Bill Stockton was many things: artist, sheep rancher, soldier, sign painter, performer, storyteller, husband, father, grandfather, and dyed-in-the-wool Modernist.
Isabelle Johnson was among the first and most influential Modernist artists in Montana.
The Edith Freeman collection at the Yellowstone Art Museum consist of over sixty woodblock prints, the majority of which were given by the Edith Freeman Estate in 1993 with the cooperation of her brother and estate executor, Floyd Maxwell.
The Norton Family commissioned a series of limited edition works of contemporary art from 1988 to 2019 and sent them to a wide list of friends.
The Montana Collection is the Yellowstone Art Museum’s core collection, including 1,200 works of art inspired by the realities of today’s West.
The Poindexter Collection of New York Abstract Expressionist art came to the Yellowstone Art Museum in several lots over many years from the family of George and Elinor Poindexter.