This sampling of the area’s most renowned and talented artists is the result of a partnership between the Livingston Depot Center and the Danforth Museum of Art, formerly the Danforth Gallery, which is reorganizing and renovating its historic building on Main Street in order to nurture the contemporary art ethos of the local artistic community and its evolution over the years.
From Russell Chatham to Edd Enders, from turn-of-the-century to contemporary, from canvas to bronze, and mixed media to photography, the region’s art has both reflected and shaped the local community. Works by over a dozen nationally acclaimed and internationally known artists are on display through Sept. 22.
The museum also features the popular ongoing main exhibit “Rails Across the Rockies: A Century of People and Places,” “Film in Montana: Moviemaking under the Big Sky,” and an HO-scale model layout of Livingston’s shops and roundhouse alongside the majestic depot and even the Teslow Grain Elevator.
Livingston Depot Museum
200 W. Park St.Livingston, MT