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We are so very excited to be making our very first appearance at the Downtown Bozeman Artwalk tonight (Friday) from 6 – 8pm in downtown Bozeman!  The businesses and galleries generally feature artists’ openings and receptions during the event and often provide complimentary hors d’oeuvres and refreshments.

Here’s a list of all the participating businesses!

  • Alara Jewelry presents the art of Jennifer Dawes, who launched her collection in 2000 and has since evolved to become one of the main proponents of eco-sustainable, socially responsible jewelry, while also creating pieces that are magical to wear. Each piece combines her love of ancient civilizations with the “here and now.” All her work is handmade, fabricated and finished at her studio in rural Sonoma County, California. Dawes only uses recycled gold and responsible-mined stones in her work.
  • Altitude Gallery is featuring Susan Karp of Billings, Montana. Susan creates rich texture with a palette knife and brightly colored oil paints. Her style is impressionistic and she captures light and shadows through her many layers of thick paint. Favorite subjects of Susan’s include bucolic landscapes and flowers in bloom.
  • The Artshoppe is featuring local and regional artists throughout the Art Walk season.
  • Artists’ Gallery During the month of July Peggy Kohler (MACK) and Kaye Light will be showing new works at the Artists’ Gallery in the Emerson. MACK (Margaret Anne Campbell Kohler) grew up in Alaska on the family commercial fishing boat. Very early in life she developed a great love for art and singing opera, so she pursued both. Her art is a colorful depiction of multi-ethnic characters representing the world family we all belong to. Her paintings are inspired by Yup’ic Eskimo masks as well as ethnic influences from around the world. MACK sells originals, prints, cards, ornaments and will launch her jewelry line in July 2013.  Kaye Light moved from her home in the woods of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to the mountains of Montana and never looked back. In her mid-thirties she made a career change into the apparel industry by earning a Master’s degree in apparel design from Virginia Tech. A love of textiles led her into the world of silk painting. Her silk paintings range from an explosion of vibrant color to more subtle depictions of nature. She will have a selection of silk scarves and wall hangings for sale at the Gallery during the month of July.
  • Banks Fine Art will be featuring artist landscape artist Dave Hall whose work is inspired by areas such as southwest Montana and Yellowstone Park country.
  • Beaucoup Gallery & Framing presents a collection of artwork celebrating the majestic Bison in the intimate space of its “Little Gallery” for the July Art Walk. Artists Jack Olson, Kirsten Kainz, Cheryl Farmer, Craig Hergert and more present their unique interpretations of one of our most treasured animals through oil, pastel, photography and mixed media. The American Buffalo, or Bison, brings to mind vivid images of the West. More than just an animal, it is an icon for the West and its history.
  • BozeArts and the Klare Building Artists will be featuring Ceilon Aspensen, Allison McGree and Sabrina Hussein-Bajakian.
  • Bozeman Angler will be featuring paintings by Montana artists Lexi Sundell. Sundell’s acrylic paintings are characterized by richly textured color and luminous light. Her artwork is inspired by the natural world found near her Ennis, Montana home such as birds, florals, and fly fishing.
  • Bozeman Art Museum, be on the lookout for the new “Bozeman Pop-up Art Museum” locations in Downtown Bozeman during the art walks!
  • Bozeman Youth Initiative, Youth Art Show at Soroptimist Park, www.bozemanyouth.org.
  • Cello will be featuring Missoula based artist Barbara Schwarz-Karst who is best known as a contemporary painter known for creating colorful, contemporary and diverse original paintings. Her subjects include Montana’s urban and rural industrial history, natural energyscape environments, and 3-D botanical leaves constructed by using imaginative methods and materials including casting, recycled materials, and non-traditional painting techniques.
  • Country Bookshelf welcomes Burt Weissbourd as their featured author. Weissbourd, a retired film producer, will be signing copies of his first novel, Inside Passage. In Inside Passage, Weissbourd tells the story of Corey Logan, a single mom trying to regain custody of her son after being framed for a crime she did not commit.
  • CTA Architects Engineers is featuring Bozeman native and Gallatin Valley inspired landscape painter, Melissa Summerfield. Her exhibit, “Montana Landscapes in Oil”, contains pieces that each represent a view into Summerfield’s “internal landscape”, beckoning the viewer to travel into the familiar landscapes of Southwest Montana, while eliciting a new found wonder of the natural environment we call “home”.
  • Dari Rasa Trunk Show will be featuring a new shipment of worldly treasures.
  • Ecce Gallery is featuring an exhibit by photographer Tim Crawford entitled “Wild and Feral Flowers”.
