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Cascading Colors Studio

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The Post @ Billings Depot

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Well-Pared Juice Bar and Eatery

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Toad N Willow

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Billings Public Library

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Wise Wonders Children’s Museum

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OSL Design

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Western Heritage Center

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Kirks Grocery

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This House of Books

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Liberty & Vine Country Store

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The Joy of Living (downtown)

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Jake’s Downtown

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Gallery Nine

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High Plains Women’s Museum

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Bishops Cuts/Color

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Dickey’s BBQ

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Sculptures Under Skypoint

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Free Spirit Rock School Band

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Montana Gallery

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Barjon’s Books

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Stapleton Gallery

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CTA Architects Engineers

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Toucan Gallery

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Terakedis Fine Art and Jewelry Gallery

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Stephen Haraden Studio & Gallery

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Sandstone Gallery

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Mann Mortgage

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McCormick Cafe

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Harry Koyama Fine Art

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Global Village

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First Congregational Church Billings UCC

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Downtown Billings Alliance (DBA)

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The Galleries

A&E

124 N 29th St
Billings, MT 59101

A&E,124 North 29th Street, is closed during the October 4 ArtWalk.

If you are interested in showing your art at A&E during an ArtWalk, contact Cait Kirby via email: ckirby@ae.design or by phone: 406.248.2633.


Aspinwall

103 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Aspinwall,103 North Broadway, welcomes landscape photographers Trevan Hiersche and Sean McCotter.  Both men are inspired by nature and adventure so their work compliments Aspinwall’s outdoor wear boutique.

Contact: Lucy Aspinwall
lucy@aspinwallmountainwear.com
aspinwallmountainwear.com
406.702.1586 (phone)


Barjon’s Books

223 North 29th Street
Billings, MT, United States

Barjon’s, 223 North 29th Street, displays Gerald Kindsfather’s t-shirt collection from the 1960s – 1970s. A visual history of American pop culture, the t-shirts include “STRIKE” from Harvard’s Students for Democratic Society (SDS), “Solidarnosc” supporting the anti-Soviet Polish labor union, and Patti Smith, the Rolling Stones, The Beatles and The Sex Pistols. Wow!

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

 


Billings Public Library

510 North Broadway
Billings, MT

Billings Public Library, 510 North Broadway, exhibits paintings by Joseph Henry Sharp and a life mask of Apsaa’looke (Crow) Chief Plenty Coups.  Sharp lived for several months in a sheep wagon on the Crow Reservation while he painted landscapes. He likely knew Chief Plenty Coups. The library seeks to foster multicultural literacy and awareness by sharing these rarely seen items from its permanent collection.

Contact:  Courtney Lujan at BPL for more information.  406.657.8258.

 

 


Bishops Cuts/Color

108 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Bishops Cut/Color,  108 North Broadway, hosts Kelley Partridge during the October 4 ArtWalk.  Kelley works in a variety of mediums.  Recently, she’s focused her attention on creating colorful acrylic portraits of famous people, including Elvis, Marilyn Monroe, and Prince.  Her work has been described as “eye candy” during previous ArtWalk events.

T0 inquire about showing your art at Bishops during ArtWalk’s 25th Season, email: katryna.erb@bishops.co.


Brooke Moore

2700 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT

Brooke Moore will host a one-woman art show at 2700 – 2nd Avenue North, formerly home to North Acre Real Estate. “Triangulation” is an expression of Moore’s personal journey exploring and observing points of connection and contrast and conflict, both artistically and psychologically. Her plexiglass sculpture is installed on the building exterior’s south wall.


Cascading Colors Studio

2833 3rd Avenue North
Billings, MT

Cascading Color Studio, 2933 3rd Avenue North, Lower Level, is ArtWalk’s newest Season Member. Artist/Owner Nyd Kraushaar is one of several artists whose work was selected for the NxNW exhibit sponsored by Yellowstone Art Museum and Billings Cultural Partners.


Century 21 Hometown Brokers – Downtown

2715 1st Avenue North
Billings, MT

Century 21 Hometown Brokers, 2715 – 1st Avenue North, breaks into the ArtWalk scene with “Crooked Monstrosity,” by Bryce and Melissa Pedersen. Together, they have created a collection of “poorly painted monster portraits.” Always drawn to the strange, weird and quirky things in life, Bryce and Melissa collect funky objects that others may find ridiculous, but which they love.

Contact: Casey Miller by phone: 1.406.294.2121 or email:  caseymiller@gmail.com


CTA Architects Engineers

23 North 23rd Street
Billings, MT, United States

Virginia City artist Sheri Jarvis returns to the CTA for the October 4 ArtWalk.

