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Michael Peed
Listening Man
, 1997, carved wood.
25 x 3 x 8"
Art Museum of Missoula Collection
Purchased with a grant
from the Meadowlark Foundation, 1998

The exhibition is sponsored 
in part by the
 Montana Art Gallery Directors Association.


Montana State University School of Art Faculty

at the
Art Museum of Missoula

July 16 - August 25, 1999, Upstairs Gallery

Artists Reception: First Friday Gallery Night, August 6, 5 - 8 p.m.

"In a place like Montana a university can play a vital, culture-building role. For a good part of this century, raw ranch kinds and small town youth who might have learned in high school that they liked to draw horses or work in clay have found in this university a creative horizon they could not otherwise have imagined. The School of Art at Montana State University has long been an outpost of modernism in the Northern Rockies, opening up this part of the West as a home to progressive art and artists."

-- Gordon McConnell, Senior Curator & Assistant Director, Yellowstone Art Museum, except from Montana State University School of Art Faculty Exhibition catalogue

Artists in the exhibition: John Anacker, Ken Bova, Jeffery Scott Conger, Ann garner, Richard Helzer, Sydney Kurland, Stephanie Newman-James, Francis Noel, Michael Peed, N.R. Pope, Robert Royhl, Harold Schlotzhauer, Jay Schmidt, Willem Volkersz.

 

 

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