Traveling Exhibitions Available From the YAM

Edith Freeman’s Montana Seasons

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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.

The Falcon’s Eye: Nature Photographs by Michael Sample

Available late November 2017 through early March 2018 & and at additional dates beginning April 2019.
Thirty-five photographs, digitally printed for this exhibition, comprise a selection representing the breadth of Michael Sample’s career. Images range from the majestic sweep of national park vistas in the Rocky Mountain West to delicate and intimate trailside details. Exhibition includes an additional selection of images formatted in as a looping video for projection within the gallery space. Museum must supply its own projection equipment. The exhibition is suitable for galleries of 1,500 to 1,750 feet.

Emil Carlsen’s Quiet Harmonies

One venue available: Early December 2018 to early March 2019
This exhibition re-introduces audiences to an exceptional Danish-American painter by emphasizing his lush and contemplative landscapes. A group of about two dozen works includes some of Carlsen’s better-known still-lifes. This exhibition is offered in celebration of a long and rich tradition of American landscape painting that stretches into the present day. The exhibition is suitable for galleries of 1,250 to 1,500 square feet.

Art along the Big Horn: A Child’s Perspective

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Art along the Bighorn is a traveling exhibition designed to share artwork created during the 2015-2016 school year by fourth and fifth grade students from Crow Agency Elementary School. This work is the result of an art education partnership between Yellowstone Art Museum and Hardin Public School District that has been in place since 2002