great well written article...feel like I could have read this in vanity fair...can't wait to see this woman's art in the upcoming Radius show and congrats to Lisa for showing her work...now let's get her art out of Montana and to the big cities!!!!
WOW! Your story touched my heart n all I can say is that I wish I'd been given the opportunity you got. I'm hoping n praying you go far Shania. Your mom n grandma are always with you n whenever you feel like giving up, remember to ask them to help you...they will!
Oh my god hon . We are all so proud of you . You shine bright ! Your momma is looking over you and loves you very much. You are a rockstar, and know how to make people see the beautiful imagery through your eyes. The pictures are amazing! Keep up the good work. Don't ever forget that one day we will all be reunited with our loved ones. Their smiling and awaiting. Xoxxo
Wow! This is still such an amazing experience:) Thanks again Missoula Independent!!!!
Female Napoleon seems to be grabbing herself...
hell ya thats my family WILLARD
I too had the privilege of being a student of Dr Freedman.
MoMa trip was a great college memory...my first trip to NYC. Dr Freedman inspired me. I'm an art teacher now and going to grad school for art ed. Thank you Dr Freedman. Cat Coughlin
Brea really approaches that non-dualistic in-between place. I love her for that! Jon Austin
John would be very grateful and delighted with the work you're doing Tahj. Carry on. Hal Mathew from Salem
nice work Tahj! Need more of "you" these days!!!!!
stunning photo ..... and like some of our amazing sunsets ... only a great photo can compare to what our amazing eyes can see.
Having grown up in the aftermath of massive Forest Service backcountry road projects,gigantic sasquatch-shaped power corridor pylons, and chain-linked electrical
mega-power installations, I applaud your work. Note Hanford sits on the Olympia-Wallowa
Lineament, a regional faultline, the San Andreas Fault of the northwest.
Wonderfully imaginative look at a dire situation.
I recently got to see the punk rock/ avante art/ total crowd participation/ madness that was Peelander Z. The Japanese duo played about 3 chords and had little in the way of what most music fans would label 'musical talent.'
This being said, it was one of the greatest shows this music fan has ever witnessed. It was super fun and all interactive. They handed out instruments like pots and pans. It was insanity.
Now I have never seen Bad Naked. His naked performance at The Ritz, (now The Badlander) and his subsequent LIFE BAN from venue: is legendary.
Personally, I'm very curious to see what Bad Naked brings this Friday. If it's anything like Peelander Z; it will be madness combined with fun. A spectacle with a jingle. After all, isn't that essentially the point?
One of my fondest memories is getting a private tour of MoMA with Dr. Freedman. And also getting to meet the painter Jack Levine, it's a privilege to have had him as a professor.
Now if only Missoula weren't so far away.....
Jamie Callahan KSC 1992
Just a correction. You referred to "Dr. Marvin Baker." His name was Martin (Marty) Baker and he had a PhD and taught for a time at UM. He did NOT support the Warehouse financially in the way you infer. He was a partner in the Warehouse Gallery and sold his Mexican imports there; the gallery took a 25% commission, so his sales helped run the gallery as did the sales of many other artists working and showing there. I was one of the founders of the Warehouse studios and gallery in 1973 along with Monte Dolak and his graphics partner Jim...?, Tom Schultz and Theresa Biesanz. Hal Mathew
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