Articles written by Trish Stevenson

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  • Pointillism Artist at the MonDak

    Trish Stevenson|Feb 3, 2016

    Artist Pat Schermerhorn employs an unusual technique to portray her subjects. It is called pointillism, which means simply that the artist uses hundreds of small dots of color to render her paintings. She normally uses pen and colored inks, but also works with pencils, scratchboard, pastels and acrylics. Her subjects vary but lean to the area she is lives in, surrounded by wildlife, horses, western people and places. She has participated in many national shows, including the CM Russell Auction...

  • Diane Greenwood Art at the MonDak

    Trish Stevenson|Jan 27, 2016

    Diane Greenwood was raised on the family farm, not far from Fairview, MT. Her paintings of the landscapes and wildlife of Montana have returned to this area as part of the Blue Buffalo Artists exhibit at the MonDak through February 13, 2013. Diane showed an interest in art at an early age and would often sketch the animals on the farm. As an adult her passion for art flourished and she began studying with accomplished artists to hone her skills. Diane spends many hours sketching and observing...

  • Artist Mia DeLode at the MonDak Heritage Center

    Trish Stevenson|Jan 20, 2016

    Mia DeLode is a fourth generation rancher from central Montana. Born and bred to be part of the rural west, she is an accomplished painter, sculptor, and writer of the culture, animals, people and the humor that is unique to western living. Her paintings appear in many shows and her writing has been featured in Crazy Woman Creek published by Mariner Books, a three part anthology of western women. She was given special recognition by the Montana Great Falls Historical Museum for her work titled...

  • "Artventures" With Karen Petrovich, Blue Buffalo Artist At The MonDak

    Trish Stevenson|Jan 13, 2016

    Karen Petrovich is an adventurous member of the Blue Buffalo Artists, who are currently exhibiting their work at the MonDak Heritage Center. Karen recently moved to Arizona after having lived the outdoor life in Cody, Wyoming for many years working as a ranch hand, truck driver, horseshoer, ditch rider, hunting guide and lady bull rider. She spent 11 seasons working for the U.S. Forest Service. Her landscapes reflect her love of life outdoors and she now enjoys painting "en plein air"(a French...

  • Art of the Horse by Phyllis Waltman Part of Blue Buffalo Artists

    Trish Stevenson|Jan 6, 2016

    Artist Phyllis Waltman was born on a small ranch on the rugged Western Slope near Delta, Colorado. Early on, she was both drawing and riding horses so it's no surprise that her artistic focus is the horse. Painting with precise yet sensitive detail, she captures the expressiveness of these magnificent creatures, portrayed in a unique, dry light that illuminates her scenes and surrounds her subjects. Her work has appeared in shows across the country including the Churchill Downs Museum (home of...

  • Blue Buffalo Artist, Bonnie Zahn Griffith Paints the Great Outdoors

    Trish Stevenson|Dec 16, 2015

    Bonnie Zahn Griffith, born and raised in Montana, is an artist who works mostly in pastel and oil. She has a special affinity for the landscape of the West working whenever possible "en plein air" - on location, painting from real life. Her goal is to utilize color to the optimum, to bring forth color not often noticeable at a quick glance. Bonnie says "I invite the viewer to take a moment and put themselves in the scene; to experience the season, the time of day, the weather. I want that...

  • Wildlife Woodcarver At The Mondak

    Trish Stevenson|Nov 25, 2015

    “Across the West - New Work by the Blue Buffalo Artists” is currently on display at the MonDak Heritage Center. The group of painters and sculptors create in a variety of media but share a passion for the West as inspiration. Several of the artists were in attendance at the reception held Nov. 21, 2015. Most of the artwork is 2-dimensional, however, our featured artist today was Joan Kosel, who creates her 3-dimensional sculptures by carving wood, specializing in wildlife subjects such as deer, elk, foxes and bears....

  • Artists Combine Talents, Bringing the West to Life with an Evening of Artwork and Music

    Trish Stevenson|May 28, 2014

    Cowboy singer/songwriter Bob Petermann will be strumming guitar and singing his special brand of authentic ranch-raised music, surrounded by the galloping horses and bucking bulls that reside within the paintings of western artist Trish Stevenson. This creative collaboration will be presented on Thursday, May 29, 2014 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. (CDT) at the James Memorial Art Center in Williston, North Dakota. Bob, who hails from the remote area of Cedar Creek in Wibaux County, Montana, was raised in a family of musicians. It was his older brother...

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