GUEST ARTISTS

Trout Groupig

Brent Helnore

I had been doing taxidermy for at least 35 years with the dream of someday carving the same things. About 15 years ago I began to do just that. I hand carve and paint everything from game heads to fish and several  other species.  I coined the name Timberdermist [click on the photo]

Caroline Cornell

Caroline Cornell

Caroline Cornell is a Creative. As a painter, her eclectic style is a reflection of her travels and of growing up in northwest Montana, capturing a spirit of the modern West, with texture color, and light. [click on the photo]

Christine Oster

Christine Oster

My career as a potter began in Bloomington, Indiana while I was still teaching and raising my family. I retired to the woods of Yaak, Montana, in 2011 and was delighted to be able to incorporate a pottery studio into my home and become a full-time potter. [click on the photo]

Timberland Bracelet

Jessica Fuller

While living in New Mexico in 1990, in the high desert and pinon-covered hills near the Pecos River, I embraced my native spirit and discovered a love for beadwork. I was working as an R.N. at the Santa Fe Indian Hospital. My neighbors were Jerry Ingram and Veronica Orr, well known [click on the photo]

3 planters, by Karen Smith

Karen Smith

Being born and raised on a ranch in Musselshell, Montana, Karen Smith had to become a jack of all trades at an early age.  Reusing, repurposing and recycling were every day occurrences, living 40 miles from a town.  Although these are trendy concepts now, Karen draws from many years’ [click on the photo]

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KC Glastetter

While teaching elementary school and exploring Montana, I discovered my passion for photography. My camera has permitted me to explore and appreciate our world in ways I never imagined before studying the art of photography. I have developed a tremendous appreciation for light, emotion and energy in [click on the photo]

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Mark Matthews

Mark Matthews has been serious about art, music, literature and dancing all his life. As for his sculpting, Mark routinely experiments with different materials, techniques and styles - but remains uninterested in creating a specific “brand.” He seldom displays his art beyond [click on the photo]

Santa Fe Chicken

Montana Blue Heron, Marilyn and Wm. Stevens

Montana Blue Heron is Marilyn Evans and Wm. Stevens, two self-taught weavers who have taken their willow structure weavings from simple basketry into the realm of woven sculpture and three-dimensional wall art. [click on the photo]