On September 16, Manitou Galleries unveils 15 to 20 new works by Taos landscape painter Jeff Cochran in a solo show at its Canyon Road location opening with an artist’s reception from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
Twenty new works by the artist are on view this month at Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art in a solo show fittingly titled Storytelling. The show opens on September 2 with an artist’s reception at 5 p.m. The title speaks to the subtle visual narratives that ripple through Thomas’ dreamlike watercolor-and-encaustic works.
The event showcases some 190 works by 32 contemporary representational artists from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Northern California. In contrast to the museum’s western-focused art collection, the art show and sale features a wider range of art across a variety of media, styles, and genres, including still lifes, landscape and figure...
This month at Mary Williams Fine Arts, Plein Air Artists Colorado celebrates its 20th annual National Juried Fine Art Exhibition and Sale. The show opens with an artists’ reception and awards ceremony on Thursday, September 1, from 5 to 8 p.m.
This year marks the 35th annual Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale, an event that brings together more than 100 western artists to raise funds for the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, WY.
Roehl’s works exhibit a fresh, distinctive style that challenge traditional expectations of western art. Her show, titled Horse With Beach Ball and Other Western Amalgamations, presents 15 to 20 acrylic paintings that boldly blend abstraction with representational forms rooted in equine subject matter and other western themes. A few works are...
Between August 13 and 25, more than 30 of the country’s top plein-air artists paint on location in Estes Park, CO, and Rocky Mountain National Park. Considered the eastern gateway to the Rockies, Estes Park offers access to a breathtaking variety of alpine scenes to capture on canvas.
When the bugle sounds in the Eiteljorg Museum at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 10, it marks an important moment in western art, as 50 minutes of good-natured, frenzied competition commences in the 11th annual Quest for the West Art Show and Sale.
The best in contemporary marine art begins a 17-month excursion across five states this month in a traveling exhibition sponsored by the American Society of Marine Artists. Every three years, museums around the country host this juried fine-art show of maritime-themed paintings, drawings, sculpture, and scrimshaw.
This significant auction, presented jointly by Trailside and Gerald Peters Gallery, draws avid domestic and international collectors alike. Described by Hofmann as “closely curated,” the premier art sale’s high standards are evident in its tagline: Masterworks of the American West.