THE EMPRESS OF WATER, written by Sabina Dana Plasse in the Fall Tri-Issue by Sun Valley Property News.
“Making art is a magical vehicle for full expression, integration, and connection. I continue to push my creative boundaries with evermore bold use color and form.” – Wendy Pabich
Wood River Valley artist Wendy Pabich is the owner of Mad Honey Studio, a water scientist, artist, and most of all, an adventurer in life and the natural world.
For more information on Pabich’s original paintings, please contact Kelsey Huggins of Cobalt Collective.
Now represented by Cobalt Collective, we introduce Kim Snyder of Paso Robles, CA! Kim’s abstract works portray a metaphoric perception of the natural world as she brings to life her own emotions and the interconnectedness of all things. Driven by her desire to seek peace and calm, Kim allows her canvas to be a vessel…… Continue reading Introducing: Kim Snyder Art
Originally posted on This Is Us: A look Into Our Community:
Wallpapers are expressive, with timeless appeal and depth that adds imagination and nostalgia to any space. Surfaces by David Bonk, Philomela and Paper Mills are passionate about their craft and the world of wall coverings and fabrics. Make the most of their beautiful wallpapers…
After a magical trip around the sun in Sonoma wine country, and an equally (but very different) adventurous time spent in and around Tahoe, I have relocated back to the state of my roots – Montana! But this time Bozeman was calling and I followed suit. I will now be servicing the Gallatin Valley…… Continue reading Cobalt Collective has MOVED!
Cobalt Collective is THRILLED to announce that they are now representing two fabulous companies, Philomela Textiles & Wallpaper and Bolt Textiles!
Hello everyone! I apologize for my hiatus from blogging ~ I blame it inextricably on my year in California wine country. And boy what a year it has been! After a spontaneous detour to Northern California on my way back from my 30th birthday trip to Roatan, I fell in LOVE with the rolling hills…… Continue reading There is art in every bottle…
News – Foundation – Helen Frankenthaler Foundation Pretty Raw: After and Around Helen Frankenthaler The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA February 11 – June 7, 2015 Helen Frankenthaler has been an inspiration to me ever since I was a student at CSUCI and her beautiful color pools brought intrigue and excitement to what…… Continue reading Helen Frankenthaler Foundation
Just 2 days until the most anticipated event of the year (well at least for art zealots like me)! This year we are all anticipating a celebration to match the excitement of our very own Missoula Art Museum celebrating four decades of contemporary art. The candidates exhibiting ignite feelings of nostalgia, revelation, introspection, environmental turmoil and…… Continue reading MAM’S Ruby Jubilee gearing up to SPARKLE!
On the only windy narrow road that goes from one end of the island of Roatan, Honduras to the other you will see luxury and poverty. Huge homes, beautiful botanical gardens and jungle-like scapes alongside garbage piles and old broken down fences and houses. But along this road you can also find many treasures ~…… Continue reading Trash to Treasure at the Rusty Fish
Missoula’s newest gallery, Radius Gallery, is currently featuring an exhibit that called artists to create a piece reflecting upon James Welch writings. Wine & Bones is an interartistic tribute that is as diverse as the artists involved. This exhibit is a must see and is up for view only one more week! Visit Radius Gallery at 114…… Continue reading Art inspires Art in “Wind & Bones”