Robert Kruithoff, a professional local photographer living in Great Falls, grew up in Central Montana and graduated from Stanford High School. There he met Kim, his high school sweetheart and wife of 29 years. Together, they run a photography studio in Great Falls. As the current Artist-in-Residence at Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art, he has worked with students in the public schools on various photography-related workshops for the past eight months. These projects have included cyanotype prints, pinhole camera photography, and Photoshop collage.
On display, is a collection of portraiture, landscape and street photography captured in Central Montana, and inspired by Jackson Pollack’s chaotic yet thoughtful approach to painting, Ansel Adams’ landscapes and Richard Avedon’s portraiture.
Also on display June 1-Sept. 21: Laura Barrett: State of Grace, a survey of works by the poet, painter and playwright (1930-2017).
Jean Price: Heart to Hands explores the private collection and personal work of the late Jean Price, through Sept. 18.
Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art
1400 1st Ave. N.Great Falls, MT
- continuing through Sept. 18
- Art & Exhibits