The Artists’ Gallery in Bozeman’s Emerson Cultural Center featuring the art of Jess Tode and Liz Chappie-Zoller during the month of June
Bozeman’s Coop art gallery – the Artists’ Gallery in the Emerson Cultural Center is featuring the art of Jess Tode and Liz Chappie-Zoller during the month of June.
Tode is a wood craftsman creating bowls, vessels, utensils and other items of beauty and usefulness. He has found that the Bozeman urban forest has quite a variety of tree species and uses these in most of his work. He is part of the Northern Rockies Woodworking Guild where he has been able to continue honing his craft and learning from professionals from around the world.
One of the newer gallery artists is Liz Chappie Zoller. Her tightly focused Montana Life Paintings are inspired by the western lifestyle and dramatic light of the Big Sky Country she calls home. Working from her studio in Three Forks, MT, Chappie Zoller creates up close and personal oil paintings of the cowboys, landscapes and wildlife she loves.
You will be able to view the art of these two artists during the month of June and meet them at the Artwalk to be held Friday, June 13th.