LEEANN RAMEY ART
[contemporary expressions through color and texture]
2022 UPCOMING EVENTS:
Art Walk, 2nd Friday of the month June thru September, and December 2022
At Main Street Market, 233 E Main St, Bozeman
Novermber 9th – "Whimsical Holiday Trees"
November 13th – "Rollin' with my Gnomies"
November 30th – "Santa Bear"
December 1 – "Rollin' with my Gnomies"
December 14 – "Rollin' with my Gnomies"
December 15 – "Whimsical Holiday Trees"
December 17 – Santa Bear
And that's it until 2023!
More December dates will be announced soon. Or plan your own party or corporate event —
Your office, brewery, home or my studio, anywhere.
All supplies provided. Show up, have fun, and we handle the rest. 10 painter minimum. Email email@example.com or call for more information.
IT'S MY BIRTHDAY MONTH!
And it's a BIG birthday so this year, I'm celebrating each and everyone of you. Take $60 OFF all framed canvas prints, any size, all month long. Plus free shipping. I have several to choose from so you could knock out your holiday shopping and have them shipped all in one step.
LOOK FOR MY ART ON THE NOVEMBER COVER OF BOZEMAN MAGAZINE!
Thanks Bozeman Magazine for supporting local artists, featuring my art on the cover, and sharing my story!
Thursday November 17, 5-8pm
Bozeman ladies will be celebrated all evening with food/drink/shopping specials, all over downtown.
Stop by the gallery and meet Beth Loftis; she will be here demonstrating her unique technique using oil pastel and watercolor.
We will also be raffling off an original DG House "Blue Bear" painting with 100% of the proceeds benefiting Friends of Montana Shakespeare in the Park.
Plus all kinds of discounts, giveaways and refreshments
Featured Bozeman Artists:
Contemporary Indigenous Painter
Featuring twelve new paintings through December.
Stop in and meet DG, she is a regular artist in residence ant Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks plus has paintings in museums and private collections world-wide!
DG is known for her Blue Bears and only paints a limited number each year. We are currently partnering with Friends of Shakespeare in the Parks to raffle an original "Blue Bear" painting. The drawing will be held at the gallery on December 15th. DG will be here but if you can't make it, we will live-stream the event. Tickets are $20 each or 6/$100 and will be available soon.
ELIZABETH GEERS LOFTIS
Oil Pastel w/watercolor Overlay
Meet Beth at Ladies Night 11/17
Adair Peck – Encaustic and Papier Mâché
Carrie French – Abstract Oil Painter
LeeAnn Ramey – Oil, Acrylic & Mixed Media
VISIT US at the Emerson, #110, Galleria Hall, Bozeman MT 59715
11– 5pm Tuesday – Friday
10 – 2 Saturday
Closed Sunday – Monday
And by appointment, text or call 406-404-0813
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A native Nashvillian, LeeAnn Ramey worked as a graphic designer in the country music industry for over 25 years while also painting part-time. After relocating to Bozeman in 2014, she decided to pursue her passion for painting. She is a self-taught contemporary oil, acrylic, and mixed media painter, married with two daughters, and an awesome black lab studio dog.
LeeAnn’s paintings are contemporary expressions of color and texture. She is curious by nature and loves the prospect of discovering something new when she paints — whether it’s experimenting with different mediums, paints, or subjects, she likes to have fun and explore. Her use of bold energetic colors and brushstrokes creates a fresh, vibrant and graphic quality in her paintings. LeeAnn is inspired by the beauty and wildlife found in Montana and enjoys painting abstracts, landscapes, animals and figures. She is known for her brightly colored dog portraits and welcomes all commissions.
Join LeeAnn downtown for her monthly Sip-N-Paint (SNP) events at Main Street Marketplace, the second Wednesday and Thursday of each month. She is also available for private SNP bookings and corporate events for groups of 10-30 and brings all of the supplies to your home, office, favorite watering hole, or resort. She plans the paintings in advance and guides you step-by-step to create your own beautiful frame-worthy work of art!
Her work is exhibited throughout Bozeman and beyond, and available at her downtown gallery at The Emerson where she also represents several local and nationally known artists. LeeAnn’s paintings can be found in several permanent collections including Bozeman’s Kimpton Hotel lobby and Fielding’s restaurant, Sage Living in Jackson Hole, WY, the new Veteran’s Home in Butte, MT, and many other locations throughout the United States.
LeeAnn is an active member of the Downtown Bozeman Association and a regular volunteer within our art community. She was honored with several awards over the summer, including 1st place at both the Sweet Pea Festival’s juried show and the Big Sky Country State Fair. For more information on exhibitions, awards, Sip-N-Paints, and gallery happenings, follow her on Facebook and Instagram @LeeAnn Ramey Art, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit her website, LeeAnnrameyart.com.
• Cover Artist – Bozeman Magazine, November 2022
• 1st Place Winner, Sweet Pea Art Festival Juried Show, Bozeman, MT — August 2022, 3rd place Feb ‘22 & Aug ‘21
• 1st Place, Judge’s Choice, & Superintendents Choice, Big Sky Country State Fair, Bozeman, MT — July 2022
• Poster Award Winner - Plein Air on the Yellowstone, Livingston, MT — August 2022 & August 2020
• 1st Place and Reserve Best of Show Winner, Big Sky State Fair, Bozeman, MT — August 2021
• On-Site Installation - Sage Living Center, Jackson Hole, WY — Two 30x40 Oil paintings — January 2021
• On-Site Installation - Kimpton Hotel, Bozeman, MT – 12 paintings in Lobby & Fielding’s Restaurant — July 2020
• Featured Sip&SLAM artist at Nordic Brew Works — October–January 2021
• Sweet Pea Face Covering Contest Winner, Bozeman, MT — September 2020
"The best way to predict the future is to create it"