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  • Echo Ukrainetz at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 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 Echo Ukrainetz Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Echo Ukrainetz is a native Montanan and has been interested in art for as long as she can remember Her favorite classes throughout school involved drawing and design She has never taken a class in batik and has learned through trial and error Over the years she has learned how to manipulate the wax and dye to create desired effects however it is very unpredictable Echo and her husband Ron spend time in Glacier Park

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  • Rachel Warner at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Rachel Warner Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Rachel Warner or Rusti to her friends is a fifth generation Montanan Family heritage has been an important influence in her life She says My Grandma and Grandpa raised cattle my Mom KC was an engineer on the railroad and my Uncle is a logger Warner lives on her grandparents ranch property in Columbia Falls Montana where she recently built a large barn studio She has been drawing and painting since childhood and of her life in art she exclaims The old saying is When did you become an artist I didn t become an artist I just didn t quit Early years living in Havre Montana exposed her to Native American culture The influence on her art has been profound One of the greatest impacts on her life has been her decades long relationship with one of Montana s most famous artists Russell Chatham He was a friend of her mother s when she was working for the railroad in Livingston Montana His support over the years has guided her growth as an artist Their shared tonalist painting styles often encourage comparison although Warner

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=626&mother=583&page_content=Rachel%2DWarner%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Sarah Woods at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Sarah Woods Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Sarah Woods has always attributed her use of crisp bold colors and dramatic lighting to her life at high altitude She grew up in southern Wyoming hunting and fishing alongside her father and brothers She attended the University of Wyoming graduationg with a BFA For the last 25 years Woods has lived in Westcliffe Colorado in a scenic valley at the foot of the Sangre de Cristos Mountains A place where cattle outnumber the people and the county is still without a stoplight The area is rich in wildlife and beautiful vistas the perfect home for a wildlife artist Sarah feels fortunate to be a part of such great shows as the National Museum of Wildlife Art s Western Visions Cheyenne Frontier Days Show and Sale Birds in Art Masterworks in Miniature and Art the Animal Kingdom as well as exhibiting with the Society of Animal Artists and American Women Artists She was seven times included in the Arts for the Parks competition twice as an award winner garnering both the Juror s Choice and Founder s Favorite Awards She has been commissioned by corporations organizations and individuals nationwide Her paintings hang in the permanent collections of museums such as the Bennington Center for the Arts 17 paintings and the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum Sarah s artwork was chosen for the Colorado Duck Stamp as well as Colorado Ducks Unlimited National Pheasants Forever National Wildlife Federation Wyoming Wildlife Federation Colorado Wildlife Federation and Environmental Defense Fund Sarah recently celebrated her twenty seventh year with

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=627&mother=583&page_content=Sarah%2DWoods%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Deborah Berniklau at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Deborah Berniklau Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Deborah Berniklau hails from New Mexico the Land of Enchantment Since a childhood filled with chalk drawings on her driveway art has been the driving force of her life After noticing her special talent her parents encouraged private lessons and her life s mission soon took hold Berniklau later graduated with a BFA in illustration from the prestigious Art Center College of Design in Pasadena California There she studied privately with world famous Burne Hogarth After college she worked as an illustrator doing commissions for Disney Warner Brothers NASA and several advertising agencies around the country She also studied privately with master artists Huihan Liu Carolyn Anderson Daniel Gerhartz and Jeffrey Watts Soon after she fell in love with western themes and began to paint them with passion Berniklau s style is an interpretation of a storytelling process that captures the essence of the Old West She takes great pride in her execution of accurate anatomy in her people and horses Berniklau uses her Andalusian horse cowboys and native models for accurate representations that breathe life into her paintings My subject and goal is the Heart and Soul

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  • Stephanie Campos at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    Sharon Standridge Kathryn Stats Carol Swinney Sonya Terpening Linda Tippetts Echo Ukrainetz Rachel Warner Sarah Woods 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 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 Stephanie Campos Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Stephanie Campos is a Tucson Arizona native and began her love for drawing at a young age At 13 she created her first realistic portrait and found her passion in painting the expressive features of the human face Through the years she explored various media pastel oil and acrylic before settling on

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=602&mother=583&page_content=Stephanie-Campos-at-the-Hockaday-Museum-of-Art (2016-02-12)
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  • New Artists 2012 - HS Students Show at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 New Artists 2012 High School Students Art Show On Exhibit April 5 28 2012 Opening Reception Thursday April 12 2012 5 00 7 00 PM Admission Free Open to the Public People s Choice Award 2012 Halisia Hubbard Bigfork High School Senior The Bread Bowl Mixed Media 35 x 23 Curator s Choice Award 2012 Blake Smith Flathead High School Sophomore Archie O Ryan Steel and Aluminum Wire 15 25 x 9 75 x 5 Allstar Kicks Kyra Butts Flathead High School Sophomore Pencil 12 x 18 The Awesomeness of Me Emma Fawcett Glacier High School Junior Scratchboard 11 x

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  • Wild and Free: Photographs of North American Wildlife - Donald M. Jones Exhibition at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Wild and Free Photographs of North American Wildlife Donald M Jones On Exhibit November 12 January 21 2016 Opening

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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=Exhibitions%20at%20the%20Hockaday (2016-02-12)
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