Upcoming Exhibitions

Montana Peepshow: Stories by Leslie Van Stavern Millar ||

November 8, 2018 - January 6, 2019
In a quirky fictitious account, Montana Peepshow imagines Queen Elizabeth the First, in the spirit of the Age of Discovery, utilizing a time machine created by her personal alchemist, Dr. Dee, to visit Montana repeatedly, at varying time periods. he exhibit consists of highly detailed gouache paintings on paper housed in wooden boxes, which are viewed individually.

Elizabeth Dove: It Started with Aardvark

November 8, 2018 - January 6, 2019
Elizabeth Dove:  It Started with Aardvark is comprised of a series of 26 screen-prints, one for each letter of the alphabet that includes every illustration from the dictionary, with images organized by letter, overlapped in successive layers printed one on top of another so they co-exist as one merged graphic icon, a hybrid of all visual knowledge.

James Todd: Looney Toones

November 8, 2018 - January 6, 2019
On the occasion of his retirement from teaching at the University of Montana in 2000, James Todd’s mother paid him a visit bearing a collection of drawings he had made between the ages of five and eight. In this exhibition, James Todd has reinterpreted his childhood drawings through woodcut printing, the medium for which he is perhaps best known today.

Art Auction 51

January 24, 2019 - March 2, 2019
Every year, the Art Auction raises crucial support for the exhibitions and educational programs that the Yellowstone Art Museum presents to the community year-round. The exhibition culminates in our annual Art Auction which consists of a silent auction, a live auction, a “Quick Draw.”

String Theory: Mixed Media Work by Sharon Kagan

March 21, 2019 - July 7, 2019
Multi-disciplinary artist Sharon Kagan’s artwork reflects the profoundly felt character of her life that is interwoven with the history of the 20th century’s darker moments—but is transcended by a brighter wisdom that prevailed. Her recent drawings and paintings on canvas have introduced color and pattern into the enlarged images, to achieve the artist’s intention: “I am working to make the eyes dance.”