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Downtown Bozeman September 2023 Guest Artist - George Kalantzes

Posted on September 5, 2023 by ERA Landmark

ERA Landmark proudly announces our current Guest Artist showing in our downtown Bozeman office! Stop by to view George Kalantzes' stunning Montana landscape photography now through the month of SeptemberJoin us Friday, August 11th from 6:00-8:00 pm for Downtown Bozeman's final Art Walk of the summer to celebrate and meet our artist and see the release of his latest photo book “More Than A Pretty Picture: The Art of Landscape Photography"!

About George

George Kalantzes is a Montana landscape photographer passionate about preserving the beauty and solitude of wild places in the Western United States. His artwork depicts the quiet beauty found within the grand landscapes of the West. Simple, intimately composed images are key characteristics of his images that are artistic interpretations of his experiences afield. He is a self-taught photographer who embarked on a professional landscape photography career in 2014.

In addition to work in the field, George devotes a considerable amount of time studying and educating himself on traditional and contemporary elements of photography. His photography has been previously exhibited at The Emerson Center for the Art & Culture (Bozeman, MT); Livingston Center for Art & Culture (Livingston, MT); Sweet Pea Art Show - ERA Landmark Realty Gallery (Bozeman, MT); Lockhorn Cider House (Bozeman, MT); Auction for the Arts (Big Sky, MT); Art’e Gallery (St. George, UT); Center for the Arts at Kayenta (Ivins, UT); and at The Frame Garden Gallery (Livingston, MT). George has three self-published photography books: My Montana, Perspectives of a Montana Landscape Photographer. In The Moment, Perspectives of a Utah Landscape Photographer. A 2022 Retrospective. He is currently working on a 4th book that will be released during the opening of his solo photography exhibit being held September 2023 in Bozeman, Montana.

George is currently represented by Gallery 873 at the Kayenta Arts Village in Ivins, Utah. The Frame Garden Gallery and Livingston Center for Arts & Culture in Livingston, Montana.

Giving back to various charities and supporting the communities that he lives in is very important to George. Most recently, raising over $13,000 in sales of his photography over a three-week period in 2021. 100% of the proceeds were donated to the Cure Alzheimer’s Fund.

George’s imagery is collected by private individuals and has appeared on the app for the 2021 Bozeman International Film Festival. He has licensed images on display at the Cannery District (Bozeman, MT); Livingston HealthCare; and Benefis Health System (Great Falls, MT). He has also contributed or placed cover images in publications including St. George Utah Health & Wellness Magazine, Montana Quarterly Magazine, Bozeman Magazine, Gallatin River Task Force Annual Report, and Montana Fly Fishing Magazine.


More Than A Pretty Picture: The Art of Landscape Photography

"Since becoming a professional landscape photographer in 2014, my images have increasingly focused on more intimate, smaller segments of the broader landscape. I particularly enjoy this process because it imposes a more deliberate, thoughtful approach to photography. One that in my estimation fully enables the creative mind and produces more artistic images. The desire to create this type of imagery is motivated solely out of my personal interest in experiencing and sharing the quiet beauty of nature in uncluttered places.

My photography is done primarily in out-of-the-way places, often well away from others and almost always alone. It is in these places that I can fully concentrate on what I’m trying to accomplish photographically. There are many artists and places in the western US that I draw inspiration from. Without question, the quiet corners of rural landscapes are some that speak to me the most.

I am a strong believer that artistic endeavors should be motivated and judged by the degree to which the artist presents their own unique vision, interpretations, feelings, and personality. Specifically with the intent of producing art that is personally satisfying. If I am successful at staying true to this vision I’ve accomplished what I’ve set out to achieve both personally and professionally."


Our Pledge

ERA Landmark has always approached hanging artists in our office a little differently - instead of taking a commission from art sales, we ask our artists to donate a small percentage towards a local charity or nonprofit near and dear to their hearts. George has pledged to donate 15% of his art proceeds from any sales to American Prairie whose mission is "to create one of the largest nature reserves in the United States, a refuge for people and wildlife preserved forever as part of America's heritage." To further help support George's cause, ERA Landmark will be price-matching a donation of up to $250 as well towards the same association.

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