Art at the Loft September 2017

In August we welcome Joe Weydt, Gail Trenfield, Mary Kelley, all from the Killdeer Artisans Guild. The following are samples of work from each artist:

Joe Weydt

Mary Kelley

Autumn Glory

Looking West on Olson Road

Gail Trenfield

Bass Creek

Dancing Willows

Art at the Loft: Upcoming in the new year

We want to take a minute to feature Cheri McAdam. She will be an upcoming artist in the new year. Here is a bio from the artist:

Cheri McAdam is a self-taught artist who primarily works with Acrylics.  She grew up in small town Clinton, Montana and moved to Missoula 10 years ago where she attended the University of Montana.  Her process as an Artist began as a child spending endless hours daydreaming and sketching.  Cheri is passionately committed sharing her deepest emotions through canvas, paint, and creativity. She looks forward to growing as an artist and an individual.


Art at the Loft – May

In May we welcome Artists Along the Bitterroot.

Artists Along the Bitterroot is a group of thirty professional artists who live between Lolo and Sula. The ABB is sponsoring it’s 9th Studio Tour on June 2, 3, & 4 and on June 9, 10 & 11. We will have our first Fall Tour November 3, 4 &  5. In addition to the Tours Artists Along the Bitterroot also provide educational opportunities in their various fields of the visual arts.

Day & Night

Art at the Loft – April

In April we welcome Akhilesh Boehmler. Here is a note from the artist describing the work.

Explorations in Knotwork

I have been creating knotwork since 2008.  Research upon traditional Celtic designs has inspired me to integrate base knots with contemporary and ancient sigils.  As time progresses my craft matures allowing me to challenge myself and evolve my process.  I am interested in how contrast interacts with the eye and I enjoy showing the purity of ink design.  Therefore all of my knotwork are displayed in black and white.  Each design is heavily drafted in pencil and refined till I am satisfied with the layout.  I then utilize Copic Multiliner Drafting Pens to complete the works.  Tools such as rulers, compass, and protractors are used in the pencil process.  All inking is done entirely freehand.