Steve Huston & Floyd DeWitt: Exhibit 1
About Steve Huston
Steve Huston is an internationally renowned painter and draftsman. Huston was born and raised in Alaska. He studied at Pasadena’s Art Center College of Design, while working each summer to pay his tuition. Even before graduating with his BFA, Huston began illustrating for such clients as Caesar’s Palace, MGM, Paramount Pictures and Universal Studios among others. Huston began teaching life drawing and painting, composition and anatomy; first at his alma mater, then at the Disney, Warner Brothers and DreamWorks studios. He began his career as a fine artist in 1995, winning top prizes at the California Art Club Gold Medal Show that year and the following. Huston continues exhibiting his work widely.
Some artworks we exhibited by Huston include “Sara in the Studio Doorway,” “Heave,” and “Day by Day.”
For more information on Huston and his art, visit his website here.
About Floyd DeWitt
Floyd DeWitt was born in Wolf Point, Montana in 1934 and is intimately familiar with the land that the Indians roamed and that his father later homesteaded. In his youth he aspired to be a cowboy artist, emulating the work of C M Russell and Frederic Remington. His love of the West was never forgotten but rather it developed dimension and quality when DeWitt attended the Minneapolis School of Art. In 1960 he began study at the Royal Academy of Fine Art in Amsterdam, Holland. He returned to the United States in 1984 and moved back to Montana. He had a one man show “The Silent Voice of Form” at the Holter Museum of Art in Helena in 1991. He continues to actively produce fine art.
DeWitt’s exhibited works included “Innocence,” “Homage to the Pioneer,” and “The Struggle.”
For more information on DeWitt and his art, visit his website here.
Some Bumps in the Road
The first exhibit of the Bozeman Art Museum opened on January 3, 2020 at our first home at 2612 W Main St in Bozeman, Montana. The exhibit was closed in mid March due to the COVID outbreak until June 3rd when we reopened. We had our hard working board members picking up the artwork in the snow and preparing for our opening.