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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Dale Beckman

Dale Beckman is a contemporary landscape painter.  He was born in Forsyth, Montana in 1955 and moved to Glendive in 1959.  Always an image maker Dale enrolled in every art class that was available.  In 1979 Dale received a B.A. from Rocky Mountain College followed by post graduate work at the University of Montana.  In […]

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Stephanie Campbell

This has been a full-circle process of monumental proportions for me.  Birthed from 35 years of theatrical Character Creation Workshops I have led as an actress and a theater arts professor, and the gathering of African masks on my research and teaching assignments in Kenya, Botswana, and South Africa, I now offer my Mask Artistry […]

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Katie Traynor

Katie Traynor is a fiber artist living and creating her work in Bozeman, MT. She has been a weaver for almost 20 years, gaining a degree in fiber arts from Skidmore College and a master’s degree in art therapy from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. Last year she created Ward Weaving, selling her wall hangings and […]

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Kevin Maston Photography – Alzheimer’s Association

A successful career in sales for Kevin Maston was the result of hard work, a natural ease with people and strong communication skills.  He believes the ability to problem solve, a good memory, attention to details, and multi-tasking were the keys to his success.  But after a serious heart attack in 2011, Kevin began to […]

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Marla Goodman – “Pink”

A series of feminist paintings by Bozeman artist Marla Goodman are featured this September at Wild Joe’s Coffee Spot. Goodman created the series as a personal response to current events. Her large, acrylic paintings depict nostalgic images of women on vibrant fields of pink-tinted gesso.   Goodman, who grew up in a rural area south […]

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