Big sky, big art: Local man's artwork on display at newly renovated Big Sky Economic Development building


September 30, 2022

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From a young age, Ekalaka native Clinton Lesh witnessed how the hands of a man through agriculture could shape the often inhospitable elements of the Montana landscape. He has since adapted the tools and materials once used to build a barb-wire fence into a new form. Lesh is an artist, a creator, a storyteller: a metal sculptor. He works primarily with steel, fire, acid and a vast array of tools.

Currently a large piece of Lesh's artwork is on display at a newly renovated building in Billings, Montana. The building, formerly the Montana National Bank, now serves as home to Big Sky Economic...

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