Gallery Credentials

Marylee M. Moreland received her Bachelor of Art Degree from Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana, with extended study in Art from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. She is a professional painter, sculptor, and Certified Picture Framer. Gary L. Temple received his Bachelor of Art Degree in Speech Communication from Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. He was prolific in welded metal sculpture for nine years and currently is active in the marketing of western and sporting fine art.

Together Marylee and Gary have created, framed, and sold artwork together since 1978. They have written and published "Hans Kleiber: A Reference Manual," Volumes I and II; and "Edward Borein, Cowboy Artist," a video tape, by Harold G. Davidson. In 1995, they presented their seminar on Hans Kleiber at the C. M. Russell Art Show and Auction. In 2004, "Hans Kleiber, Wyoming Printmaker and Artist" was published by Marylee M. Moreland and Gary L. Temple. This third book on the works of Hans Kleiber is the most complete catalog raisonee on his printmaking career and also explores his other areas of oils, watercolors, and colored impressions. Their fourth book, "Robert W. ‘Bob' Meyers, Artist of the South Fork" was published in 2006.

"Elling William ‘Bill' Gollings, A Cowboy Artist" by William T. Ward and Gary L. Temple was published in 2007. "Gollings, More of the Story" by William T. Ward and Gary L. Temple was published in 2009. The writing and design layout of the first two books on Gollings was done by Gary L. Temple which prompted him to write a third book on his own about the artist. "E. W. Gollings, A Record of Happenings" by Gary L. Temple was written after an intensive study of more than fourteen years of the handwritten diaries of the artist.

The research and expertise on Hans Kleiber and E. W. Gollings is accepted by major museums including the Montana Historical Society in Helena, Montana; the C. M. Russell Museum in Great Falls, Montana; the University of Wyoming Art Museum in Laramie, Wyoming; and the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming. Their fine art appraisals and art research claim work are accepted by major insurance companies. Gary L. Temple and Marylee M. Moreland have owned and operated The Meadowlark Gallery, Inc., since 1987.

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