MAM hosts another accomplished Montana sculptor this summer in the Missoula Art Park: Clarice Dreyer.
Dreyer is an artist who creates paintings, prints and sculpture in cast bronze and aluminum that emulate natural forms, systems and phenomenon. Her human-scale pieces are both intricate and strong, evoking an imaginary fairytale world and suggesting utility at the same time.
“My work incorporates the mysteries of nature, elements of my own memory, and excerpts from rural life to create a metaphor for ordinary life as an aesthetic and spiritual existence. It is this feeling of harmony between humankind and nature that gives life and vision to my art.”
This exhibition includes loans from the Holter Museum of Art, Yellowstone Art Museum, Montana Museum of Art & Culture, private lenders, and the artist.
Missoula Art Museum
335 N. Pattee St.Missoula, MT
- 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays, May 14-Oct. 12
- Art & Exhibits