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Gary's Gallery to Close

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A piece of downtown Bismarck is closing it's doors. 

Gary's Gallery on Broadway is closing.
The Gallery has been open for nearly 40 years.
Gary Miller was known for his art work of North Dakota.
Miller passed away in 1998, but his artwork lived on through prints.
During his lifetime he painted more than 300 pieces.

(Darla Miller / Gary's Gallery) "Just before he died he painted another space picture. So I published it in prints. It was very well received. Normally he likes to do churches, rural America scenes, old broken down buildings. Our history of North Dakota. And the Midwest."

Miller says while the decision to close was a tough one to make, the legacy of the gallery will live on.

(Darla Miller / Gary's Gallery) "Being I remarried and Gary has been gone now 10 years, the grand children kinda feel that I should see them once in awhile and I agree with them. So I want to do a bit of traveling, but with the website and stuff I still want to stay in contact with Gary's art and the fact that the heritage center will be selling his prints, it's a wonderful legacy for me. "

Miller plans to close the gallery in February.
Prints of Gary's art work will be available at the Heritage Center and on the website at Gary p miller art dot com

 

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