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In That Still Moment: DG House, Contemporary Native Artist

12 Jan 2024 - 23 Mar 2024

In That Still Moment: DG House

Exhibition Run: January 12- March 23, 2024

Preview Reception: RESCHEDUELED to Thursday, February 1, 2024, 5-7 pm 

Free for Members; Non-members $5


Sponsored by Montana Art Gallery Directors Association (MAGDA), this exhibition shows 20 new paintings that capture the wonder and majesty of the ecosystems of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, created by Indigenous artist DG House during her Artist Residency. As a member of the Alabama Cherokee NE Tribe, House plays homage to native peoples of the past and present through images of wildlife and references to indigenous patterns and people. Her colorful renderings portray her reverence for the animals and denizens of Yellowstone and Grand Teton parks. Her depictions of the Rocky Mountain’s wildlife and First Peoples are warm, welcoming, and charming. By applying multiple layers of water-based oil, acrylics, pastels, and colored pencils, House imbues her characters with rich personality. 

House participated in the Yellowstone Concession Aires Artist-in-Residence in Yellowstone NP for 17 years and the Guest American Indian Artist Program in Grand Teton NP for 27 years. 

Related Events:

Join us for events featuring exhibiting artist DG House in the month of March. 

March 20, Wednesday 4-5:30pm : Blue Bears Painting Class 

March 21, Thursday 5-7pm : Annual Meeting & Artist Demo 

  • Date: 12 Jan 2024 - 23 Mar 2024
  • Location:Hockaday Museum of Art

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