Sandstone Gallery Art Walk

For June ArtWalk, Sandstone Gallery will be featuring artists Lana Bittner and Madelein Bladow with special guest artist Janice Polzen. We also welcome artistic photographer Dixie Wilson as our newest member. Our Billings Arts Association’s artists for June and July are Sara-Beth Guilford and Jan Fujita.

Artists reception with light refreshments from 5-9 PM.

Click on the links above to see more about each of our featured artists, and samples of their work.

Many or all of our 14 artists will also be on hand to show their work and talk to you about their art. Please join us for a fun evening downtown!

  • Posted on: May 20, 2024

Sandstone Gallery Art Walk

For April ArtWalk, Sandstone Gallery will be featuring Teresa Brown and Donna Moore. We are also welcoming back a beloved past member, photographer Peter Herzog as our newest member and featured artist. Our Billings Arts Association’s artists for April and May are Jean Posusta and Lacie Tucker. 

Artists reception from 5-9 PM.

Click on the links above to see more about each of our featured artists, and samples of their work.

Many or all of our 14 artists will also be on hand to show their work and talk to you about their art. Please join us for a fun evening downtown!

  • Posted on: March 18, 2024

April ArtWalk at Cushing Terrell

Cushing Terrell will be hosting Judd Thompson and Tyrel Johnson for their April ArtWalk event. Light refreshments will be served. We hope to see you there!

Born in 1983, Judd Thompson spent his formative years growing up on the Crow Indian Reservation, gaining inspiration from the art he was surrounded by in his parents’ business, The Custer Battlefield Trading Post. Judd draws inspiration from Western artists, especially Joseph Henry Sharp. Judd uses his passion for color theory to capture the essence of Crow Country in a variety of media. After graduating from the University of Wyoming in 2010 with a degree in Art & Art History, Judd moved to Billings, MT where he currently resides. Best known for his painting titled “Horse called Paint” that was featured as a Pendleton Blanket. Pendleton has recently added Judd’s blanket to their permanent Artist collection. Judd has worked with interior design companies and has been featured in numerous publications such as Mountain Living Magazine, Big Sky Journal and Cowgirl Magazine.

“Art…art…art” is a common phrase amongst Tyrel Johnson’s many siblings.  It was at the center of their lives. His father’s foundry was where they all worked.  Adept at casting and monumental sculpting; Tyrel chose to study anatomy and design for many years before taking his shot at his childhood dream. His elegant fusion and masterful execution in wood, bronze, stone, glass, and ceramic have caught the eye of collectors and editors alike. He is genuinely excited to see what comes of his passion for sculpture after a lifetime of placing his ideas in these various mediums. His first solo showing was in 2018. He has since been featured in Mountain Living, Big Sky Journal, Cowboys and Indians, Elite Equestrian, Fine Art Connoisseur, and Colorado Homes, Western Art and Architecture, Western Equestrian, Elegant Living by WRJ Design, and Foundations by JLF. He has had the honor of being a guest speaker at the Hemingway Conference and at the unveiling of the book Cockeyed Happy. He was awarded best of show 3D-Out West Art Show 2022 as well as best of show and people’s choice-Sculpture in The Hills 2021.

Link to more: ArtWalk | Cushing Terrell

  • Posted on: March 18, 2024

ArtWalk at the Billings Symphony office

Please join us at the Billings Symphony office on April 5th from 5-9 pm for the Downtown Billings ArtWalk and First Friday event. We are thrilled to have the talented students from Lame Deer showcasing their art forms. Special guests, including Grammy winner and Silkroad Artist Kojiro Umezaki, violin prodigy Luke Minton, and the Morning Star Singers, will also be making appearances. Enjoy live musical performances, exquisite artwork, dancing, and drumming by these amazing students.

  • Posted on: March 18, 2024

ArtWalk: Ceilon Aspensen Fine Art

Ceilon Aspensen will be showing new paintings, new framed archival prints, and new art notecards. She will also be featuring a full array of painting and drawing classes in the coming months–be one of the first 10 to sign up and receive a bonus! We will also have a spring art activity for you to participate in for only $1.00. Join us for refreshments, festive beverages, and artful fun!

  • Posted on: March 18, 2024

April ArtWalk

Stroll downtown Billings for a fun filled evening of art, music, and good conversation during the April ArtWalk.