Jarvis, known for her work with the Montana Arts Council and Leadership Montana, is an abstract landscape painter. She challenges viewers to question what they see in art, including edges, illumination, texture and the visual representation of conflict and compassion.

To inquire about showing your work at CTA, contact:
Brian Emmons, Graphic Designer
CTA Architects Engineers
23 North 23rd Street
Billings, MT 59101
406.248.7455
briane@ctagroup.com
www.ctagroup.com


Dickey’s BBQ

2519 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Dickey’s BBQ, 2519 Montana Avenue, welcomes back the Laurel High School Art and Culture Club for the October 4th ArtWalk. The Club appreciates the support of Dickey’s BBQ and the faith they’ve shown in high school program and the students’ dreams and endeavors.

For more information, contact:
Dickey’s BBQ
email: dickeysmt@gmail.com
phone: 406.690.1434


Downtown Billings Alliance (DBA)

116 North 29th Street
Billings, MT, United States

Downtown Billings Alliance Gallery, 116 North 29th Street, Suite A, welcomes “Uniquely Montana,” an exhibit by artists Meagan Boschert and Rilie Tane Zumbrennan on display through mid-November. Their rustic and contemporary works of art portray Montana’s vast landscape and many cultures through painting, photography and pyrography (wood burning).

The DBA Gallery is booked for the remainder of the 25th Season and April 2020.  To show your work in the 26th Season (beginning June 2020) contact Katy Easton, DBA Director:  keaston@downtownbillings.com. 

As of June 1, 2019, DBA is located at 116 North 29th Street, Suite A.


First Congregational Church Billings UCC

310 North 27th Street
Billings, MT, United States

First Congregational Church UCC, 310 North 27th Street, welcomes Elizabeth “Lizzie” Berns. Lizzie attends Skyview High School and studies dance and art. Sales proceeds from her exhibit will fund a school trip to France in 2020. Lizzie says that creating art reduces the stress of her academic load. She enjoys experimentation with a variety of mediums and tries to incorporate a sense of movement into her artwork.  Music by Charlie Smillie.

To inquire about showing your art at Billings First Congregational Church UCC, contact:

Edward Barta
edward2b@yahoo.com
406.780.9003


Free Spirit Rock School Band

113 North Broadway
Billings, MT

Musicians ages sixteen to sixty playing as the Free Spirit Rock School Band offer their renditions of popular blues, jazz and classic rock at Hooligan’s between 1st and 2nd Avenue North on North Broadway during every ArtWalk.

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


Gallery Nine

2501 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT

Gallery Nine • connie dillon fine art, 2501 Montana Avenue #9, presents “FALL In Love With Art” for the October 4 ArtWalk. This collection of paintings environment as we transition into our cooler seasons. Gallery Nine offers a selection of cards, notebooks, journals and other small gift items.

Can’t make it to ArtWalk? Visit www.conniedillonphotography.com

 


Global Village

2720 3rd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Global Village 2720 3rd Avenue North, showcases an exhibit of welded art pieces by Jennifer Tolton entitled “Steel Garden.” Inspired by her ranch life as a youngster and her backyard garden in Billings’ North Elevation Historic District, Jennifer says her welded pieces keep her garden blooming all year long.  Jennifer also created one of the Sculptures under Skypoint, located at the intersection of North Broadway and 2nd Avenue North.

On a daily basis, Global Village features clothing, personal care items, music, fair trade coffee and other items created by women in developing countries.

Contact:

Janese Carstens, Manager, phone: 406.259.3024
globalvillage@montana.net
facebook.com/globalvillagebillings


Harry Koyama Fine Art

2509 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Harry Koyama Fine Art, 2509 Montana Avenue, is the working studio and gallery of Harry Koyama. Most widely known for his impressionist style, Koyama has found recent success with more abstract creations. His work is in private collections nationally and internationally. 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


High Plains Women’s Museum

207 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

High Plains Women’s Museum, 207 North Broadway, focuses on women and families who have lived on the High Plains.  It hosts Rabbit Knows Gun, well-known Crow artist for the October ArtWalk. His traditional art is painted on canvas or animal hide.

If you are interested in the High Plains Women’s Museum as a place to exhibit your artwork during ArtWalk, contact:

Eileen Morris
406.861.4602
emorrismt@aol.com
High Plains Women’s Museum
POB 1604
Billings, MT 59103


Jake’s Downtown

2710 1st Avenue North
Billings, MT

Jake’s Downtown, 2701 First Avenue North, welcomes local artists who work in a variety of mediums during each ArtWalk event.  Works are displayed in the ornate, historic lobby of the Grand Hotel, which was known as the “Hotel General Custer” during the 1950s and 60s. 

