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The Joy of Living (downtown)

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Cassy Crafton Kramer and 504 Square Feet

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Jakes Downtown

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Black Dagger Tattoo

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Real Deals on Home Decor and Fashion Boutique

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Gallery Nine

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North Acre Real Estate

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Prodigal Gallery

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Justin Dowler at Rebels and Razors

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Dickey’s BBQ

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Brian Keith Scott Sculpture

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Free Spirit Rock School Band

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Corby Skinner at The Castle

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Art 2905 (Montana Avenue)

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Straight ‘n Arrow

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Montana Gallery

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Stapleton Gallery

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CTA Architects Engineers

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Yellowstone Art Museum

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Underground Culture Krew

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Toucan Gallery

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Terakedis Fine Art and Jewelry

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Stephen Haraden Studio

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SCRaP in Billings

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Sandstone Gallery

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Mann Mortgage

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McCormick Cafe

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Kennedy’s Stained Glass

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Harry Koyama Fine Art

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Global Village

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Gallery Interiors

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First Congregational Church UCC

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Downtown Billings Alliance (DBA)

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Clark Marten Photography

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The Galleries

Art 2905 (Montana Avenue)

2905 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Art 2905 (Montana Avenue) features “Linear Velocity : The Art of the Bicycle” curated by Joe Stout, Ted Kim and Jason Wood. The exhibit is a unique gathering of rare bicycles from private collectors in Montana, plus art works and photographs. It includes road bicycles, mountain bikes and BMX bicycles from the 1970s and contemporary state-of-the art machines.

Contact: Grace Kim
2905montana@gmail.com


Aspinwall

103 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Aspinwall, 103 North Broadway, welcomes guest artists in its rustic-chic interior amid an inventory of original, all-season outdoor and casual wear by local designers.

Works by photographer Trevan Hirsche are featured during the June 1st ArtWalk. Based in Billings, Trevan experiences the out-of-doors in exciting ways through his camera lens. His exhibit will feature images from recent trips to Iceland and Tanzania.

Contact:
Lucy Aspinwall, co-founder
lucy@aspinwallmountainwear.com
aspinwallmountainwear.com
406.702.1586 (phone)


Barjons

223 North 29th Street
Billings, MT, United States

Barjons, 223 North 29th Street, presents “Sacred Etheric Images” by Nikki Shiva. Originally from New York, Shiva has been creating fractal art for over a decade. Her work, featured on a a downtown utility box wrap and in the Collector’s Corner at Yellowstone Art Museum, reflects her interest in other dimensions and the conveyance of love.

Contact: Sue Powell
phone: 406-252-4398
email: info@barjonsbooks.com
www.barjons.com
Facebook.com/barjons


Black Dagger Tattoo

2914 1st Avenue North
Billings, MT

Black Dagger Tattoo exhibits artwork by resident tattooers Seth White, Sean Sapone, and Ranen Royer. The June 1st exhibit showcases American Traditional tattoo imagery, Irezumi or Japanese tattoo imagery, American folk art, Japanese folklore, Ido period imagery, and Shunga.

Contact: Sean Sapone
Black Dagger Tattoo
839-2997
sssapone@gmail.com


Brian Keith Scott Sculpture

2nd Avenue North and North Broadway

The Public Art Committee of the Downtown Billings Alliance installed the Brian Keith Scott’s sculpture, “Shadow Whisper (brought to you by incognito),” on the sw corner of Skypoint on North Broadway during Summer ArtWalk. It will remain on view into 2018.

If you or someone you know is interested in exhibiting sculpture in downtown Billings, contact: Natasha Potratz,
natashap@downtownbillings.com


Cassy Crafton Kramer and 504 Square Feet

2807 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT

Cassie Crafton Kramer and 504 Square Feet “pop up” in a vintage Shasta trailer showroom on the street just west Skypoint on 2nd Avenue North for the June 1st ArtWalk. Kramer’s functional Montana-themed pottery, including mugs, wine glasses and bowls, is colorful and popular.


