Mountain Art Show at Great Burn Brewing with Christina Rice (Alpine Line Art) & Samantha Hinckley (Studio SHH)
Enjoy a delicious brew while you attend a Mountain Art Show at Great Burn Brewing featuring the artwork of Christina Rice (Alpine Line Art) and Samantha Hinckley (Studio SHH) Friday, November 17 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm!
About Christina Rice | Alpine Line Art:
Christina’s work explores our human connection with the natural world and explores our deep compulsion to explore natural places through a variety of lived experiences, such as skiing, mountain biking, hiking, climbing, fishing, etc. The title of her business, Alpine Line Art, refers both to the fleeting lines we leave on a landscape by engaging in these activities and to the lasting lines the landscape leaves on our internal experience. It represents the connection between the individual and their environment. The ultimate goal of her work is to explore the serene peace and unbridled joy that a life lived in nature can provide. Find out more about Alpine Line Art or shop online at: www.alpinelineart.com
About Samantha Hinckley | Studio SHH:
Samantha Hinckley (Studio SHH) is a printmaker, painter, Pilates instructor and dancer based out of Bozeman. She has a passion for mountains and movement and is inspired by a life lived outside in beautiful Big Sky Country. She believes that, like people, individual landscapes have distinctive personalities. Through her work, she intends to give a voice to our surrounding environments and engage listeners in both an appreciation of “place” and the realization of the inherent relationship between humans and nature. Learn More about Samantha Hinckley and her work at: www.studioshh.com
Shop prints from both Artists at Great Burn Brewing Friday, November 17 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
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