This month and next, the clean, well-lit contemporary interiors of Sorrel Sky Gallery’s two locations are filled with the spirit of prehistoric sites like Lascaux, France, or Mesa Verde, CO, thanks to a new body of sculptures by Star Liana York.
Santa Fe, NM Winterowd Fine Art, June 3-16 This story was featured in the June 2016 issue of Southwest Art magazine. Get the Southwest Art June 2016 print issue or digital download now–then subscribe to Southwest Art and never miss another story. Winterowd Fine Art mounts an exhibition of new paintings by Jamie Kirkland this month,...
A group landscape show opens at John Pence Gallery with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, June 3. Viewers can expect to see 50 to 60 paintings by 27 esteemed artists from across the country, including Dean Larson, Clark Mitchell, Jeremy Mann, Joseph McGurl, Jacob Collins, and Justin Hess.
Marshall Noice’s solo exhibition entitled Beneath the Sky opens on the first day of summer. His annual show at Waxlander Gallery, which includes an artist’s reception on Friday, June 24, from 5 to 8 p.m., features nearly 40 pieces that, like the season’s long days of light, are saturated with vivid color and luster.
For the third year, 717 Gallery Fine Art hosts an invitational show featuring the work of top painters. In previous years, the show has had a national focus; however, with the addition of works by Tibor Nagy of Slovakia, this year the show has a wider scope and a new name to match.
This month Chris Morel and Dan Ostermiller present more than 30 works in a two-person show at Nedra Matteucci Galleries, opening with an artists’ reception on Saturday, June 25, from 2 to 4 p.m.
Brent Cotton's solo show this month at Hueys Fine Art is entitled Chasing the Light. The show, which features 10 new works, includes an artist’s reception on Friday, June 3, from 5 to 7 p.m.
The month of June ushers in summer sun, warm days, and the annual Weekend in the West show at Evergreen Fine Art—a popular celebration of art set amid the stunning Rocky Mountains June 24-25.
For more than 40 years, the Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale has stood as one of the country’s premier events for western art collectors, and this year is no exception. Three hundred paintings and sculptures by 98 esteemed artists from across the country are on display.
The Brinton Museum opens Landscapes & Beyond, a show of more than two dozen mostly recent works by famed Montana landscape painter Clyde Aspevig.