Clark Marten Photography

2606 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Clark Marten Photography, 2606 Montana Avenue, showcases the work of master photographer, Clark Marten, and invited guest artists in its historic Montana Avenue gallery.

The June 1 ArtWalk highlights the work of Billings artist, Marie Taylor. Currently, Marie is working on large oil paintings and with encaustics, a medium using bee’s wax, resin and pigments. Marie finds inspiration in colorful, changing Montana skies and enjoys encouragement from her boys, River and Cash. Musical guest is Ramon Ochoa.

Contact: Rudi Marten
406.256.5555
rudi@clarkmarten.com
www.ClarkMarten.com
Facebook.com/ClarkMartenPhotography


Clocktower Inn

2511 1st Avenue North
Billings, MT

Watercolor artist Lois Lambert, photographer Casey Page and Amanda Hanson, an impressionist painter, will be at the Clocktower Inn courtyard alongside homeless pets from B.A.R.K. Each artist looks for the unique personality of animals in her work and finds joy in the love and connection between people and their pets.

Contact: Sara Todd
The Clocktower Inn
2511 First Avenue North
406.238.1796
sara.todd@bwclocktowerinn.com


Corby Skinner at The Castle

622 North 29th Street
Billings, MT, United States

Corby Skinner’s historic residence known as “The Castle,” 622 North 29th Street, will be closed during the June 1st ArtWalk.

Contact:
Corby Skinner
Skinner Benoit Public Relations, LLC
corby@skinnerbenoit.com
406.294-2390


CTA Architects Engineers

23 North 23rd Street
Billings, MT, United States

CTA Architects  welcomes artists Robert Keil and John Joyce.   Robert, a Montana native, creates art/furniture.  He writes, “Creating pieces for those who understand, as well as pieces custom made to fit its place.”

Joyce, a potter, believes that working with clay produces an experience not so easily articulated. It spurs his curiosity and allows him to experience a full range of emotions.

Contact: Brian Emmons, Graphic Designer
CTA Architects Engineers
23 North 23rd Street
Billings, MT 59101
406.248.7455
brian@ctagroup.com
www.ctagroup.com


Dickey’s BBQ

2519 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Dickey’s BBQ, 2519 Montana Avenue, features Kelley Partridge, a self taught acrylic artist, who has been painting for four years. She is excited about her creative future. She’ll be at Dickey’s BBQ for the June 1st ArtWalk. You can also find her on Facebook/KelleyPartridgeIntuitiveArtist.

For more information, contact:
Don Jones
Dickey’s BBQ
email: dickeysmt@gmail.com
phone: 406.969.3909 or 690.1434


Downtown Billings Alliance (DBA)

2815 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Downtown Billings Alliance (DBA) welcomes Carlin Bear Don’t Walk to the June 1st ArtWalk. His work sells out quickly so don’t delay your visit.

For more information on the DBA Gallery as an ArtWalk exhibit site, contact:
Molly Schiltz, Downtown Billings Alliance
406.294.5060
frontdesk@downtownbillings.com
2815 – 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT 59101
www.artwalkbillings.com
Facebook.com/billingsartwalk


First Congregational Church UCC

310 North 27th Street
Billings, MT, United States

First Congregational Church UCC, 310 North 27th Street, will show the work of Colombian born artist, Maria Isabel Bonilla. Born in tropical Santiago de Cali, Maria says, “I find joy in creating intricate images where color dominates everything.” She describes her style as “Tropical Surrealism.” She is inspired by the animal world, her homeland and its primitive and contemporary culture, and Japanese comics. Not to miss! Refreshments and music in the historic narthex.

Contact: Edward Barta
edward2b@yahoo.com
406.780.9003
Facebook.com/billingsfirstchurch

http://firstchurchbillings.com


Free Spirit Rock School Band

313 North Broadway
Billings, MT

Free Spirit Rock School Band (FSRSB) students and faculty play classic rock, jazz and blues at Seva Kitchen during the June 1st ArtWalk from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Family Friendly.

