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  • Hockaday Museum of Art
    Sale Double Visions Ron Echo Ukrainetz Mystery Magic Lee Silliman Members Salon Journey A Painter s Life Karen Leigh Permanent Exhibition Crown of the Continent Events Programs Overview Arts in the Park Blue Star Museums Participant Senior Tour Tea Day Crits Croissants A Saturday Morning Artists Critique A Confluence of Cultures A Jesuit Window into Western Montana Life Book Signing People Before the Park Rachel Warner Winter Art Maker Series Book Signing The Garden of Smiles Gail Hansen Winter Art Maker Series 2016 Annual Meeting Downtown Kalispell Art Walk Education Art Education at the Hockaday Tours Classes Workshops Outreach Programs Artist Opportunities Arts in the Park Artist Wilderness Connection Plein Air Glacier 2016 Members Salon Winter Exhibition Proposals Ways to Support Donate to the Hockaday Small Gift Big Impact Shop Amazon Smile Give Back Become a Member Become an Education Member Sponsorship Opportunities Legacy Society Planned Giving Become a Docent Become a Volunteer Art Room Aid Program News Publications Gift Shop A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park Gift Memberships Books Children s Books Prints Posters Misc Exhibit Catalogs About Us About the Hockaday Museum Collection Board of Directors Staff Volunteers Museum Memberships Affiliations Media Guide FAQ Copyright

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  • Hockaday Museum of Art
    Sale Double Visions Ron Echo Ukrainetz Mystery Magic Lee Silliman Members Salon Journey A Painter s Life Karen Leigh Permanent Exhibition Crown of the Continent Events Programs Overview Arts in the Park Blue Star Museums Participant Senior Tour Tea Day Crits Croissants A Saturday Morning Artists Critique A Confluence of Cultures A Jesuit Window into Western Montana Life Book Signing People Before the Park Rachel Warner Winter Art Maker Series Book Signing The Garden of Smiles Gail Hansen Winter Art Maker Series 2016 Annual Meeting Downtown Kalispell Art Walk Education Art Education at the Hockaday Tours Classes Workshops Outreach Programs Artist Opportunities Arts in the Park Artist Wilderness Connection Plein Air Glacier 2016 Members Salon Winter Exhibition Proposals Ways to Support Donate to the Hockaday Small Gift Big Impact Shop Amazon Smile Give Back Become a Member Become an Education Member Sponsorship Opportunities Legacy Society Planned Giving Become a Docent Become a Volunteer Art Room Aid Program News Publications Gift Shop A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park Gift Memberships Books Children s Books Prints Posters Misc Exhibit Catalogs About Us About the Hockaday Museum Collection Board of Directors Staff Volunteers Museum Memberships Affiliations Media Guide FAQ Copyright

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=6 (2016-02-12)
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  • Overview of Exhibitions at the Hockaday
    Events Programs Overview Arts in the Park Blue Star Museums Participant Senior Tour Tea Day Crits Croissants A Saturday Morning Artists Critique A Confluence of Cultures A Jesuit Window into Western Montana Life Book Signing People Before the Park Rachel Warner Winter Art Maker Series Book Signing The Garden of Smiles Gail Hansen Winter Art Maker Series 2016 Annual Meeting Downtown Kalispell Art Walk Education Art Education at the Hockaday Tours Classes Workshops Outreach Programs Artist Opportunities Arts in the Park Artist Wilderness Connection Plein Air Glacier 2016 Members Salon Winter Exhibition Proposals Ways to Support Donate to the Hockaday Small Gift Big Impact Shop Amazon Smile Give Back Become a Member Become an Education Member Sponsorship Opportunities Legacy Society Planned Giving Become a Docent Become a Volunteer Art Room Aid Program News Publications Gift Shop A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park Gift Memberships Books Children s Books Prints Posters Misc Exhibit Catalogs About Us About the Hockaday Museum Collection Board of Directors Staff Volunteers Museum Memberships Affiliations Media Guide FAQ Copyright Policy Online Accessibility Policy Kalispell Culture The Museums of Kalispell Links Contact Us Shopping cart Units Item Price Delete Total 0 00 CHECK OUT A A A Exhibitions at the Hockaday Shadow Catcher Harry Lee Harpster Jr January 7 2016 February 20 2016 Before It Was Montana Various Artists January 26 2016 February 27 2016 Lines of All Kinds Children s Art Exhibition February 25 2016 March 26 2016 Source Jury Smith March 3 2016 April 30 2016 Subarashi Erin Tapley March 3 2016 April 30 2016 New Artists 2016 High School Students Art Exhibition March 31 2016 May 7 2016 An Exhibition By Paul Surber May 5 2016 June 25 2016 Above the Fruited Plain Dwayne Wilcox May 5 2016 June 25 2016 Patterns

