found at The Gallery
lovers and artists alike will enjoy the offering at
The Gallery. Artwork using various media is displayed
and for sale at The Gallery, with a different artist
featured each month.
of artwork displayed include paintings in oil, watercolor,
acrylic and pastels, pen and ink, charcoal, pottery,
prints, photographs, leather work, jewelry of various
kinds, agate work, Montana books, original greeting
cards and more. It is a great spot to pick up an original
Gallery can be found at 109 N. Merrill Avenue. It
is operated by members of Dawson County Arts Unlimited
and features many Montana artists, including a number
of local artists.
wildlife scenes of local resident Gert Houtari, paintings
by Doris Storlie of Glendive, Western and wildlife
art by Michael Meissner and watercolors by Margaret
Swift of North Dakota, oils by Twyla Keller and wood
items by Phil Rosine are all on display now at The
Gallery. There is also western art by Mary Quintus.
The Gallery also has developed a permanent art collection
including an artistically finished 42-inch fiberglass
paddlefish which was part of the Hooked on Paddlefish
project sponsored by the DCAU in 2006.
Gallery is operated on a volunteer basis by members
of DCAU with assistance from members of the Retired
and Senior Volunteer Program and other volunteers
from the community.
in 1991, Dawson County Arts Unlimited was established
as a nonprofit educational organization and is dedicated
to promoting the arts in all their forms.
Gallery has tours for students, and often showcases
the works of both high school and elementary school
artists. Visitors are always welcome, so please stop
by and visit The Gallery to see the artwork offered.
To learn more, see the Web site at www.DCAUgallery.org.
Gallery is open Monday through Friday from noon until
4 p.m., and sometimes on Saturday afternoons. Admission
is free and special hours can be arranged by appointment
by calling The Gallery at 377-6508.