Mary Michael is a Montana native who has enjoyed creating art since she was young. Her first professional sculpture debut was in 1998. Mary's favorite medium is clay and creating realistic bronzes of subjects that touch her heart.
Mary has a special place in her heart for Native American history and current issues. Her well-acclaimed sculpture "Sacajawea - At the Yellowstone" stands in both Livingston and Three Forks. Her sculpture "Silence Speaks" was created for awareness of the missing indigenous women.
She has earned awards like the monument "At the Yellowstone", chosen as first of 27 artists from 11 states and located at Sacajawea Park. and been collected across the United States -
LORI BLAYLOCK is one of Zier Gallery's fantastic jewelry artist. She is a 4th generation Montanan with a Bachelor of Arts and an Art Major that included 3 areas of concentration: Drawing, Watercolor, and Ceramics.
She started her company, and orignally called it 2Dog Studio in 2009. Her studio is located in Billings, MT.
Her jewelry is quite unique, with most parts hand-crafted, using authentic western stone, semi-precious stones, and incorporating antique pieces.
is a Montana artist, and owner of Zier Gallery in Bridger, Montana, and whose family homesteaded in the Bridger area 6 generations ago.
Oil Painter and muralist, she paints magnificent still-lifes, horses, portraits and pleine aire landscapes. Drawing is another of her forte's.
Dana has worked as a professional artist for many years, and taught at Montana State University - Billings, Purdue University, Valparaiso University, and St. Joseph's College. She lives in Bridger, MT with her husband, Christopher Konz.
ZIER GALLERY JEWELRY ARTISTS
Belt, MT. Fine sculptor artist
Two Gem Hunters have a series of jewelry from Montana stone that are found, cut, polished and turned into uniquely Montana jewelry pieces by Deb and Tim Zimbleman, of Bridger, MT.
Zier Gallery is one of the only places to find their Bear Canyon agate pieces.
LINDI O'BRIEN is a multi-talented artist and teacher from Fromberg, MT. She has brought to the gallery beautiful fused jewelry pieces and other glass works.
Although this is only one of the media she successfully uses, the jewelry is new and a wonderful addition to the gallery!
Maggie Huls is now in Whitehall, MI. Regan Groome is now in Scotland. Growing up in an artist's family, sisters Maggie and Regan learned all the hard-working skills it takes to be a successful artist. Maggie helped develop the Photography Major at Rocky Mountain College. Regan got a Masters in Historic Renovation at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. Both sisters work in tandem and are developing an exceptional body of work in watercolor, ink, needle-felted wool, photography and fiberwork. Their work is always expanding!
BONNIE ZIMMER is a friend and artist from Rensselaer, IN. One of her many strengths is her jewelry, both in metal work, stone and clay, with exceptional wire weaving on many of the pieces.
She often uses natural stones, and has a great reverence for the culture and symbolism of indiginous peoples. This is often reflected in her jewelry. Come check it out at the gallery!