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Helena Spring Art Walk is celebrating its 28 years from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 10. This is an annual event dedicated to displaying Helena’s finest artists hosted by downtown businesses. This event brings businesses, local artists, and the Helena community together to experience a variety of art in unique venues throughout downtown. There will be free food and beverages, live music and door prizes at select locations.

Here is a list of all participating artists and venues:

Neill Avenue

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Helena Branch

100 Neill Ave.

Through nature-inspired painting and sculpture, Tim Holmes illustrates the inner material beneath politics and personality that imbues everyday life with passionate richness.

Front Street and Great Northern Town Center

The Brewhouse

939 Getchell St.

Nicole Woody, contemporary artist inspired by dogs, wildlife, literature and music. Tiffany Yetter, fifth-generation Montanan and self-taught artist. Kitty Brown, photographer, cookie baker, dog-treat maker.

The Lewis and Clark Humane Society, committed to caring for the well-being of lost and abandoned pets, will bring some furry friends. Stop by to enjoy art and make some new friends.

Last Chance Gulch (Lyndale to 6th Avenue)

Mountain Sage Gallery

433 N. Last Chance Gulch

Mountain Sage Gallery displays a variety of art produced by some of the finest artists Helena has to offer.

Aunt Bonnie's Book and Gifts

419 N. Last Chance Gulch

Louise Ogemahgeshig Fischer is an American Indian artist showing old, free-handed plasma cut metal works. Similar to drawing with pencil and paper.

Jodi Marcum is a Native American and native Helenan artist, focusing in pencil portraits.

Boxwoods

426 N. Last Chance Gulch

Nikki Campbell, artist behind NikkiBean Designs, draws inspiration from natural elements and infuses the meaning of each piece into her beautiful jewelry. Colleen Rogan's art is a faith journey where she lets the paint take the lead.

Kate Runnall's has been a watercolor artist for over 20 years.

Beargrass Trading Co.

417 N. Last Chance Gulch

Sara Fleming, an artist inspired by growing up in the mountains of Montana and living life in Yellowstone National Park.

Mosaic Architecture

428 N. Last Chance Gulch

Artists from the Clay Arts Guild of Helena, a non-profit community group made up of clay enthusiasts of all skill levels, will have beautiful creations for sale. There will be a special fundraising sale to benefit an expanding project at the Guild.

JMACS Pottery

411 N. Last Chance Gulch

Visit with resident artists Jeremy McFarlane, Joshua Reeder, David Fortner, and Jolene Hendrix

JMACS Pottery exhibit

Jeremy McFarlane, owner of JMACS Pottery, throws a coffee cup in his Last Chance Gulch Studio.

Bert & Ernie's

361 N. Last Chance Gulch

Landscape artist Tom Morgan and photographer Bob Farrar.

Cobblestone Clothing Co.

337 N. Last Chance Gulch

Sarah Ludtke-Heagle's artwork is inspired by nature. Courtney Schuele uses locally sourced aspen and walnut for unique and beautiful serving boards.

Golden Leaf Gallery

314 N. Last Chance Gulch

Contemporary artists Quang Ho, Scott Burdick, Dan McCaw and Dan Garhartz.

The Community

109 6th Ave.

Emily Nelson is an amazing wood artist creating unique one-of-a-kind art pieces, tables and barn doors and more.

LaPa Grill

32 W. 6th Ave.

Fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters with works of art by kids from Helena. Half of the art’s sale price goes to the child-artist with the other half going to BBBS.

LaPa Grill exhibit is Fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters

Fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters with works of art by kids from Helena at LaPa Grill. Half of the art’s sale price goes to the child-artist with the other half going to BBBS.

Reach Higher Montana

40 W. 6th Ave.

On display will be art from Helena High, Capital High, Project for Alternative Learning, Broadwater High, and Jefferson High Schools. Mediums include watercolor, acrylic, sculpture, mixed media, wood, metal, and more

Suki Cafe

11 W. 6th Ave.

The Helena Photographic Society will be hosting eight photographers.