Seva Kitchen (www.sevakitchen.com) proudly sponsors FSRSB during ArtWalk’s 24th Season.

Contact: Sharon Meyer
697-0976 (phone)
www.freespiritrockschool.com
Facebook.com/freespiritrockschool


Gallery Interiors

2814 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Gallery Interiors  , 2814 – 2nd Avenue North, celebrates each ArtWalk with paintings by gallery and invited artists amid its inventory of fine home furnishings and gifts. Music and refreshments add to the festivities.

To celebrate summer’s return, Robert Tompkins and James Poulson, both accomplished Billings artists, will be in attendance.

Contact: Joseph Booth
406.248.2001
info@galleryinteriorsmt.com
galleryinteriorsmt.com
Facebook.com/galleryinteriorsmt


Gallery Nine

2501 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT

Gallery Nine and Connie Dillon Fine Art return to the ArtWalk line-up for the 24th Season and we are delighted. The studio and gallery is located on the 2nd floor (walk up) of the historic Carlin Hotel on the corner of North 25th Street and Montana Avenue.

The June 1st ArtWalk features “Narrative Art” which Connie defines as “paintings open to interpretive meanings and stories.”


Global Village

2720 3rd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Global Village hosts smaller, rotating exhibits by artists and education groups during ArtWalk. As a 501(c)(3) organization, it sells handmade items from third world countries to foster financial independence for men and women.  Music and treats.

Global Village welcomes glass blower, Ryan Schreder and artist Sue Schuld to the June 1st ArtWalk. Schreder researches and experiments with many glass techniques. Schuld’s recent works include watercolor, pen, and pencil.

Contact: Candace Forrette
406.259.3024
globalvillage@montana.net
Facebook.com/globalvillage


Harry Koyama Fine Art

2509 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

The June 1st ArtWalk at Harry Koyama Fine Art features a showing of Harry Koyama’s latest abstract paintings. They emphasize simple form, texture and color. The paintings range in size from 6″ X 8″ to 24” X 8”. Don’t miss this!

Harry’s strong impressionist paintings are vivid, colorful and full of movement and emotion. His art is included in Montana’s “International Art in the Embassies” program. An enigmatic Koyama grizzly bear hangs in the University of Montana Student Union Center.

Take the time to meet Harry. He’s an affable and approachable artist.

Contact: Harry Koyama
2509 Montana Avenue
406.259.2261
harrykoyamafineart@gmail.com


Jakes Downtown

2710 1st Avenue North
Billings, MT

Jakes Downtown proudly presents work by local artists Kerry Munari Kaiser, Nichola Cooper and Lacey Kuntz during April ArtWalk. Their art will be shown in the historic Grand Hotel lobby. Welcome to ArtWalk, Jakes!

Contact: Scott Berube
jakesdowntown@hotmail.com
259.9375 (phone)
Facebook.com/jakesdowntown


Justin Dowler at Rebels and Razors

118 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Rebels and Razors, 118 North Broadway, exhibits the exciting work of emerging artist Justin Dowler.  Through his art, Justin has discovered a new way to express himself. It’s taught him that bravery can be found in many different situations and it has many faces.

Rebels and Razors Barber Club
118 North Broadway
Billings, MT 59101
406-200-7320


Kennedy’s Stained Glass

2923 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Kennedy’s Stained Glass, 2923 – 2nd Avenue North, shows its stained glass creations that include everything from holiday ornaments to concrete park benches. Works in progress, specialty pieces, restorations and commissioned works are always on display.  

Contact: Susan Kennedy Sommerfeld
susan@kennedystainedglass.com
40.245.3788
www.kennedysstainedglass.com


Mann Mortgage

2511 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Mann Mortgage at 2511 Montana Avenue hosts guest artists in its historic brick office. A percentage of ArtWalk sales are often donated to area non-profit agencies.

Ruby Hahn aspires to be a high school art teacher who inspires her future students. Currently, she works with fluid acrylics and mixed media on large scale canvas. She’s inspired by inconspicuous relationships and interpretations in the natural world and her paintings explore connections between microscopic and macroscopic realms.

