Stillwater Society Exhibition
October 3-29, 2019
Artist Reception: October 12, 2019 3-5 p.m.
The Stillwater Society is a group of 17 artists who gather regularly for mutual support and to view one another’s work in progress. Formed in 1985 as a small group of 5 artists, they took their name from the fact that all of the original members lived or had summer homes in the Rock Creek/East Rosebud/Stillwater River region. They found the mountain landscapes and the ranch country there a rich source of subject matter for their paintings.
Included in the Stillwater Society today are Mary Blain, Mary Lee Darby, Elliott Eaton, Robin Earles, Jackie Inman, Jerry Inman, Nellie Israel, Jacquie Pritting Kittson, Steve Kuennen, Elizabeth LaRowe, Diana Mysse, Denney NeVille, John Pollock, Luci Scott, Carolyn Thayer, Robert Tompkins, Dorci Newman Tremblay.
All members of the society have exhibited their work widely and several members have won national recognition for their work. The members of the society work in a number of different styles and in several media. Whatever the style, abstract or representational, and whatever the medium, each artist tries to present an original, personal vision through his or her artwork.