Ann Korologos Gallery's group show entitled Winter explores the colors, textures, and moods of snow, with a spotlight on the landscape works of Michael Fain, Peter Campbell, Ewoud de Groot, Simon Winegar, and Dan Young.
The annual Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale returns to Denver, CO, with an exciting lineup of more than 60 established and up-and-coming contemporary realists from the United States, Canada, and Europe.
Art transcends borders, styles, and time periods this month at the 24th annual LA Art Show, the largest art fair on the West Coast.
As holiday festivities kick into high gear this month, ’tis also the season for Legacy Gallery’s 18th annual Holiday Small Works Show at its Scottsdale, AZ, location.
Art-historical, geographic, and practical reasons lie behind the group show Taos 6, which opens on November 16 at Manitou Galleries in Santa Fe, NM. The show focuses on the half-dozen artists in the gallery’s stable who live and paint in Taos today.
Fort Worth-based Billy Hassell’s self-described “stylized, expressive interpretations of nature” are on view this month in a solo show at William Reaves | Sarah Foltz Fine Art. His latest works focus primarily on endangered and extinct birds.
A major change of scenery has brought a dramatic shift of subject matter for painter Michael Klein, as is evident in his solo show opening this month at Maxwell Alexander Gallery in Los Angeles, CA.
A special holiday show of western-inspired paintings, sculpture, prints, and photographs decks the walls of Ann Korologos Gallery for more than six weeks beginning on Saturday, November 24.
Legacy Gallery’s 30th anniversary art show and sale gets underway early on Saturday, November 3, with a lively sculpture demonstration by artist John Coleman and an enlightening presentation by artist C. Michael Dudash about the impact of illustration on western fine art.
The annual Santa Fe Art Auction returns with more than 200 stellar lots, including sought-after works by the Taos Society of Artists and by today's leading western artists and American realists like William Acheff and Richard Schmid.