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Neil Jussila

YAM generates $225,000 in art sales at Auction 46

Despite concern over the turnout with last weekend’s record-breaking cold, the Yellowstone Art Museum’s Auction 46 drew a strong group of buyers who purchased $225,000 worth of art.

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1979 work by Jussila up for bidding

1979 work by Jussila up for bidding

Cindy Butler and Craig Huisenga stand next to Neil Jussila’s 1979 abstract painting, “With Twilight Ghost.” It will be auctioned off at the upcoming OperaFest.

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Auction crowd intent on buying art, supporting the YAM

Auction crowd intent on buying art, supporting the YAM

The bitter cold didn’t cool the bidding Saturday night at the Yellowstone Art Museum’s Auction 46.

March 02, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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YAM Auction 46 draws several hundred people to Thursday opening

YAM Auction 46 draws several hundred people to Thursday opening

The diversity of the 198 works in the Yellowstone Art Museum's Auction 46 impressed a crowd of several hundred visitors Thursday at the opening reception.

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Neil Jussila artwork

Neil Jussila artwork

An abstract impressionist painting by Billings artist Jussila is part of his new exhibit, “Joseph in Montana — The Nez Perce Epic,” at the Arts Guild in Red Lodge. Jussila will speak about the exhibit during a free gallery talk Jan. 26.

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Jussila to show Nez Perce-inspired artworks in Red Lodge

Jussila to show Nez Perce-inspired artworks in Red Lodge

RED LODGE — Billings artist and professor emeritus of art Neil Jussila will present a free gallery talk on his work on Jan. 26 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Arts Guild in Red Lodge.

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A vision nurtured in the West

A vision nurtured in the West

VALERIE HEDQUIST AND SUE HART

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Neil Jussila with grandson Rory

Neil Jussila with grandson Rory

Neil Jussila holds his grandson Rory in a photo taken recently in the Pryor Mountains.

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Neil Jussila sculpture

Neil Jussila sculpture

Neil Jussila’s fish sculptures are part of his solo exhibit in the Northcutt-Steele Gallery. The artist is retiring from MSU Billings after 43 years of teaching art.

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Neil Jussila -- black-and-white portrait

Neil Jussila -- black-and-white portrait

Neil Jussila began teaching art at MSU Billings in 1969, after fellow professor Ben Steele recommended him for the job.

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"March Red Wing," by Neil Jussila

"March Red Wing," by Neil Jussila

Neil Jussila is a noted abstract expressionist who uses glazes to create his luminous paintings. This work is titled “March Red Wing.”

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"The Natural Sensuality of Women Who Love," by Neil Jussila

"The Natural Sensuality of Women Who Love," by Neil Jussila

“The Natural Sensuality of Women Who Love” is a featured colored drawing in Neil Jussila’s solo exhibit up this month.

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Exploring life, death and morality with abstract expressionist Neil Jussila

Exploring life, death and morality with abstract expressionist Neil Jussila

Neil Jussila is a rare abstract expressionist in the land of animal art.

January 20, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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Neil Jussila for Enjoy cover

Neil Jussila for Enjoy cover

Neil Jussila, art professor at MSU Billings, stands amid his artworks at the university’s Northcutt-Steele Gallery. The exhibit serves as a swan song of sorts for Jussila — he’s retiring after more than 40 years of teaching art on the Billings campus.

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Art exhibit to mark Jussilla's retirement from MSUB

Art exhibit to mark Jussilla's retirement from MSUB

A selection of paintings and drawings by Montana State University Billings art professor Neil Jussila will be presented in the Northcutt Steele Gallery starting Wednesday and running through Feb. 10.

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Neil Jussila artwork

Neil Jussila artwork

Neil Jussila's work is on display at MSU Billings in the Northcutt Steele Gallery. The show marks Jussila’s upcoming retirement from the university, where he has been a professor of art for more than 40 years.

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Neil Jussila, art professor at MSU-B, stands in his show at Nort

Neil Jussila, art professor at MSU-B, stands in his show at Nort

Neil Jussila, a longtime art professor at MSUB, stands in his 2012 show at Northcut-Steele Gallery. Jussila often read an essay written by art collector George Poindexter as an introduction for his students to abstract expressionism.

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"The Crackerville Cable" by Neil Jussila

"The Crackerville Cable" by Neil Jussila

“The Crackerville Cable” by Neil Jussila, painted in 1970, will be on loan to the new federal courthouse from the Yellowstone Art Museum.

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New federal courthouse will display Yellowstone Art Museum works

New federal courthouse will display Yellowstone Art Museum works

The works of Montana artists Ted Waddell and Neil Jussila will be exhibited in the new federal courthouse in downtown Billings when it opens sometime late next year.

December 30, 2011 12:15 am Photos

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New art gallery opens in Babcock Building

Located in the Babcock Building at 118 N. Broadway, Billings Gallery of Fine Art celebrates its grand opening during the ArtWalk on May 6.

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