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GREETINGS FROM GREAT FALLS, MONTANA AND OUR STUDIOS
          Welcome to our on line gallery. The art work on the site may be purchased. Some have been sold and are marked as such. All the images on the site are copyrighted by the artists and all rights apply.            


        DONALD GRANT

   As a full time artist, Don Grant takes pride in the "used" look of his wagons and stage coaches. He started his art career in 1980. Don has no formal art training, but has taken workshops along the way. His original works are created in hardwoods, polymer clay and wax.
   Known for stagecoaches that are sculptured of wood, Don has expanded into the medium of bronze. With the added skills he has learned through workshops in sculpting and painting, he now hand paints some of his bronzes. Many are put into a natural setting.
  Don's work is in the collection of the Wells Fargo Museum in San Francisco and many private collections. He has been juried into the Pacific Rim Wildlife Show, the Vancouver International Wildlife Art Show in Canada, and the Russell Art Auction.
Don has exhibited in shows in the Northwest. His art work is on display at the Glass Art Shop in Great Falls, MT, the Creighton Block Gallery in Big Sky, MT.



      


    

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      MIMI GRANT

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
           Painting, with an emphasis on wildlife and the places they inhabit, have been the focus of Mimi Grant's art world. With the help of workshops,
she has refined her techniques in the mediums of scratchboard and oil. These she feels convey her feelings about nature and nature's children.
Beginning withe the CM Russell Art Auction in 1978, Mimi has been able to display her art in many different shows. These include the
 Easton Waterfowl Festival in Maryland, the Southeastern Wildlife Expo in Charleston, SC, the Orlando Wildlife Expo in Orlando, FL,
and the Pacific Rim Wildlife Art Show in Seattle, WA. She was honored to have a sold out show at the Stampede Western Invitational Art Exhibit in Greeley, CO.
 At the Stampede Show in 2010, her painting "End of a Hard Day" was selected for the Purchase Award. In 2006 she participated in the first "Cowgirl Up!" Show
at the Desert Caballeros Western Museum in Wickenberg, AZ.  Mimi's latested award was being chosen for the Top 100 in the Paint the Parks Contest 2011.
It is sponsored by Paint America.
The International Society of Scratchboard Artists has accepted Mimi, with unanimous approval, as a signature member
of their society. She has now earned to right to use the initals SSA after her name when signing her artwork.
In October of 2012 she was voted into the Montana Painter Alliance. This is a group of Montana artists who paint together over a long weekend, twice a year,
 at a Montana location. Their paintings are done plenaire.
 Her painings can also be found in many galleries through out the Northwest. These include the Glass Art Shop in Great Falls, MT,
 the Meadowlark Gallery in Billings,MT, and the Creighton Block Gallery in Big Sky, MT.