October ArtWalk features glass etchings and engravings by J.D. Witcher, plus works by returning artists John Cooper and Kerry Munari Kaiser. 

Contact: Alex Bolin

406.259.9375

info@jakesdt@gmail.com
Facebook.com/jakesdowntown

www.jakesdt.com

 

 


Kinetic Marketing

117 North Broadway
Billings, MT

Kinetic Marketing Group, 117 North Broadway, presents a multi-media exhibit by its Creative Director, Josh Wirth. The exhibit includes Wirth’s photographs and digital artwork, plus time lapse videos that reveal his artistic process. Welcome to the ArtWalk!

Contact:
Kendra Porello
Kinetic Marketing
117 No. Broadway
Billings, MT 59101
406-534-2140
info@kineticmc.com


Kirks Grocery

2920 Minnesota Avenue
Billings, MT

Kirks Grocery, 2920 Minnesota Avenue, presents work by several artists for its October ArtWalk event. A Terry Karson Commons installation is on view, plus there are new works by Rossco, Marla Goodman, Margaret Smith, Renee Audette, Shane de Leon, Stella Zell, Jon Lodge, Stephen Glueckert. Also showing are older works by James Todd and American Folk Artist icon, Howard Finster.

Contact Shane de Leon by email:  missmassivesnowflake@gmail.com to inquire about Kirks Grocery.


Liberty & Vine Country Store

2019 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT

Liberty and Vine Country Store, 2019 Montana Avenue, hosts Beau Malia, a born and raised Montana man, with a passion for old and rusty. Malia creates sculpture, furniture, yard art and wall pieces with scraps and relics. Ample parking on the east end of Montana Avenue. 

Contact:
Amy Pawlowski
Liberty and Vine
2019 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT 59101
libertyandvine@yahoo.com
406.698.5636


Mann Mortgage

2511 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Mann Mortgage, 2511 Montana Avenue, hosts award-winning Billings artist, Karen Tanner. Tanner’s imagination is sparked by her zest for life and fueled by her life-long discipline to her mediums. Her “Weightless” series includes thoughtful, contemporary narratives of water and sky drawn from her deep connections to Montana.

To show your work at Mann Mortgage during the 25th Anniversary ArtWalk Season, 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, shows the photography of Darryl Asher and Sandra Speakerworth, plus jewelry by Allison Martin during the October ArtWalk. Asher’s work is created by combining instant film with digital images. The resulting photographs have a nostalgic, dream-like, grainy quality, as opposed to perfect digital imagery. So original and interesting!

McCormick Cafe is “where the locals eat” and where area artists like to show their work against the backdrop of the building’s historic brick walls and tin ceilings.

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


Montana Gallery

2710 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Montana Gallery features the work of Tyler Murphy, Coila Evans, and a cadre of plein air artists from across the west. Together, they are  the “young guns” of the contemporary west art scene.

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


OSL Design

116 North 29th Street
Billings, MT

 

OSL Studio, 116 North 29th Street Suite B, presents “Colors of the Season,” a special October 4th ArtWalk exhibit featuring gallery artists from Terakedis Fine Art and Jewelry Gallery.  Their work highlights the warmth and beauty of autumn in the Rocky Mountains.

Contact Lauri Patterson (lpatterson@onesourcelighting.com) or Zack Terakedis (zack@terakedisfineart.com) for more information.


Sandstone Gallery

2913 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Sandstone Gallery, 2913 2nd Avenue North, marks its 19th Anniversary during Autumn ArtWalk. Member artists featured are Madelein Bladow and Maria Isabel Bonilla. Guest artist is Matt Berg. Zonta Club of Billings sells handmade mugs by Cassie Kramer and other items to support its 100th Anniversary activities. Plus a Silent Auction by gallery member/artists.

For more information about Sandstone Gallery, contact:
Jennifer Baretta. Email: jenbaretta@icloud.com.
www.sandstonegallery.org
Facebook.com/sandstonegallery


Sculptures Under Skypoint

2nd Avenue North and North Broadway

There are now three metal sculptures under Skypoint at the intersection of 2nd Avenue North and North Broadway. “Grasslands,” by Jennifer Tolton is on the northeast corner of Skypoint. It joins Brian Keith Scott’s sculpture, “Shadow Whisper (brought to you by incognito),” on the southwest corner of Skypoint. Sherri Cornett’s sculpture on the southeast corner was recently added. These art pieces are part of the Public Art Program of the Downtown Billings Alliance.

