Category Archives: Artist Feature

Alex Buck Mixes Into The Art Crossing.

Alex Buck and his creations within and out of the Gallatin Art Crossing surge from the creative energy of an entrepreneur, sculptor, father and gearhound embracing the fluctuations and ephemeral nature of art. Born in Massachusetts and raised in Maine, …

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Art Crossing Workshops Available.

At the Gallatin Art Crossing we love art in all incarnations. To spread this thick and syrupy love there will be a series of intimate artist workshops oriented towards you, the art lover. Each class focuses on a specific medium …

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Gary Bates To Present Gallatin Art Crossing’s Second Monthly Lecture December 9th.

Renowned Bozeman sculptor Gary Bates will give an old-fashioned slide show and talk on his sculptures, his creative process, and his community involvement at the Bozeman Public Library on Monday, December 9, 7pm. A longtime creator of environmentally driven kinetic …

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Anna Edelen Presents March 11th For GAC Lecture Series.

Local painter and Gallatin Art Crossing contributor Anna Edelen will present on March 11th at the Bozeman Public Library. Anna’s paintings have appeared in local galleries and in the Gallatin Art Crossing’s vinyl power-box project with the Clean Slate Media …

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Daryl Paulson To Present At Bozeman Public Library

Local sculptor and business owner Daryl Paulson will present at the third Gallatin Art Crossing Public Lecture Series on Tuesday, April 15th at the Bozeman Public Library. Owner of Bioscience Laboratories, a veteran and Gallatin Art Crossing contributor, Daryl …

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Kirsten Kainz

By: Kali Gillette

Not many women take their first job out of art school as a blacksmith, but Kirsten Kainz isn’t just any woman. It wasn’t long before she began sculpting on her own, doing personal commissions and participating in …

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Erik ‘Ole’ Nelson

By: Kali Gillette

“Anything you can draw, you can cut.”

Ole Nelson bought his sign shop with 9 months left of college. Twenty years later, it’s a thriving business, which has provided him with the equipment and techniques to create …

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Kendra McKlosky

By: Kali Gillette

“Superfund” and “Art” generally don’t go hand in hand, but Kendra McKlosky is changing that.

McKlosky’s permanent donation to the Bozeman Sculpture Park is as historically significant as it is beautiful. Her piece, titled “Twice Removed” is …

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Iron Man: Remuda of Sculptures and Equine Art

Unlike other herds, Dolan’s 39-head strong remuda is made of steel, 4,000-feet of frayed black rope, bed liner and blue paint.

Article From: John Deere Journal

Sporting a grey cowboy hat stained by the sweat of many hours of labor, …

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Billis Sculpts Growth

Mitch Billis is a craftsman. Creating large and small-scale bronze sculptures, Mitch’s efforts have populated numerous exhibitions and installations, but the process and spirit behind this success are the craft of his life as an artist. Historically, his creations and …

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