About Madeline Broom
Madeline Broom spends her days in classrooms as a third year student at the University of Montana where she studies journalism, environmental studies and climate change. A photographer, Madeline considers herself a creative person. Outside the classroom she sought out new forms of self expression and she stumbled upon embroidery. Immediately, she took up a large project of embroidering her favorite poem – Wild Geese by Mary Oliver. After seeing her vision come to life she was instantly hooked.
In the last couple months embroidery has taken over all of Madeline’s free time. As a queer woman, Madeline is inspired by the beauty of women in all forms. As a visual person, she sees the beauty in the simple things which inspires her style of embroidery. She hopes her art can bring a little joy into the lives of those who see it as that is what it does for her.
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Be Our Next Featured Artist
The Center is currently seeking LGBTQQI & allied artists to show their works of art in the Center for the 2019 calendar year.
This is a great opportunity to be a part of First Friday and to get your art shown out in the community. If you are interested in showing your art at the Center during any of these months, or wish to book a slot further out, please contact our First Friday Coordinator and board member Andy Nelson at email@example.com