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Wilbert and Williams works @ Artists’ Gallery

Artists Ann Wilbert and Linda Williams will be displaying new work during the month of September at the Artists’ Gallery in The Emerson. Come to the Artists’ Gallery in the Emerson Center, to meet the artists at a wine and cheese reception on the evening of Friday, September 9th from 5-8 p.m., during Bozeman’s last Downtown Art Walk.

Ann Wilbert has been making lampwork glass beads for 15 years. She continues her fascination with taking something as solid as glass and molding it into a unique piece of art.

Linda Williams continues to develop her skills as an oil painter. After graduating from MSU with a degree in Studio Art and a focus on watercolors, she has since taken numerous classes to hone her talent in oil. She has recently shown her work in the MIA, Sweet Pea, and Danforth juried shows.

Water, Oil, and Vessels @ The Artists’ Gallery

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.

Whitehouse and Williams paintings @ Artists’ Gallery

The Artists’ Gallery at the Emerson invites the public to a reception for painters Kitty Whitehouse and Linda Williams, to be held on Friday, July 10 from 5 to 8 PM. Their works will be on display from June 29 through July 27.

Whitehouse will be showing her latest oil paintings of both landscapes and wildlife, many of which are of local scenes that Bozeman residents will recognize. Williams will be featuring new oil paintings of classically inspired still-lifes and plein-air studies of Montana’s western landscapes.

Kitty Whitehouse –  Landscape and Wildlife Artist
Kitty Whitehouse has an art degree from the University of New Hampshire as well as having studied western landscapes, lighting, and techniques with several local and nationally known artists.  Working primarily in oils, her subjects are usually horses, wildlife, and the Montana and Yellowstone landscapes. However, her paintings are usually about the light, using the subjects to portray an emotion, a unique lighting condition, or time of day.  Many of her latest paintings are of local scenes that Bozeman residents will recognize.

Linda Williams – Landscape and Still-Life Painter
Linda was born in Atlanta, Georgia and grew up in New York, New Orleans, and Memphis.  She graduated Phi Kappa Phi from MSU with a degree in Fine Arts, receiving the Strand Award.  She was included in the “35 Important American Women Artists” show in July 1992 at Saks Gallery in Denver and currently resides in Bozeman, Montana. Over the last few years she has been sharpening her skills in oils paints through “plein-air” studies and still-life works.

Julie Abowitt and Linda Williams @ Artists’ Gallery

Julie Abowitt and Linda Williams will be featured artists during the month of September at the Artists’ Gallery in the Emerson, 111 S. Grand Ave, Bozeman. The Gallery invites the public to an artist’s reception on Friday, September 12th from 5:00 – 8:00 PM during Artwalk.

Julie Abowitt will be showing new work in a variety of media. Her etchings, drawing, oil and acrylic paintings, digitally created images, and art-to-wear express her fascination with diverse techniques. Linda Williams will be showing landscape and floral oil paintings.

Julie Abowitt was born and raised in New York City. She attended the High School of Music and Art, Queens College, the Art Students League. Five years ago, she attended Cabrillo College for Desktop Publishing and Multimedia while living in Santa Cruz, California.

Julie recently retired to devote herself to doing her art full-time. She has worked as an art coordinator for the Seattle School District; an art gallery director; an art and drama teacher; an activity director in assisted living and a rest home; an artist in residence for Washington state; an artist in residence and festival coordinator for the Cultural Council of Santa Cruz County; has written standardized tests in fine art and health/PE. Her work is in public and private collections. Julie’s work can be seen on the web at http://www.artfullyconnected.com.

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Linda was born in Atlanta, GA and grew up in New York, New Orleans, and Memphis.  She graduated Phi Kappa Phi from Montana State University in 2000 with a degree in Fine Arts, receiving the Strand Award.

She was included in the 35 Important American Women Artists Show in July1992 at Saks Gallery in Denver and currently resides in Bozeman, MT.

Linda served as the Chairman of the “Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale” in Cody, Wyoming in 1990.  She also wrote a personal column on art appreciation for the Carbon County Art League Art Newsletter quarterly in Red Lodge, Montana beginning in the Fall of 1998.

She has recently ventured into oils after being a watercolor painter for many years. If you have any questions regarding her work or technique, please feel free to contact her at 406-586-1350.