The Artists’ Gallery in the Emerson will be featuring shimmering watercolors by Geri Ward, fine oil paintings by Linda Williams, and new pottery by George Dunbar during the month of November. We invite you to meet the artists at a wine and cheese reception on the evening of Friday, November 12th from 5-8 p.m., during the Emerson Galleria Art Walk.
Geri Ward will be displaying new watercolor paintings that are soft, luminous and glowing, guaranteed to evoke mystery and whimsy.
Linda Williams, who graduated Phi Kappa Phi from MSU in 2000 with a BFA in studio art, receiving the Strand Award, will be presenting her latest paintings. She recently ventured into oils after being a watercolor painter for many years.
After thirty-seven years of wedging, throwing, trimming, glazing, and firing, George Dunbar has mastered the art of creating beautiful functional pottery. His newest works will be on display and available for sale throughout the month of November.
The Artists’ Gallery at the Emerson invites the public to a reception for featured artists Sarah Angst, Mary Jane Corrigan, and George Dunbar, to be held on Friday, December 11 from 5 to 8 PM. Their show will be on display from November 30 through December 26.
Printmaker Sarah Angst will be featuring a selection of her new, never seen before, hand painted linocuts.
Mary Jane Corrigan will be showing a selection of 2009 paintings, with a focus on simple kitchen still-lifes in water soluble oil on linen.
Local potter George Dunbar has fired two kilns for his show of beautifully thrown vessels, sinks, dinner ware and functional hand thrown pieces, with colors as varied as a Montana skyline.
Artists George Dunbar, Sally Jo Hand, and Mary Penberthy, will be featured during the month of August at the Artists’ Gallery in the Emerson, 111 S. Grand Ave, Bozeman. An artist’s reception will be held during Art Walk on Friday, August 8th from 5:00 – 8:00 PM.
George Dunbar, a Bozeman potter who has just joined the Artist’s Gallery, will be displaying his hand-thrown vases and pots. Many of his glazes are from naturally occurring materials from the local area.
Sally Jo Hand is a Bozeman artist who works primarily in pastel, watercolor, oil, and acrylic with themes inspired by nature, the human form, and a broad spectrum of human emotion and experience.
Mary Penberthy will be showing acrylic paintings of aspen trees and painted feathers of animals and Indians.
For further information, call: 406-587-2127.