East greets West this month at the 47th national juried exhibition of the Women Artists of the West, the oldest juried women’s arts organization in the country. The show opens on Sunday, November 5, at McBride Gallery in Annapolis, MD.
Now in its 21st year, the event continues to grow, this year featuring 174 artists at 44 studios across the Cave Creek, Carefree, and North Scottsdale areas.
This month that tradition continues with A View to the West, a group show featuring all-new work by more than 25 of the gallery’s renowned western artists, including Bill Anton, Morgan Weistling, Veryl Goodnight, Curt Walters, and Mian Situ.
Beginning Monday, November 6, two dozen nationally recognized landscape painters gather in the park for the event, including John D. Cogan, Bill Cramer, Mary Jabens, Aaron Schuerr, and Paula Swain.
Twenty new oil and acrylic paintings by Texas artist Martin Grelle premiere this month in his first solo show at Legacy Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ.
Together the artists bring more than a dozen new oil paintings that highlight their signature styles, yet they also explore subtle new directions.
In a dozen new oil paintings on view at Maxwell Alexander Gallery this month, Los Angeles, CA, native Logan Maxwell Hagege spotlights the land and native cultures of northern New Mexico.
The Santa Fe Art Auction—one of the Southwest’s largest annual sales of classic and contemporary western art—takes the stage at Peters Projects this month with an impressive selection of 250 lots, including artworks by such heavy hitters as Albert Bierstadt, Alfred Morang, Bert Geer Phillips, and Joseph Henry Sharp.
Over 400 artworks and artifacts are for sale at the Arts of the American West auction on Sunday, November 5, at Leslie Hindman Auctioneer’s new location at 1024 Cherokee Street in Denver’s Golden Triangle.
Today, the club celebrates its heritage with its 48th annual Western Art Show, which opens on Sunday, November 19, and includes approximately 400 paintings and sculptures.