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Century 21 Hometown Brokers – Downtown

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Wise Wonders Children’s Museum

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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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The Joy of Living (downtown)

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Jake’s Downtown

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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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Cushing Terrell

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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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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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Billings First Congregational Church

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Downtown Billings Alliance (DBA)

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The Galleries

Aspinwall

103 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Aspinwall,103 North Broadway, welcomes landscape photographers Trevan Hiersche and Sean McCotter and animal portrait artist, Jessica Brophy, during the 2020 ArtWalk season.

 

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, showcases work by returning artists, Mana Lesman and James Seward. Lesman’s work includes graphic, surrealistic oil paintings created over the last 13 years. Seward’s watercolors are inspired by Oriental art.

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

 


Billings First Congregational Church

310 North 27th Street
Billings, MT, United States

Quest, the gifted and talented program for 3rd-5th graders from Billings elementary schools, was the invited guest for the April 3rd ArtWalk at Billings First Church (UCC). While the April event is cancelled, we hope to see Quest student artwork at a later date. Created from re-purposed waste, their exhibit is intended to inform us about ways we can be more intentional in our habits and co-exist more peacefully within Billings’ bio-region.

Billings First Church will not be open during the April 3rd ArtWalk.  To inquire about showing your art at Billings First Congregational Church, contact:

Edward Barta
edward2b@yahoo.com
406.780.9003


Bishops Cuts/Color

108 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Bishops Cuts/Color, 108 North Broadway, welcomes photographer Sonya Marie for her ArtWalk debut.  .

T0 inquire about showing your art at Bishops during ArtWalk’s 2020 Season, email: katryna.erb@bishops.co.


Century 21 Hometown Brokers – Downtown

2715 1st Avenue North
Billings, MT

Century 21 Hometown Brokers, 2715 – 1st Avenue North, features photographer Brandie Stordahl. She has an eye for Montana landscapes, be they farms, industral sites or prairie vistas. Brandie is excited for her ArtWalk debut in the community she calls home.

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


Cushing Terrell

23 North 23rd Street
Billings, MT, United States

Cushing Terrell (formerly CTA Architects Engineers) 13 North 23rd Street, features a two women potters from Billings who find inspiration in various natural elements and focus on functional pieces. Melinda Maurisak began her pottery journey in a SD2 Night Owl class and hasn’t quit. Tana Patterson has been making and teaching ceramics and art for three decades. 

To inquire about showing your work, contact:
Brian Emmons, Graphic Designer
Cushing Terrell

13 North 23rd Street
Billings, MT 59101
406.248.7455
BrianEmmons@cushingterrell.com

www.cushingterrell.com 


Dickey’s BBQ

2519 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Dickey’s BBQ, 2519 Montana Avenue, welcomes Megan Senn to Winter ArtWalk.  Senn works with bold colors and texture in her art pieces.  At Dickey’s the “art smells delicious.”

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 Elley Swan who will exhibit pieces from her “Hooves – Fins – Feathers” collection. Elley writes, “ Imagine life in perfectly round dots composed in an array of vivid colors…like a pin pricked evening sky, precipitating a massive expansion of dots!”

To show your work at the DBA Gallery during the 26th Season (beginning February 2020) contact Katy Easton:  keaston@downtownbillings.com or 294-5060. 


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


Global Village

2720 3rd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Global Village 2720 3rd Avenue North, welcomes mosaic artist, Barb Bryan. Her whimsical, colorful concoctions of broken dishes, knick knacks, discarded glass, and river rocks have been re-purposed to create wall pieces, gazing galls, doorstops and paperweights. PIeces include delightful fish, dragonflies, birds and flowers.

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, is closed for Winter ArtWalk. 

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 Gallery is closed for the April 3rd ArtWalk. When ArtWalk resumes, three new artists: Allison French, Chad Ager, and Emily Davidson and returning artist Kerry Munari Kaiser will be featured. The gallery is located in the lobby of the Grand building on 2nd Avenue North and North 27th Street.

 

 

 


Kennedy’s Stained Glass

2923 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Kennedy’s Stained Glass, 2923 2nd Avenue North, Billings’ premier stained glass studio, showcases lovely fused glass for your Valentine or your best friends. At Kennedy’s, there’s always something new to see. Stop by and enjoy the “eye candy” created especially for Winter ArtWalk.

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


Kirks Grocery

2920 Minnesota Avenue
Billings, MT

Kirks Grocery, 2920 Minnesota Avenue, presents two exhibits. MIXX, a regional artists group that first exhibited in 2007. Current members include Jane Waggoner Deschner, Mark Earnhart, Lillie Grace, Jodi Lightner, Tracy Linder, Jon Lodge, Gordon McConnell, Neltje, Keeara Rhoades, and Patrick Smith.

Ellen Kuntz’ exhibit “This is Women’s Work” examines the confrontation of trauma using embroidery and textile arts. Kuntz’ works are not precise and orderly in a traditional way. Instead, they are irregular and chaotic as they reflect the nature of the healing process, i.e. the ripping out and the piecing together of one’s new self.