  • ERA Landmark is excited to be displaying the 2013 Sweet Pea Festival poster entries during the Art Walk. All 50 posters entered into this year’s contest will be on display along with the original artwork by Autumn Fiske, who was chosen as the winner. New this year, ERA Landmark is asking visitors to come in and vote for their favorite poster entry for the first ever “ERA Landmark Fan Favorite” poster contest. The posters will be on display at the ERA Landmark Real Estate Gallery and Visitors Center, 8 East Main Street, from July 12 through August 4. Voting will begin at the Art Walk and the top three winners will be announced prior to Sweet Pea Festival Weekend. ERA Landmark will also be selling Sweet Pea merchandise and admission wristbands at the Downtown Bozeman office throughout the month of July.
  • Four Winds Gallery will be featuring Western Bronze artist Bud Hubbard. Hubbard portrays the west as he has lived it, as it really is. From trapping grizzlies in the mountains of western Montana to working the badlands in the east, Hubbard has been there and his experiences are evident in his bronzes. Hubbard has become known for the exacting detail in every piece.
  • Jessie Wilber Gallery (including the Emerson Weaver Room and the Emerson Front Lobby) The Jessie Wilber Gallery is pleased to present a woodblock print exhibit of Edith Freeman’s “Montana Seasons”. The late Edith Freeman was an artist, teacher, and rancher.  Her lush and serene woodblock prints capture central Montana in all its varied seasons, evoking memories and reminding us of our region’s beauties. Edith Freeman was inspired by the Billings landscape; she loved the yucca and sage, the sandstone Rims, and creek bottoms teeming with cottonwoods. Her prints give us the opportunity to revisit our regional landscape with fresh eyes. In the Emerson Weaver Room a juried art show entitled “Garden View” will be on display and the Emerson Front Lobby will be featuring an exhibit by Montana State University Printmakers co-curated by printmaker Mary Keck.
  • Loft Spa will be featuring Hubbard Photography, FlyFree Designs and Inversion Arts.
  • Meridian Boutique will be featuring pottery by Ryan Mitchell of Gangbusters Pottery. The artist finds inspiration in everyday objects and the intimate interactions with clay that can intensify one’s day or encourage one to contemplate the beauty of utilitarianism. Ryan Mitchell strives to create objects with an aesthetic beauty and form that can be appreciated in each use.
  • Miller’s Jewelry features an extensive selection of jewelry.
  • Montana Gift Corral will be displaying works from Mountain Brook Pottery. The pieces are hand thrown in Kalispell, Montana.
  • Montana Trails Gallery will be displaying a large variety of western art, including landscape, wildlife, figurative, and still life works with a range of styles from impressionist to traditional American in both painting and sculpture. Many of Montana Trails legendary artists are now on display during the Art Walks inside 14 North Restaurant at 14 North Church.
  • The Nova Café will be hanging the work of L.A. Hoffman. Her show is entitled: “Eggbeater Wishes & Cityscape Dreams”.
  • Oh Susanna’s Gallery will be featuring an exhibit by Dana Aaberg entitles “Working Horses”. Aaberg’s first job was walking race horses, lending to his affinity and sense of the horse that is both responsivle and expressive. The show is composed of images of horses, riders, and in some cases horses working very hard at not having riders.
  • Old Main Gallery will feature Montana skyscape painter Bruce Park. Park has been painting for over 35 years and has lived in Montana since 1979. Park captures the feeling of a Montana storm brewing, sunrise or sunset, through his pastel and oil paintings. Old Main Gallery will feature a body of Montana landscapes of the Yellowstone River, the Missouri River, the Bridger Mountains and much more.
  • Rocking R Bar is featuring mixed media by Arthur Gutierrez, watercolors by Peter Jones, screenprints and graphic designs by Andreas Welch and paintings by Marci Surrantt-Weaver
  • Sassy Sisters will be featuring an exhibit by painter RoseMary Peterson.
  • Schnee’s is featuring a Mother-Daughter team of artists. Terry (Mother) & Whitney (Daughter) Hall. Terry is displaying an exhibit titled “Modern Visions of a Timeless West.” Visit www.cobaltmoose.com & www.terrycookehall.com for more information. Whitney is displaying an exhibit titled “Painting Life at the Edge of Wild.” Visit www.whitneymhall.com & www.cobaltmoose.com for more information.
  • tart will be featuring an exhibit entitled “Invisible: Sculpture by Gabriel Kulka”.
  • Vino per tutti features original artwork by Orlando Piva.
  • Visions West Gallery will be presenting an exhibition entitled “The Lay of the Land” featuring artists Mark England, Gregory Hardy, and Doug Smith. This the first of an ongoing series of yearly exhibitions that will explore the relationships between art and landscape,
  • Wild Joe’s Coffee Spot features various local artists throughout the Art Walk season.
  • Zócalo Coffee is featuring work by primarily self-taught artist Calen Pick. Pick’s paintings are done mainly in oils, very vibrant and full of energy. He has a great variety of subjects, ranging from landscapes to people to abstract energy interpretations. Pick’s paintings also contain a lot of depth that comes not only from the layering he incorporates into each of his paintings but also from the thought and love put into each piece.

 

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