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Samantha Hall – Sammy Jo was raised in Southern California, and Boise Idaho. Living in four different states, among nine cities she has found Bozeman to be centered in the most naturally inspiring areas. Picking up a camera less than six months ago, she found a new passion for capturing Bozeman via lens. Thanks to [...]Continue Reading →
Greg Swain was raised in the suburban shoreline setting of Fairfield, CT where he began his journey as an artist. After graduating high school he travelled throughout the country in search of a new inspirational home. Upon arriving in Bozeman, MT he was captivated by the amazing mountainous landscapes and majestic skies. Taking influences from [...]Continue Reading →
Photography was something Patrick Clayton fell into, his first passion was shooting underwater images of our native trout species swimming in their natural environments. In recent years Patrick has enjoyed learning new equipment and techniques, working in all sorts of different genres of photography. From the elegant perfection of photographing birds in flight to the [...]Continue Reading →
Pam Earleywine spent all of her rainy day time as a child and teenager drawing everything she saw. Although primarily self-taught, Pam studied the effects of light on color extensively.
In the 1980s and 1990s Pam produced a large volume of work, showing at such places as Ellensburg, WA and Portland, Or. Her work is [...]Continue Reading →
SpeKatlaS is a collaboration of creation that started in 2006 in Honolulu HI, with artists Scott McGann and Duban Guerrero. The majority of their work is done in a cooperative style, working on pieces together and trading them back and forth. In 2010 the two artists moved to Bozeman (Scott’s hometown) where they formed a [...]Continue Reading →
Jarrod Eastman feels a great connectedness to the energy that embodies creativity. It is through this energy that his work pervades a sense of possibility and imagination. The dialogue that takes place between the artist and the canvas is as important as the interaction between the canvas and its viewer. This is how art is [...]Continue Reading →
Jessica McGlothlin, owner of Fire Girl Photography, is a freelance photojournalist and writer. Montana is home but she is a wanderer at heart. Her most recent adventure took her to an extremely remote fly fishing camp above the Arctic Circle on Russia’s Kola Peninsula for six weeks. She has also recently relocated to northwestern Wyoming [...]Continue Reading →
Amanda Wilner grew up on the east coast, in Washington, DC, went to college in Philadelphia at the University of Pennsylvania and majored in Architecture. Her talent is evident in her work – she understands drawing, composition, and scale. She continued on with her studies at the New York Studio School, Vermont Studio School and [...]Continue Reading →