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Western Images: Selections from the Permanent Collection
Winter 1988-1989, PC Gallery
DATES:
November 01, 1988 - February 01, 1989
Views From Wyoming
An exhibition of artwork by four visual arts fellowship recipients from the Wyoming Arts Council.
DATES:
December 10, 1988 - January 07, 1989
Walter Piehl, Jr.
Sweetheart of the Rodeo
DATES:
January 07 - February 15, 1989
Four Years: Paul Lerner
Oil paintings, pastels and pencil drawings by Missoula artist, feature primarily landscapes and portraits. "Much of my work is traditional in subject and rendering, but it has become introspective over the last few months."
DATES:
January 14 - February 11, 1989
Russell Chatham
"The Missouri Headwaters," is a suite of twelve color lithographs by Livingston artist. Each lithograph is indicative of the land and the kind of light and mood which the land embodies in the month to which it is dedicated.
DATES:
February 15 - April 01, 1989
Facing Our State
Emphasis on the land-and the accompanying presence in the exhibit of landscapes from different perspectives.

Centennial art exhibition.
DATES:
February 22 - April 08, 1989
High School Art Show
Teenage artists from five local high schools are displayed in this show: Big Sky, Sentinal, Hellgate, Seeley Swan, Fenchtown and Loyola-Sacred Heart.
DATES:
April 01 - April 30, 1989
Orah Moore: Montana Photographs
Stewards of the Land
DATES:
April 12 - May 13, 1989
Elizabeth Keith: The Orient Through Western Eyes
Series of 35 color woodblock prints by British artist, Elizabeth Keith.
DATES:
May 20 - July 01, 1989
The Living Tradition: Indian Art & Costume in Western Montana
Compares traditional beadwork and Indian art with contemporary items.
DATES:
June 10 - August 14, 1989
Native American Art of Western Montana

DATES:
June 10 - August 04, 1989
Stephanie Wilde: An Exhibition of Pen and Ink Art
A self-taught pen and ink artist and winner of the Idaho Commission of the Arts Fellowship.
DATES:
July 08 - August 02, 1989
Didactic Printmaking Exhibition

DATES:
August 10 - September 02, 1989
Walter Hook Watercolors
Artwork by local artist, Walter Hook, featuring his watercolors and other pieces in the show include oil paintings and sculptures from private collections.
DATES:
August 17 - November 11, 1989
Five Centuries of Master Prints
Etchings, woodcuts, and lithographs follow the history of printmaking from the invention of the movable typewriter to 20th century Modernism.
DATES:
August 23 - September 30, 1989
Manuel Morales
45 works by a ceramic artist from the Mexican state of Michoacan.
DATES:
September 09 - October 07, 1989
18th Annual Art Auction Exhibition

DATES:
October 07 - October 28, 1989
The Afghan Folio
Dye transfer color photographs by Vermont artist, Luke Powell.
DATES:
October 14 - November 15, 1989
Elements of Design: The Influence of Oriental Rugs on Navajo Weaving
This exhibit focuses on rugs created between 1860 & the 1920's when reservation traders introduced the patterning of oriental rugs to Navajo weavers.
DATES:
November 17 - December 21, 1989
Visual AIDS
The main focus of Visual AIDS Missoula will be a shrine created in the darkened upstairs gallery of the museum to commemorate those who have died of AIDS, as well as to express hope for the future. Members of the community are encouraged to leave offerings at the shrine during museum hours: flowers, drawings, poems, prayers, decorative objects, photographs, amulets, and notes are all encouraged.
DATES:
November 27 - December 02, 1989
Rocky Mountain National Watercolor Exhibition
16th annual Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibition.
DATES:
December 09 - December 31, 1989


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