Bring your family and friends to this free community event and enjoy art inspired by the beauty of our local waters, wildlife and working lands. Talented artists from around the Bitterroot Valley will display paintings, pottery, textiles, jewelry and more at the fourth annual Art and Conservation Open House to raise funds for local land conservation.
Communications Director Emy Royce said the holiday event can have a big impact.
“It’s a celebration of the community’s support for conserving the lands and waters that make the Bitterroot such a special place to live,” Royce said. “The artists are inspired by our beautiful river valley, its open lands and their art reflects that inspiration.”
Participating artists include: Karen Savory, Jennifer Ogden, Dulcie Belanger, Jessica Fitzpatrick, Pam Watts, Diane Olhoefdt, Bobbi Dye, KJ Kahnle, Leisa Lewis, Sharon Schroeder and Amanda Wilner.
Each artist is donating a portion of the proceeds to BRLT which means that any gifts you purchase will help make more wonderful projects possible. Projects like the future Skalkaho Bend Park, and family farms and ranches in Darby, Corvallis, Stevensville, and up Three Mile will be that much closer to completion.
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