Downtown Walking Mall

Imagine Jewelry and Gifts

62 N. Last Chance Gulch

Rebecca Wells, acrylic painter whose work ranges from detailed landscapes, wildlife scenery, realistic pets portraiture, and bold, vivid abstract art. Bobbi deMontigny adds a little dysfunction to functional pottery by combining expressive illustrations with hand thrown locally sourced stoneware.

Arcade Building

111 N. Last Chance Gulch

Sandra (AKA Sequoia Rising) is an encaustic (hot wax), mix media artist. She also has work using acrylic mix media, ink dyes on mineral paper and more.

Big Dipper Ice Cream

58 N. Last Chance Gulch

Cory Krings creates intricately detailed hand- cut snowflakes depicting a variety of scenes and themes, from pop culture, nature, and business logos.

Big Dipper exhibit Cory Krings creates intricately detailed hand- cut snowflakes

Cory Krings creates intricately detailed hand-cut snowflakes depicting a variety of scenes and themes, from pop culture, nature, and business logos on exhibit at Big Dipper Ice Cream.

The Hawthorn Bottle Shop & Tasting Room

46 N. Last Chance Gulch

While you are downtown enjoying the Art Walk stop by The Hawthorn, meet friends, have a drink, and toast Helena’s incredible community of artists.

Ten Mile Creek Brewery

48 N. Last Chance Gulch

Grab a pint and hang out with Kevin League, Amanda Grant, and Davis Goodson as they each showcase their unique art art styles.

The Lotus

40 N. Last Chance Gulch

Art in Motion at The Lotus with free Yoga Flow from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Free OULA from 6:45 to 7:30 p.m. All are welcome, no experience needed.

The Double Tree by Hilton

22 N. Last Chance Gulch

Dick Smith’s photos of nature and wilderness in their natural habitat.

Bird & Beasleys

2 S. Last Chance Gulch

Sample Montana-made treats and visit with Montana Wild's educational birds. Free balloon art by The Balloon Man.

Birds & Beasleys exhibit

Local backyard birding, art and gift store Birds & Beasleys.

Pan Handler

21 S. Last Chance Gulch

Metal artist Colton Schluter.

Wildflower Craft Boutique

38 S. Last Chance Gulch

Live Life Clothing Co. will be in the store displaying their clothing.

Ghost Art Gallery

21 S. Last Chance Gulch

Carol Zirkle is an oil painter whose artwork highlights the best of rural Montana.

Lewis & Clark Library

120 S. Last Chance Gulch

Kallie Audet paints rich and striking Montana landscapes from her home in Townsend. Cadin Tate at 12 years old, he has a way of capturing moments through photography. He focuses on wildlife of the world, nature and landscapes.

Aizada Imports

46 S. Last Chance Gulch

Virginia Niccolucci is a jewelry artist from Helena, Montana. The Unpredictables, local husband and wife musical duo Adelle and Jeremy Terry, will be playing live in the store.

The Base Camp

5 W. Broadway

Come shop #FINDJOY at The Base Camp as we share our story through photography, conversation and apparel.

Ahmann Brothers Real Estate

104 E. Broadway St., Ste. 1

Lisa Ernst's functional porcelain contains strong influences from Japan folk craft tradition and classical European forms, with a gestural watercolor style of design work.

Park Avenue Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices 

50 S. Park

Ebbie Hansen is a Helena-based photographer and design artist.

The Myrna Loy

15 N. Ewing

Andy White's exhibit is a visual love affair with the landscapes and sights of Montana. Judy Paton and Valerie Hellermann will sell small works to benefit Hands on Global, a powerhouse little organization in Helena that takes medical services to some of the world's most troubled refugee camps.

Myrna Loy exhit Andy White's exhibit

Andy White's exhibit is a visual love affair with the landscapes and sights of Montana on exhibit at Myrna Loy Center.

Sage & Oats Trading Post

330 N. Jackson St.

Shirley Robinett creates whimsical collages by overlaying painted paper or recycle paintings into layered images, adding a variety of materials to adorn each image. Visual Artist Kae Cheatham has worked with photography and digital art for more than 25 years. Helena resident Warren Duffield became interested in mountain dulcimers and tried his hand at playing and then creating these music box instruments. Youth artist, Kyra Robinson, has been featured in the Holter Youth Electrum 2018 and 2019 for her fan art and graphic illustration.

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