Yellowstone Art Museum
Ted Waddell will tell you that for many years his cattle paid for his art. When the situation flipped and his raw paintings began to pay for feeding his cattle, it never changed Waddell.
The Yellowstone Art Museum, the oldest contemporary art museum in Montana, is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a gala on Nov. 7 at the downtown Billings museum.
Internationally acclaimed artist Deborah Butterfield has done more to bring attention to art in Montana than any other Montana artist since C.M. Russell.
Former Missoulian reporter Gwen Florio said it took her 20 years from the time she first published a short story to publish her first novel.
The late Grass Range artist Bill Stockton called himself a lone wolf in a 1970s interview because he hadn’t read an art magazine in 15 years and “had nothing to do with the art world.”
The staff at the Yellowstone Art Museum is seeking help identifying four vandals who damaged the giant Lego sign Monday night that was promoting “The Art of the Brick” exhibit.
Four downtown Billings businesses were without power for about an hour Saturday night when a wind storm blew through the area, creating gusts up to 53 mph.
Molt artist Tracy Linder’s home and studio are six miles from the nearest paved road, and a passing vehicle is a rarity.
The Yellowstone Art Museum will screen several episodes from ART21 Access ‘14 as part of Educator’s Free Day at the museum.
Former Montana artist Molly Murphy-Adams once described humor as tragedy survived.
“Forward Facing: A look at Portraits by Twentieth-Century Masters” opens Monday, Sept. 22 at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
Billings teacher and artist Edith Freeman is remembered as a gracious lady with talented hands.
Kelly Everitt adjusts Edith Freeman's woodblock print "Along Alkali Creek" at the Visible Vault at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
The YAM is displaying one of Freeman’s prints, “Along Alkali Creek I,” which was No. 16 of 21 woodblock prints from a series made in 1978. It may be viewed in the Visible Vault through Sept. 30.
One of the challenges for Liz Harding on Friday was how to scatter a bag of LEGOs to look like the inside of a man’s chest spilling out.
When Billings artist Jon Lodge speaks, a different language flows through him.
New members of the Yellowstone Art Museum board of trustees are Deborah Anspach, Dan Burkhart, Peter Habein, Brad Jensen, Bill Lucas and Renée Tafoya. Officers of the YAM’s Board of Trustees are Kris Carpenter, president; Kevin Stenberg, president-elect; Paul Cox, vice-president; and Joy Cul…
Artist Jon Lodge with his piece, "Stochastic System No. a3P."