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1+1=1 Gallery

Building Community: 1+1=1 Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery in the heart of downtown Helena’s art district. Our mission is to build awareness of the arts in Helena by nurturing community awareness, acceptance and appreciation of visual arts. We do this by welcoming and educating many segments of the population including children, families, artists, […]

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Boxwoods

Boxwoods opened in the spring of 2003 with the idea of offering well-made furniture that looked great. We brought in styles and brands that were not being offered in Helena. Boxwoods made a commitment to be located in Helena’s beautiful historic downtown and being a part of the community is very important to us. We […]

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Ghost Art Gallery

The Ghost Art Gallery was established in 1974 in the historic mining district of Helena. The original gallery was small and offered mostly paintings of buildings and themes from the several surrounding ghost towns; thus the name Ghost Art. Our framing and design area is located above the gallery in what used to be Big […]

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Holter Museum of Art

The Holter Museum of Art serves Montana and neighboring states with a quality visual arts exhibition program that includes all media; brings national and international exhibitions into the region; provides a much-needed venue for local and regional artists; and collects, preserves, and interprets significant contemporary Northwest art. The Holter is committed to promoting participation by […]

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Jmacs Pottery

Jmacs Pottery is a studio and gallery designed to promote local artists and create new ones. Currently there are seven area artists that sell their work through Jmacs Pottery. While mostly functional pottery is sold, there is a small amount of woodwork, jewelry and photography.

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Mountain Sage Gallery

Mountain Sage Gallery, formerly the Upper Missouri Artists Gallery of Original Art is a member owned and operated joint venture, LLC, retail art gallery, which held its first show together at the Art Walk in 1997.  Mountain Sage Gallery is new and old. The gallery itself has been around for many years but has changed its name and […]

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