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The Joyce Folsom Bequest
Celebrates an estate gift to the Art Museum of Missoula Collection from the late Joyce Elise Folsom, who collected many works by Montana landscape painters.
DATES:
November 11, 2000 - January 13, 2001
Rediscovering Helen McAuslan: Montana Modernist
Over 40 paintings and drawings show how McAuslan's work was informed by modern art movements and her love of the Montana experience.
DATES:
January 02 - March 07, 2001
29th Annual Art Auction Exhibition
Exhibition of artwork that will be auctioned to benefit museum programming.
DATES:
January 19 - February 02, 2001
Carolyn Krieg: Original Sources
Original Sources explores Krieg's processes and work inspired by her visits to India and Europe, as well as Montana.
DATES:
February 16 - May 12, 2001
Kathleen Stone: Wings and Other Things
Combines the traditional medium of drawing within the unique spatial format of installation.
DATES:
March 01 - May 12, 2001
Corwin Clairmont: Halfway Between Here and There
Mixed-media installation of conceptual works laced with irony, humor and political innuendo.
DATES:
March 16 - May 26, 2001
Origins: Blackmer, Senska, Trinitas
Presents three artists / educators who came of age during a period of great transition for American artists and the direction of art in Montana.
DATES:
May 18 - July 07, 2001
Missoula Collects Ceramics
Reveals treasures found in local private collections and AMM collections, from functional vessels to formal sculptures.
DATES:
May 18 - June 30, 2001
Rudy: Montana's Native Son
Solo exhibition devoted to the work of Rudy Autio, an internationally recognized pioneer of ceramic arts and a Missoula resident.
DATES:
June 06 - August 25, 2001
Renee Gouaux: Fall
A ceramic installation by this native Missoulian who is now an artist and teacher living in Wisconsin.
DATES:
July 06 - August 18, 2001
Wolftown: By Appointment Only
Documentation of Wolftown, the non-profit museum operated by Marcus Wolf, and installation of some of his collections: pens, mugs, license plates, and beer cans.
DATES:
July 14 - September 08, 2001
Third Mind: Collaborations in Book Making from Brighton Press, Featuring Sandra Alcosser & Michele Burgess
A selection of artists' books published at Brighton Press.
DATES:
September 06 - October 27, 2001
Ernie Pepion: Red Man Series
14 paintings comprise this new series of autobiographical images that painfully but honestly reflect the physical and psychological state of the artist as a quadriplegic.
DATES:
September 07 - October 26, 2001
Stephanie J. Frostad: Companion Pieces
Encompasses the working spirit of this narrative painter who presents the essential elements of a story in elegantly executed surfaces.
DATES:
September 14 - November 09, 2001
World Trade Center: A Personal Album, Photos by Tony Cesare
Photographs of the World Trade Center taken over the last 30 years.
DATES:
November 02 - November 07, 2001
John Hooton: Hyaku Me
Photographic installation of 100 pairs of eyes made this after visiting a hillside in Japan covered with 500 statues of Buddha.
DATES:
November 09 - December 29, 2001


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