Art Galleries

Emily Coleman Emily S. Colman / Rainbows Landing Pottery

The functional stoneware pieces are all food and dishwasher safe. Functional stoneware is beautiful, long-lasting and makes a wonderful special gift for yourself or a friend. All pieces are fired to a mid-range to the highest firing temperatures. Various firing techniques are used for the sculptural work, but they are usually high- fired in salt or wood soda environments, or gas reduction fired.
Artisan Emily S. Coleman has signed all the individually hand-thrown pieces. She has been making art professionally since 1972, having ventured into stoneware more recently. A graduate of the Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, Massachusetts, Ms. Coleman began studying pottery with raku potter Bob Green at the Shelburne Craft School in Shelburne, VT. She also worked in the pottery studio of Judith Bryant of Lincoln Potters in Lincoln, VT, and apprenticed with teacher Mary Jane Neal of the Mt. Mansfield Union High School Art Department in Jericho, VT. Ms. Coleman holds an MEd. from the University of Vermont. After moving to Montana, she studied as a community class student at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts in Helena, from 2004-2006. During that period she studied with resident artists Curtis Stewardson, Albion Stafford, Gerrit Grimm, Deborah Schwartzkopf , Trey Hill, and participated in a kiln-building workshop with Ben Krupka. Most recently she has attended ceramics classes at Montana State University with Asst Profs. Josh DeWeese and Elizabeth Sparks, from 2007-2011, and has shown in group and solo shows at the University. In addition to selling her work at farmers markets in Monatana, and at selected shows in the northwest, she teaches adult and student pottery classes at her studio in Emigrant, MT, RainbowsLanding Studios.

Art Galleries

Yellowstone Gallery and Framework

P.O.Box 472/ 216 Park Street
Gardiner, Montana 59030

406-848-7306

B civilized
113 West Park Street Livingston, Montana 59047
Phone:406-222-5996

Gwen Strachan Owner
Contemporary Art and Fair trade hand made objects

Danforth Gallery
106 North Main Street
Livingston, Montana 59047
Phone: 406-222-6510

The Danforth/PCFA Mission is to nurture the creation and awareness of art by providing opportunities for contemporary artists and by offering innovative outreach programs, so that our community, especially our youth, can realize the importance of art in their lives.

Emily Coleman Emily S. Colman / Rainbows Landing Pottery

The functional stoneware pieces are all food and dishwasher safe. Functional stoneware is beautiful, long-lasting and makes a wonderful special gift for yourself or a friend. All pieces are fired to a mid-range to the highest firing temperatures. Various firing techniques are used for the sculptural work, but they are usually high- fired in salt or wood soda environments, or gas reduction fired.
Artisan Emily S. Coleman has signed all the individually hand-thrown pieces. She has been making art professionally since 1972, having ventured into stoneware more recently. A graduate of the Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, Massachusetts, Ms. Coleman began studying pottery with raku potter Bob Green at the Shelburne Craft School in Shelburne, VT. She also worked in the pottery studio of Judith Bryant of Lincoln Potters in Lincoln, VT, and apprenticed with teacher Mary Jane Neal of the Mt. Mansfield Union High School Art Department in Jericho, VT. Ms. Coleman holds an MEd. from the University of Vermont. After moving to Montana, she studied as a community class student at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts in Helena, from 2004-2006. During that period she studied with resident artists Curtis Stewardson, Albion Stafford, Gerrit Grimm, Deborah Schwartzkopf , Trey Hill, and participated in a kiln-building workshop with Ben Krupka. Most recently she has attended ceramics classes at Montana State University with Asst Profs. Josh DeWeese and Elizabeth Sparks, from 2007-2011, and has shown in group and solo shows at the University. In addition to selling her work at farmers markets in Monatana, and at selected shows in the northwest, she teaches adult and student pottery classes at her studio in Emigrant, MT, RainbowsLanding Studios.

