Call to Artists: The Bozeman Public Library Art Committee has made the selections for the 2015 Atrium Gallery Exhibition Series. The Atrium Gallery showcases both traditional and innovative contemporary art forms, with each exhibit on display for one to three months. The Library is committed to exhibits that will expand the public’s appreciation of art as well as reflecting the diversity of the community. Selections are chosen by the Library Art Committee, consisting of local artists, community members, and staff from the Library and Library Foundation. Submissions for 2016 will be accepted starting January 1, 2014, due on APRIL 30, 2015. Incomplete or late submissions will not be considered. To learn more, please see the exhibit proposal guidelines, or contact Paula Beswick, Library Foundation Director at 582-2426 or email@example.com.
Exhibit Proposal Guidelines
Adair Peck’s creative and colorful papier mache life-sized trophy animal heads now adorn the walls of the Bozeman Public Library’s Atrium Gallery. This unique show will be on exhibit through December 30. Join the Bozeman Public Library Foundation for the Artist Opening Reception on Friday, December 5, 6:00-7:30 p.m., free and open to the public. “My work resonates with both children…and to the discerning interior decorators eye” said Peck who has figurative work that was both popular in school art auctions, as well as on the larger walls of the Yellowstone Club. Her creations are inspired by personalities and facial expressions of many of the people and animals she sees every day, as well as the legacy and lifestyle of ranchers and hunters. Peck finds the medium both meticulous and meditative adding “As I sculpt, I allow some of the lumpier forms to coexist with more refined details, allowing the personality of my subjects to emerge. We live in a rare place, where daily life is infused with western traditions, surrounded by beautiful wilderness and vast sky. By reinterpreting objects such as trophy heads, I hope to give the viewer a fresh, humorous take on our shared cultural inheritance,” added Peck.
The Bozeman Sculpture Park has merged with Gallatin Art Crossing to create an outdoor sculpture park that engages Bozeman residents and visitors with the work of leading sculptors in a lovely natural setting, and promotes Bozeman’s cultural profile in the northwestern region of the United States.
The Gallatin Art Crossing is a unique outdoor sculpture exhibit located in downtown Bozeman, The exhibit hosts a variety of artwork, introducing viewers to many artisic approaches.
Exploring the Arts is an educational-based series sponsored by the Bozeman Public Library Foundation that combines artistic performance/demonstration with an educational component and/or audience interaction. The Foundation is currently accepting proposals for Spring 2011. Contact the Library Foundation for more information.
Exploring the Arts Guidelines