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Four Generations of Art showcases one Missoula family

By Kevin Maki, KECI Reporter, kmaki@keci.com
Published On: Dec 24 2013 12:27:27 PM MST
Updated On: Nov 01 2013 08:45:42 PM MDT
Four Generations of Art showcases one Missoula family
MISSOULA, Mont. -

Four Generations of Art opens Friday night at the Dana Gallery in Missoula. That's four generations of art produced from one Missoula family.

More than 120 pieces are on show -- paintings, ceramics, photography, carvings.

Patriarch Martin Leibenguth does fish carvings. Marie Leibenguth Stockhill does pottery and ceramics.

Jeff Green stretches the canvases and builds the frames for his wife A.M. Stockhill's paintings.

"I think a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to bring all of us together," said A.M. "This may never happen again. For Bowen (her two-year-old son) to be able to be in an art show with his great grandpa."

Even 2-year-old Bowen Green has joined the family of artists.

Young Bowen has already begun painting.

Four Generations of Art will be on display at Dana through November.