Harold Schlotzhauer’s approach is bold and playful, but dazzlingly serious in its intent to create engaging images that make the intangible real. Shapes, lines, and sweeping color dance together in choreographed movement to elicit a personal response from the viewer to Schlotzhauer’s visual language. That language is inspired by myriad sources, including the traditional Asian arts, graffiti, children’s toys, and the rhythms of nature. Harold Schlotzhauer will have a gallery talk on Thursday, May 19, 2016 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
360º Skateboard Design Competition and Exhibition
The votes were cast and the winners selected! Congratulations to Parker Friday, winner of the 5-12 age group, Tealy Dahlberg, winner from the 12-18 age group (shown in photo), and Tori Wahldrup, from the 18+ age group. The winner of each category received their skateboard with their winning design applied to the deck and a certificate to Discontent to add wheels to complete it. The Winners were announced at the Downtown Skate Park on June 26. Click here to watch the KTVQ news coverage of this event.
All other entries can be picked up at the front desk of the Yellowstone Art Museum over the next two weeks. There were so many fantastic designs entered in this competition. If participants would like to have their design on a skateboard deck we encourage them to contact Discontent and Sign Pro to purchase and deck and have the artwork applied.
Thank you to all the designers and voters for your participation in this community driven competition!
Thank you to our exhibition and program sponsors:
Title Sponsors: Laurence and Ruth Martin
Lead Sponsors: Anonymous, Institute of Museum and Library Services, Deborah Anspach and Dr. John Hanson, Mary Alice Fortin Foundation, and Diane Boyer Jerhoff
Supporting Sponsors: Bob Durden and ExxonMobil
Reception Sponsor: John Buck and Deborah Butterfield
360º Skateboard Competition Sponsors: The Mary Alice Fortin Foundation and Discontent