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Proof Donuts

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Essence Medical Spa

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Confetti Heart Studios

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Electric Storm Gallery

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Ceilon Aspensen Fine Art

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Hedden-Empire Gallery

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Billings Symphony Society

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Anderson Art Studio

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Century 21 Hometown Brokers – Downtown

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A&E Design

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Kirks’ Grocery

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This House of Books

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Bishops Cuts/Color

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Sculptures Under Skypoint

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Aspinwall Mountain Wear

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Tyler Murphy Studio

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Barjon’s Books

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Yellowstone Art Museum

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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

A&E Design

124 N 29th St
Billings, MT 59101

A&E Design, 124 N. 29th St. will be closed for the February ArtWalk


Anderson Art Studio

2706 Minnesota Avenue
Billings, MT

Anderson Art Studio, 2706 Minnesota Ave, will be featuring works by Keith Feely. With a wide array of works, we will feature Keith’s humorous works, sculptures and plein air paintings.  Laura will be having a “Big Sale”: including two murals and large paintings.

 

Contact:  Laura Marie Anderson

Email:  LauraMarieA@gmail.com

Phone:  406-794-9519

www.lauramarieanderson.com

Facebook @ Lauramarie.Anderson.7


Aspinwall Mountain Wear

103 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Aspinwall, 103 North Broadway, is back for the 2024 season. Aspinwall hosts Trevan Hiersche, Sean McCotter, and Jessica Brophy during the February ArtWalk.

Jessica Brophy does art differently. She makes custom art, which means she works one-on-one with each of her clients to create a painting or drawing around their style and what they love. Her pet portraits are wildly popular!

Enjoy FREE beer and local art. We’ll see you there!

 

406-702-1686
www.aspinwallmountainwear.com
@aspinwall


Asylum Distillery

2223 Montana Avenue #101
Billings, MT

Asylum Distillery, 2223 Montana Avenue #101 will be featuring artist Annie Kennedy for the February ArtWalk. Art has always been an important part of Ann’s life. The vulnerable act of creating is a visual depiction of a time and place specific to her experiences. Most, if not all the paintings exhibited have two to sixty-paintings underneath what you see. A death of one to birth anew.


Barjon’s Books

223 North 29th Street
Billings, MT, United States


Barjons Books, 223 North 29th Street, will be featuring artist Melissa Smith. Melissa explores archetypal themes, in particular the growth and potential for what comes after disaster. The Barjon’s reception also hosts a psychic fair including intuitive readers, as well as a menagerie of handcrafted gifts.

Phone: 406-252-4398
info@barjonsbooks.com
www.barjons.com
@barjons


Billings First Congregational Church

310 North 27th Street
Billings, MT, United States

Billings First Congregational Church (BFC), 310 North 27th Street, hosts Brocade Stops Black Eagle for the February ArtWalk.  Brocade Stops Black Eagle resides on the Crow Reservation where she worked as a registered nurse .  At a young age she was taught beading and she has been honing these skills for over 30 years.  Brocades beadwork is inspired by old Crow geometric designs and color palate.


Billings Symphony Society

2820 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT

Billings Symphony Society, 2820 2nd Avenue North, will be closed for the February ArtWalk.

 

billingssymphony.org
@billingssymphony


Bishops Cuts/Color

108 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Bishops Cuts/Color, 108 North Broadway, opens their doors for the December ArtWalk.

 

bishops.co/locations/billings-downtown/

 


Ceilon Aspensen Fine Art

113 North Broadway
Billings, MT

Ceilon Aspensen Fine Art, 113 North Broadway #406, will be showing new paintings, new framed archival prints, and new art notecards for the upcoming gift-giving season. She will also be featuring a full array of painting classes in the coming months–be one of the first 10 to sign up and receive a bonus! Join us for refreshments, festive beverages, and artful fun!

 

Email: artmaker@ceilon.com


Century 21 Hometown Brokers – Downtown

2715 1st Avenue North
Billings, MT

Century 21, 2715 1st Ave. N, hosts Seth Royal Kroft- Landscape/Wildlife Photographer. Seth Royal Kroft will be featuring a bold display of landscape and wildlife images captured from the Montana/Wyoming region. Images will include a variety of sizes and mediums including acrylic, metal, canvas and paper. Seth will be offering his 2024 photo calendars in support of local non-profit CLDI as well as a free print giveaway.”

 

 


Confetti Heart Studios

2821 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT

Confetti Heart Studios, 2821 2nd Avenue North, welcomes you to “Hello, I Love You”. Immerse yourself as colors dance, vibes flow, and art speaks a language only the heart can decipher. 

