Former Montana ceramic artist Richard Notkin can turn even the humble teapot into a symbolic meditation on war, society or the environment.
When Joliet sculptor Charlie Ringer says he’ll ride his newest creation, that’s no bull.
Inspired by a pine tree off her deck near Columbus and one of her favorite spots, Wild Bill Lake, Dana Zier helped her friend, Laura Marie Anderson, design a mural "Sunset Paradise," outside the Limber Tree Yoga Studio, 212 N. 29th St.
Moving is never easy. And for art galleries, the complications are two-fold. First, you have artwork to move, then you have to move your clients to the new place.
RED LODGE — For the past two weeks of July, the Arts Guild in Red Lodge will have an exhibit and retrospective display of the art of Big Timber artists Jack Hines and Jessica Zemsky. Included in the show will be a variety of subjects and prints from their sketchbooks.
The Downtown Billings Alliance and the Public Art Committee is looking for more artists.
Montana-born artist Peter Voulkos was never timid with the clay.
Billings artist Kira Fercho set out to paint one tepee, but fate intervened.
Animal skulls, skateboards, bread boards, rolling pins. There is almost nothing that Billings artist Melissa Burns won’t carve or burn into to make art.
Billings artists Dana Zier and Laura Marie Anderson are teaming up to paint a mural on the alley side of Limber Tree Yoga, 212 N. 29th St.
Whether he is capturing a look between General Custer and a Sioux warrior or a mother watching her daughter ride into a rodeo arena, South Carolina artist John Hull finds the drama of the moment.
Peter Herzog returned to Vietnam 43 years after he was stationed there to help him heal from wartime trauma.
NYE — The Windy Flats Gallery is hosting a new exhibit featuring traditional black and white landscape photos from a recent trip to Iceland by Edward Barta.
RED LODGE — The Carbon County Arts Guild is starting a new tradition for its summer fundraiser Art in the Beartooths.
From under the bed and into the gallery.
Fifteen years ago, club owner Angie Cormier called her buddy Jim Baken and asked him to paint on her building.
He’s shaggy, shedding his winter fur. And he looks peaceful, kind of the like the gentle Billings artist — Harry Koyama — who painted “Spirit of the Bison” in his signature style, smearing on layers of reds and yellows using a palette knife.
A free day for kids is Saturday, June 14, at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
The Toucan Gallery is opening a new exhibit, beginning with a free public reception Saturday featuring works by Wyoming artist Kelsey McDonnell.
It’s fascinating to think about two iconic writers — Ernest Hemingway and Will James — perhaps meeting at the Snook family’s humble stucco home on Second Avenue across from the new federal building.
Image caption: Edith Freeman, Late Summer Sagebrush, 1978, woodblock print 10.24, 29 x 375⁄8 inches, Collection Yellowstone Art Museum, 1989.007
MARTINSDALE — “Montana Seasons,” a new exhibit featuring the works of Montana artist Edith Freeman, is on display at the Bair Museum.
“We’re all from tribes,” Native American artist Monte Yellow Bird told a youngster last week.