January 2, 2009

Galleries & Museums

Murphy~Jubb Fine Art
210 N. Higgins, Suite 300

Murphy~Jubb Fine Art will be presenting new work by Kendahl Jan Jubb and Marshall Noice in January, beginning with a reception on Friday, January 2, 2009 from 5-8. Have a great year!!

Missoula Art Museum
335 N. Pattee

Image Credit: Jean Albus, The Place You Remember, photograph.

MAM’s 37th Benefit Art Auction
Exhibition Opening and Artists Reception: January 9, 5-7 PM, free
Come to MAM to meet over 70 dynamic artists featured in this juried exhibition, including artists with regional careers and national reputations. The prestigious works are original and run the gamut of media, from ceramics and sculpture to paintings and photography. The exhibition includes work by nationally recognized artists like Nancy Erickson, Lela Autio, and Mark Abrahmson, plus regional favorites including Stephanie Frostad, Jeneese Hilton, and Doug Baldwin. Visit our website to view the artworks.

The Clay Studio of Missoula
1106 Hawthorne Unit A

Resident Artists Past & Present
Opens Jan 2nd and runs until Jan. 26th. Artist reception Friday, January 16th 5:30-9:00.

Whooping Crones Gallery
508 E. Broadway

We are showing Fiber into Art by Heidi Ziellinski of Stevensville and Will Farrington's ceramic Pyramid Town. First Friday reception Jan 2nd from 5~8 p.m.

The Indigo Gallery
116 W. Front Street

Please join us for the First Friday on January 2nd from 5-7p.m. for our new exhibit featuring contemporary art by local artist Marc Moss. Downtown Missoula, 728-1703. Open 12:30pm to 5:30pm Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday and 1:30pm to 5:30pm Monday & Friday.

Monte Dolack Gallery
139 W. Front St.

On display in January will be several of Monte Dolack’s newest acrylic paintings of the Montana landscape. Also on view, the limited edition prints and fine art posters of Monte Dolack and Mary Beth Percival. 139 W. Front St. Call 549-3248. www.dolack.com Open Weekdays 10-5:30 and Sat 11-5.

Other Venues

Computer Central
136 E. Broadway, suite 1

Lewis Kelley: Distillation
With this series of photographs Lewis Kelley strives to distill away the clutter and create a locus for the eyes. By untangling the scene and leaving only a single streak of vivid color, the work depicts a dichotomy of light and color, of the subject's essence and appearance, and between the sum and its parts. Opening Reception on First Friday, January 2nd,5:30pm -7:30pm. Light refreshments provided.

Betty's Divine
521 S. Higgins Ave.

Don't even waste your time reading this. The January First Friday exhibit at Betty's Divine will suck!...And suck hard. Don't go. 3-D pop media by Jack Dempsey Boyd. Cheap wine and good cookies. 5-8pm January 2nd.

Zootown Arts Community Center
235 North 1st St. West

Zootown Arts Community Center Presents A Series of Healing Images. Kalispell Artist David Host invites you to the opening reception for his exhibition "A Post - Post - Modern Fairy Tale or How God & Her Extended Family (and the Dog) Cured A Western Montana Man Of Rationalizing Himself & Other People." Friday January 2, 2009 from 5:30pm to 9:30pm

Bernice's Bakery
190 S. 3rd St. West

Bernice’s Bakery will display art by Amie Thurber starting in January. The bakery, a Missoula institution since 1978, will host a First Friday reception with Thurber on January 2nd from 5-8 PM. Thurber says her paintings were partly inspired by the bakery and its loyal patrons. She completed a BFA at The University of Montana in 1999, and has led more than a dozen community public art projects over the years.

No comments: