Design & Style

A Sampling of Montana Cabin Country Art

Rugged & striking in its splendor
By Michele Corriel
Published: June 18, 2010

Montana art, whether it’s made exclusively for a cabin or for a museum, is undoubtedly influenced by the land. From the stunning beauty of the rugged mountains to the steady roar of a river to the gentle slope of a trout-filled stream, all act as inspiration for the region’s artists and artisans. Montana provides a place for creativity and splendor, as evidenced here by the work of these fine artists and artisans from the region.

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