The West Select: A Western Art Invitational Sale and Exhibition showcases 37 invited artists that represent a cross section of approaches and mediums, showing some of the finest examples of western art being produced today.
Beginning October 23 and continuing until the start of 2015, the American Women Artists organization presents 80 sculptures and paintings in a show titled Prevailing Winds at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, GA.
The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in Indianapolis, IN, hosts the ninth annual Quest for the West Art Show and Sale, which features work by 50 of the finest living western painters and sculptors.
Scenic Cape Cod is the setting for the annual American Women Artists Master Signature & Signature Members Show. This year’s presentation features more than 100 paintings selected from a record number of over 900 submissions.
The Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters converge on scenic Grand Teton National Park for the third annual Plein Air for the Park show and sale this month with more than 40 nationally known artists on July 7.
Since 1991, the Oil Painters of America has been dedicated to preserving and advancing the techniques and skills of traditional representational oil painting. On Saturday, June 7, the OPA unveils its 23rd National Juried Exhibition of Traditional Oils.
This month, the Loveland and Thompson Valley Rotary clubs unveil the 23rd annual Governor’s Art Show at the Loveland Museum/Gallery. Formerly the Governor’s Invitational Art Show and Sale, this year’s show features up to four artworks each from 56 Colorado-based artists.
The Scottsdale Art Auction celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. More than 350 paintings and sculptures by some of the country’s finest artists are up for bid. The extensive selection includes masterworks in the western, wildlife, and sporting genres.
Arizona-based painter Charles Pabst became fascinated with the natural beauty of the planet at a very early age. Today he continues to travel the world, observing and photographing the landscapes and culture of the people, caching away memories that will later inspire his paintings.
The annual Representing the West show is celebrating its 11th anniversary this year, and with the celebration comes a name change to the Sangre de Cristo Art Invitational. Curator Elizabeth Szabo says the new title reflects the broadening scope of the exhibition beyond traditional western art. The show runs February 8-March 22.