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New book corrals Waddell’s art, and a time and place, too

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A few years ago, the painter and sculptor Theodore Waddell was thinking it might be time, five decades into a productive career as an artist, for a book-length retrospective of his work. The more he thought about it, though, the less he wanted a coffee-table book solely about his art. He wanted a book that would tell the larger story of the artists and writers and friends he had learned from and worked with, of the ferment and excitement of a particular time in history. (more…) Continue Reading →

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At long last, exhibit pays tribute to pioneering artist

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Twenty-three years after her death, an influential painter who spent most of her life on her family’s ranch near Absarokee is finally getting the exhibit she deserved. “A Lonely Business: Isabelle Johnson’s Montana” opens to the public on Tuesday, Nov. 3, and will stay up through Jan. 3. (more…) Continue Reading →

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