Contact: Greg Ando
(406) 294-6271
greg.ando@mannmortgage.com
www.gregando.com


McCormick Cafe

2419 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

McCormick Cafe, 2419 Montana Avenue, known as the place “where locals eat,” celebrates the region’s creativity during every ArtWalk.

Terry Brown returns to the McCormick Cafe for the June 1st ArtWalk. Terry discovered her creativity as a youngster. Her paintings are inspired by her travels, nature and spirituality. “There is beauty
everywhere” she writes. “It is exciting to try and capture that beauty through my artistic interpretations.”

Contact: Charli Perry (charlip@cu.net or 406.255.9555) to book McCormick Cafe for an exhibit of your art work during ArtWalk’s 24th Season.


Montana Gallery

2710 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Montana Gallery features the work of Tyler Murphy and his artist colleagues from across the west. Together, they are known as the “young guns” of the contemporary west art scene.

Contact: Tyler Murphy
phone: 672-9605
email: tylermurphyart@gmail.com
website: montanagallery.net


North Acre Real Estate

2700 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Works by Kevin and Dee Cates Photography are featured in the June 1st ArtWalk at North Acre Real Estate. Kevin and Dee are passionate about the outdoors; they hope to capture Montana’s beauty as a legacy for future generations.

For information regarding North Acre Real Estate as an ArtWalk exhibit location, contact:
Liz Francis
North Acre Real Estate
2700 – 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT 59101
406.860.2931
lizfrancisrealty@gmail.com


Prodigal Gallery

2517 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Prodigal Gallery, which doubles as the reception area for the Law Offices of Penelope L. Strong, hosts guest artists during ArtWalk’s 23rd Season.

Contact: Penelope L. Strong
Phone: 406.839.9219


Real Deals on Home Decor and Fashion Boutique

2525 Minnesota Avenue
Billings, MT

Real Deals on Home Decor and Fashion Boutique, 2525 Minnesota Avenue, welcomes Wyna Woodford to their June 1st ArtWalk. Wyna’s watercolor paintings reflect her interest in capturing glass on paper and her deep appreciation for nature. She loves painting horses and cows given that she grew up on a Montana ranch.

Contact: Lisa Pugrud
2525 Minnesota Avenue
Billings, Montana 59101
billings@realdeals.net
406.259.9635


Sandstone Gallery

2913 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Sandstone Gallery, 2913 – 2nd Avenue North, is Billings’ only artist co-op gallery.

For the June 1st ArtWalk, works by gallery artists Margaret Smith and Donna Moore are highlighted alongside works by Dana Zier, a working artist from Bridger, Montana.

Contact:  Jennifer Baretta
jenbaretta@icloud.com
www.sandstonegallery.org
Facebook.com/sandstonegallery


SCRaP in Billings

1702 1st Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Scrap in Billings returns to Winter ArtWalk with an open house at its Creative Annex, 1702 – 1st Avenue North. We are thrilled to have them back on the ArtWalk!

Contact: Tammy Zemliska
tammy@scrapinbillings.com
406.850.1876
www.scrapinbillings.com
Facebook.com/scrapinbillings


Stapleton Gallery

104 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

The Stapleton Gallery is located on the second floor of the historic Stapleton Building on North Broadway.

Stapleton Gallery is closed for the June 1st ArtWalk.

Contact: Abigail Hornik
phone: 406.384.0996
email:info@stapletongallery.com
website: stapletongallery.com


Stephen Haraden Studio

2911 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Contact:  Stephen Haraden
shara@bresnan.net
406.259.9160
Facebook.com/StephenHaraden

Celebrate the coming of summer with bright colors in the Stephen Haraden Studio at 2911 2nd Avenue North, Suite #235. Visit with Stephen to hear what prompted him to cut up earlier paintings and create new collage pieces. So talented!

