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Zest Kitchen Supply Store

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Rocket Gourmet Wraps and Sodas

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Ceilon Aspensen Art

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Hedden-Empire Building

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Native American Development Corporation (NADC)

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Inkredible Art Productions

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Billings Symphony Society

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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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Bishops Cuts/Color

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Sculptures Under Skypoint

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Montana Gallery

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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

Aspinwall

103 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Aspinwall, 103 North Broadway, features returning artists Jessica Brophy and Sean McCotter.  Brophy is known for her custom animal portraits that capture adoring faces and beloved personalities. McCotter paints western landscapes and scenery using traditional methods and styles.

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


Barjon’s Books

223 North 29th Street
Billings, MT, United States

 

Barjons Books, 223 North 29th Street, will host a murder of crows and a conspiracy of ravens by Karyn Dunbar. Dunbar considers the crows and ravens to be her artistic spirit guides.  She finds them mystical and their presence allows her to create visual parables.

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

Billings First Congregational Church (BFC), 310 North 27th Street, celebrates June as PRIDE MONTH and hosts selected artists and their work.

Contact: Edward Barta
edward2b@yahoo.com
406.780.9003

Billings Symphony Society

2820 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT

Billings  Symphony Society, 2820 – 2nd Avenue North, unveils the newest public art piece in downtown Billings during the Spring ArtWalk. Muralist and artist Elley Swan recently completed a 60-foot long mural on the south-facing wall of the Billings Symphony’s building. She’ll display her paintings in the Symphony office and be on hand to discuss her other murals across the city. Also showing and selling art work are members of the MSU-B Students’ Art League.   

For more information, contact Anna Paige, Director of Marketing and Development, 406-294-3712 or anna@billingssymphony.org.


Bishops Cuts/Color

108 North Broadway
Billings, MT, United States

Bishops Cuts/Color, 108 North Broadway, will be closed for the June 3rd ArtWalk. 

Contact:  Cordell at 406-534-4774 or billingsdowntown13@bishops.co.

 


Ceilon Aspensen Art

113 North Broadway
Billings, MT

Ceilon Aspensen Art, 113 North Broadway, #406 (above the Montana Brewing Company), a new Season Member of ArtWalk, presents new  work by the artist/owner.  Aspensen is the Laurel High School art teacher.  Recently, she received her doctorate in American Studies from from Montana State University-Bozeman. She loves Billings and was featured in a Billings Gazette story on March 18, 2022.

113 North Broadway #406 (Take the elevator in the Montana Power building entrance)

(406) 551-0907 or 587-8822
www.ceilon.com
artmaker@ceilon.com


Downtown Billings Alliance (DBA)

116 North 29th Street
Billings, MT, United States

Downtown Billings Alliance (DBA), 116 North 29th Street, hosts art students from Billings West High School for the June 3rd ArtWalk.   The exhibit will remain on view through July 2022 during regular business hours at DBA.  

Contact:  Lexie Mann

Downtown Billings Alliance
116 North 29th Street
406-294-5060
frontdesk@downtownbillings.com


Global Village

2815 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT

Global Village, 2815 Second Avenue North, has partnered with Crooked Line Studio to bring you a chance to paint rocks during the June 3rd ArtWalk.  All supplies provided and artists of all ages and abilities are invited.  When you need a break and the kiddos are restless, head over to Global Village on the Skypoint Loop!

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 open for the June 3rd  ArtWalk. Harry’s vibrant impressionist paintings of moose, grizzly bears, cougars have brought him international acclaim.  Find more information about Harry at www.harrykoyama.com and on artwalkbillings.com/home under the Historic Loop.

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


Hedden-Empire Building

206 North 29th Street
Billings, MT

Hedden Empire Gallery, 206 North 29th Street, is excited to welcome Willis Johnson and his wildlife sculptures that capture the beauty of bodies in space. Much more than flesh and bone, Johnson feels that wildlife contain and exude presence. Each one has an attitude and a demeanor that is inherently singular, vibrant, and expressive. The Hedden-Empire’s large, clean gallery space on its first floor will showcase Johnson’s sculpture in the manner they deserve. 

Contact: Carla Barker, DVM, Managing Partner
cbarker@oldsoldier.org
(406) 818-0200


Inkredible Art Productions

217 North Broadway
Billings, MT

Inkredible Art Productions, 217 North Broadway, will be closed for the June 3rd ArtWalk.

Contact:  Michael Martin

InkredibleArtProductions@gmail.com
406-598-3273


Kennedy’s Stained Glass

2923 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Kennedy Stained Glass, 2923 2nd Avenue North will be closed for the June 3rd ArtWalk. Stay tuned for information about a new location this fall! 

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, is delighted to present Nature Morte, a fresh, collaborative body of new work from Courtney Blazon and Louis Habeck that investigates the artistic traditions of still life in a contemporary context. The exhibit opens on Friday, June 3, 2022,  with an ArtWalk reception from 5 – 9 p.m.  It remains up for viewing through July 23, 2022. Nick Rogers’ photographs which document Kirks Grocery events from the last three years are also on view.

Contact: Shane de Leon or Mary Serbe, kirksgrocery@gmail.com to inquire about events and exhibits at Kirks Grocery. On the web at kirksgrocery.com and on Facebook and Instagram@kirksgrocery. 


McCormick Cafe

2419 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT, United States

McCormick Cafe,  2419 Montana Avenue, known best as “where the locals eat,” welcomes Angela Rafferty, a multimedia artist who uses metal, paint, and photography to digitally create one of a kind works of art.  She draws inspiration from traditional expectations in the modern world. 