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


Laura Marie Anderson Studio

2706 Minnesota Avenue
Billings, MT

Anderson Art Studio, 2706 Minnesota Avenue.  Keith J. Feeley dabbled in art classes at MSU Billings before heading to Alaska in the mid 1970s. There, his work in the oil fields and outdoor guiding inspired his paintings of adventurous mishaps bearing funny, tongue-in- cheek titles. After a subsequent stint in Washington, D.C., he’s come full circle, back to Billings, where he continues to camp and fish with his art supplies close at hand. Feeley’s work will be at Anderson Art Studio, 2706 Minnesota Avenue for the June 5th ArtWalk.

Contact: 

Laura Marie Anderson

Email:  LauraMarieA@gmail.com

Phone:  406-794-9519

www.lauramarieanderson.com

Facebook @ Lauramarie.Anderson.7


McCormick Cafe

2419 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

McCormick Cafe, 2419 Montana Avenue, hosts Justin Dowler, who is best known for his abstract, colorful horses and other animals that seem to leap off the canvas.

Contact: Charli Perry (charlip@cu.net or 406.255.9555) to book McCormick Cafe as an exhibit location for 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 other young artists from across the west. Together, they are  the “young guns” of the contemporary western art scene.

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


Sandstone Gallery

2913 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Sandstone Gallery, 2913 2nd Avenue North, features new work by Donna Moore and Jennifer Baretta and Billings Art Association’s annual group show. Check out Sandstone’s recent interior facelift (wow!) and pick up a canvas for the 2nd Annual Spring Art Challenge planned for the April 3rd ArtWalk.

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 three public art sculptures installed under Skypoint in downtown Billings at the intersection of  2nd Avenue North and North Broadway.  Each artist lives in Billings.  The sculptures were funded by the Downtown Billings Alliance and “Space to Place” grants from the Big Sky Economic Development Authority.  

They include:  

“Grasslands” by Jennifer Tolton

“Thicket” by Sherri Cornett

“Shadow Whisper (brought to you by Incognito]” by Brian Keith contact: Molly Schiltz, m


Stapleton Gallery

104 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Stapleton Gallery, 104 North Broadway 2nd floor, is closed for Winter ArtWalk. 

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 Ave. No. #235.  In addition to pieces cut from previous paintings, artist Stephen Haraden  incorporates handmade Rorschach ink blots into new figurative works using collage techniques. Stop by and decide whether you see a frog or butterfly.  The Studio will be closed on April 3.  Stephen looks forward to seeing you on the June 5 ArtWalk.  

Contact Stephen Haraden via email:  shara@bresnan.net.


Terakedis Fine Art and Jewelry Gallery

112 N Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Terakedis Fine Art and Jewelry Gallery, 112 North Broadway, celebrates the wide range of talent in our community in an exhibit entitled “Yellowstone Country.”  Artists included are Tyrel Johnson, Marcia Selsor, Robert Tompkins, James Poulson, Lori Blaylock, James K. Vincent, Abraham Quintus, Arianne Coleman and Cindy Lou Smith. Live painting and sculpting on site during the evening!

For more information:

Contact Zack Terakedis via email:  zack@terakedisfineart.com


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. Winter ArtWalk 2020 highlights Daphne Lorna jewelry handmade by sisters Daphne (from Bonner, Montana) and Lorna (from Atlanta, Georgia). Their artsy jewelry combines Montana outdoor casual with big city chic.

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


This House of Books

224 North Broadway
Billings, MT

This House of Books, 224 North Broadway, welcomes Cassy Crafton of 504 Square Feet. Cassy will have an ample supply of mugs, wine cups and other functional pieces, some featuring her animal series, “Murder of Crows.”

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


Toucan Gallery

2505 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Toucan Gallery, 2505 Montana Avenue, the “birthplace” of the Billings ArtWalk, hosts a pop-up show of Spencer Gallagher’s whimsical illustrations.  Gallagher and his work were part of the 2019 Back Alley Art Festival.

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


Western Heritage Center

2822 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT

Western Heritage Center, 2822 Montana Avenue, features “Saints & Sinners” featuring the extraordinary lives of ten Montana women who lived in the 1800s and 1900s.   One of the women featured is Ethel Hays Simms, a talented, witty and fashionable nationally syndicated cartoonist and illustrator.

Contact:  Lauren Hunley, Community Historian

lauren@ywhc.org

406-256-6809.


Wise Wonders Children’s Museum

3020 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT

Wise Wonders,  3020 2nd Avenue North  celebrates Winter ArtWalk with snow-making and a snow sculpture activity for all ages.   

Located in the former Good Earth Market. Easy parking.  Open early + an Ebon Coffee Bar.  

For more information, contact: Pete Bolenbaugh, Executive Director @ 1.406.702.1208 or at www.wisewonders.org,