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April Werle

As a multi-cultural Montanan native and traveler, I am heavily influenced by what it means to belong. In my practice of creating paint collages, I explore what it is to be biracial. Layers of bright hues, juxtaposing organic and geometric forms, and the bare bones of the panel represent the building blocks of identity.

Christopher A. Willis

Fine art, Architectural Illustration, Graphic Design, Art Lessons –oil, watercolor/gouache, graphite, pen & ink. For a complete rundown of who I am and I what I offer, follow the web link attached to this post.

Steve Slocomb

Nature photographer

Bobbe Almer

Bobbe Almer is an artist living in western Montana. She is inspired by the light falling on the landscapes of the west. Using oil, pastel, and watercolor she captures the light, sharing it through her art. She is also a group and private art instructor who enjoys helping others to discover their creative side.

Annie Sylling

Fine art originals and prints. I also do custom portraits and creative wildlife pieces (made to order).

Lisa Gibson

Enjoying the outdoors brings images to mind that are parallels between nature and our experiences. It’s amazing how many human situations are echoed through plants and animals! I record these images and share them as paintings. Acrylic is my favorite tool, but ink, watercolor and colored pencil play supporting roles.

Claire Emery

Claire Emery is an interdisciplinary artist and educator who works for community vitality through her woodblock prints, educational workshops and artist-in-residence programs. Trained as a natural science illustrator, place-based educator, and a contemporary artist, Claire sees art as a catalyst that engages people and communities in creating vitality, resilience and clarity. Claire designs workshops, accepts […]

Hailey Schofield

Visual Artist and Art Teacher

Ariel Parrow

I particularly enjoy sparking curiosity through experimentation with details that suggest a sense of surrealism or story. I prefer to focus on portraying how things feel rather than how they appear.

Kelly Loder

Mixed media abstract work on canvas and drift wood