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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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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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The Art and Soul of the Gallatin Valley

By: Kali Gillette

Bozeman’s art scene just got bigger, literally. Gallatin Art Crossing and Bozeman Sculpture Park have combined forces, and the result is more public art.

In 2008, Tate Chamberlin started Gallatin Art Crossing with $400 and the mission …

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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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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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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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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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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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Ryan Rickert and his Clean Slate Group vinyl wrap outside the coop downtown.

Clean Slate Group Fills Local Need For Gallatin Art Crossing Collaboration And Downtown Aesthetics.

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The Gallatin Art Crossing (GAC) downtown sculpture exhibit is expansive, open and varied, allowing the incredible artists within it to explore the space and spirit of an installation. In July of 2012, the GAC joined forces with another creative element …

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