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Rickie van Berkum | Raven Ridge Fiber Arts

 

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Evidentia Series - Working in a traditional folk art, Rickie van Berkum explores the importance of using scientific research and analysis to address today’s pressing social and environmental questions. This work brings together her science background and a lifetime of fiber art.  Her pieces are designed to promote conversations about the scientific process, the role of science in making decisions, and the impact of technology on our lives.

(406) 626-4587 | vanberkumfiberart@gmail.com | www.ravenridgefiber.com
 



Liz Chappie Zoller | Pearl Snap Studio, LLC

 

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Liz Chappie Zoller is a contemporary western artist who creates tightly focused, “in the moment” oil paintings of the people, animals and landscapes, filled with vibrant color, bright contrasts and the pure light of Big Sky Country, all sourced from her own Montana life.

Closely cropped images create deliberate tensions against which form, color and light vibrate, to showcase the uncomplicated beauty of western life in a vast and often wild landscape.

Liz Chappie Zoller’s “Montana Life Paintings” celebrate beauty in energetic bites of color, light and life.

(406) 599-3172 | lizchappiezoller@gmail.com 

 

 

Annie Allen Clark | Annie Allen Art

 

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Annie Allen Clark is a visual artist born and raised in Laredo, Montana. She currently reside in Lincoln, Montana living in the mountains and absorbing the beauty that surrounds her. Annie is a teacher, a story teller, a promoter of the human spirit. She devotes much of her time to students, the creation of art, and promoting art and artists in a small town atmosphere.

Annie explores with different mediums and techniques allowing a rich tapestry of color and spirit to prevail in her work. She creates her own dyes and combines these dyes with acrylics and stream water. All dyes are environmentally safe. Water plays a vital role in her compositions. Water reveals a softness, an energetic quality to the surface she’s painting upon. Art allows her to be in tune to the energy that surrounds her. This energy she refers to “being in the flow”.

(406) 431-9479 | sunnybunny60@gmail.com | www.annieallenart.com


 

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