Opening reception for a collaborative project by Montana artists, Meghan Purcell (Fiber Art) and Lauren Lipscomb (Photography). Through this multi-media exhibit, the artists provide a glimpse into the responsible farming practices of six Montana sheep farms, the economic and political landscape of Sheep Ranching in Montana, and an iconic way of life lead by integrity and hard work.
Held in The Weaver Room at The Emerson Center for Art and Culture in Bozeman, MT.
Exhibit runs from May 12 - June 30, 2017.
Fifteen of Livingston's accomplished artists, including Meghan Purcell's felted wool art, will be displaying a variety of mediums in a group exhibition taking place at the Lincoln School Gallery.
Opening reception: August 19th at 5:30. Drinks, snacks, and live music will be provided.
The show will be on public display through August 26.
The Lincoln School is located at 215 East Lewis St. (B Street & Lewis).
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Held at the Adams Center, this event is the largest alternative art market in Montana. It will be featuring 150 unique and one-of-a-kind, local and regional artists.
Meghan will have her fiber art and prints of her 2-D work on display and for purchase at this event.
For more info. on this event, click here.
Select pieces of Meghan Purcell's fiber work will be on display as part of a collective viewing of "The Future is Female", an all-women art show. This show will be "Featuring some of the most exciting female artists from Bozeman as well as all over Montana, and even a few outside of it", as presented and hosted by Bozeman's own, The Cottonwood Club.
213 S. Wallace Ave. Bozeman, Montana