Shown: “Apprentice Djinni” A djinni is an invisible spirit mentioned in the Koran. Muslims believe they inhabit the earth and influence mankind by appearing in the form of humans or animals.


Straight ‘n Arrow

2715 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Straight ‘n Arrow, 2715 – 1st Avenue North, presents the work of Seidel Standing Elk (Northern Cheyenne). ​Seidel continues on the red road of life, always seeking new artistic techniques, lessons from other artists and inspiration from many sources. He approaches his art with an open mind, aware of creativity’s endless horizons. Food and beverages. Always fun!

Contact: Sue Pistorius
email: sue.pistorius@yahoo.com
phone: 672-0613


Terakedis Fine Art and Jewelry

112 N Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Terakedis Fine Art and Jewelry , 112 North Broadway, hosts artists from the Northern Rockies and High Plains regions. Its mission is to provide exposure for emerging and established artists, to serve existing collectors and cultivate a new generation of art collectors.

Terakedis Fine Art and Jewelry kicks off the summer with ten visiting artists who will share their talents on the night of ArtWalk. Look for our Broadway Project Urban Art Experience in partnership with Joy of Living.

Contact:  Zack Terakedis
406.696.0149
zack@terakedisfineart.com
www.terakedisfineart.com
Facebook.com/terakedisfineart


The Joy of Living (downtown)

103 North Broadway
Billings, MT

The Joy of Living (downtown) has joined ArtWalk’s 24th Season.

Visiting photographer, Cory Young, considers the city of Billings as his muse. He finds that its simplistic lines are overlooked in our hectic, daily lives. He focuses on scenes lacking human presence to remove us from distraction and focus our attention on details that seem to align and create calm, peace and wonder.

Contact: Mariah Carpenter
The Joy of Living (downtown)
102 North Broadway
Facebook.com/joyoflivingmt
mariah@blackdogcoffeehouse.com
406.294.1701


Toucan Gallery

2505 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Toucan, the birthplace of ArtWalk Downtown Billings, 2505 Montana Avenue, features gallery and invited artists and showcases its eclectic inventory of fine arts, unique hand-crafted jewelry, functional pottery and gift items.  Seasonal refreshments, attending artists, and capacity crowds create an always fun ArtWalk evening.

Toucan Gallery celebrates Spring’s arrival with new works by three artists who joyously express the season: painter Diane Harris, jewelry-maker Maria Gotta, and painter Kelsey McDonnell, who has added to her series “Four Years of Flowers.”

Contact: Allison O’Donnell or Mark Sanderson
toucan@toucanarts.com
406.252.0122
www.toucanarts.com
Facebook.com/toucanarts


Underground Culture Krew

19 North 29th Street
Billings, MT, United States

The Prototopic Art Collective’s (PAC) worldwide pool of artists, actors and models have contributed greatly to UCK’s June 1st ArtWalk exhibit. For the sake of accurate metarealism, all art is attributed to the symphonic architect and polymorphic construct known as Bobbo (aka John Doe). PAC members experiment with literary, video, photographic, fine and performance art which often results in intriguing synergistic creations.

Underground Culture Krew (UCK) is Billings’first art shop dedicated to promoting graffiti as public art. Support your locally owned and operated graffiti shop where it is UCKALLDAY!

Contact: Tyson Middle
406.969.2272 (cell)
undergroundculturekrew@yahoo.com


Yellowstone Art Museum

401 North 27th Street
Billings, MT, United States

Yellowstone Art Museum, 401 North 27th Street, offers free admission, free parking and free drinks for new members, a 4 o’clock start and music. Three exhibits are up: “Rough and Tumble, Smoke and Rope,” a multi-media event celebrating ranch life in Yellowstone County, “Nature’s Cadence,” celebrating work by Montana landscape painter, Clyde Aspevig and “Quiet Harmonies,” a special showing of work by Emil Carlsen.

Contact: Dixie Yelvington
phone: 406-245-6804
email: artinfo@artmuseum.org
Facebook.com/yellowstoneartmuseum
website: www.artmuseum.org