Month of May 2020
Horses and Canyons
Featuring paintings and sculpture by a group of traditional and contemporary equine artists who revere the horse as an icon as well as a friend. Also featuring mountains and canyons, valleys and fields from the West by the gallery’s award-winning artists.
2020 Calendar of Events
Reception: Friday, June 5, 5-8 pm
Native Impressions: Ancient and Contemporary
Highlighting the strength of Native American culture featuring ancient as well as contemporary cultural objects, ceremonies, and Pow Wow activities from history as well as today in paintings, sculpture, as well as furniture.
Reception: Friday, July 3, 5-8 pm
Traditions in Western Sculpture: Figurative, Wildlife, and the Stories They Tell
Featuring the beauty and timelessness of the American West as told in bronze by sculptors who focus on the Native American culture as it continues its dances, traditions, and spiritual life. Also, alive and well is the ranching culture with the cowboys and cowgirls who continue to work just as they did in the past, as well as the wildlife that can be regularly spotted in the West.
Reception: Friday, August 7, 5-8 pm
Birds of a Feather & Friends
Captivated by the curious nature and beauty of birds, artists who are attracted to painting and sculpting these winged creatures include Sandra Byland, Betty Carr, Adele Earnshaw, Joe Garcia, Raymond Gibby, Jennifer O’Cualain, Vic Payne, Bryce Pettit, Sandy Scott, Sarah Siltala, and Michael Trcic.
Reception: Friday, September 4, 5-8 pm
The Nature of Things
Featuring wildlife artists who work with sculpture, painting, drawing, and mixed media. Explore the charm and charisma of nature in the bronze wildlife sculptures of Mark Edward Adams, Bryce Pettit and Raymond Gibby, in the unique colored pencil paintings of Sandra Byland, the layered hand-created pigment paintings of Sarah Siltala, the charming wildlife character paintings of Michael Trcic, the delicate, intense life-like oils and watercolors of Joe Garcia, the color-centric birds and wildlife of Adele Earnshaw, the spirited colorful oils of Betty Carr’s chickens, the detailed desert creatures of Jennifer O’Cualain’s animal portrait, and more. Also, featuring the nature of objects by Shane Rebenschied.
Reception: Friday, October 2, 5-8 pm
Colors of the West
Features traditional as well as contemporary colorful, vibrant paintings by award-winning artists Joshua Been, Richard Boyer, Betty Carr, Howard Carr, Bill Cramer, Troy Collins, Michelle Condrat, Adele Earnshaw, Joe Garcia, Linda Glover Gooch, Jim Hagstrom, Susie Hyer, David Jonason, Rick Kinateder, Marcia Molnar, Jennifer O’Cualain, Shane Rebenschied, Gregory Stocks, and Simon Winegar.
Reception: Friday, November 6, 5-8 pm
Annual Sculpture Show
Featuring a collection of small works by Curt Mattson, Dustin Payne CA, Vic Payne, Susan Kliewer, Raymond Gibby, Bryce Pettit, Mark Edward Adams, Gary Lee Price, Scott Rogers, Sandy Scott, Michael Trcic, Walt Horton, and Michael E. Beals. Larger sculpture as well as new paintings will also be featured.
Reception: Friday, December 4, 5-8 pm
Treasure Hunt: Gems of Sculpture, Paintings, and Other Delightful Things
Featuring special works of art by the gallery’s award winning painters, sculptors, mixed media and jewelry artists including steel and glass Celebration Bells, one-of-a-kind metal and semi-precious stones jewelry, gem-like still life painting, miniature wildlife paintings, colored pencil paintings, unique wood and metal tables and sculpture stands, and a wide selection of small bronzes and small paintings.