special stained-glass works, live music, and a talk by Yellowstone Art Museum curator Bob Durden are all on tap for Friday night’s ArtWalk in downtown Billings.
It’s official: The Billings Artwalk will never be canceled due to cold weather.
Chris Woolston and his son, Angus, look over Theresa Gong’s pottery at the Yellowstone Art Museum during ArtWalk.
“Octopus Eyes” and other works by Bob Rickels will show in his “Earthworks” exhibit in the Good Earth Market’s Apple Gallery during ArtWalk.
Cassy Crafton Kramer of 504 Square Feet Studio created these special ArtWalk mugs, which will be available for purchase during the December stroll at the Toucan Gallery and Kennedy’s Stained Glass Studio.