Art in the Big Sky ~ Western Home Journal, Winter 2019

Whether the focus is Western, modern, classic, Russian Impressionism, Western tonalism, or Native American fine art, these artists and the gallery owners identify their environments and the worlds in which they live, emphasizing that their art is a conduit for the appreciation of Western life and its offerings. At Creighton Block Gallery, there is a world within a world of traditional Western fine art as well as contemporary fine art, where the best in both can be discovered, especially among the living artists who are frequently exhibited there.

For artists Terrance Guardipee and George Gulli, the beauty and alluring work of Native American ledger art and the craftsmanship of totem poles connect to collectors and art lovers on a sublime and ethereal level. In addition, the Western artist community is also home to the creations of Kira Fercho, whose interpretation of Montana in her paintings can be found in her galleries and studio and are also exhibited in spaces, homes, and businesses around the West. Western Home Journal invites you to explore Western fine art as another element of your existing or dream home and surroundings in the West…

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