Check out for the map, participating locations, and participating artists

30 ArtWalk locations!

A&E Design
Anderson Art Studio
Aspinwall Mountainwear
Asylum Distillery
Barjon’s Books
Billings First Church
Billings Symphony
Bishops Cut/Color
Ceilon Aspensen Fine Art

Confetti Heart Studio
Cushing Terrell
Downtown Billings Alliance
Electric Storm

Essence Medical Spa
Global Village
Harry Koyama Fine Art
Hedden Empire Gallery
Kirks’ Grocery
McCormick Cafe

Proof Donuts & Coffee
Sandstone Gallery
Stephen Haraden Gallery
The Grand Building (Jake’s Downtown)
Thirsty Street Brewery Co.
This House of Books
Tyler Murphy Studio
Yellowstone Art Museum
  • Posted on: March 18, 2024

Sheila Miles: Nowhere & Everywhere Exhibition Opening Reception

Sheila Miles: Nowhere & Everywhere

April 5 – May 25, 2024

Opening Reception Friday, April 5, 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM during ArtWalk with small culinary bites by Chef Ashley Woodward. 

Kirks’ Grocery proudly presents Sheila Miles: Nowhere & Everywhere, showcasing her recent work. This exhibition is about making art as a sustained creative journey. The places she paints are transitory and “nowhere.” Through painting, she gives those places meaning; they become permanent and “everything”.

“Wherever you end up is the “everywhere,” and in making art, everything.” Sheila Miles

Sheila Miles currently resides in Arizona. Her life and artistic practice are continually influenced by her 26 years living in Montana. 

Sheila Miles will be at the opening reception.

  • Posted on: March 7, 2024

ArtWalk and Christmas Stroll

Enjoy an evening with world-renowned artist Kevin Red Star, along with authors AJ Otjen and Sabrena Half, for an art display and a special book signing of the children’s book, Elk Morning At the Battle of Arrow Creek. We welcome the community to stop in for a cup of cocoa, purchase a signed book, and enjoy the art of Kevin Red Star from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at Stockman Bank Downtown, 402 N. Broadway.

  • Posted on: November 16, 2022

ArtWalk Downtown Billings

ArtWalk Downtown Billings hosts its final event in its 2022 Season on Friday, December 2, 2022 from 5 – 9 p.m.   Over 23 Season Members and One-Time Participants open their doors during ArtWalk and welcome area artists to show their work and engage with the Billings art community.  Gallery notes, images and a map can be found at, plus images and gallery notes on Facebook and Instagram @billingsartwalk.

Come downtown, check out and buy some art, see your friends and engage with your community during one of Billings’ best loved events.

  • Posted on: November 1, 2022

Holiday ArtWalk All Month Long!

You have the entire month of December 2020 to explore 17 Season Member locations of ArtWalk Downtown Billings.

ArtWalk Locations

Uptown Loop

Barjon’s Books
223 N 29th St
Tuesday-Saturday 11 am – 5 pm

Barjon’s Books celebrates the artwork of emerging artist Clémence Morin. She has a BFA in Fine Arts from USC and grew up in Paris, South Africa, and Singapore. She focuses on feminine imagery and the female experience, both in figurative and abstract ways.

This House of Books
310 N 27th St
Monday – Saturday 10 am – 7 pm and Thursdays until 8 pm

This House of Books hosts the colorful and fluid work of Lynn Shield, during the Holiday ArtWalk All Month Long.

Global Village
2720 3rd Ave N
Live painting demos on Friday, December 4th

Global Village hosts Joey Kiernan’s exhibit “Artist Choice.” Originally from Billings, Joey was an art teacher in Georgia before returning home to become a full-time working artist. On Friday afternoon, December 4, she presents two live painting demonstrations using multiple mediums and different painting methods.

View the Encaustic Demonstration or Watercolor Demonstration event.

Billings First Congregational Church
310 N 27th St
Features an Artist Talk on Friday, December 4th at 7:15 pm

Billings First Church UCC welcomes William Demaniow, who, after twenty-some years in a highly successful music career in New York City, relocated to Billings. He presents an artist talk and live music with “Approaching the Veil: A Retrospective” on Friday, Dec. 4 at 7:15 p.m. Demaniow’s art is created with epoxy and acrylics mixed with earth, air, fire, water, metal, and spirit.

Skypoint Loop

Kennedy’s Stained Glass
2923 2nd Ave N
Weekdays from 11 am – 6 pm

Kennedy Stained Glass returns with special Christmas ornaments for your collection. Is it time to start a collection for your new grandchild? Susan promises you will be wowed this year! Check them out during this season’s ArtWalk.


