The Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture is pleased to host its newest shows featuring emerging artists from our community.
Bozeman-based painter and sculpturist Eric Rannestad showcases Initial Conditions, an array of his work, in the Jessie Wilber Gallery.
The exhibit consists of two conceptually similar, but materially different, series of work. Brought together for the first time, these paintings and sculptural installations speculate on the future infrastructure of the built environment and explore the human (in)ability to model and control complex natural systems.
Kerri Rosenstein unveils Dirt Road Drawings & Other Works in the Weaver Room.
Each group of work follows an inquiry of infinite possibilities – an ongoing process of responding to impermanence, interdependence and fine lines between inner and outer experience. A temperament of generosity and intimacy informs the work with a sense of going-on-ness.
Tiny Box Series – A Dream Within a Dream showing in the Emerson Lobby is an exhibition by Kate Huston.
Twenty years in the making, this exhibit presents a collection of Tiny Box Worlds Series where imagination, spirituality and nature collide to create a world of musings and respite from daily existence.
All exhibits are open the public, on display through December 4th. For gallery hours and more information, please visit www.theemerson.org. Located at 111 S Grand Ave., the Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture serves as a primary resource for the arts, arts education, and cultural activities in Southwest Montana. •