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'Romey Stuckart: Within and Without' honors the late Idaho artist
Installation view of Romey Stuckart: Within and Without, artwork copyright the artist, photo courtesy of MAM.



MISSOULA, MONT.- The Missoula Art Museum presents Romey Stuckart: Within and Without, which features large paintings and drawings by the late Idaho artist.

Romey Stuckart painted expressive landscape scenes which drew on the natural world throughout her decades-long career. She said of her work: “My main interest lies not in what is considered tangible, factual, logical, but in that which eludes us; the spirit, the unknown, the felt…These paintings deal with the forest of the interior; being within the woods, involved with and surrounded by nature. My interest is not as much in the specific space or event, but in the subjective, psychological associations it triggers.”

Rosemary "Romey" Stuckart was born in Sublimity, Oregon in 1955. She graduated from Gonzaga University in Spokane and received an MFA from the University of Iowa. She and her husband Stephen Schultz moved to Hope, Idaho in 1987, where they became integrated into the arts community. She was awarded the Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship in 1992 and the Visual Artists Fellowship Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1993. Her work was shown extensively in both solo and group exhibitions across the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain West. Stuckart lived in Hope with her husband until her death in 2020, while planning for this exhibition was underway.

The public is invited to a celebration of the artist’s life Friday, May 6 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Missoula Art Museum. An exhibition catalog featuring essays by MAM senior curator Brandon Reintjes and independent curator Ben Mitchell will be available for purchase. Mitchell will speak at 6 p.m. about Romey’s artistic talents and career. Catalog support comes from Humanities Montana, Hope Circle LLC, and A.R.T./Sandpoint A.I.R.

Within and Without is on view at the Missoula Art Museum through June 11, 2022.










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