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Prodigal Gallery

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Adam Gross 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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Last Chance Pub and Cider Mill

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Straight ‘n Arrow

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Montana Gallery

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Magpie Jewelry Gallery

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Vintage Apothecary

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Stapleton Gallery

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Beyond the Box

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Yellowstone Art Museum

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Underground Culture Krew

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Tompkins Fine Art

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Toucan Gallery

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Terakedis Fine Art

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Stephen Haraden Studio

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Sandstone Gallery

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Guido’s Pizza

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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

Adam Gross at Rebels and Razors

118 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Adam Gross makes his first ArtWalk appearance to showcase his photographs, many taken during the “I (Heart) Billings” campaign, at Rebels and Razors, 118 North Broadway. His photography reminds us why Billings is an amazing place to live and why so many love it here.

Contact: Adam Gross
phone: 406.794.9114
email: adam@agrossphotography.com
website: www.agrossphotography.com
Facebook.com/adamgrossphotography


Aspinwall

103 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Aspinwall joins ArtWalk’s 23rd Season at its new location, 103 North Broadway. It will host artists in its rustic-chic interior amid an inventory of original, all-season mountain wear designed in Billings.

Returning for Autumn ArtWalk are Erin and Logan Grant of Iron Bark Designs, who create art with up-cycled materials, wood and metal, plus landscape and nature images by Billings photographer Trevan Hiersche.

Image shown: “Furious Daybreak” by Trevan Hiersche.

Contact:
Lucy Aspinwall, Co-founder
lucy@aspinwallmountainwear.com
aspinwallmountainwear.com


Barjons

223 North 29th Street
Billings, MT, United States

Barjons has a small, intimate gallery that hosts solo and multiple artists shows during the ArtWalk season amid its regular inventory of books and gift items. Spirituality, tarot, women’s health, magic and coloring books are among items offered.

For Autumn ArtWalk, Barjons features a collaborative art show by Rachel Larson Long and Elizabeth Waddington.  Both women are concerned about our world’s loss of civility and the diminished connections we have with our planet. They share hope for the future and use dreams as a mechanism for speaking out about who they are as artists and why they create.

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


Beyond the Box

724 1st Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Beyond the Box hosts several “pop-up” artists during selected ArtWalks. Their unique converted warehouse space is filled with artists, art, food trucks, live music and a cash bar.

Twenty artists are featured for Autumn ArtWalk, including Carol Welch and other lively members of the 604 Artist’s Group.

Contact: Kristy Berkemos
724 – 1st Avenue North
Billings, MT 59101
406-245-6981


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


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.

Autumn ArtWalk 2017 features work by Kaylinn Crowl in an exhibit, “What’s for Supper?” Crowl explores the natural simplicity that humankind requires and focuses on the color, texture, and shape of Montana’s domesticated and wild flora. She’s inspired by a John Muir quote that calls for a dose of the outdoors, large or small, to bring us closer to home.

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


Corby Skinner at The Castle

622 North 29th Street
Billings, MT, United States

Corby Skinner opens his home at The Castle, 622 North 29th Street, to share oil pastel paintings inspired by Riverfront and Dover Parks, the Four Dances Natural Area, and other eastern Montana landscapes. Sales proceeds benefit Corby’s favorite charities.

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


Dickey’s BBQ

2519 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Dickey’s BBQ, 2519 Montana Avenue, features Billings artist, Kelley Partridge, for Autumn ArtWalk. More information on Kelley and her work can be found at Facebook.com/KraftyKanvasandGifts.

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), the heartbeat of downtown Billings, hosts various artists during the ArtWalk season.

DBA celebrates the return of popular local photographer, Alexis Bonogofsky, to Holiday ArtWalk 2017. Her work captures the oft-forgotten beauty of the eastern Montana landscape.

For more information on securing the DBA Gallery as an ArtWalk exhibit site:
Contact Virginia Bryan
Director of ArtWalk Downtown Billings
406.690.1662 (call/text)
virginiab@downtownbillings.com
www.artwalkbillings.come
Facebook.com/billingsartwalk


First Congregational Church UCC

310 North 27th Street
Billings, MT, United States

First Congregational Church UCC  hosts community and regional artists in its historic narthex.  

First Congregational Church UCC, 310 North 27th Street hosts Elton Kirtley who will show his impressionist landscapes in oil and watercolor. Kirtley, also a musician will play violin and cello during the event. Refreshments served.