 McCormick Cafe is open 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. Monday – Friday and 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Contact: Charli Perry (charlip@cu.net or 406.255.9555) to book McCormick Cafe as an exhibit location for your work during ArtWalk 2022.   


Montana Gallery

2710 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Montana Gallery, 2710 – 2nd Avenue North, attracts a lively and eclectic crowd to celebrate contemporary western art during each ArtWalk.  Led by artist Tyler Murphy, the gallery promotes work by Coila Evans, Daniel Keyes, Richie Carter and others.  

Contact: Tyler Murphy

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


Native American Development Corporation (NADC)

17 North 26th Street
Billings, MT

Native American Development Corporation, 17 North 26th Street, welcomes three  three Crow artists who work with textiles and beads, invoke traditional designs and add surprising contemporary twists to their work.  Working as TRIIA, the group includes Della Big Hair – Stump (Della’s Designs), Carrie McCleary (Plains Soul) and Olivia Williamson (Lady Pompadour). They love to talk about their work and its history. 

For more information:

Laura McGee
Native American Development Corporation
NADC|BUIHWC|AICS
17 N. 26th St. Billings, MT 59101
406-794-7624
406.259.3804 (NADC)
406-534-4558 (BUIHWC)

www.nadc-nabn.org


Rocket Gourmet Wraps and Sodas

2809 1st Avenue North
Billings, MT

Rocket Burritos, 2809 First Avenue North, returns to the ArtWalk to highlight the work of Gunnar Stephan, a pop artist who focuses on mixed media, western outlaws, and ironic interpretations of icons. Not necessarily clean, and not necessarily messy, Stephan’s works take the focus away from the “clean cut” side of the art world.   


Sandstone Gallery

2913 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

Sandstone Gallery, 2913 2nd Avenue North, features gallery artist Madelein Bladow.  She paints landscapes, abstracts and creates collages. Madelein works primarily in transparent watercolor and often experiments with new mediums.  

Gallery artist Maria Isabel Bonilla creates art that is infused with “the Colombian Spirit” and nostalgia for her Colombian homeland. She describes her work as “Tropical Surrealism with a hint of Salsa music” as it favors a flashy, psychedelic aesthetic mixed with traditional and unexpected materials.  Her work explodes with color, bold lines and seductive shimmering elements. 

Sandstone’s guest artist is Matt Berg. 

Regular gallery hours are Tuesday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturdays 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. 

For more information: 

Jennifer Baretta
jenbaretta@gmail.com
sandstonegallery.org
Facebook.com/sandstonegallery


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 contact: Molly Schiltz, m


Stephen Haraden Studio & Gallery

2911 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT, United States

 

Stephen Haraden Studio and Gallery, 2911 2nd Avenue North, Suite 235, exhibits new quasi-random scrap paper collages assembled from work area detritus.  Stephen is known for his ability to create “something out of nothing.” He’s an artist who creates his own rules.  Whether you have a set pattern for your ArtWalk visits or make random stops, it will be worth your time to visit Stephen’s gallery.

You can email Stephen for a personal shopping visit at shara@bresnan.net.


This House of Books

224 North Broadway
Billings, MT

This House of Books, 224 North Broadway, showcases art that’s been donated to the Montana Rescue Mission (MRM) to support its work alleviating homelessness. Art pieces include works by Florence Gardner, Rochelle Cattrell, Laura Carter Woods and others.  All sales proceeds from these paintings benefit MRM.

Open Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Thursdays until 8 p.m.  Check their gallery page on the Uptown Loop at artwalkbillings.com/home or their Facebook page @BillingsBooks for more information.  Email:  gustavo@thishouseofbooks.com or call 406-534-1133.


Western Heritage Center

2822 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT

Western Heritage Center, 2822 Montana Avenue, presents Avis Marvelous: Ornithology on the Western Frontier, a traveling exhibit featuring 19th-century lithographs of native birds, including several by John James Audubon and unique avian taxidermy on loan from the Montana Audubon Center.  Avis Marvelous will close in late June.Free admission during ArtWalk.

Contact:  Lauren Hunley, Community Historian; lauren@ywhc.org or 406-256-6809.


Yellowstone Art Museum

401 North 27th Street
Billings, MT, United States

Welcome back to ArtWalk, Yellowstone Art Museum!

For the June 3rd event, YAM will show the 1983 film by George Horse Capture, “I’d Rather Be Powwowing.”  It features Sean Chandler’s father, Al Chandler.  The film accompanies the exhibit by Jessie Albrecht & Sean Chandler titled “The Un-Homecoming of Uncle Dirty and Jimmy Cardell.”  Free Admission during ArtWalk 2o22 events.

For more information about ArtWalk at the YAM, contact:

Nickolas Olson, Marketing Director
marketing@artmuseum.org
406-256-6904 x 224
401 North 27th Street

Zest Kitchen Supply Store

114 North 29th Street
Billings, MT

Zest Kitchen Supply Store, 114 North 29th Street, features watercolors of edibles, landscapes and a variety of subject matter by Noel Hawke.  Noel is a popular teacher at Crooked Line Studio and a member of Billings Arts Association. An avid painter and cook, she finds vegetables to be great subject matter for watercolor paintings and notecards she sends to her “foodie” friends.

Zest Billings, LLC
Good Eating, Made Simple
406-534-8427
www.zestbillings.com
facebook.com/zestbillings
Instagram: @zestbillings