Display at the Missoula Airport

Montana Clay has artwork on display in the first floor of the main terminal in the Missoula airport. On average the displays are up for two months. The display case is triangular in shape, w/ the point trimmed off to a 12″ side. The front window is approx.76″ long, short side w/ window is 45″ long and the back wall is about 82″ long. The access door is 73″ tall x 42″ wide. The two windows are 73” tall.

There are three overhead spot lights, and an electrical outlet on the back wall. The walls are gray. There are some small pedestals available to help with display. Adrian Arleo is the point person to communicate with the airport and can be contacted at: aarleo@gmail.com

Current calendar of exhibitions:

1. September thru October – Wood Kilns & Wood Firing in Montana
2. November thru December – Student Ceramic Work from UM & MSU
3. January thru March – Red Lodge Clay Center
4. April thru June – Ladyfire, Clay Studio all-women Anagama fired work
5. July thru September – Montana Clay Tour

Display of pottery fired in a wood kiln including work by Phil Mahn, David Hiltner, Jake Brodsky, David Peters, George McCauley, Scott McClellan and Tara Wilson

Recent acquisitions from the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts in Helena Montana. Work by former Artist in Residents: Chris Dufala, Christina Erives, Shoji Satake, Keith Simpson, Lauren Smith, Peter Beasecker, and Mark Hewitt
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Contemporary Doll Exhibition by Montana Clay Artist: Beth Lo, Carla Potter, Jonathan Read, Adrian Arleo, Mimi Werner, Chris Riccardo, Susan Carson, Janet Whaley

Missoula Clay Artist Doug Baldwin

Artist in Residence at the Clay Studio of Missoula

Three Missoula Potters: Donna Flanery, Courtney Murphy, Alison Reintjes