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 Unique Montana artwork ~ another way to support MRI.

In 1928, the Great Falls Clinic commissioned renowned western artist, O.C. Seltzer, to produce a series of paintings that traced the development of Montana. In honor of their 75th Anniversary, the doctors of the Great Falls Clinic used Seltzer’s artwork to aid a new stage of Montana’s development-emerging leadership in biomedical research. A limited printing of The Medicine Man, a depiction of a Native American medicine man performing an ancient ritual, has been donated to MRI. Money raised from the prints will assist the Institute in recruiting additional scientists and purchasing specialized equipment for the facility.

The limited edition of 499 prints are signed and numbered by Seltzer’s grandson, prominent Great Falls artist Steve Seltzer. Reserve your print today by calling 406-452-6208.

Each limited edition print (size 24″x 32″) is available for a contribution of $250 or more.  Consistent with IRS guidelines, only the excess of the contribution over the fair market value of any items received in exchange for a contribution is deductible for federal tax purposes. The current estimated value of each print is $200. Please include $10.00 for shipping and handling.

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