March Shows at the Lewistown Art Center
IN THE WINDOWS
The weather hasn’t quite gotten the memo yet, but spring has sprung at the LAC! We’ve changed out our winter windows for something a little brighter and we’re looking at these artists in a whole new light! Cindy Eve is a Great Falls based potter who makes functional and intricate homegoods including vases, mugs, plates, and soap dispensers. Her green-glazed series is rich and plant-like, and the perfect addition to a “natural” themed space.
In the corner window, we’re celebrating the art of woodworking with turned vases, bowls, and plates from Gary Levine and local artist Randy Hoch. In addition, we have some beautiful sculptural pieces from Marv Hofer, as well as lilac walking sticks carved from local wood. These artists show us diverse approaches to a single material, and the results are stunning. Stop in to shop these understated pieces today!
Chokecherry Cookbook Submissions
The Lewistown Art Center is getting ready to publish a new, amazing Chokecherry Cookbook! A celebration of all things local cuisine, this cookbook will feature YOUR recipes for everything from syrup to salad dressings, marinades to meringues!
Do you have a old family recipe? A new cocktail idea? Send it in to the Art Center before April 1st to be included! As an incentive for some of our more… difficult… categories, submit a recipe for one of the following by April 1st and we'll enter your name in a drawing to win a FREE 1st Edition Cookbook!!, Appetizers and Side Dishes, Main Dishes, Cocktails, Breads & Rolls, Non-food recipes.
Email submissions to email@example.com or give us a call for more info - 406-535-8278.
March is a special month in the Wilkins Gallery as we celebrate the diversity of Central Montana culture. From Delaine Johnson’s quick and complex puzzles to Jane Olson’s intricate pencil drawings of monumental grain elevators, there’s no one way to make art! Our three exhibitions, “Causality,” “Hands on Art,” and Delaine Johnson’s puzzles might be the most diverse exhibit in the state right now, with more than 15 different kinds of artwork represented (I counted with the Judith Gap elementary students last week).
This month is already speeding by, so come brighten these early days of spring with this COLORFUL exhibit, and learn more about what your neighbors are making!