Explore diverse creativity at our upcoming group show, where local artists unveil unique styles, promising an engaging experience.

 


Cushing Terrell

13 North 23rd Street
Billings, MT

Cushing Terrell (formerly CTA Architects Engineers) 13 N 23rd Street, is hosting Jim Baken, local artist, and professor emeritus of Rocky Mountain College for the February ArtWalk. Jim’s “Dolittlism is conceptual in Nature and can be found in the woods where science and art come together.

“Mona Lisa Fascinates” is one of several of Jim’s “interspecies collaborations” on display. He will share both print and large canvas works throughout the main floor of the Cushing Terrell office building, constructed in 1919 as a warehouse for the Marshall-Wells Company. Light refreshments will be served. We hope to see you there!

 

Jim Baken Artist Statement:

As a kid growing up in Red Lodge, Montana next door to the See ‘Em Alive Zoo, I developed a serious affection for animals.  Several times my brothers and I had to be told  “stay out of the elk pen.” An outdoor exhibition in the mid 90’s resulted in a shy deer approaching to view the show.  I was THUNDERSTRUCK, seeing her observe art ‘as if her life depended on it!’   She set the bar high.  I’ve been showing art to animals in remote locations … mainly out of curiosity.  “What do they see?  Human figures?  Faces?  Eyes?  Or flat surfaces covered with colors?”  It is well known that St. Francis, out of love and respect, preached to the birds in the 1200’s.  German Expressionists, Franz Marc and Wassily Kandinsky, painted and thought highly of animals and the German artist Joseph Beuys recognized animals’ superiority.  All of these influences inspire me as I move forward with this experimental endeavor I call Dolittlism. 

 


Downtown Billings Alliance (DBA)

116 North 29th Street
Billings, MT, United States

Artist and art educator Lacie Tucker will be exhibiting at Downtown Billings Alliance. Tucker will be showcasing her bold lined and expressively chromatic series inspired by plants, flowers, and still lifes. Affordable art for sale and light refreshments provided.”

Lacie Tucker was born and raised in Big Sky Country. Currently, Tucker is the art teacher for Elysian school, teaching a range of students from kindergarten to 8th grade. Fueled by her great love for education and a passion for art. Most of her studio practice is inspired by her students’ playfulness and willingness to experiment in material and technique. Typically using painting, printmaking, and installations as her vehicle of communication. She also practices and on rare occasions performs in both movement arts of belly dance and poi.

Her love of Pop Art shines through her current series as Tucker uses still lifes of flowers and plants as a jumping off point. She experiments with bold colors and thick gestural lines. The graphic style dances a line between abstract and naturalistic as well as iconic and observation. Tucker uses her bold lined and expressively chromatic series to show a new perspective on still lifes and objects around us.

When not in the studio, you can find Lacie creating lessons for her students, cooking for her husband and loved ones, taking on commissions, and traveling all while continuing to paint and dance along the way.

406-294-5060
downtownbillings.com
@downtownbillings_
info@downtownbillings.com


Electric Storm Gallery

405 North 24th Street
Billings, MT

Electric Storm Gallery, 405 N 24th St, is celebrating one year anniversary featuring artists Taylor Evans, Marcello Cotten, Terri Porta, Karyn Mehus, Jane Waggoner Deschner, Jon Lodge, Emily Somoskey, Carolyn Martin Kennedy, Kiyomi Eto, Phil Bell, Jon McElyea,  and Chaucer Silverson, with music by Locha and treats by Sweetwater Café.

 


Essence Medical Spa

2202 1st Avenue North suite 1
Billings, MT

Essence Medical Spa, 2202 1st Avenue N. Suite 1, is pleased to be hosting local artist Terry Porta on February 2nd for the Downtown Art Walk with live music by Dylan Wiebe. We will be offering refreshments and hors-d’oeuvres. We look forward to sharing Terri, her art work with you, and answering any questions you have about the services we offer at our business.  

 

Terri Porta is a painter, muralist, and contemporary sculptor working in metal, wood, ceramics, and any other material readily available. She graduated from Montana State University Billings with her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and a women’s study minor. She has an established art business and her fine art is collected internationally and has been exhibited at group shows and in museums all over the region. Currently, she has been selected as the first-ever Artist in Residence for the City of Billings, Montana, the largest city in the state. 
Her murals can be seen all over the city including the City Hall Parking garage in downtown Billings, Montana

 

Her art can be seen and purchased at electric storm gallery. 

 

“French Lover” Acrylic on Canvas This abstract expressionist painting is full of vibrancy and vivid emotions from my 6 -week residency in Orqueveaux France. The emotions of its graceful hills, the landscape, and the beautiful artists I knew there, so moved me that I went up into my atelier with love on my mind. Color and life were breathing into every brushed movement… it’s as if my life and heart were joined in the same heavenly place all at once.”