If you or someone you know is interested in exhibiting a public art piece in downtown Billings, contact: Molly Schiltz, mollys@downtownbillings.com.


Stapleton Gallery

104 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Stapleton Gallery, 104 North Broadway, hosts an “Autumnal Celebration”  featuring work by Amber Jean, Audrey Hall, Ben Pease, Jenny Booth, Jennifer Eli French, Jennifer Li, Judd Thompson, Kaetlyn Able, Kevin Red Star, Mike Clark, Morgan Irons, and Shawn Rivett.

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


Stephen Haraden Studio & Gallery

2911 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Stephen Haraden Studio and Gallery, 2911 2nd Avenue North, #235,  presents new,  vivid figurative works by Stephen Haraden that incorporate collaged pieces from earlier paintings.  Stephen is always on hand to answer questions and talk art.


Terakedis Fine Art and Jewelry Gallery

112 N Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Terakedis Fine Art, 112 North Broadway, hosts a juried benefit exhibit for the Audubon Center located near Norm’s Island and the Yellowstone River. “Space and Species” includes works by 30 local and regional guest artists that celebrate birds, their habitat and the interactions with humans.

For more information, contact Zack Terakedis.


The Joy of Living (downtown)

103 North Broadway
Billings, MT

Joy of Living, 102 North Broadway, features colorful, unique and irresistible artisan jewelry and specialty gift items.  During ArtWalk events, it features small works by local and regional artists..

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


The Post @ Billings Depot

2404 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT

The Post @Billings Depot, 2404 Montana Avenue, hosts a “pop-up” art, home and gift market featuring multiple vendors. Curated by Janette McGovern, the “pop up” sells inspirational gifts, original art, home decor and jewelry. “Pop in” during its October 4 opening during ArtWalk or come by through October 30th.

 


This House of Books

224 North Broadway
Billings, MT

This House of Books, 224 North Broadway, welcomes Elley Swan, a self-described and self-taught “creative.” Elley sees every art piece she makes as a chance to challenge herself. Her style is vibrant, deliberate and bold, yet soft, reminding us that as humans, we are strong and vulnerable at the same time.

To inquire about showing your work at This House of Books during ArtWalk, call: 406-534-1133.


Toad N Willow

118 North 29th Street
Billings, MT

Toad N Willow, 118 North 29th Street, invites guest artists to exhibit their work at each ArtWalk event.  Original artwork is displayed in the design studio alongside fabulous home furnishings.  .

October ArtWalk features a joint exhibit of watercolors by Jessica Brophy and  works by Whitney Urbaniak.

Jessica is a Montana girl who grew up training horses, raising chickens, and painting. After high school, Los Angeles, California came calling and she explored city life and her love of design.  While there, Free Indeed Art was born.  She’s been creating custom fine art pieces ever since.

Whitney is a visual artist and sculptor who favors equine imagery set against the landscape and and presented in the context of time and evolution.  She has exhibited her work across the United States.  This is her first ArtWalk appearance.

Contact:  April Mettler by email:  april@toadnwillow.com or phone:  406.294.6040.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Toucan Gallery

2505 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Toucan Gallery, 2505 Montana Avenue, known as the “birthplace of the Billings ArtWalk, ”  features an eclectic array of original art and gift items by local and regional artists.  For October ArtWalk, it hosts an exhibit of handcrafted leather masks that will allow you to hide from vengeful or tricky spirits on All Hallow’s Eve.

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


Well-Pared Juice Bar and Eatery

2710 1st Avenue North
Billings, MT

Well-Pared collaborates with artist Janelle DeBray for the October ArtWalk.  Well-Pared will offer healthy snacks and beverages and reveals its Autumn menu.  Janelle will be on-hand to talk about her colorful, vibrant watercolors and her unusual techniques.

Contact Well-Pared via email:  connect@wellpared.com


Western Heritage Center

2822 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT

Western Heritage Center, 2822 Montana Avenue, opens its newest exhibit, “VietNam Voices.”  The exhibit is a compilation of first hand accounts from over 80 local VietNam War veterans, plus photographs and artifacts, during the October 4 ArtWalk. Free admission. 


Wise Wonders Children’s Museum

112 North 29th Street
Billings, MT

Wise Wonders, 110 North 29th Street, invites ArtWalk attendees of all ages to stop by and experience ArtWalk from a child’s perspective.  Family friendly. 

For more information, contact: Pete Bolenbaugh, Executive Director @ 1.406.702.1208 or at www.wisewonders.org, 110 No. 29th Street, Billings, MT  59101.