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The Ryniker-Morrison Gallery at Rocky Mountain College will open the new year with the exhibit "5 x 5," presented by five artists-in-residence from the Red Lodge Clay Center. They are Karin Solberg, Alexis Gregg, Tanner Coleman, Brittany Helms and Megan Mitchell.
The first exhibit of the 2012-13 school year opens in the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery with a reception on Friday in Tech Hall from 4 to 6 p.m.
Amy Dean McKittrick’s watercolor paintings inspired by her father’s photographs of 1950s Korea will be exhibited at Rocky Mountain College.
The final exhibit of the school year in the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery at Rocky Mountain College will be the senior show of Maggie Weber, “One Body, One World,” running from April 30 through May 4.
“The Messenger” is a drawing from Rocky Mountain College art student Maggie Weber’s senior show, “One Body, One World.”
The final Rocky Mountain College juried student exhibit for the academic year for the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery will open April 13 with a public reception at 4 p.m.
The Photographic Institute of the Yellowstone (PIY) invites the community to the 10th annual PIY Photography Expo, April 1-6, at the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery, Tech Hall, Rocky Mountain College, 1511 Poly Drive.
Rocky Mountain College’s Ryniker-Morrison Gallery will play host to a quilt exhibit beginning Feb. 17. A detail photo Christine Mullaney’s quilt, titled “Grass,” is pictured.
The Ryniker-Morrison Gallery at Rocky Mountain College will host the first group exhibition of the Studio Art Quilt Association’s members from Montana and Idaho from Feb. 17 through March 30.
The Ryniker-Morrison Gallery on the campus of Rocky Mountain College will host an All Faculty Art show.
The final exhibit for Rocky Mountain College’s fall semester in the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery is the juried art student show.
The Ryniker-Morrison Gallery, in conjunction with the “Art Trails: Ascent to the Rockies” conference, presents an exhibit of new work by Rocky Mountain College professor of art Jim Baken through Nov. 13. The show is titled “An Elk Series with Clubs: From the Bitterroots to the Beartooths.”
The Ryniker-Morrison Gallery, in Tech Hall on the campus of Rocky Mountain College, will open its second exhibit of the school year on Friday, Sept. 30, with “Drawing: The Artist’s Vision.”
A reception to open an exhibit of works by the Big Sky Scribes, the Montana Society of Lettering Artists, is scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, Aug. 26, in the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery at Rocky Mountain College.
Heather Grotbo is finishing a double major in geology and art at Rocky Mountain College.
This self portrait by Rocky Mountain College student Mercedes Langley is part of the student exhibit on display in the Ryniker Morrison Gallery in Tech Hall.
The Ryniker-Morrison Gallery will feature the Rocky Mountain College art students’ senior show April 26-May 5.
The spring Rocky Mountain College Juried Student Exhibit in the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery displays four Merit Award winners, as well as other student works, through April 14.
"Cindy Sick and Beautiful" is among the artwork on display at Rocky Mountain College's Ryniker-Morrison Gallery.
Artist Troy Evans is exhibiting his wood and metal works at the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery at Rocky Mountain College.