Monte Dolack: the Works
Offered as E book only.
A native of Great Falls, Montana, Monte Dolack studied art at Montana State University and The University of Montana.
He opened his first studio in 1974. Monte has been the recipient of a number of prestigious awards in the course of his career, and his work is part of the collection of the Library of Congress, the American Association of Museums, the National Wildfire Foundation and numerous other museums and corporations.
foreword by Annick Smith
- A feast for Monte Dolack fans, this celebration of his artwork at mid-career gathers 178 color reproductions of posters, paintings, and working sketches that were created from the 1970s to 2000.
Much of Dolack's art reflects the American West (in reality as well as in legend) and his home state of Montana. His distinctive style and universal messages long have attracted collectors (and imitators) around the United States and abroad.
- Color reproductions of posters, paintings, working sketches.
- Filmmaker/editor Annick Smith contributes a personal essay on Dolack's life and career from her dual perspectives as friend and fan.
- Candid photographs of Dolack over the years illustrate this section. Margaret C. Kingsland, former director of Montana Committee for the Humanities, analyzes Dolack's images, subjects, and approach.
- Offering appreciations of Monte Dolack's work are fellow artists, collectors, and friends Anthony Acerrano, Rudy Autio, Dana Boussard, Doug Chadwick, Ivan Doig, Kay Ellerhoff, Dan Kemmis, Milo Miles, Dorothy Hinshaw Patent, and Pat Williams.