Bozeman Leaf and Bean January / February 2005

Lisa's paintings were on display at:

The Leaf and Bean
35 West Main St
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 587-1580

Map to location

Bozeman’s original coffee house was established in 1977 and continues to be a favorite meeting place for locals and out-of-towners alike. Freshly air-roasted coffee and gourmet espresso drinks, exotic teas, pastries that are baked in-house all day long, and superior service make this wonderful place addictive. In the Bean’s authentic coffee house atmosphere you can surround yourself with original art from local studios, and enjoy live entertainment several nights a week. It’s a Bozeman tradition. Open early seven days a week for people on the go.

December 2004

Lisa's paintings were on show for the opening of the new branch of the Stockman Bank that opened in December 2004 on South 19th Avenue in Bozeman

Details on the Stockman Bank

November 2004

We had the final artist's reception for 2004 on Friday November 19th at Paradise Art Works in Livingston. A special thanks to David Lewis at Paradise Art Works, the organisers of the Livingston Art Walk and everyone for all their help.

Lisa was also busy attending classes by Bozeman artist Aaron Schuerr.

October 2004

Lisa was been busy capturing the fall colors in the region. In addition to her favorite spots around Bozeman she also managed to get some scenes from Tom Miner Basin in the southern part of Paradise Valley.

Did you know those red, yellow, and orange hues are always present in leaves? The green chlorophyll masks the hues until fall when the trees no longer want their leaves acting as their personal food factories. Different leaves have different colors. Here are some: Yellows:aspens, basswood, beeches, birches, butternut, elm, maples (boxelder, mountain, silver, striped and sugar), mountain ash, poplar, willow. Reds: sugar maples, black, red, scarlet, and white oaks, sumac. Browns/Yellows: black and white oak. Purples: white ash and witch hazel.

Pumpkin Patch - 9x12 Oil/Canvas     
On Display at Paradise Artworks      

September 2004

Bozeman artists were invited to "Imagine a Park," and the resulting creations are part of FORParks (Friends of Regional Parks) three-week-long art show and sale.

"Imagine a Park" was at First Security Bank, downtown Bozeman, from September 7-13, 2004, and then at the Bozeman Gallatin Valley Mall for the two weeks ending September 27.

FORParks is at the forefront of raising money for a regional park to be built at a site along Baxter Lane. Development of the 100-acre parcel is under way with one of two small lakes already dug.

Bozeman Pass from the Ponds
Was on Display at FORParks in Bozeman

August 2004

Lisa had another art adventure visiting Glacier National Park in Montana. She painted several scenic spots around Two Medicine in the south eastern part of the park. Early mornings were the best time with the clear mountain reflections on the still water of the lakes.

  Lisa at Two Medicine in Glacier National Park MT

July 2004

Lisa joined Great Falls Artist Thomas English on a seven day art adventure in early July 2004 into the Bob Marshall Wilderness to experience the dramatic Flathead National Forest landscape and capture it on canvas. This unique educational trip immersed participants into Montana's unmatched scenery with an artistic focus.

More Details About the Adventure

Artists travelling on horseback into the Bob Marshall

June 2004

We had a very succesful artist's reception on Friday June 25th at Paradise Art Works in Livingston. Several of our paintings were sold, including the MIA first place winner "Calm Spot on the Gallatin". A special thanks to David Lewis at Paradise Art Works, the organisers of the Livingston Art Walk and everyone for all their help.

Lisa was also busy in the week before the Livingston reception, she attended a 3 day plein air workshop held by the Chapparal Fine Art Gallery in Bozeman.

May 2004

"Calm Spot on the Gallatin" wins first place out of 78 entries in the 2004 Annual Show for the Montana Institute for the Arts in Bozeman.






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