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=253&page_content=Overview%2Dof%2DExhibitions%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday (2016-02-12)
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  • Glacier National Park Mural Restoration at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    cart Units Item Price Delete Total 0 00 CHECK OUT A A A Glacier National Park Mural Restoration Project First four fully restored mural s on permanent display at the Hockaday Museum of Art Fifth and Sixth fully restored murals on loan to the O Shaughnessy Center of Whitefish Grinnell Lake Area in Many Glacier 51 x 79 Artist unknown Tempera on Canvas Restoration by Joe Abbrescia Jr Mountain Village 51 x 93 Artist unknown Tempera on Canvas Restoration by Joe Abbrescia Jr Mountain Landscape 50 51 x 138 Artist unknown Tempera on Canvas Restoration by Joe Abbrescia Jr installed May 2 2014 Lake McDonald Area 51 x 90 Artist unknown Tempera on Canvas Restoration by Joe Abbrescia Jr installed January 12 2016 at the O Shaughnessy Center in Whitefish MT Glaciers in the High Country 51 x 108 Artist unknown Tempera on Canvas Restoration by Joe Abbrescia Jr installed January 12 2016 at the O Shaughnessy Center in Whitefish MT Above work in progress on the first fully restored mural Photos Patrick Cote Daily Inter Lake About the Murals Early visitors to Glacier Park Lodge were treated to architectural and visual grandeur inside the building that was almost as expansive as the surrounding landscape Louis Hill President of the Great Northern Railway favored eclectic Victorian and Western themes and filled the Lodge with paintings photographs and artifacts The murals were commissioned to fill the long horizontal spaces above the wainscoting The murals appear to be created from photographs and were painted using water based tempera on canvas stretched on panel The scenic panels covered hundreds of square feet and appeared in a 1939 Glacier Park Lodge inventory as 51 watercolor panels There is some evidence that John Fery the most famous of the Glacier National Park artists intended to

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=504&page_content=Glacier%2DNational%2DPark%2DMural%2DRestoration%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Shadow Catcher - Harry Lee Harpster, Jr. Exhibition at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    Art Maker Series Book Signing The Garden of Smiles Gail Hansen Winter Art Maker Series 2016 Annual Meeting Downtown Kalispell Art Walk Education Art Education at the Hockaday Tours Classes Workshops Outreach Programs Artist Opportunities Arts in the Park Artist Wilderness Connection Plein Air Glacier 2016 Members Salon Winter Exhibition Proposals Ways to Support Donate to the Hockaday Small Gift Big Impact Shop Amazon Smile Give Back Become a Member Become an Education Member Sponsorship Opportunities Legacy Society Planned Giving Become a Docent Become a Volunteer Art Room Aid Program News Publications Gift Shop A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park Gift Memberships Books Children s Books Prints Posters Misc Exhibit Catalogs About Us About the Hockaday Museum Collection Board of Directors Staff Volunteers Museum Memberships Affiliations Media Guide FAQ Copyright Policy Online Accessibility Policy Kalispell Culture The Museums of Kalispell Links Contact Us Shopping cart Units Item Price Delete Total 0 00 CHECK OUT A A A Shadow Catcher Harry Lee Harpster Jr On Exhibit January 7 February 20 2016 Opening Reception Thursday January 14 2016 5 00 7 00 PM Admission Members Free Non members 10 Harry Lee Harpster Jr About the Exhibit The Hockaday Museum of Art announces Shadow Catcher the first in a series of exhibitions showcasing its recently acquired collection of Harry Lee Harpster Jr photographs to be on display January 7 through February 20 2016 In 2010 the Hockaday purchased his photographic estate of approximately 2700 black and white gelatin silver prints tens of thousands of 35mm black and white negatives over 500 4x5 negatives and miscellaneous family snapshots and memorabilia After extensive cataloguing and receiving a grant from the Montana History Foundation the Museum has planned three introductory exhibitions of these works beginning in 2016 Margaret S Davis guest curator for

