Freeman W. Butts
1928 - 1998

KGLT Fund Drive

For the month of April 2024, 10% of all sales will be donated to benefit KGLT in support of Montana Public Radio.  Check out the viewing room for KGLT 2024 Fund Drive.  Enquire for details.



Danforth Benefit Sale

The artwork of Freeman Butts features prominantly in the permanent collection of the Danforth Museum of Art in Livingston, Montana. Through August 31, 2024, a generous percentage of sales from all artworks in the Freeman Butts art estate will be donated to the Danforth Museum of Art to facilitate their efforts.  



Freeman Butts [1928-1998] was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He studied on the GI Bill at the Hollywood Art Center School and worked at Disney Studio before painting alongside the abstract expressionists of the 1950s. 


Later in his life he relocated to Livingston Montana, his work developed to define a signature language in his direct approach to merge a figurative style with abstraction, incorporating looseness, fluidity of line and speed of execution. 




The work of Freeman W. Butts is in permanent collections of the following Montana Museums; The Missoula Art Museum, The Custer County Art Museum in Miles City, The Hockaday Museum of Art in Kalispell, The Holter Museum of Art in Helena, The Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art in Great Falls, and The Yellowstone Art Museum in Billings.


Artworks on this website are for sale, please inquire for prices and availability. 


The Freeman Butts website now partners with Art Money, a new, easy way to buy art.  It allows you to hang your art at home and pay over 10 months, interest free.  Find out more or apply at www.artmoney.com.