Yellowstone Art Museum Artwalk


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YAM’s ArtWalk featuring Art Auction 49 and Art Collectors’ Corner artist Barbara Garrett

(Billings, Montana) Yellowstone Art Museum’s ArtWalk will once again begin with an early bird starting at 4pm on Friday, February 3, 2017. Admission to the museum is free during ArtWalk from 4–9pm combined with Jam at the YAM featuring live music. View our current exhibitions including Art Auction 49 and Boundless Visions. You can reserve your favorite piece with our Buy-It-Now option available for Silent Auction artwork.

Barbara Garrett is a Billings-based painter and will be on hand at this ArtWalk to do a meet-and-greet. While living in New Mexico, Barbara began to immerse herself in her work as an artist. While a member of the Camino Real 8 art group located in central New Mexico, she found a passion for applying her art skills to wildlife and landscape subjects. She returned to her beloved Montana after being away for 24 years and continues to explore her love for the land and the creatures that inhabit it. Her work is available for purchase in the Art Collectors’ Corner.

A cash bar and light hors d’oeuvres are provided during ArtWalk. First drink is free for new member sign-ups and membership renewals. The YAM also has free parking.

Exhibitions currently on view:

Boundless Visions: Selections from the Permanent Collection
Exhibition is ongoing
Boundless Visions features changing selections from the YAM’s permanent collections, including art from the late nineteenth century to the present. This long-term exhibition is the only exhibition in Montana where you can learn the story of art in this region from its beginnings to the present day.
TITLE SPONSORS: David Orser and Ossie Abrams

Art Auction 49
On view through March 4, 2017
The Yellowstone Art Museum’s Art Auction was the region’s first and continues to be the area’s finest and most exciting auction of contemporary regional art. The Annual Art Auction is the YAM’s most significant fundraising event, generating proceeds in support of exhibitions and educational programming for the entire year. The theme this year is icy with cold cocktails and cool artwork that will send chills down your spine…and all for a great cause! Reserve your tickets for Art Auction 49 today. Call 406-256-6804 or visit artmuseum.org to purchase tickets online. Silent Auction bidding and Buy-It-Now is available up until day of event.

The 49th Annual Art Auction is generously sponsored by title sponsor Oakland & Companies. Additional support is provided by sponsors Intermountain Distributing Company, Eide Bailly LLP, Yellowstone Surgery Center, Wipfli LLP; Kibler & Kirch, Stapleton Gallery, and many others.

Facebook address: facebook.com/YellowstoneArtMuseum
Twitter: @yambillings

Directions: Located on the corner of 4th Avenue and North 27th Street, across from the Gazette building and next to Denny’s.

Yellowstone Art Museum
401 North 27th Street
Billings, MT 59101

The nationally accredited Yellowstone Art Museum is the region’s largest contemporary art museum offering changing exhibitions, adult and children’s art education, café, Art Collectors’ Corner, Visible Vault, and a 7,500-piece permanent collection. The Yellowstone Art Museum hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, & Saturday 10am–5pm; Thursday & Friday 10am–8pm; and Sunday 11am–4pm.
Admission: Members free, $6 adults, $3 students with valid ID, $3 children 6–18, under age 6 free, $4 discount price (please inquire).

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