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Western Art Collector

Western Art Collector September 2019/ No.145

With previews of gallery exhibitions, museum shows and auctions, Western Art Collector is the premier monthly magazine for collectors searching for works by talented living and past artists who depict the West in paintings and sculptures.

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International Artist Publishing, Inc.
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it’s all here

When we started putting together this September issue of Western Art Collector on the editorial side, we got a little giddy. Well, more than giddy I will say. We were delighted with what we saw before us. First of all, and more generally, we love wildlife art and being able to showcase new examples of the best wildlife art to collectors each month is one of the simple joys we get from publishing this magazine. So, just knowing that we will have another September issue filled with the best wildlife art being created today was enough to get smiles on our faces! But then we started looking at what is happening in the galleries this month and that is when our feet really started to elevate off the floor. The best…

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special introductory offer for a limited time only!

Discover New Art Available For Sale The art of major deceased and contemporary Western artists is in demand, and if you’re serious about acquiring new works, you need to know when they become available. When you subscribe to Western Art Collector magazine you’ll be the first to know about new works because each month we’ll email you the link to the latest issue online. You’ll have instant access to the latest issue when it is published. You’ll see art coming available for sale before the shows even open. Coast-To-Coast Coverage See new art being created by major Western artists coast to coast. Many readers travel across the country to acquire pieces from galleries showing new work in this magazine. Covering The Major Art Destinations Our State of the Art sections alert you to the peak seasons…

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passion for plein air

What began in 2007 as a group of artists gathering together to share their love of painting the Land of Enchantment has grown today into a full-fledged nonprofit arts organization with 146 members, including 15 signature members. Plein Air Painters of New Mexico (PAPNM) works to uphold the value of painting in plein air and immersing oneself directly with the landscapes in which they paint, providing regular opportunities for members to paint together during monthly “paintouts.” PAPNM also hosts annual juried and open exhibitions of members’ work, including the upcoming PAPNM 11th National Juried Members Show. The event, which runs October 4 to 27, features 150 juried works by New Mexico-based painters and others, with artists like Damien Gonzales, Lee MacLeod and Barbara Coleman in attendance during previous years. For the…

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protecting the land

Artists working in a wide assortment of media will be on hand September 27 and 28 during the 23rd annual Art of the Sangre event in Westcliffe, Colorado. The art event is largest fundraiser for the San Isabel Land Protection Trust, which protects land, water and wildlife in Pueblo, Custer, Fremont and Huerfano counties. The land trust has already protected nearly 41,000 acres of working ranches, agricultural and forest lands, water resources, wildlife habitat and scenic open spaces throughout southern Colorado. The 2019 version of the show will include artists Julie Bender, Mark Brockman, Felicia, Curt Gillespie, Kate Kiesler, Ron Larson, Andy Mast, Tiffany Miller Russell, Rock Newcomb, Radeaux, Jennifer Riefenberg, Charlene Roake, Doug Schneiter, Merr Shearn, Cathy Sheeter, Kelly Singleton, Greg Smith, Pati Stajcar, Cheryl Swartz, Andy Taylor, Sarah Woods and…

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texas roundup

On September 5 the Museum of Western Art in Kerrville, Texas, will open its 36th annual Western Art Roundup Exhibition and Sale. The exhibition will feature more than 120 works from 45 top Western artists. Some of the artists in this year’s show include Jason Scull, T.D. Kelsey, Grant Redden, Mikel Donahue, Dustin Payne, Oreland Joe, Andy Thomas, Nelson Boren, Mark Haworth, Tom Dean, Jimmy Dyer, Phil Bob Borman, Luke Frazier, Ragan Gennusa, Mark Kohler, Krystii Melaine, Joe Netherwood, Mary Ross Buchholz, Julie Oriet, Herman Walker, Cliff Rossberg, Noe Perez, Scott Rogers, John Pototschnik, William J. Kalwick Jr. and Xiang Zhang. The weekend festivities will kick off on September 5 with a VIP preview party for museum sponsors, ticket holders and artists. On September 6, the exhibition opens to the public and…

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lost & found

When curators at the C.M. Russell Museum were finalizing their exhibition celebrating the centennial of one of Charles M. Russell’s most famous shows, they reached an agonizing impasse with the lineup of artworks: three paintings from Russell’s original show during the 1919 Calgary Stampede wouldn’t be in the exhibition. Two works, one owned privately and the other by a museum, could not be loaned. The third piece, Black Tail—Buffalo Days, had not been located. But then Bill King, owner of Bozeman Trail Gallery, was flipping through his June 2019 issue of Western Art Collector, which contained a lengthy preview on the museum’s exhibition, Return to Calgary: Charles M. Russell and the 1919 Victory Stampede. “It was right there in Western Art Collector that they couldn’t get three of these paintings, including…