Category Archives: History

Erik "Ole" Nelson - Fish Face

Ole Nelson Represents

Erik “Ole” Nelson is a man with whom you are familiar. If you have ever looked up at a local business sign downtown, chances are you have viewed one of his attractively sculpted love children of steel and light. Ole …

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Billis Sculpts Growth

Sculptures awaiting the next evolution.

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 …

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Ole Nelson Q And A

The Gallatin Art Crossing (GAC) is home to many regional and local sculptors, among which Eric “Ole” Nelson is an integral mainstay, contributing his tall and well-received sculptures from the first installation to the most recent. His Hyalite canyon cabin …

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Pete Stecher Installing the new 2013 sculptures

2013 Gallatin Art Crossing Thanks You.

This year was another rousing success for us here at the Gallatin Art Crossing. The reception had beautiful weather, music and Bozeman’s most delightful in attendance. From we here and everyone else involved, we wish to extend our sincere gratitude …

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Gary Bates - Red Whirly

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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