In the News

A collection of articles and highlights of our work in Montana and beyond.
Bedroom with wood-burning fireplace

Cowboy Heaven

Tour a Ski-In, Ski-Out House in Big Sky, Montana, That Sleeps 21. The sculptural plaster ceiling was designed for acoustic performance and installed by New Age Artisans. Photography by Matthew Millman.

Building an earth home

Building Off The Grid: Montana Earth Home

A couple builds their dream home in a remote canyon just north of Yellowstone National Park in Montana; they create an earthen home suited to the climate; they'll navigate the hardships of their remote setting while surrounded by stunning views.

Jeremy Mistretta of New Age Artisans

Old World Plaster Techniques

“Tadelakt” is a plaster technique that can be traced back about 2,000 years to the North African country of Morocco, and was originally used to line water cisterns to keep them sanitary. Bozeman-based New Age Artisans now use the ancient, work-intensive process to plaster showers, backsplashes, countertops, and windowsills.

The Mill Creek House

The Mill Creek House

Custom builder Jody Marler of Fishcamp Custom and architect Carita Adams designed this home in Montana's Paradise Valley in a traditional rustic style, incorporating stone and reclaimed wood. All of the plaster walls and ceilings are by New Age Artisans.