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Russell Chatham: Land, Light and Time
Thirty original paintings and lithographs reflect the vision and skill of this self-taught Livingston artist.
DATES:
November 02, 2002 - January 18, 2003
Katie Knight: Eyewitness Columbia
Hand-colored photographs by Helena area artist focus on people in Colombia impacted by civil war and the US war on drugs.
DATES:
December 01, 2002 - January 11, 2003
Jerry Rankin: Recent Works
Paintings, drawings and prints completed over the last two years reveal this Bozeman artist's versatility. His abstract images reference place but also reflect on psychological mindscapes.
DATES:
December 11, 2002 - February 08, 2003
31st Annual Art Auction Exhibition
Exhibit of work featured in the art auction.
DATES:
January 10 - February 01, 2003
Kelsey Fernkopf: Horse Pop
Olympia, WA artist creates miniature assemblage sculptures with plastic toys and found objects. Scale and choice of materials show influence of pop art and kitch.
DATES:
February 19 - March 29, 2003
Punk Rock Prom: Rock and Punk Rock Posters
Rock and Punk Rock Posters
DATES:
February 19 - March 29, 2003
American Screen Printing from the Jundt Collection
American screen printing.
DATES:
February 19 - April 12, 2003
R.B. Kitaj Serigraph: Mahler Becomes Politics, Biesbol
Serigraphs by R.B. Kitaj
DATES:
February 26 - April 26, 2003
Ellen Ornitz: Resurrections
Works of torsos made from cast paper.
DATES:
April 04 - May 24, 2003
The Influence of Family: Marguerite Ornitz Gordon & Don Ornitz
Prints by the mother and photographs by the father of exhibiting artist Ellen Ornitz unearth the roots of her texture, imagery and subject matter.
DATES:
April 04 - May 24, 2003
Peter Kurinsky: A Series of Self Portraits
Over 80 paintings and drawings -- self-portraits -- included, but only a small portion of this artist's oeuvre. Engaging style is marked by consistent rhythm, size, and scale combined with expressive color and line.
DATES:
April 16 - May 24, 2003
Neltje: Four Days, Selected Monotypes
A series of large, colorful, abstract monotypes by artist from Banner, Wyoming.
DATES:
May 02 - June 14, 2003
Out of the Bullpen: Baseball in Contemporary Art
Baseball in Contemporary Art
DATES:
June 06 - August 02, 2003
Kathleen Beausoleil: Recent Landscapes
Recent landscapes.
DATES:
June 06 - July 12, 2003
Dirk Lee: Sketchbooks
Installation of prolific Missoula artist: 100 sketchbooks and scrolls of drawings lining the walls.
DATES:
June 06 - July 12, 2003
Polemic Voices in the Art Museum of Missoula Collections
A selection of artwork from the Art Museum Collections that explores ways in which visual artists confront volatile issues.
DATES:
June 25 - August 23, 2003
Opportunity Resources: About Faces
Opportunity Resources: About Faces
DATES:
July 23 - August 23, 2003
Kenneth Holder: Sketchbook Watercolors
An exhibition of 33 sketchbook watercolors and two panoramic watercolors created during a five-year project to paint the landscape along the Lewis and Clark Trail.
DATES:
July 23 - September 20, 2003
Stan Healy: Artist's Eye
An exhibition of 70 photographs spanning 40 years to reflect Healy's work as a newspaper photojournalist and his eye as an artist.
DATES:
August 13 - September 20, 2003
Catharine Phillips Fels: Visions of a Lifetime
A collection of paintings, drawings and prints made by the late Fels.
DATES:
September 03 - November 08, 2003
CutBank 60: Celebrating Art in Literature
Seven winners of the cover art competition celebrating CutBank Literary Magazine's 30th anniversary.
DATES:
September 03 - October 11, 2003
Gerd Aurell: Montana is a Harsh Mistress
A bittersweet interpretation of the Montana homesteading experience from a Swedish artist who lived in Missoula in autumn 2000. She traveled throughout the state and region, but was struck most powerfully by the eastern Montana plains and prairies.
DATES:
October 01 - November 22, 2003


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