The Bozeman Public Library Foundation invites the public to the Art Opening Reception for Loretta Domaszewski on Friday, May 6, 5:30 – 7pm. Domaszewski’s exhibit Poetic Water Reflections will be shown in the Atrium Gallery for the months of May and June. A portion of the proceeds from sales will benefit the Bozeman Library Foundation and the Greater Gallatin Watershed Council (GGWC).
Domaszewski is known for her nature-inspired landscape paintings and murals highlighting the Gallatin Valley, and she will be offering a series of workshops and lectures for children and adults, in collaboration with the GGWC. These free workshops are sponsored by the Bozeman Public Library Foundation’s Artist-in-Residence Program, which will take place at the Bozeman Public Library, starting April 30 and continuing throughout the months of May and June. Call Paula at 582-2426 for more information or to register.
Originally influenced by the techniques of Master French Impressionists, Domaszewski’s landscape paintings express the essence and beauty of nature, with a Matisse sense of saturated color. Natural earth pigments and oil paint are applied to create rich transparent colors and textures, emphasizing the illumination of light and atmosphere. Domaszewski sees the world through light, layers, and pathways. More information about the artist can be found on her web site, www.lorettafineart.com.
Local Artists at Work
Artists Jerolyn Dirks and Terry and Whitney Hall, exhibitors in the Bozeman Library’s Atrium Gallery, will be working on current painting projects in the lobby for the month of April while their show is displayed. Terry and Whitney will be painting live every Friday, beginning April 1 from 1:00 to 3:30 pm, and Jerolyn will paint on Tuesdays, beginning April 5 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. The public can see original painting in progress, see how a painter operates, and ask questions about that piece or any of their artwork on display. This is a unique chance to see an artist at work!
Call for Local Artists!
The Bozeman Public Library Foundation requests submissions from solo and group artists to exhibit in the Atrium Gallery for 2012. The Atrium Gallery will showcase both traditional and innovative contemporary art forms, with each exhibit on display for one to three months. The Library is committed to exhibits that will expand the public’s appreciation of art, as well as reflecting the diversity of the community. Selections are chosen by the Library Art Committee, consisting of local artists, community members, and staff from the Library and Library Foundation. To apply for 2012 or to learn more, please see the Exhibit Proposal Guidelines at www.bozemanlibrary.org, or contact Paula Beswick, Library Foundation Director at 582-2426. Submission deadline is April 30!
The Bozeman Public Library is now seeking a professional photographer to provide a variety of attractive and informational images to be used in promoting the Library as well as updating the Library’s web page. The Library would need a large catalog of pictures which will include (but not be limited to):
- Building and grounds (internal, external, and possibly seasonal)
- Staff and volunteers
- Library services and activities (including regular and special programs)
- Lindley Park and other area shots
For ideas and examples of images we would like to update, please see the Library’s website at http://www.bozemanlibrary.org and the library’s catalog page (click “Library Catalog.”)
The photographer for this project must have a City of Bozeman business license.
Interested photographers should submit:
- Digital examples of your work which illustrate versatility and consistent quality
- A resume with credentials and references
- An estimated quote including hourly rates and day rates
All applicants need to have access to their own equipment. The final photos will be delivered digitally and may be adjusted by the library in order to suit our needs. Any interested photographer needs to send a submission before March 31. For questions or more information, please email Katy at email@example.com
The Bozeman Public Library will choose the solo and group art exhibits for 2012 in the Atrium Gallery. Each exhibit will be on display for one to three months.
The Atrium Gallery will showcase both traditional and innovative contemporary art forms, as the Library is committed to exhibits that will expand the public’s appreciation of art, as well as reflecting the diversity of the community. Selections are chosen by the Library Art Committee, consisting of local artists, community members, Library Foundation, and Library staff.
To apply for 2012 or to learn more, please see the Call to Artists on the library web site, or contact Paula Beswick, Library Foundation Director at 582-2426. Proposals will be accepted through April 30, 2011.
Artists Jerolyn Dirks, Terry Hall and Whitney Hall will debut a collaborative exhibit of their work at the Bozeman Public Library’s Atrium Gallery. An opening reception hosted by the Bozeman Library Foundation will be held on Friday, March 4, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Local Color will be on display from March through April. A portion of the proceeds from sales will benefit the Bozeman Public Library Foundation.
The Bozeman Public Library Foundation invites the community to the Artist Opening Reception on Friday, January 14, 5:30-7pm for Jack Kligerman’s exhibit Set in Silver: Recent Photographs in the Atrium Gallery. Refreshments will be served. This unique display of silver bromide prints from surrounding national parks, including Yellowstone, Zion, Arches, and Bryce Canyon, as well as from Turkey, Paris, and England, will be on display through the end of February.
“Even though I photograph wherever I find myself with my camera, the natural world is where I currently feel most comfortable,” said Kligerman. “In the years I have lived abroad, I have focused in addition on aspects of the city.” He claims photographs are made, not taken, resulting in the abstract, one-of-a-kind prints found in his shows.
Kligerman is Professor Emeritus and pas Chair of the Department of English at Lehman College, where he also taught courses in black and white photography and the History of Photography. He has written about American Literature, photography, and nature, and his photographs and essays have appeared in various publications, including Organic Gardening and Smithsonian. In addition to exhibiting in the Atrium Gallery in 2007, Kligerman has also had one- and two-person shows in galleries in New York and New Jersey. He retired to Bozeman in 2003.
All artwork is for sale, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Bozeman Library Foundation to benefit the Library. Contact Paula Beswick at firstname.lastname@example.org or 582-2426 for more information about this show or the gallery.
Project Nomkoo is inviting all artists to set up their easel, potters wheel, or work space to do their thing……create! beautiful art! on the plaza grounds of the Bozeman Public Library on Saturday and Sunday August 7th and 8th from 9-??? Bring an umbrella for shade or find a shady spot……Come and go as you please….just set up and clean up your space!
Hope to see you there…..
This is a great way for local artists that are not part of Sweet Pea to enjoy the day and show the public what they do. Sorry, it is not a place to sell—against city ordinance—just to create!!!!!
See nomkoo.org for more information about Project Nomkoo. Questions? Call Martha Joh at 582-1009.
The Sweet Pea Juried and Open Art Shows will once again be held in the beautiful Bozeman Public Library’s Atrium Gallery. The shows will feature a diverse collection of artwork, ranging from watercolor and oil paintings, to photography, sculpture, and jewelry. Everyone is invited to attend the opening reception, 5-8 pm on Thursday, August 5. The shows run from Thursday, August 5 to Thursday, August 26.
The Bozeman Public Library is now accepting applications for solo and group art exhibits in its Atrium Gallery lobby exhibit space. Each exhibit runs for three months. The Library is committed to promoting the visual and aesthetic enhancement of the Bozeman community through an ongoing process of rotating exhibits of public art in the Library which involves exhibiting the work of both established and emerging artists of our region. The Atrium Gallery will showcase both traditional and innovative contemporary art forms, as the Library is committed to exhibits that will expand the public’s appreciation of art as well as reflecting the diversity of the community. A Library Art Committee consisting of local artists, community members, and Library staff reviews these applications throughout the year.
To apply, download the exhibit proposal form, or contact Library DIrector Alice Meister at 582-2401. The deadline for this round of submissions is January 31, 2009.
The public is invited to the opening reception and award presentation for the 7th annual Montana Institute of the Arts show and sale in the Atrium Gallery Friday, June 6, 5-8 p.m. The show, juried by Ray Campeau, will be on display through July 28, and a portion of sales will benefit the Library.