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

http://firstchurchbillings.com


Free Spirit Rock School Band

2501 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Free Spirit Rock School students and faculty will play classic rock, jazz and blues at Hooligan’s on North Broadway during Holiday ArtWalk on Friday, December 1, 2017.
697-0976 (phone)
www.freespiritrockschool.com
Facebook.com/freespiritrockschool


Gallery Interiors

2814 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Gallery Interiors  celebrates each ArtWalk with paintings by gallery and invited artists amid its inventory of fine home furnishings and gifts.  Attending artists, music and refreshments add to the festivities.

Gallery Interiors celebrates ten years in downtown Billings during Autumn ArtWalk. You’re invited to commemorate the momentous occasion, while you check out new works by gallery artists.

Autumn ArtWalk image: “Draft Day” by Joseph Booth
Contact: Joseph Booth
406.248.2001
info@galleryinteriorsmt.com
galleryinteriorsmt.com
Facebook.com/galleryinteriorsmt


Global Village

2720 3rd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

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

Global Village Autumn ArtWalk features “Autumn Leaves” by Great Falls artist, Phyliss Ryan, and her amazing cast concrete bird baths. Ryan graduated from MSU-Billings, where she studied art and psychology. Her work is inspired by impressions found in nature.

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


Guido’s Pizza

3011 1st Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Bill “Mac” MacIntyre, proprietor of Guido’s Pizza and Pub Mahons, was instrumental in the creation of Art Alley, between 1st and 2nd Avenues North, where graffiti art changes frequently.


Harry Koyama Fine Art

2509 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Harry Koyama’s impressionist paintings are vivid, colorful and full of movement and emotion.

Former U.S. Senator Max Baucus selected Koyama’s work to represent Montana in the 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


Kennedy’s Stained Glass

2923 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Kennedy’s Stained Glass, specializes in custom stained glass pieces, historic preservation and restoration. Creative talent includes Susan Kennedy Sommerfeld and her studio artists.

During Autumn ArtWalk, Kennedy’s Stained Glass will display several commission pieces and contemporary sidelights by gallery artist Sherina McIntyre, plus a gorgeous poppy window, church restorations and more. Kennedy’s always has new Art Glass to capture your imagination.

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


Last Chance Pub and Cider Mill

2203 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Last Chance Pub and Cider House sees ArtWalk as an important and vital part of the downtown Billings community. It presents rotating exhibits by regional artists.

Contact: Tanner Vinecke, Manager
phone: 406.690.9810
email: tanner@lastchancecider.com


Magpie Jewelry Gallery

2702 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Magpie Jewelry Gallery contains an eclectic array of original jewelry featuring metals from tin to fine metals and stones from river rock to precious gems. Included in the mix are original art pieces by regional artists and specialty gift items.

Autumn ArtWalk features contemporary artist and Billings native, Gary Parkins. Shown widely across the country for two decades, Parkin’s works are transcendent, engineered images filled with mystery and life. This show also includes ink drawings and a few surprise installations.

Magpie Jewelry Gallery
Contact:  Sam Randall
406.200.7520
sam@magpiegal.com
www.magpiegal.com
Facebook.com/magpiegallery


Mann Mortgage

2511 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

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

Melissa Burns (Girlwood) is the Autumn ArtWalk guest artist. Each wood-burned image created is on a different type of wood selected to enhance the envisioned piece. Lately, Burns has focused on American Indian portraits and images from nature.

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


McCormick Cafe

2419 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

McCormick Cafe , known as the place “where locals eat,” celebrates art and artists from around the region on its historic brick walls during the ArtWalk season.

Contact: Charli Perry (charlip@cu.net) for information on booking McCormick Cafe during ArtWalk’s 23rd 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.

Karyn Mehus and Pete Tolton (one of the “Young Guns”) will be hosts for the Autumn ArtWalk.
Contact: Tyler Murphy
phone: 672-9605
email: tylermurphyart@gmail.com
website: montanagallery.net


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 central Montana artist, Sarah Ozment, as a guest artist for Autumn ArtWalk.

Phone: 406.839.9219


Sandstone Gallery

2913 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Sandstone Gallery celebrates its 17th year as Billings’ only artist co-op gallery. Bill Arbizzani is the guest artist for Autumn ArtWalk, showing alongside new works by gallery artists Louise Payovich, Dick Cottrill, Margaret Smith and Nick Nicoll. Did you notice the new signage and exterior paint? Nice!

