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First Annual Summer Art Social @ Cobalt Moose Art Studios

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.

Wendy Marquis and Sarah Angst @ Artists’ Gallery

The Artists’ Gallery in the Emerson is excited to announce Wendy Marquis and Sarah Angst as the featured artists for the month of December. Marquis will present her captivating Montana paintings, and Angst will display her fun, new original linocuts. We invite you to meet the artists at a wine and cheese reception on the evening of Friday, December 10th from 5-8 p.m., during the Emerson Galleria Art Walk.

Wendy Marquis is constantly panning her surroundings for scenes to paint. She often combines different elements she comes across to create her own landscapes and to satisfy her aesthetic. She finds old rusty trucks, barns and buildings fascinating, and they exude character, history, and help her to tell a story. Sometimes she includes animals to give her scenes life and a sense of humor.

“To me, these are all treasures; symbols of simpler times that so many of us want to hold on to. When you look at my paintings, I invite you to feel Montana…feel the sun on your back and the intensity of color that exists here. I want you to be able to sit in front of my work, and savor this distinct time; feel a sense of place…a place that you want to linger in again and again.”

Sarah Angst will be unveiling her new, fun, and funky miniatures. With there striking colors, and playful subject matter Angst’s new work is a must see. Her charming cards, unique jewelry and captivating prints will be available for sale and all make excellent gifts this holiday season.

Until Now: Sarah Angst @ Sola

Local artist Sarah Angst displays the bulk of her portfolio as a printmaker at Sola Cafe February 2 – March 31, 2010. Please join us for an opening reception February 5th from 4:30-6:00pm.

Sarah and Sola Café are donating 20% of any sales of her original work to The Emerson Center for Arts & Culture.

Angst, Corrigan, and Dunbar @ Artists’ Gallery

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.

Playing with Prints: Sarah Angst @ Co-op

Sarah Angst transforms her original prints into jewelry and collage. Show Runs Feb. 1- Feb. 28, 2009. Please join us for a reception Thursday, February 12th from 6:00pm-8:00pm upstairs at the Co-Op’s Flying C Gallery. Come enjoy a sweet treat and maybe you’ll find the perfect gift for your Valentine.

Sarah’s work can also be viewed on her web site, sarahangst.com.

Sarah Angst @ Flying C Gallery

During the month of February, local printmaker Sarah Angst will be displaying her work at the Flying C Gallery upstairs in Bozeman’s Community Food Co-Op. Angst has been hand painting her linoleum block prints for several years now, but recently she has explored other formats on which to display her images. Using ceramic tiles and silver bezels, Angst has developed a jewelry line that is striking and playful. In addition to jewelry, Angst has been creating poster-like reproductions from her originals. For this exhibit Angst has pieced together one-of-a-kind poster-collages, using stitching and paper scraps to give a contemporary feel.

At the Flying C, all of the pieces on display will be for sale. A reception will be held on Thursday, February 12th from 6:00pm-8:00pm upstairs at the Co-Op’s Flying C Gallery. Please join us for a sweet treat and maybe you’ll find the perfect gift for your Valentine. The show runs Feb. 1st – Feb. 28th.

Justine Heisel and Sarah Angst @ Artists’ Gallery

Justine Heisel and Sarah Angst are featured artists at the Artists’ Gallery in the Emerson for the month of October. The Gallery invites the public to an artist’s reception on Friday, October 10 from 5:00 – 8:00 PM.

Justine Heisel will be showing “Landscapes – Near and Far.” (Her “Memory of Galapagos” is shown here.) Heisel works frequently in the “plein aire” style, creating works of art directly from nature. The demands of painting out of doors support Heisel’s ability to create painterly brush strokes and lively color.

Sarah Angst will be showing new work. Angst’s hand-colored linoleum prints are locally and internationally collected and have won many awards. Each image is hand carved, printed and painted in an attempt to emit a calm, comforting sentiment of simple time and a simple way of life.

Bio for Sarah Angst: Sarah Angst grew up in Winnipeg, Canada. She attended the University of Minnesota Duluth and graduated in 2001 with a BFA in Art Education. In 2003 she settled on printmaking as her medium of choice and has since been creating a body of work to exhibit. She now lives in Bozeman.

Angst creates each linoleum block print one at a time. Each image is hand carved, printed and painted in an attempt to emit a calm, comforting sentiment of simple time and a simple way of life. Her prints display the effortless beauty in everyday subject matter. She is drawn to the black outline and loves how it makes every color it contours seem to jump off the page.

Bio for Justine Heisel: Justine Heisel is a contemporary American painter and multimedia artist. She has studied many different disciplines and uses them individually or in combination to produce her art. She lives in Bozeman, surrounded by the mountains that she paints and loves.

Utilizing several media (ink, watercolor, oil, paper, metal, acrylic), she has found that working with one medium can feed an awareness of possibilities to keep in mind for other creations using different mediums. Always exploring the new and incorporating the unknown, Justine’s abstract flowers, scenic nature landscapes and other vivid, inspiring artworks lend beauty and light to any room.