“Deeling Gregory spent more than thirty years in the San Francisco Bay Area before moving to Montana. She has lived and painted in Montana for over ten years. Some of her recent paintings in the show feature grand vistas of Montana which are a constant source of inspiration.”
“To enhance the downtown environment and honor the creative spirit of our city, the UAP annually presents three exhibitions of site specific art installation pieces which fill the eleven windows of the Great Falls Parking Garage, located at 315 First Avenue South.”
“Every month Gallery 16 takes part in First Friday Art Walk. It is a great way to meet and greet local artists, musicians, and photographers.”
The Cascade County Historical Society acts on this mission by maintaining a museum, a permanent collection, and archives, as well as providing programming to further community awareness of the historical aspects of our local history.
“A.Hooker's Gallery will be showcasing over 50 Montana Artists.. Live music will be provided by Cory Fay and friends. Please bring a non-perishable food item for the food bank. Contact: Lori Fay or Bill Strizich (406-761-7156)”
“Four West Studio Artists: Pat Bushly, Drawing and Fibers; Gary Davison, Oils and Metal; Gail Dust, Oils; Kalie Evans, Jewelry; Maryellen Gutucker, Oils; Bernie Hagerman, Oils and Casein; Gudrun Linden, Weaving and Fibers; Janet Sedlacek, Watercolors; Haley Van Heel, Leather Coats (Fashion Design); Jackie Van Heel, Watercolors and Oils.”
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The museum complex includes Russell's original house and log cabin studio, together designated a National Historic Landmark in 1965. With these structures and his personal collections of cowboy gear and Indian artifacts, total immersion in artist's life and creative process is possible.
Montana Mosaic is YOUR Made in Montana Gift and Art Gallery of only the best and most original Montana Made art and craft products.
“Come on in to find out what is on display. The museum’s main entrance and wheelchair access is located on the North, Northwest corner of the building. YOUR Community Art Museum!
Contact: Aaron Kueffler, (406) 727-8255, email@example.com”