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Museum and Gallery Listings

Museums

Bigfork Museum of Art & History: Featured through July 5: "The Folks Next Door: Folk Art in Montana" featuring artists Tim Carlburg, Kelly Moncur-Hatton, Donald Lewis, Shelle Lindholm, Debi Strong, Ken Tilzey.

Historical Museum at Fort Missoula, Building 322, 728-3476: "The Road Today: 250 Years of Missoula County History, 1700-1950," permanent exhibit. "Unintended Consequences: The 1918 Flu & World War I"; "Treasure State Remnants: Montana's Ghost Town Heritage"; "The Sisters of Providence: The Missoula Mission, 1873-1923."

Missoula Art Museum, 335 N. Pattee St., 728-0447. Featured: Joe Feddersen: "Vital Signs," through Sept. 20. Julia Becker, "Root Orbit," through Aug. 22. Encaustic Invitational through July 19. Willard Alternative School Juried Student Exhibition, through Aug. 22. Museum hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Montana Museum of Art and Culture, University of Montana, PAR-TV Center, 243-2019. Featured May 6-Aug. 16: "The Poindexter Collection," an exhibition of American modernist artwork on loan form the Montana Historical Society. Hours: Wednesday through Saturday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Galleries

The Artists' Shop, 304 N. Higgins Ave., 543-6393: Featured in June, Jennifer Fraser, "Explorations," photography, encaustic and mixed media.

The Ceretana, 801 Sherwood: Featured in June: "Reflecting People and Places," new works by Megan Camilla and Kim Shirley.

The Frame Shop and Gallery, 325 W. Main St., Hamilton: June 27-Aug. 20, "Recombinant ART," new drawing, paintings and encaustic work by Pamela Caughey. Opening reception, June 27, 5-8 p.m.

Gallery Saintonge, 216 N. Higgins Ave., 543-0171: Featured June 6-28: "Concurrence: An Evolving India" by David H. Wells. Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Gallery Upstream, 141 S. Third St. W., 542-3623: Featured new work by Chase Carlisle.

Hanging Art Gallery and Coffee House, Arlee: Featuring in June, Kelly Apgar's solo exhibition, "1 Artist - 100 Horses."

Lodgepole Gallery & Tipi Village, Browning: Featured through Sept. 7, "Blackfeet Art Through Dreams and Visions."

Monte Dolack Gallery, 139 W. Front St., 549-3248: Featuring in June, two new limited edition prints "Taurus" and "Equis." Also on display paintings, prints and posters of Monte Dolack. On view, the limited edition prints and posters of Mary Beth Percival.

Murphy-Jubb Fine Art, 210 N. Higgins Ave., Suite 300, 728-7050: New work by Kendahl Jan Jubb, Marshall Noice and James Hews. Hours Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Ohrmann Museum and Gallery, 2 miles south of Drummond on Highway 1: Featuring paintings and sculptures of Bill Ohrmann.

Opportunity at the Palace Gallery, 149 W. Broadway, 329-1755: Featured through July 3: group exhibition "On a Whim: hand painted tiles and paintings."

POR Art & Gallery, 147 W. Main St.: Featuring Nu West Images by M. Scott Miller. Includes selections from the artist's portfolio of New Yorker Magazine cover illustrations.

Robbin's Roost, 4375 Highway 93 S., 1 mile south of Bitterroot River (turn right at the wagon): Ceramic pieces, jewelry and water fountains by Missoula artist Myra Ducharme, original watercolors by Susan Quande, Ilene Schneider and Vickie Zalatoris, western art by Jim Cole, hand-painted furniture by Janie Diedert, original wood carvings by Potomac artist Laurel Lockridge, original glass pieces by Boise glass artist Lisa Tate, hand-carved dogs by Idaho's dog Bark Park. Hours Thursday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Studio 12 Art Gallery, 315 N. Pattee St.: Featured in June: recent works featuring Carol Hoffnagle's new architectural colored pencil drawing, "A More Forlorn Hope," and Peter Keefer's Port Townsend digital series. Plus two large-scale black and white photographs by Chris Autio. Hours: Thursday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Whooping Crones Gallery, 508 E. Broadway, 721-3042: Featured in June: paintings and sculpture by Lauretta Bonfiglio and work by new artists Kelly Odell and Marsha Davis. June 21, 2 p.m., poetry and music by Peggy and Rolly Meinhotlz.

