Category Archives: In The Press

Gallatin Art Crossing celebrates sculpture project

The Gallatin Art Crossing is excited to announce its Annual Reception and Fundraiser during the Art Walks on Friday, August 12th. more info >

Red Whirly sculpture to remain at Bozeman Public Library

A familiar sculpture at the Bozeman Public Library will now be there permanently. more info >

Gallatin Art Crossing Purchases Sculpture

Gallatin Art Crossing is proud to announce the purchase of sculptor Jesse Swickard’s “Vualo de Aves”. more info >

What Makes Bozeman a Great Art Community

Article from: Only in Bozeman

Art is a (very) big deal in Bozeman. The area alone is inspiring with big skies and mountain vistas in every direction. The culture of the town also play a huge part of the thriving …

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Beautifying Bozeman

Three years ago, the plain grey traffic box on the corner of Wallace and Main was given a trial facelift by local artist Krista Morey and the Bozeman-based urban beautification company, the Clean Slate Group (CSG). more info >

Combining Artistic Forces

Bozeman Sculpture Park Joins Gallatin Art Crossing

By Rachel Hergett, Get Out! Editor
Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Get Out! – August 29, 2014

Two groups dedicated to bringing community art to Bozeman were organized within a year of each other in …

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Brand-new Downtown Sculpture to be Moved

By Eric Dietrich, Chronicle Staff Writer
Bozeman Daily Chronicle – Dec 5, 2015

Want to see local artist EJ Engler’s new 20-foot-tall sculpture in front of Wild Joe’s coffee shop? Better hurry, because it’s having its Main Street tenure cut …

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Local Artist Behind 20-foot Sculpture

By Morgan Brown, Chronicle Staff Writer
Bozeman Daily Chronicle – Dec 1, 2015

A 20-foot-tall sculpture is set to be installed on Main Street this morning.

The artist, EJ Engler, has been sculpting for 30 years. An architect and the …

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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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Bozeman ranks in top 20 vibrant arts communities in America

According to the third annual Arts Vibrancy Index released by the National Center for Arts Research, Bozeman is among the top 20 most vibrant arts communities in America. more info >