& Who's in the Neighborhood
WaterWorks Art Museum (WAM) is excited to feature Miles City artists for a duo exhibit. The opening will be held Friday, October 9, from 4-7 pm. Facemasks are required, and social distancing will be enforced for your safety.
"Not Junk" features things that have been repurposed and made into art. One person's junk is another person's treasure. Junk art is a fun and exciting way for people to explore new ways of working with different materials. Wood carvings, wooden jewelry boxes, mixed metal painted and assembled into yard art, antlers, cutting boards, and even a chandelier that would look terrific in a cabin are some of the many items in this show. Dave Thuleson, Shannon Holmen, Jake Klamm, Vida Landa, Linda Parks, Staci Ketchum, and Charlotte Sloan have artwork that fits this category like a glove. These accomplished artists bring awe-inspiring creations that will have you saying Wow! The 3-dimensional work in this exhibition is engaging as well as engrossing. Some are playful, and all are unique.
The second exhibit at WAM is "Who's in the Neighborhood." This exhibition showcases many artists from Miles City. This show includes two and three-dimensional work. The two-dimensional art includes pastel, oil, acrylic, pencils, photography, and mixed media. Artists who use these media are Karan Charles, C.A. Kimball, Lew Vadheim, and Carolyn Zimmerman.