Kim Michels is an award winning equine photographer who lives in the Red Lodge area of Montana. Primarily self-taught, she specializes in wild horse photography and has studied with some of the country's top equine photographers. Kim is a member of the esteemed Equine Photographers Network, an international organization.
Kim is a Minnesota native, and has travelled the west to follow her love of horses. She has worked for various horse sanctuaries across the country and has assisted with equine rescues..
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.
Bridger, MT. Fine sculptor artist
Mary Michael is a Montana native who has enjoyed creating art since she was young. Mary's favorite medium is clay and creating realistic bronzes of subjects that touch her heart. She has studied and mentored with artists such as Jeff Wolf and Philippe Faraut . 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 -
Whitehall, MI. Growing up in an artist's family, Maggie learned all the hard-working skills it takes to be a successful photographer. She helped develop the Photography Major at Rocky Mountain College. She taught photography at St. Joseph's College in Indiana. Her gorgeous, thought-out photographs include the Montana Landscape and people, as well as her love of charity in Africa.