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=573&page_content=Shadow%2DCatcher%2D%2D%2DHarry%2DLee%2DHarpster%2C%2DJr%2E%2DExhibition%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Before It Was Montana Exhibition at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    Signing People Before the Park Rachel Warner Winter Art Maker Series Book Signing The Garden of Smiles Gail Hansen Winter Art Maker Series 2016 Annual Meeting Downtown Kalispell Art Walk Education Art Education at the Hockaday Tours Classes Workshops Outreach Programs Artist Opportunities Arts in the Park Artist Wilderness Connection Plein Air Glacier 2016 Members Salon Winter Exhibition Proposals Ways to Support Donate to the Hockaday Small Gift Big Impact Shop Amazon Smile Give Back Become a Member Become an Education Member Sponsorship Opportunities Legacy Society Planned Giving Become a Docent Become a Volunteer Art Room Aid Program News Publications Gift Shop A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park Gift Memberships Books Children s Books Prints Posters Misc Exhibit Catalogs About Us About the Hockaday Museum Collection Board of Directors Staff Volunteers Museum Memberships Affiliations Media Guide FAQ Copyright Policy Online Accessibility Policy Kalispell Culture The Museums of Kalispell Links Contact Us Shopping cart Units Item Price Delete Total 0 00 CHECK OUT A A A Before It Was Montana Various Artists On Exhibit January 26 February 27 2016 About the Exhibit The nomadic people of the Plains created art that was both functional and beautiful Each item

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  • Lines of All Kinds - Children's Art Exhibition at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    Programs Artist Opportunities Arts in the Park Artist Wilderness Connection Plein Air Glacier 2016 Members Salon Winter Exhibition Proposals Ways to Support Donate to the Hockaday Small Gift Big Impact Shop Amazon Smile Give Back Become a Member Become an Education Member Sponsorship Opportunities Legacy Society Planned Giving Become a Docent Become a Volunteer Art Room Aid Program News Publications Gift Shop A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park Gift Memberships Books Children s Books Prints Posters Misc Exhibit Catalogs About Us About the Hockaday Museum Collection Board of Directors Staff Volunteers Museum Memberships Affiliations Media Guide FAQ Copyright Policy Online Accessibility Policy Kalispell Culture The Museums of Kalispell Links Contact Us Shopping cart Units Item Price Delete Total 0 00 CHECK OUT A A A Lines of All Kinds Children s Art Exhibition On Exhibit February 25 March 26 2016 Opening Reception Thursday February 25 2016 5 00 7 00 PM Admission Free Open to the Public Elk Creek Abbigail Kirkland Hockaday Art Student age 8 2nd Grade Watercolor markers 10 x 14 The Colorful Bear Alexa Grangroth Ruder Elementary age 8 2nd Grade Colored pencil 9 x 12 About the Exhibit In art a line is the path of a moving point Lines can show length width and direction They can be thick thin straight or curvy They can define the edges of an object or can be used to create texture Artists use line to convey movement and mood Sometimes lines are only implied For this exhibition children in kindergarten through eighth grade have provided an endless number of ways to show how lines are used in the creation of art Participation Kindergarten through eighth grade students are eligible to participate in this exhibition Artwork must have been created September 2015 February 2016 Limit of

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=574&page_content=Lines%2Dof%2DAll%2DKinds%2D%2D%2DChildren%27s%2DArt%2DExhibition%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Source by Jury Smith - An Exhibition at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    in the Park Artist Wilderness Connection Plein Air Glacier 2016 Members Salon Winter Exhibition Proposals Ways to Support Donate to the Hockaday Small Gift Big Impact Shop Amazon Smile Give Back Become a Member Become an Education Member Sponsorship Opportunities Legacy Society Planned Giving Become a Docent Become a Volunteer Art Room Aid Program News Publications Gift Shop A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park Gift Memberships Books Children s Books Prints Posters Misc Exhibit Catalogs About Us About the Hockaday Museum Collection Board of Directors Staff Volunteers Museum Memberships Affiliations Media Guide FAQ Copyright Policy Online Accessibility Policy Kalispell Culture The Museums of Kalispell Links Contact Us Shopping cart Units Item Price Delete Total 0 00 CHECK OUT A A A Source Jury Smith On Exhibit March 3 April 30 2016 Opening Reception Thursday March 3 2016 5 00 7 00 PM Admission Members Free Non members 10 Ledge II Midnight Sun Earthenware and glaze 19 x 26 x 10 Blue Grey Orange Shift Earthenware and glaze 17 x 26 x 9 Ledge I Green Flash Earthenware and glaze 18 x 26 x 9 About the Exhibit Source focuses on attentive viewing The sculptures comprising the exhibition aim to explore formal attributes of scale complexity temperature saturation and so on and seek to investigate how these attributes work together to inform perception The exhibition also highlights the relationship between viewing duration and perception from a philosophical viewpoint and a purely aesthetic view Source is an exhibit of reductive and process driven earthenware clay sculpture created by Jury Smith who is an Assistant Professor of Ceramics at Saint Joseph s University in Philadelphia Pennsylvania Works in this exhibition explore a high spatial contrast linear glazing system whereby atmospheric perspective and placement of linear components referencing horizon or water

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=576&page_content=Source%2Dby%2DJury%2DSmith%2D%2D%2DAn%2DExhibition%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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