030819-mis-ent-bestiary-2-tm.jpg TOMMY MARTINO, Missoulian Mar 6, 2019 Mar 6, 2019 Updated Mar 7, 2019 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Save The show's inspiration came from medieval bestiary books, which feature real and mythical animal illustrations side by side. “The cool thing about them is there’s no way to differentiate between what’s a real animal,” gallery co-owner Lisa Simon said. This ceramic giraffe was made by Jon Bonnicksen. TOMMY MARTINO, Missoulian As featured on +2 Beasts real and imagined at Radius Gallery Montanan and Western artists often have an intimate view of animals in their works, turning a unique eye toward the human-animal relationship. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Save More Arts & Culture Tessla Hastings Arts & Culture 'The Cassandra' shoot Arts & Culture 'Montana Curiosities' Arts & Culture 081919 ent cover-tm.jpg Arts & Culture 'Ragged Anthem'