Frame Garden
110 East Calender Street Livingston, Montana
Phone: 406-222-5222

A contemporary fine art gallery with full service custom framing.

Garre Fine Art Garre Fine Art
112 North Main Street
Livingston, Montana 59047
Phone: 406-222-7847

Lifelong artists John Garre and Karen Garre have lived and worked in Montana for over a decade. Their distinctly untamed interpretations of the American West adorn the walls of prestigious homes and businesses across the nation. Their finest works are available at the Garre Fine Art gallery in the heart of historic downtown Livingston, Montana. Original oil, pastels and watercolors by John and Karen Garre.

Hrasky Fine Art Hrasky Fine Art
105 West Lewis Street
Livingston, Montana 59047
Phone: 406-222-2262

Sheila K. Hrasky Fine Art

Livingston Center for Art and Culture
119 South Main Street, Livingston, Montana 59047
Phone: 406.222.5222

The Livingston Center is a newly formed non-profit organization dedicated to providing an opportunity for artists and professionals to share their skills and talents with the residents of Park and the neighboring counties. Our Center provides a location for classes, a meeting and gathering space for educational interchange, and an exhibition gallery for artists’ and students’ works. For more information please contact 222.5222 or drop by the Center Tuesday through Saturday 11:00 to 5:00 p.m.

Mordam Art Mordam Art
109 South Main Street, Livingston, Montana 59047
Phone: 406.222.0321

Parke Goodman Studio, Gallery and Bonnifed Designs, featuring hand made glass beads by Bonnie Goodwoman.

Paradise Gallery Paradise Gallery
210 Park Street, Gardiner, Montana 59030
Phone: 406-848-9155
Email: carol@theparadisegallery.com

The Art of Carol Newbury Howe and other local artists
Carol’s works are collected worldwide with several collectors owning over 125 works at last count. She was commissioned to paint two Miss America’s and her fine art is published by Paradise Gallery and Gifts. She and her gallery are located in beautiful Gardiner, Montana, at the Arch Enterance to Yellowstone Park.

Paradise Print Gallery
223 South Main Street Livingston, Montana 59047
Phone: 406-222-5974 or 800-313-6078
Lost Fish by Parks Reese Parks Reece Gallery
119 South Main Street Livingston, Montana 59047
Phone: 406.222.5724
Open: 11:00am to 5:00pm Tues-Sat

Original Paintings, Lithographs and Reproductions
Born January 19, 1954 in Wilkesboro, North Carolina, in the Blue Ridge region of the Appalachian Mountains to Scotch-Irish parents, I was indoctrinated into the arts and was an active member of the art community. Some of my most vivid memories are of finger-painting at age 6 with my mother, Gwyn Finley Reece under the tutelage of Ruth Shaw, the originator of the finger-painting medium. I went on to attend East Carolina University, the Universidad National in Costa Rica, and attained my Bachelor of Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute.
For almost 30 years I have roamed the mountains, rivers and taverns of Southwest Montana, often in pursuit of wild game and fish. My gallery is located in historic downtown Livingston where you can view my newest work.

The highly acclaimed book, Call of the Wild The Art of Parks Reece, featuring the first published collection of the wit and works of Parks Reece is also available at the gallery.

Paul Krapf Art Studio And Gallery Paul Krapf Art Studio And Gallery
1099 Hyway US 89 (Mile Marker 11)
Gardiner, Montana 59030
Phone: 406-848-7750, 406-848-2416
Reed Lehman Pottery
Callender Street Livingston, Montana 59047
Shining Mountain Gallery
1390 East River Road Pray, Montana 59027
Phone: 406.333.4704 or 877.974.6464
Visions West Gallery
108 South Main Street, Livingston, Montana 59047
Phone: 406.222.0337

Fine art with an emphasis on western and wildlife motifs. “We represent both traditional and contemporary genres with both established, nationally recognized artists as well as talented emerging artists.”