Contact curatorial staff regarding availability.
Edith Freeman (1913-1992), an artist and art educator who was in her lifetime a resident in Billings, excelled at the ancient art of woodblock printing. This exhibition includes up to twenty woodblock prints of the central Montana landscape, an example of Freeman’s woodblocks used for printing, and her tools. Drawn exclusively from the Yellowstone Art Museum’s permanent collection. Suitable for galleries of 600 to 800 square feet.