The Frame of Mind Art Gallery is Missoula's new home for the artwork of Monte Dolack and Mary Beth Percival. Monte's body of work is inspired by his love of nature and mythology, capturing the hearts of nature enthusiasts and art aficianados world wide. Mary Beth Percival's watercolor paintings are an insight into the land where she was born, and celebrate the quiet comforts of daily living.
The Frame of Mind Art Gallery hosts a variety of artists and shows throughout the year. We welcome artists of all locales to submit work to become a part of our art exhibits. We feature Juried art shows, group artist shows, and also welcome artists to submit their work for a solo show.
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Monte Dolack has continuously inspired his audience with his ever growing collection of art. With his meticulous eye for detail, Monte brings the viewer into his work, creating an intimate connection between the viewer and the art. Monte continuously draws inspiration for his work from his many travels across our great state.
During his most recent travels, Monte found inspiration from not only some more prominent natural monuments, but also picturesque landscapes throughout our state. From this inspiration comes a new series of work. This group of paintings will be on display for the first time to the public at the Frame of Mind Gallery.
Join Frame of Mind fat 1706 Brooks street for their opening reception, July 7th, from 5:30 p.m. - 8 p.m., part of Missoula’s First Friday event. Light snacks and beverages will be available to the public during this show.
For more information, contact the Frame of Mind Gallery at:
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July 28th 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
In light of the recent passing of the beloved artist Mary Beth Percival, our gallery will be hosting a special art reception featuring some of Mary Beth's original work of the last few years of her life. Join us July 28th from 5:30pm - 8 pm, as we celebrate the artwork of Mary Beth Percival. We will also feature favorite limited editions and archival prints by the artist. If you can't make it to our opening reception, we will be featuring this collection through August 17th.
Mary Beth Percival was a a staple in the Missoula Art Scene. Her long time battle with Dimentia did not stop her for continuing to do the work that she loved for many years into the disease. Her strong spirit and kindness will leave an imprint on so many, and we are honored to carry her legacy on through our gallery.
This show will also feature framed posters and a number of Mary Beth's limited edition prints. These framed pieces willbe available for sale by order or in the gallery.
For more details about Mary Beth Percival and her art, contact us at:
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Saucers over the Big Stack:
This piece represents Monte's diverse use of mediums, as he uses the gouache both in the style of a watercolor and as a thicker medium, with a consistency closer to that of an acrylic paint. Self Portrait Monte Dolack: 1984 24" x 20" Gouache on Paper $1,900.00
Frame of Mind is pleased to announce the addition of our gallery space to the store. The gallery space is the new home for Monte Dolack and Mary Beth Percival's art work, where we can display the full collection of their posters, fine art prints, notecards, post cards, and lithographs available in stock at our location.
Monte Dolack is a staple in the world of Montana artwork. His artwork captures the true magic and beauty that is found all around us in Montana. A native of Great Falls, Monte Dolack grew up surrounded by the same sweeping vistas and big sky that inspired Charlie Russell. His love of Montana and passion for the West’s diverse landscapes and wildlife are evident in the images he creates and the commissions he undertakes.
Visit us today to see the artist’s collected works and view a rotating gallery of beautifully framed pieces by both Monte Dolack and Mary Beth Percival.