Chelsea Smith, ArtSplot's co-Founder, has some new pieces that are available for you to peruse. These pieces will be on display beginning with the ArtSplot's during the Art Walk on Friday, September 13, 2019.

Prices range between $100 and $1,250. Commissions are also available. Please inquire!


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"Foliage Spots" In response to and inspired by June 3, 2019 New Yorker spots: oil, 9" x 12" each
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Close up of one of the foliage spots: charcoal and metallic study and oil painting, 9" x 12" each
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Close up of one of the foliage spots: charcoal and metallic study and oil painting, 9" x 12" each
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"Ladies Having Coffee" Developed from an on location sketch done in San Fransisco in 1985 I came across three decades later: brayer rolled and stamped inks, collaged birds, and pastel, 28"x 20"
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"Spring Mountain Rose in Faceted Vase" Cut and arranged to dress up the studio for Gallery Walk: acrylic, 30" x 24"
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"Winter Birds" It was spring, until I used inks, brayers, and monotype prints to change the season, 18" x 24"
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"Autumn Mountain Rose with Chickadees" Acrylic with paver brick prints, 12" x 24"
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"Three Bottles Still-Life" A developed demonstration: acrylic, palette knife, pastel, 9" x 12"
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"Marigolds" Acrylic. 5" x 7"
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"Elk in Mammoth, Wyoming" Oil, 11" x 14"
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"Going into Gallatin Canyon" Developed from an onsite sketch, acrylic, 24" x 36"
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"Clematis" Oil, 9" x 12"
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"Small House in Maudlow, Montana" Developed demonstration completed on location: acrylic, palette knife, brush, pencil, 12" x 9"
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"Cooper Park Trees" Developed demonstration, acrylic, 11"x14"
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"From The Dock" A collage of images that surround our dock: acrylic, 12" x 36"
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"Rubber Chicken Tray" A collaborative ArtSplot teacher low relief ceramic tray, approx. 9" x 19"
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"Coffee Man, He's Everywhere!" A collaborative fifth to eighth grade ArtSplot student/teacher collage, ink, 14" x 22"
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"Coffee Man, He's Everywhere!" A collaborative fifth to eighth grade ArtSplot student/teacher collage, ink, 22" x 14"

October Art Programs 2020

The ArtSplot, with artists/art educators Chelsea and Richard Smith, is offering these programs this October.

No School PIR Days K-12
» Thursday, October 15, 2020
» Friday, October 16, 2020

No School Day Parent/Teacher Conferences K-5
» Monday, October 26, 2020
» Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Programs are between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. and are for students ages six and up. Cost is $70 per day. Activities will include printmaking, painting, pastels, and sculpture. The subject matter will be seasonally inspired! Class size is limited to six participants.

Click here to register or call us to register at (406) 587-8424! If you sign up and we cancel the program because of COVID-19 concerns, you will be refunded.


Please refer to our COVID-19 guidelines below.

Keep up your creativity!

The ArtSplot is now offering "Time For Art" by appointment!

Your "Time For Art" might be Wednesday afternoon from 4:00 to 5:30, or Tuesday morning from 10:00 to 11:30 for a 4th and 6th grader from one family, and their friends of the same age with their little brother, too, from another family.

Activities are up for suggestion, and cost is materials and numbers dependent, so please inquire! We do printmaking or paintings in response to sunflowers, or do paper sculptures of "the annoying flies of fall."


Classes are for ages six and up and class size is limited to five from your family or pod

Cost is $25 per participant. Masks, social distancing, and enjoyment of doing art are required.

Click here to register or call us to register at (406) 587-8424! If you sign up and we cancel the program because of COVID-19 concerns, you will be refunded.


Please refer to our COVID-19 guidelines below.

COVID-19 Safety Measures

We are taking additional steps to ensure our safety and the safety our students and their families.

» Group size is limited to six participants to help with social distancing.

» Particpants will be outside at locations of comfort and artistic inspiration even more than usual.

» Participants will be provided their own art supplies.

» ArtSplot van use will be limited, if at all.

» Participants will have their own specific place to be, whether outdoors or in the studio.

» The studio will be less cluttered, more organized, touch points will be wiped down and disinfected every day, and during the day.

» We are asking participants to bring wipes, mask, hand sanitizer, etc.

» We won't be offering our fun and healthy snacks (remember the heart shaped waffles, cooked hot right there in the studio, with homemade strawberry jam?). Awww man.

» Loud voices and exerted breathing from physical activity will be controlled / limited.

» Be aware of and control allergies that cause sneezing.


Please talk through these guidelines with your child and impress upon them their importance. Chelsea and Richard will review these expectations each day, ensuring safety, respect, and enjoyment for all program participants. If a student's behavior presents a concern for themselves or others they may be removed from the program with no refund or credit.

In addition, registration and payment secures your space. If we cancel due to COVID-19 you will be fully refunded or fully credited (your choice).