“French Lover” Acrylic on Canvas This abstract expressionist painting is full of vibrancy and vivid emotions from my 6 -week residency in Orqueveaux France. The emotions of its graceful hills, the landscape, and the beautiful artists I knew there, so moved me that I went up into my atelier with love on my mind. Color and life were breathing into every brushed movement… it’s as if my life and heart were joined in the same heavenly place all at once.”


Global Village

2815 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT

Global Village, 2815 2nd Avenue North, is featuring Tyrel Johnson and Christine Kimball during the February ArtWalk

 

Tyrel Johnson

The youngest of 16, Tyrel Johnson grew up watching his father and siblings sculpt and working on castings at his father’s foundry. His destiny as a maker now plays out in bronze, stone, and wood in his studio in Billings, Montana. Whether he’s sculpting a life-size lynx or a miniscule kingfisher, a sense of story informs his precise and poetic designs. Undivided Love portrays a horse nuzzling a girl; Gratitude, a buffalo humbly accepting the thankfulness of a Native American woman draped in his robe; Continuance of Action, a Shire horse making slow incremental progress pulling his load. “I want my work to reach the viewer in a meaningful way, to fulfill a positive purpose in their home,” Johnson says.

Tyrel Johnson is an artist who has united his passion for sculpture and his love of woodworking to create artwork that is rich with design. His contemporary use of wood paired with a traditional approach to sculpture have limitless potential. It is his love for people that give his works their heart.

 

Christine Kimball

I am Christine Kimball; an oil painter sprung from a childhood with a painter mother and my past exploring far flung volcanoes and landscapes as a geologist.  My travels led me to a love of simplicity and a deep appreciation for value, tone, and light.  My paintings highlight this.  Grassy plains, grazing herds, unexpected findings, and the doorways that lead to places only the viewer can imagine, are some of my subjects.  I have built my home and my family in rural Montana, a gorgeous place informing much of my work.  My paintings are grounded in both realism and whimsy and allow me the freedom to explore from within and to share my vision of the world.

 


Global Village is a nonprofit dedicated to the support of the world’s low income artisans and farmers through the operation of a Fair Trade retail store and educational activities that promote the values of Fair Trade, tolerance, and cultural appreciation. We bring local access to global impact by caring items handmade by artisans, in developing areas of the world, who working their way out of poverty.

 

 


Harry Koyama Fine Art

2509 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

Harry Koyama Fine Art, 2509 Montana Ave, will be open for the winter Artwalk.  On display will be recent paintings and newer giclee prints.  For information: 406-259-2261 email harrykoyamafineart@gmail.com

406-259-2261
www.harrykoyama.com
@HarryKoyama


Hedden-Empire Gallery

206 North 29th Street
Billings, MT

Hedden-Empire Gallery is back for the 2024 ArtWalk season.

Hedden Empire Building
carla@oldsoldier.org
(406) 818-0200


Kennedy’s Stained Glass

2923 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Kennedy Stained Glass, 2409 2nd Avenue North will be open for the December ArtWalk. Come Check out the beautiful stained glass window and ornaments that may still be available at Kennedy’s Stained Glass. Also, new free-standing small stained glass trees.  Amazing art glass!

 

 

406.245.3788
www.kennedysstainedglass.com


Kirks’ Grocery

2920 Minnesota Avenue
Billings, MT

Kirks’ Grocery, 2920 Minnesota Avenue, hosts the opening of Reformations: Jane Waggoner Deschner & Maggy Rozycki Hiltner. Reformations will be on exhibit February 2 – March 23, 2024

Jane Waggoner Deschner‘s new work utilizes archival prints of scanned photos to make multiple interpretations of an image. Maggy Rozycki Hiltner will be showing large-scale photographs on wood of transitory wig and fur assemblages, plus a cabinet of curiosities of stitched and assembled works.

kriksgrocery.com
@kirksgrocery


McCormick Cafe

2419 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

McCormick Cafe, 2419 Montana Ave, is back for the 2024 season. 

www.mccormickcafe.com
@McCormickCafe


Proof Donuts

Proof Donuts & Coffee
1st Avenue North, Billings, MT

Proof Donuts, 2715 1st Ave N Suite A, joins the the 2024 season and features Mark Ager. Our small space is decorated with various donut art, including a custom painting from local artist Abbi Waters. We try to emulate what we think a hole in the wall donut shop needs to feel like in downtown Billings. Small, quaint, and comfortable with a 5 seat long table next to our 3 bay window that allows our guests to “people watch” as they enjoy our gourmet donut and coffee selection. A great stop and go shop for the hustle and bustle of downtown city life

Mark Ager 

“My art work is inspired by the street art, tattoos and modern design. I like to experiment with images that bring an element of energy and entertainment. As an artist I like to use my own time to enjoy our skatepark to manifest what I sit down to the canvas and create. I also help out around town and that’s where I believe that art is a love letter for the soul so being apart of the community as an artist I’m extremely grateful for the opportunities I get to share my passion and work.”


