As though on cue Sunday, the clouds dissipated, the rain halted and the sun shone high above Amend Park, creating a spectacular canvas for the Kite Fest.
A kite titled “The Lily Patch of the Legend” is one of the works by John Pollock set for exhibit at the Yellowstone Art Museum during ArtWalk. The YAM will show kites and paintings by Pollock, who is the museum’s artist-in-residence.
The large buffalo that Billings artist Angela Babby painted on rip-stop nylon is dramatic.
Billings artist John Pollock made this kite after seeing Chief Joseph's war shirt last year. The kite will be part of a show, "A Flying Tribute to the Tribes," at Billings Logan International Airport starting May 17.
As a child, Lance Johnson remembers peering up at his mother’s canvas, watching her paint and hoping for the day he could be an artist, too.
A crowd so large it spilled out onto the steps of the Western Heritage Center came to wish Ben Steele happy birthday Wednesday.
MSUB professor John Pollock unveils his kite, titled “The Caretaker of the Legend Taking on the Role of the Raven,” in October.