Art on view

Bernice's Bakery, 190 S. Third W., Missoula, 728-1358: Featured in June: Shalene Valenzuela, current artist-in-residence at the Clay Studio of Missoula, "Hanging Around the Kitchen," features a series of quirky ceramic potholders, oven mitts and other miscellany.

Betty's Divine, 521 S. Higgins Ave., 721-4777: In June, Kristina Silvermeyer incorporates mixed media paintings with metal and shows off local fauna and flora with a modern edge.

Bitterroot Public Library, 306 State St., Hamilton: Featured in June: local youth artists Rowan McAdoo and Minica Casabara.

Blackbird Kid Shop, on the Hip Strip next to Betty's Divine: In June, Zootown Arts Community Center and Co-Op presents works from the After-school Art Experience Program. Artists include participants from Rattlesnake, Paxson and Lewis and Clark Schools.

Butterfly Herbs, 232 N. Higgins Ave., 728-8780: Featured in June: Cindi Vick, "From the beginning till now, a variety of work."

Catalyst Cafe and Espresso, 111 N. Higgins Ave.: Featured in June: Brian Elling shows portraits and swimmer paintings.

Computer Central, 136 E. Broadway Suite 1, 203-4683: In June, Marc Moss, "REBOOT," exhibit of sculpture collages fashioned from discarded computer parts and tastefully displayed nude photographs.

Daly Mansion, Hamilton, 363-6004: Featuring Western Montana Porcelain Artists pieces in the dining room. Tours 10 am.-3 p.m., seven days a week. $8 adults, $7 seniors, $5 children 6-17 and free for 5 and under.

Forward Montana, 736 S. Higgins Ave.: Featured in June: Stephanie Barrett-Pointer, "Inner Landscapes: Paintings and Mixed Media Works 2006-2008."

Frederick Framing, 411 E. Alder St.: Featured in June: "Sensations of Glacier Park" new works by North Carolina photographer Kevin Cropp.

La Parrilla, 130 W. Broadway: Featured in June: Shari Montana, "Dancing with Horses," mixed media on canvas.

Last Best Candles, 837 S. Higgins Ave., 370-5078: Featured in June: works of Cotey Newell including watercolor, pen and ink, photography and sculpture.

Miss Zula's, 111 N. Higgins Ave., 541-7376: In June, photographic studies in the essence of the female, new photos by Celine Michelle.

New West, 415 N. Higgins: In June, abstract surrealist paintings of Suzanne DeMarinis.

Northwest Healthcare Healing Arts Gallery in Kalispell Regional Medical Center, (406) 257-4217: Featured June 9-Oct. 6: Montana artists exhibit their watercolor, oil and acrylic paintings as well as photography, sculpture, pastels and mixed media.

Paint, Metal and Mud Gallery, Grand Hotel, corner of First and Main streets, Kalispell: Featured in June: "Mother's Day" featuring all 12 of the gallery's members works including: Kelly Apgar, Doug Dye, Jane Latus Emmert, JoAnne Greig, Pat Jones, Mary Kelley, Pat Nelson, Cheryl Ross, Linda Sole, Andrew Speer, Pia and Michaela Eaves.

Purple Pomegranate, 222 Central Ave., Whitefish: In June, featured work of Launa Lackey.

Roxy Theater, 728 S. Higgins Ave.: Featured through June 20, "Irreplaceable: Wildlife in a Warming World."

Sassafras, 120 Main St., Kalispell: Featured in June, Dixie Wajdic of "Boundary Line" and Vonnie Gardner of Last Chance Photography.

Selvedge Studio, 509 S. Higgins, 541-7171: Featured in June: Megan McDonald's spring fashion line.

Taco del Sol, Higgins Avenue: In June, "Flavors of Missoula," sketches of the urban Missoula landscape by artist Bob Phinney.

Uptown Flats, 801 N. Orange St., 549-8855: Featured in June: site-specific sculpture by welded metal artist George Ybarra.

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