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Fri, Aug 04



ArtWalk with Danielle Egnew and Rebecca Douglas

This free Montana summer downtown-strolling tradition bursts to life with a duo collection premier of Danielle Egnew and Rebecca Douglas' oil works, in the Barjon's Books Gallery!

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ArtWalk with Danielle Egnew and Rebecca Douglas
ArtWalk with Danielle Egnew and Rebecca Douglas

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Aug 04, 2023, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM MDT

Billings, 223 N 29th St, Billings, MT 59101, USA

About the event

Enjoy the balmy Big Sky summer evening with a traditional ArtWalk stroll downtown to appreciate the inspiration of local artists! Complimentary wine and cider will be served at this event.

About the event:

Danielle Egnew is a multi-award-winning artist across differing artistic genres, her fine oil work being sold to collectors all across the globe. Her new oil series, “Bigger Sky”, premiers at the August 4th Artwalk in Barjon’s Books. “Bigger Sky” brings focus to the universal and spiritual energy in the clouds above us. As clouds are birthed with each weather pattern, they teach us to draw strength from even the most difficult of situations; the same chaos which churns together a monstrous storm also creates the most power.

You may also recognize Danielle from Discovery+ and The Travel Channel, where she appears on “American Mystery” and “Undiscovered Mysteries”, or from fronting her bands, Danielle Egnew and the Moonshine Preachers, and Into The Plow (with Pope Jane’s Holly Shawver.)


Rebecca Douglas is a 30yr veteran of the arts with a heavy focus on Fine Art Photography. With an award-winning eye that seeks light, she has applied her artistic skills to multiple genres, the latest being fine oil paints.

Rebecca’s fascination with the Aspen stems from the concept that all life is interconnected. The Aspens are a reminder to all of us that there is strength, growth, safety and beauty when we cultivate our own groves of community. Rebecca premiers her “Aspen Grove Series” at Barjons on Aug.4th

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