Paris Keyshae

Born and Raised in Bozeman Montana, Living in Portland Oregon.           My work is a socio-environmental  commentary on our relationship with Waste, Products, their Value, Perception, and Connection.            Change is a constant. Time is a constant. Our Choices Matter and our Voices matter.  We are the Future.       […]

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Dakota Rouse

Dakota Rouse is in her final semester at Montana State University, and while her degree doesn’t reflect a passion for art; doodling and painting has always been her favorite past time. Her work reflects all of her favorite things: big colors, strong women, and fishing. After finishing up her time at MSU, Dakota will be […]

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Andrew Fister

My name is Andrew Fister. Moved to Bozeman area in 2017 as I was driving west and stummbled upon this western gem. When I am not painting I am hiking, working, gradening, and enjoying life.I have never felt I was creative/talented enough to paint. I have enjoyed color theory most of my adult life since […]

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Kelsey Bantz

The whispering pines of Northern Wisconsin is where Kelsey likes to call home. Originally from Minnesota, Kelsey spent summer days on the water and nights beneath the stars. Naturally, a passion for collecting things like feathers, shells and drift wood emerged as she adventured outdoors; putting meaning in each item collected.  Legends have it that […]

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Community Art

 The month of December, Wild Joes is featuring its first community art show. Displayed is an array of work from photography to painting, drawing and mosaics. Featured is an array of local Montana artist from throughout the community. A few of the artist are studying photography at MSU. One of the painters creates as he […]

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Nicki Irwin

Nicki Irwin grew up in Calgary, Alberta, traveling abroad often before moving to Bozeman Montana at age 17. Being exposed to the beauty of Europe, Mexico, Hawaii, the Canadian Rockies, etc., prompted Nicki to view the world whimsically. Being the youngest of four sisters, she has inherently adopted a child-like view of the world – […]

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Becs Wells

Becs Wells grew up in the small mountain town of Leavenworth, WA. Growing up hiking and cross-country skiing throughout the Pacific Northwest had a great influence developing Becs style, allowing her opportunities to show case her love for the outdoors. By 2014, she obtained her associated degree at Wenatchee Valley College where she furthered developed […]

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“Untold Stories”

“Untold Stories,” works by Bozeman artists Lori Keeling Campbell and Marla Goodman are featured this July at Wild Joe’s. Goodman and Campbell, who share a vibrant aesthetic and an interest in artistic storytelling, collaborated on this exhibit that eulogizes the dead and the living through collage, printmaking and mixed media works. Campbell, a printmaker and […]

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Kimberlie Wong

Kimberlie Wong is a recent graduate of ArtCenter College of Design with a degree in illustration. Her warm and whimsical aesthetic is ispired by her home, the island of Oahu. Kimberlie’s primary medium is digital, although she loves printmaking and working with water based mediums. Kimberlie’s illustrations are inspired by everyday experiences, nature, and the […]

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Kyle Steiner – Key Listener

Kyle Steiner and Key Listener Productions present an original story written at Wild Joe’s. “Patched” is the story of a little balloon who pops over Bozeman and gets patched up and brought back to life. Join us on May 28th for the debut of this new and exciting book created right here in Bozeman, MT. 

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