Grainhouse Art founding partners, from left to right: Molly Stratton, Laurel Hatch, Anna Patterson, & Elizabeth McRae.

Grainhouse Art founding partners, from left to right: Molly Stratton, Laurel Hatch, Anna Patterson, & Elizabeth McRae.

about US

Four artists partnered in the spring of 2018 to create a space to exhibit their own artwork and the work of other artists who inspire them. What began as a business partnership quickly became a family of like-minded creatives with a shared desire to connect with their neighbors through art of all mediums.  Displaying the partners' work year-round, the gallery also shares it's walls with a handful of featured artists -- both emerging and established --  and hosts special events to celebrate more ephemeral forms of creative expression: poetry, environmental installations, music, and more.

The gallery is housed in an historic grain elevator on Bozeman's growing Northside.  Once a vast storage space for grain, the building's history is part of the story --  a place where farmers, buyers, and seeds gathered is still a site for beginnings, big ideas, and community. 

The Mill is home to not one, but two galleries!  Visit the neighboring Misco Mill Gallery when you stop by.

We are collectors of light, of visual stories, of images made powerful by our unique understanding and sharing of them. We connect. We express. We expand.  
— Elizabeth McRae