Sandstone Gallery
2913 2nd Ave N
Tuesday – Friday 10 am – 5 pm and Saturdays 10 am – 2 pm 

Sandstone Gallery is chock full of original, eclectic art pieces, jewelry, and gifts created by talented local artists. You’ll delight in the many gift options offered during Downtown Holly Days on December 4th and 5th until 7 p.m.


Stephen Haraden Gallery
2911 2nd Ave N #235

Stephen Haraden Studio and Gallery is your holiday headquarters if you’re one who thinks it’s just not Christmas without a nude painting under the tree. Stephen’s colorful collage paintings of female figures are delightful stocking stuffers as well.


Downtown Billings Alliance
116 N 29th St
Monday – Friday 9 a.m.- 5 p.m

Downtown Billings Alliance presents working artist Maria Isabel Bonilla. Her artwork is strongly influenced by an intense nostalgia for her homeland of Colombia. Some call her style “Tropical Surrealism with a hint of Salsa music.” Isa’s joy creating art exudes from each painting, and many viewers find it mesmerizing.

Stapleton Gallery
104 N Broadway
By appointment

Stapleton Gallery is open by appointment during December. Call Jeremiah Young (690-7602) or Abigail Hornik (917-903-0873) to schedule an appointment. Kindly leave a message with the desired times.

103 North Broadway

Aspinwall welcomes returning artists Trevan Hiersche, Sean McCotter, and Jessica Brophy to its Downtown Holly Days celebration on Friday, December 4 and Saturday, December 5. Come check out their work during December’s ArtWalk.


Skypoint Sculpture
2nd Ave N and N Broadway

There are three public art sculptures installed under Skypoint in downtown Billings at the intersection of  2nd Avenue North and North Broadway.  Each artist lives in Billings.  The sculptures were funded by the Downtown Billings Alliance and “Space to Place” grants from the Big Sky Economic Development Authority. They include:


“Grasslands” by Jennifer Tolton
“Thicket” by Sherri Cornett
“Shadow Whisper (brought to you by Incognito]” by Brian Keith

Montana Gallery
2710 2nd Ave N

Montana Gallery features the work of Tyler Murphy, Coila Evans, and other young artists from across the west. Together, they are the “young guns” of the contemporary western art scene. Check out the new, larger gallery space.

Historic Loop

Kirks Grocery
2920 Minnesota Ave
Wednesday – Friday from 3 – 9 pm

Kirks Grocery features two exhibits, including “Renee Audette Retrospective” and the “Winter Group Show, with works by gallery artists Sandy Dvarshkis, Gary Halsten, Terry Karson, Marla Goodman, and Keith Martinez.

Western Heritage Center
2822 Montana Ave
Tuesday – Saturday 10 am – 5 pm 

The Western Heritage Center features works by early Montana photographer Evelyn Cameron.  The art of “Saint and Sinners” highlights ten Montana women from the last 100 years who defied tradition and social expectations.  “Up in Smoke” features Lucien Smith and the history of Billings firefighters.

Mountain West Gallery
2804 Minnesota Ave
By appointment

Mountain West Gallery, ArtWalk’s newest Season Member, features work by Billings artists Jill Hodges and Clark Hodges through December 2020.  Their respective work ranges from whimsical to abstract. Contact Clark Hodges at 406-690-8278 or via email: to schedule an appointment.

Harry Koyama Fine Art
2509 Montana Ave
Most weekdays 10 am – 4 pm

Harry’s vibrant impressionist paintings of moose, grizzly bears, cougars have brought him international acclaim. Call Harry (406-259-5561) to make sure the gallery is open at the time of your intended visit.

Toucan Gallery
2505 Montana Ave
Tuesday – Saturday 10 am – 4 pm

Toucan Gallery features its biennial Postcard Show that includes over 200 pieces of postcard-sized art. Each piece was mailed to Toucan to acknowledge the essential role of the United States Postal Service. The Postcard Show is a nearly three-decades-long tradition at Toucan.

McCormick Cafe
2419 Montana Avenue
Monday – Friday 7 am – 2 pm and Saturday – Sunday 8 am – 2 pm 

McCormick Cafe is pleased to continue showing works by Billings artists Jean Posusta and Justin Dowler.  Known best as the “place where locals eat.”