At 407 West Main St., Hamilton. 363–4764.
Showing the work of Missoula ceramist Dawn Podolske and Bigfork watercolorist Pam Morris, in separate and collaborative pieces. Holiday gift ideas galore! 111 N. Higgins. 549-3596.
The Artists’ Shop
The Artists’ Shop invites Missoula to the annual year-end group show, Collaborations. Members of the artists’ co-op collaborate on mixed media pieces including leather masks, glass and iron furniture, sculpture, papier maché vessels and more. Also on display, porcelain sculpture by Georgia Mann and work by other area artists and craftsmen. At 306 N. Higgins.
Art Museum of Missoula
Anne Appleby and Wes Mills Exhibition, a two–person exhibition of drawings, paintings and prints by Montana artists. Show runs through Jan. 5, 2002. Also, John Hooton: Hyaku Me, an installation of 100 photographs of eyes taken by Hooton since 1989. Also, Noellynn Pepos Exhibition (through Jan. 11, 2002) At 335 N. Pattee. 728–0447.
A Celebration of Winter, featuring artwork by 5–8 year olds from local schools. Our reviewer found the works “bright and imaginative.” At 190 S. Third St. W. 728–1358.
Birnbaum’s Broadway Frame
331 E. Broadway. 721–6026.
At 223 Railroad Street. 721-0591.
Buffalo Jump Gallery
At 3946 Hwy. 93 in Stevensville. 777–2066.
Emma Jo Productions presents Dog Show, black and white dog photography, from Dec. 1–31. Also, The Atlantic Hotel Collective mixed media. 232 N. Higgins. 728–8780.
This month features a collection of photographs by Missoula resident David Morris, documenting his recent travels in the Andes (where he and friends traveled by bicycle with a “laughable” road map) and Tibet, where he was “guiding” a group of high school students in an area completely unknown to him. At 111 N. Higgins. 542–1337.
Celebrating the holidays with Portraits by Melanie Alvarez-Catlin. Ms. Catlin will also do portraits from 3–9 PM for the First Night (New Year’s) Celebration. At 241 W. Main. 327–6688.
Counting Coup Gallery
Ongoing displays of contemporary and traditional Native American art. The gallery provides a place for Native American artists to sell and receive fair compensation for their work. The Gallery will be closing at the end of the month. At 135 E. Main. 728–4722.
Fine art glass work by artist and proprietor Mark Capel. At 123 W. Main. 721–2333.
Horizontal Projections, an exhibit of new concrete sculptures by Missoula artist Jonathan Qualben. On display through December. At 123 W. Broadway. 721–3154.
New artist-run space featuring rotating shows of visual and performing arts by local and international artists. At 314 N. First W. 721–1416.
Fox Artist Studio & Gallery
At 408 Second Ave. North, Hot Springs (behind the Symes Hotel). 741–5503.
The Historic Kalispell Mercantile (KM) Building
When Kalispell was founded in 1891 as a railroad town, the mercantile quickly followed. Built in 1892, the Kalispell Mercantile was the largest mercantile in northwestern Montana for decades. Visitors are welcome to browse the halls to see vintage finds and photos on display. 755–1111.
Hockaday Museum of Art
Exhibits include: Warhol and Company—Works on Paper, Pat Kikut: Working Hives, Small Tales from the Big Sky and Riebe and Bruns: Flathead Clay IV. 302 Second St. in Kalispell. 755–5268.
Isis Studio Gallery
At the old Dixon Store on Hwy. 200 in Dixon. 246–2787.
Jeannette Rankin Peace Center
This month features an extraordinary feast for the eyes and heart in our front window. Missoula artist Hadley Ferguson has installed a flock of thousands of brightly colored, hanging origami paper cranes, the traditional symbol of peace in Japan. This installation is part of a larger peace memorial to children throughout the world, which Hadley exhibited at the University of Montana to rave reviews some time ago. Also featured, the ceramics, textiles and jewelry of global artisans. At 519 S. Higgins. 543–3955.
This month featuring Milburn, an older, misunderstood fly fisherman with a bad comb–over and tired flies. Come visit Milburn, created by Laughing Boy owner Kent Epler, at 259 W. Front St. 543–0677.
Marianne’s at the Wilma
Featuring prints by St. Louis-born artist John Forrest Bohman. At 131 S. Higgins. 543–0915.
Presenting Roberta King, original art and limited prints, Dec. 7–24. At 702 SW Higgins Ave. 542–0046.
Missoula Artists’ Shop Co–Op
At 306 N. Higgins. 543–0975.
Paintings by Cindy Knutsen which express the interpretive powers of color and spontaneity. At 111 N. Higgins. 541–7376.
Monte Dolack Gallery
Ongoing displays of prints by Monte Dolack and other artists. At 139 W. Front. 549–3248.
Mystic Mind Emporium
Featuring original landscapes by local artist Peter Romanov Kola. At 525 S. Higgins. 829–0402.
The New Black Dog Café
At 138 W. Broadway. 543-6213.
The New Crystal Theatre
The “Crystal Cave” is proud to present works of mixed media art by Shawna Boyce and paintings by Gavin Hudgeons. Also showing (possibly) is the work of mixed media artist Kathleen Bleecker. At 515 S. Higgins Ave. 728–5748.
Ponderosa Art Gallery
At 944 Springhill Road in Hamilton. 375–1212.
Ravalli County Museum
205 Bedford, Hamilton. 363–3338 or 821–3666.
Featured this month: Works by Matt Brown. At 130 E. Broadway. 327–7407.
Rocky Mountain Museum of Military History
Ongoing exhibits on World War II’s 1st Special Service Force and the Civilian Conservation Corps. At Building T–310 at Fort Missoula. 549–5346.
Rocky Mountain School of Photography
Tibetan Portrait: The Power of Compassion, an exhibit by Seattle photographer Phil Borges. Powerful photographs and stories of the Tibetan people and culture under Chinese occupation. At 210 N. Higgins Ave., Suite 101. 543–0171.
Shakespeare and Co.
At 525 N. Higgins.
Ongoing exhibit called Hallways to History: A Photographic Walk Through Missoula’s Past, features 90 historic photos on display throughout the mall’s three main hallways. 721–5140.
Sutton West Gallery
From Dec. 5–31 Montana Journey, featuring the work of Marsha Davis, Karen Leigh and Corinne Lundgren. At 121 W. Broadway. 721–5460.
At the University Center Gallery, UC Room 104. 243–4991.
UM Gallery of Visual Arts
In the UM Social Science Building. 243–2813.