- Event Time 5:00 pm-8:00 pm
- Event Start Date 09/08/2017
- Event Location Emerson Center
The Downtown Bozeman Association and the Emerson host summer Art Walk the second Friday of the summer months. Local galleries show new works by local regional artists as well as offer light snacks. A great opportunity to check out beautiful works of art while mingling with the community!
This month, join us for the opening receptions for in our galleries:
Tad Bradley – Biological Exploration
In the Jessie Wilber and Lobby Galleries
The work within this series is based upon Tad’s fascination with the human body and complexities outside and within. From the imaging that allows us to see within the body to the senses we use to understand our environment, the work will reveal different scales of exploration. One of his goals in creating this work was to analyze how we as humans experience the world, interact with one another, and stand alone as individuals. Tad hope that the work creates curiosity, questions and conversation.
Anne KM Ross – Cut Loose: The Ramblings of a Meticulously Unrestrained Soul
In the Weaver Room Gallery
“Cut Loose” finds the middle ground between unleashed spontaneity and calculated, meticulous efforts. Anne’s process involves specific preparation, mapping and shaping of the canvas, and before any piece is complete there must be a stage where simple physics take control. Anne becomes a curious observer of the dripping, swirling paint, and nothing qualifies as a mistake. Things that were carefully painted in are lost or obscured, and this changes her work for the better. It opens doors via new shapes and themes that emerge for Anne to react to and resolve the piece more masterfully than was possible before.
Art Walks run at the Emerson from 5 – 8pm. See you there!