Gallery Guide 

What’s on display in Missoula and beyond

Anna Herman’s
A show of abstract art by Anita Marsico, Anna Herman and Tony the Jeweler. On view through May. At 216 N. Higgins. Call 728-4408.

Art Museum of Missoula
Cathy Weber’s Grief Series, a series of award-winning illuminated manuscripts Weber made after the death of her partner. Opens May 27 with a reception Friday, June 2 from 5 to 8 p.m. Panel discussion Tuesday, June 13 at 7 p.m., video screening Tuesday, June 20 at 7:30 p.m. Runs through July 10 in the Second Floor Gallery. Also, Unfettered Spirit: Contemporary Art from the Montana Plains, featuring works by folks from Montana’s flatlands. Author Debra Earling will conduct a public reading in conjunction with the exhibit Thursday, June 1 at 7 p.m. In the First Floor Gallery through June 24. And finally, A Gift to Montana: Jaune Quick-to-See Smith’s Prints, an exhibition of prints donated by Salish artist Quick-to-See Smith. In the Second Floor Gallery through June 17. At 335 N. Pattee. Call 728-0447.

Arts Chateau Museum
Annual Youth Art Exhibition, featuring work by elementary, middle and high school students of Butte-Silver Bow. On display through June 2. At 321 W. Broadway in Butte. Call 723-7600.

Blank Canvas
An exhibit of hand-painted furniture and artwork created from vintage architectural pieces by Cindi Jobe, Janie Diettert and Holly Andres. At 725 W. Alder, Suite 10 in the Warehouse Mall. Call 829-1793.

The Catalyst
Recent oil paintings by Fred Aimi. On display through May. At 111 N. Higgins. Call 542-1337.

Catlin Galleries
Paintings and drawing by Bob Phinney. Also, wood relief prints by Kentaro Hara, new paintings by Melanie Alvarez-Catlin and photography by Doug Catlin, along with vintage European lithographs, etchings and stained glass. Reception Friday, June 2 from 5 to 8 p.m. At 241 W. Main Street. Call 327-6688.

Doc’s Gourmet Sandwich Express
3 in 1, black-and-white photographs by Josh Meier. On display through May. At 214 N. Higgins. Call 542-7414.

Hockaday Museum of Art
A Montana Treasure: The Poindexter Collection of the Montana Historical Society, an exhibit of abstract expressionist works, including paintings by Willem de Kooning and Jackson Pollack. Opens Friday, June 2 and remains on view through June 2, 2001. Also, Tim Holmes, featuring works by the titular Helena sculptor. Opens Friday, June 2 and runs through Aug. 26. Plus, Twelve Moons, a series of woodcarvings, each depicting a month of the year, by Bill Ohrmann. Opens June 7. On view through Aug. 26. And finally, Sacred Birds, a collection of more than 40 intaglio prints from the Flathead Valley Community College printmaking program. Opens Friday, May 26 with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. On display through Aug. 15. The new Flathead Valley Featured Artist is Laura Barrett, whose work will be on display from Friday, June 2 through Aug. 26. Now in its final week, Robotic Portraiture, digital graphics by Deena des Rioux. On view through May 27. Plus, an exhibition of new pottery by Flathead Valley Featured Artist Robert Markle. On display through May 27. At 302 Second Street in Kalispell. Call 755-5268.

Indigenous People’s Arts Center
Exhibition of bronze sculpture by Assiniboine artist Ken Grey Elk Martin. At 135 W. Main. Call 728-4722.

Jeannette Rankin Peace Center
Missoula Women for Peace Oral History Project, an exhibition of objects and documents recording the 30-year history of the Missoula Women for Peace activist group. On display through May. At 519 S. Higgins. Call 243-2584.

L.A. Design Gallery
Work by three artist-designers, including silk paintings by Teena Leonardi. On view through May. At 337 E. Broadway. Call 543-5077.

Locos Burritos
Fantasy, sci-fi, pastels and oils on canvas by Josh Abel. On display through May. At 311 N. Higgins. Call 549-6742.

Miss Zula’s
Colorful oils by late-blooming artist Catherine Lunde. At 111 N. Higgins. Call 541-7376.

Missoula Artists’ Cooperative
Habitat Quilt, preview of quilt created by Missoula Peace Quilters for Habitat for Humanity. On display through May, along with works by a host of local artists. At 306 N. Higgins. Call 721-5848.

Monte Dolack Gallery
New prints now on display: Evening in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, commissioned by the Bob Marshall Foundation, and Firewise Communities, commissioned by the National Fire Protective Association for the National Firewise Communities Workshops. At 139 W. Front. Call 549-3248.

Raven Cafe
Oils on canvas, mixed media on wood, and oils on various objects (circuit boards, lazy Susans) by artist-of-the-month Gabe Otto. On display through May. At 130 E. Broadway. Call 829-8188.

Rocky Mountain School of Photography
Young Artists, an exhibit of photographs and other artwork by Sussex School students. On view through May. At 210 North Higgins. Call 543-0171.

Second Thought
Landscape oils by Mark Gutow, and lithographs by Melanie Alvarez-Catlin. On display through May. At 529 S. Higgins. Call 549-2790.

Southgate Mall
Hallways to History: A Photographic Walk Through Missoula’s Past, featuring 90 historic photos on display throughout the mall’s three main hallways. Call 721-5140.

Studio M
Dreaming of My Dream, a show of wood relief prints by Kentaro Hara. On view through May. At 725 W. Alder in the Warehouse Mall. Call 543-1433.

Sutton West Gallery
Art of the Object, featuring recent sculpture by Joe Batt, Steve Glueckert, David Rivers, Wally Warren and George Ybarra. On view through May 30. At 121 W. Broadway. Call 721-5460.

UC Commons & Gardens
In the Commons, selected works from UM students, faculty and alumni, from the permanent collection of the UM Museum of Fine Arts. On permanent display. In the Gardens, Dancing Figure mixed media sculpture by Mary Richards plus Dancing Moon Spirit and Free Spirit, metal sculptures by Daniel Kraus. In the University Center on UM campus. Call 243-4991.

UM Henry Meloy/Paxson Corridor Galleries
Jerome Rankin: A Retrospective, abstractions of Montana’s landscapes by Montana educator and artist Jerome Rankin. On display through June 16. In the PARTV Building. Call 243-2019.

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