Christmas Open House 2013
Please join us for an evening of fine art and holiday cheer Wednesday, December 18th as we welcome artists Carol Hagan, Susan Karp and the new big-splash on the local art scene, Chance Robinson.
Chance will be unveiling some of his newest works developed during his first year at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). You'll recognize Chance as the 2013 graduate of Billings Central High who's paintings have raised over $30,000 for local charities. From that point on, collectors have been lining up to get his work. We're thrilled to have Chance in the gallery and can't wait to see his newest creations.
Carol, a long-time friend of Rimrock Art, will have over 100 of her available prints in the gallery for you to choose from. Carol is a lovely lady who loves to discuss her art so stop by and meet one of Montana's finest, who's paintings can be found in private collections the world over. Carol is also a new member of the Russell Skull Society of Artists, a new, elite group of contemporary Western artists hand selected by The C.M. Russell Museum!
Susan is a relatively new artist at Rimrock Art but has quickly caught the eye of art collectors through her unique style of pallet-knife paintings. Her subjects include wildlife, trout, still life and landscape. Susan will also be unveiling some of her new pieces, which we're very excited about. When you meet Susan, you've made a friend.
Please join us Wednesday, December 18 from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. We look forward to seeing you!
Top 10 reasons to attend our Christmas Open House:
10. 7 varieties of white and red wine to choose from
9. The coolest Christmas tree in the world
8. Billings' most affordable original artwork
7. David's award winning hot cider
6. 3 of Montana's friendliest artists will be here
5. Largest Carol Hagan gallery on the planet
4. The friendliest staff in Montana
3. More horses than you can shake a stick at
2. You can finish your Christmas shopping while you're here
1. Santa may or may not make an appearance
Posted on Mon, December 9, 2013
by Scott Cox