It started with a rusty can in an Idaho backyard.
The Toucan Gallery, 2505 Montana Ave., is hosting “A Little Art Show” featuring 100 small works by regional artists.
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 Toucan Gallery is opening a new exhibit, beginning with a free public reception Saturday featuring works by Wyoming artist Kelsey McDonnell.
Michael Angelo Fortin stands in front of some of his artworks on display at the Toucan Gallery. The artist is struggling to regain his motor abilities since suffering a stroke in June at age 35. His output since then has caught the eye of Toucan owner Mark Sanderson, and Fortin’s pieces will…
"All American Girl 2" by Holly Manneck is part of the Toucan Gallery's new exhibit up for ArtWalk. Manneck combines photography and digital printing techniques with adrawing and painting to communicate the culture of her surroundings.
MSU Billings ceramics instructor Shanna Fliegel shows the ceramic tableware at Toucan Gallery she has created for "Coming to the Table," a collaborative event between Red Lodge Clay Center and the Yellowstone Art Museum celebrating functional pottery. Set for Nov. 3 at the YAM, the dinner pa…
"Ode To The Morning Song" is among Shanna Fleigel's wall-mounted ceramic works at Toucan Gallery.
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New works by Billings fiber artist Brooke Atherton are on display for First Friday, beginning tonight from 5 to 8 at the Toucan Gallery, 2505 Montana Ave.
Brooke Atherton’s fabric and mixed-media drawings are built up in layers of silk, cotton and wool from canvas backings. Some of her works will be up at Toucan Gallery during First Friday.
”Snow,” by South Dakota artist Don Tiller, is among the works exhibiting at Toucan Gallery during ArtWalk.
For the First Friday in downtown Billings on Friday, Nov. 4, the Toucan Gallery, 2505 Montana Ave., will feature new work by Lewistown encaustic artist Susan Gellner. The gallery will be open until 8 p.m., along with other downtown galleries and businesses.
New small paintings by Kelsey McDonnell are among the pieces at Toucan Gallery.
Downtown art galleries are staying open until 8 p.m. tonight for First Friday art openings.
New works by Gordon McConnell are at Toucan Gallery tonight.
A landscape by Don Tiller, an acrylic painter based in Port Townsend, Wash., will be up along with more of his works at Toucan Gallery during the Billings ArtWalk.
Since busy people work out more if the gym is close to home, Granite Health & Fitness on the West End is buying the Heights Fitness Center at 1323 Main St.
Mark Sanderson and Allison O'Donnell, owners of the Toucan Gallery, organized the first Wet Paint three years ago. The event has grown since then and Friday nght drew a couple hundred people to Montana Avenue to watch 14 artists work.
Carmine Leighton, left, Lorin Granger shop at the Toucan Gallery on First Friday. Participating businesses stay open late for shopping on the first Friday of each month.