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


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. Each ArtWalk features curated exhibitions of gallery artists and invited artists.

During Autumn ArtWalk, Stapleton Gallery hosts internationally acclaimed artist Kevin Red Start (Crow). This solo exhibition features striking new works that reveal Red Star’s artistic mastery and perfection of craft in equal measure to vigor and youthful creativity.

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

Stephen Haraden Studio, 2911 – 2nd Avenue North #235, unveils new paintings and collages that include children’s toys, perhaps in response to his much beloved role as grandfather. He loves to chat with ArtWalk visitors about his work and the creative process.


Straight ‘n Arrow

2715 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Straight ‘n Arrow (SNA), 2715- 1st Avenue North, showcases local and regional artists whose work reflect its focus on the old and contemporary west and American Indian art and artifacts.

Autumn ArtWalk presents work by Carlin Bear Don’t Walk (Crow and Northern Cheyenne). His art is bright, vivid, and energetic; it uplifts the mind and spirit and reflect contemporary and traditional Plains Indian culture.

Contact: Sue Pistorius
email: sue.pistorius@yahoo.com


Terakedis Fine Art

112 N Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Terakedis Fine Art host artists from the Northern Rockies and High Plains regions. It provides exposure for emerging and established artists, while seeking to serve existing collectors and cultivate a new generation of art collectors. Artist demonstrations are often included in or follow ArtWalk events.

Autumn ArtWalk features “A Walk with Wildlife,” highlighting several of the finest wildlife artists in the Northern Rockies and High Plains.  Kathryn Ashcroft, Sam Terakedis, Tobin Capp, Carmen Luna and Mark McKenna will be at the gallery to discuss their artwork.

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


Tompkins Fine Art

2501 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Tompkins Fine Art, 2501 Montana Avenue #4, features work by impressionist artist, Bob Tompkins, and selected guests.

Contact: Bob or Gayle Tompkins
Carlin Hotel, 2nd Floor #4
406.860.3859 or 406.860.3869
tompkins2511@gmail.com


Toucan Gallery

2505 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Toucan, the birthplace of ArtWalk Downtown Billings, hosts gallery and invited artists during ArtWalk to showcase 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 evening.

Autumn ArtWalk features the hand-stitched fabric creations of Red Lodge artist, Maggy Rozycki Hiltner. In her exhibition of all new work, Hiltner’s needle-sharp interpretation of the human condition displays her signature, darkly humorous style.

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

Underground Culture Krew (UCK) is Billings’ first art shop dedicated to promoting graffiti as public art. It maintains an inventory of high quality art supplies.

UCK welcomes Natalie Meyers, self-described day-dreamer and artist for Autumn ArtWalk. Her paintings are an expression of emotion, set against recurring themes of nature, humanity and the cosmos. Her dream-like visions often contain an uncomfortable element.

Contact: Tyson Middle
406.969.2272
undergroundculturekrew@yahoo.com


Vintage Apothecary

2818 3rd Ave N
Billings, MT 59101, United States

Vintage Apothecary, 2823 – 3rd Avenue North, showcases the photography of Rebecca Douglas during Autumn ArtWalk. Refreshments and music will add to the celebratory evening!

Contact: Melissa Scianna
phone: 850-3287
email: melissasapothecary@gmail.com


Yellowstone Art Museum

401 North 27th Street
Billings, MT, United States

Yellowstone Art Museum (YAM), the region’s leading and largest art museum dedicated to contemporary art, begins each ArtWalk event at 4 p.m.; Collector’s Corner artists attend to discuss and highlight their new work available for purchase. Free admission and parking, a cash bar, music and light hors d’oeuvres to welcome visitors. New YAM members get their first drink free.

Autumn ArtWalk highlights include the Murdock Gallery exhibition, “Earth to Earth: Sediment to Sentiment” featuring German artist, Anselm Kiefer. “Modernist Intersections: The Tia Collection” contains works from a private collection, including contemporary artists Cy Twombly, Andy Warhol and Bill Schenck.“My Hero: Contemporary Art & Superhero Action” is a multi-media, dynamic exhibition that explores the roles of iconic superheroes.

Contact: Ryan Cremer, Development Director
phone: 406-245-6804, x 225
email: development@artmuseum.org
Facebook.com/yellowstoneartmuseum
website: www.artmuseum.org