Sandstone Gallery

2913 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Sandstone Gallery,  2913 2nd Avenue North. Sandstone Gallery welcomes its newest partner member and featured artist John Roberts with his wonderful acrylic landscapes. Special Guest is watercolor artist, Susan Nelson. Many of the 14 member artists will be on hand to talk about their work. Refreshments from 5-9 PM.


Sculptures Under Skypoint

2nd Avenue North and North Broadway

Skypoint in downtown Billings is above the intersection of  2nd Avenue North and North Broadway.  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


Stephen Haraden Studio & Gallery

2911 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Stephen Haraden Studio and Gallery, 2911 2nd Avenue North, Suite 235. features the works for owner/artist Stephen Haraden  Cardboard collages, paintings of barns, nudes , and “Squaralisms” as well as non-objective pieces all need to find new homes.

 

 


The Grand Building (Jake’s Downtown)

2701 1st Avenue North
Billings, MT

The Grand Building (Jake’s Downtown), 2701 1st Avenue North, is joining ArtWalk for the 2024 season and will be featuring muralist Rilie Zumbrennen.

Rilie Zumbrennen is a pyrography and mural artist, wife, and mother living in Billings, Montana. Born and raised in Montana, Rilie is influenced by the beauty of the outdoors. She enjoys painting and burning animals and landscapes most. She uses a soldering tool to burn onto wood, as well as into western hats and fedoras. Her murals can be found across the state of Montana and in Nevada. They commonly use natural tones to reflect the nature around us, and to resemble her wood burnings. As an artist, she is interested in creating works that allow viewers to relate to the same extent as her involvement in each piece.


Thirsty Street Brewing

2123 1st Ave N
Billings, MT

Thirsty Street, 2123 1st Ave N, is joining as a new season member for the 2024 season and featuring Ruby Hahn, Resin8us by Chelsea Pirtz, Veronica Candle Co., and Mill Iron Creations.

Ruby Hahn will be performing a live painting alongside jazzy tunes performed by Mordecai’s Fever Dream (around 7pm). Ruby will also show numerous pieces of her vibrant abstract and wildlife inspired paintings. 

Resin8us by Chelsea Pirtz, is showing intricate decorative cow skulls, plus handmade sun catchers and funky shiny resin jewelry that will make you shine.  

Sign up for a Massage oil candle making class!  The Veronica Candle Co. massage oil candle is a blend of shea butter + soy wax that is safe + nourishing for your skin. Use it on yourself, or your partner for massage.  All ingredients are natural and safe for your body. Choose from a variation of scents and fill your own cement vessel massage oil candle. All materials are provided + a drink from Thirsty Street.

Mill Iron Creations- Master craftsman Mitch Hayes enjoys designing unique items from reclaimed woods.

 


This House of Books

116 North Broadway no 224
Billings, MT

This House of Books will be hosting a dual-artist show, featuring Deb Goffena’s bird feeders and mosaics utilizing found objects and Hank Fuller’s paintings, archival prints, and art magnets.


Tyler Murphy Studio

111 North 30th Street
Billings, MT

Tyler Murphy Studio, 111 N. 30th Suite 217, will be opening his studio and showcasing pieces from the 30 Day painting challenge (one painting per day for 30 days). Tyler Murphy has participated in this 30 day challenge the last couple of years, and this time with the hope to highlight the beauty of Billings itself. Tyler is attempting to capture scenes from the Rims overlooking the Magic City, families sledding at Pioneer Park, and the streets of Billings so many of us commute on.

 


Yellowstone Art Museum

401 North 27th Street
Billings, MT, United States

Join us at the YAM on Friday, February 2nd to kick off the festivities for the 60th Anniversary Art Auction! We will celebrate the artists in this year’s exhibition with live music from the Jessica Fiveland Quartet, dancing, Quick Finish Artists, food and drink, and more! The Art Auction Opening Artist Party coincides with First Friday and ArtWalk in downtown Billings, and will be FREE and open to the public.

 

 

 


For more information about ArtWalk at the YAM, contact:

Nickolas Olson, Marketing Director
marketing@artmuseum.org
406-256-6904 x 224