Month of February 2021
Reception: Friday, Feb. 5, 4-7 pm
"The Beauty of the West"
Featuring artists who focus on all the visuals, activities, and ideas that are special to them about the American West. Landscape artists focus on the beauty of the seasons, sculpture artists create stories unique to the West, and wildlife artists never stop admiring what they are fortunate enough to experience in their adventures.
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Mountain Trails Gallery hosts
"The Beauty of the West."
Calendar of Events
Reception: Friday, March 5, 4-7 pm
"Enclaves and Outlooks"
The American West is known for its grand vistas and colorful rock formations, its majestic mountains and desert valleys, its streams and rivers, and its breathtaking National Parks. Mountain Trails Gallery artists memorialize the panoramas of the grand sights as well as the unique outlooks, including secluded enclaves that show their beauty, too difficult for an artist to pass up.
Reception: Friday, April 2, 4-7 pm
"Out West: The Stories, The Land, The People"
For more than 30 years, Mountain Trails Gallery has been inspired by the history and beauty of the West, whether it is the legends of the Old West, the sacred nature of Native American cultural objects, the unique beauty of the landscape and its animals, or the historical narratives of its spirited people. The gallery continues the tradition of offering paintings and sculpture featuring these stories, and the beauty of day to day life Out West.
Reception: Friday, May 7, 4-7 pm
"For the Love of Ranching"
Featuring painting and sculpture by a group of award-winning traditional and contemporary artists who revere living in the American West, being in touch with the land, whether it be a backyard or a grand ranch. Also presenting artists who love horses and wildlife who call the ranch lands their home.
Reception: June 4, 4-7 pm
"Women of the West: Inspirations from History, Strengthening Today"
Featuring artists who present their interpretations of the strength of women who settled the West including Native Americans as well as the pioneers, ranchers, and cowgirls of today who continue to leave their mark.