Artists Along the Bitterroot is hosting a special holiday gift show, Nov. 8 and 9.
Artists Along the Bitterroot is a coalition of professional artists from Lolo to Sula who work in many different genres of art. Each work represents the artist and how they view the world around them.
Studies show that art influences the fundamental sense of self.
Art is an unspoken language, a communication between the artist and the viewer. Art can make you feel happy or sad, it can cause you to dive into deep thought or contemplate a different point of view.
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Art has been around since the beginning of time with every artist attempting to tell their particular story. It has been used for décor, for politics, for advertising and for pure pleasure. The value of art on society plays an important role that no other form of communication can.
The First Annual Artists Along the Bitterroot Gift Show will have art and gifts created by artists Georgine Forgatch, Jean Driescher, Cynthie Fisher, Patty Franklin, Wendy Holsapple, Leisa Lewis, Merle Ann Loman, Olive Parker, Steve Wilson, Diane Olhoeft and Norma Lee Pfaff.
You will find many ideas for your holiday shopping, but more important, you will be able to meet the artist and maybe get a better idea of their artistic journey.
Come to the ARTspace, 105 S 7th St in Hamilton from 5 to 8 p.m. on Nov. 8 and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 9.