New paintings by Bozeman artist Christine Sutton will be unveiled during the September artwalk. In her latest series, Roots & Anchors, Sutton explores a landscape of nostalgia, melancholy, loneliness and hope. These otherworldly paintings play with images of weight and lift to create abstract portraits of mood, time, and place to examining her own real-word experiences. Christine’s images are rough, yet deliberate, exposing the hidden tensions and meanings underlying daily existence. From a small cast of common elements including the prairie horizon-line, the “sage brush ocean”, and open sky, Christine conjures up an emotional and contemplative space that is continually evolving.
10% of the proceeds from this show will be donated to Pintler Pets, a no-kill animal shelter in Anaconda, MT.
Opening reception will be held in tart, rooms 107B & C in the Emerson Center, 111 S. Grand Ave. Visit www.tartique.com, call 406-582-0416 or email email@example.com. The show will be on display through October 6th, 2011.
Save the Date: Saturday, August 27 | 4pm – 8pm. Come tour the Cobalt Moose studio, meet the artists, and view the art while enjoying light refreshments on the studio lawn overlooking the East Gallatin River and the Bridger Mountains.
Featuring Local Artists: Terry Hall, Whitney Hall, Sarah Angst, Michael Blessing
Special Event: A silent auction featuring an image from each of the four featured artists will be held to benefit the Bozeman Public Library Foundation. 50% of the purchase price from our silent auction will go to the Foundation and will directly benefit the Bozeman Public Library. The silent auction will end at 7:30pm.
From 5:30-8:00pm August 12, during Art Walk, in the Emerson’s West Parking Lot, join Power and Light Press for a tour of their mobile letterpress printing truck!
Moveable Type will be setting up shop at The Emerson for an evening of printing demos, studio/truck tours, and tall tales about life on the road. This event will be free and open to the public, and participants can expect to get their hands dirty and make a few prints to take home with them.
The Bozeman Sculpture Park, located along the Main Street to the Mountains Trail System from behind the library to Peet’s Hill, is preparing its Grand Opening with a community reception on August 27 for its First Invitational Exhibition. This year, 9 Montana sculptors were invited by curator Terry Karson, to exhibit their work for 1 year in the park.
10 am – 12 pm
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
South of the Bozeman Public Library
on the Main Street to Mountain Trail
626 East Main Street, Bozeman, Montana
12 pm – 2 pm
Meet the Artists & Ice Cream Social
Community Meeting Room, Bozeman Public Library
626 East Main Street, Bozeman, Montana
Rain or Shine – In case of rain the grand opening even will be held in the Community Meeting Room at the
Bozeman Public Library,
626 East Main Street, Bozeman.
For more about the BSP and this year’s artists, visit the web site at bozemansculpturepark.org.
Summer relaxation and art just got better for everyone. The Willow Creek Artists are inviting you to experience a very special Art Walk for August. New to Montana, from the East coast, the Celtic fiddling group, “Mohr4”, will be our guest performers. They describe their playing as “Celtic and Classical music – straying into other genres (like Shaker, Renaissance, and Gypsy) when the mood hits us.” This mother plus daughters quartet have a long list of venues they have played at in their past. White Mountain Chimney Corner Celebration, Springville; Mologne House; Walter Reed Army Medical Center; Concerts in the Park, New Hope ; and the Classical Music Recital at the Episcopal Church of the Nativity, Huntsville Alabama are just a few the many places for their concerts. Their website is www.mohr4.com.
Come and enjoy, as well as support the art works, galleries, artist and our wonderful musicians on August 19th, beginning at 5 pm. Head over to Three Forks, go right through town, and head south for six miles until you see us there in the heart of Willow Creek. For more information, call Leslie at 406-600-8049.
tart will be displaying a new series of works in oil and encaustic by Bozeman artist Amanda Wilner during the July artwalk. The opening reception for the exhibit titled “Places” will take place on Friday, July 8th from 5-8pm in the tart gallery.
Trained as an architect and a sculptor, Wilner explores iconic images in Bozeman’s agricultural/industrial/historical landscape, rendering the animals, architecture and places of our town in rich deep color. Using ancient techniques of oil painting and encaustic in new ways, Wilner layers oil pigments, wax and metal leaf to create images that glow with a weathered grace. Balancing the hard lines of buildings, fancifully drawn horses and birds softly enliven her work. Vibrant colors and bold composition highlight the familiar lines of buildings we drive by every day, creating a fresh perspective on the place we call home.
10% of the proceeds from this show will be donated to the Emerson Center’s Project Art, providing equal access to the arts for all children in our community by offering scholarships to art classes and take home art supplies.
Opening reception will be held in tart, rooms 107B & C in the Emerson Center, 111 S. Grand Ave. Call 406-582-0416 or visit http://www.tartique.com/ for more information. The show will be on display through August 10th, 2011.
This July, in recognition of the significance of the month’s revolutionary history, The Cottonwood Club invites you to participate in a Bring Your Own Art show featuring the work of disenfranchised citizens…please bring your work as a show of resistance to the evergrowing shit show at the highest rungs of your nation’s declining governing powers…what’s that sound?…street artists, film artists, clay tossers, performance nerds, painters, everyone invited and all mediums highly encouraged…bring your work ready to hang or display…resistance to the overgrown capitalist monopolies could be pretty much anything you make yourself…one more cup thrown on the wheel is one less walmart is peddling, one more handmade bag is one less children in third world countries cut their fingers on…make something! educate yourself! resist! resist! sweet sounds from Royal 7 and the Young Squires. July 30, 7pm, 201 S. Wallace.