Feb
10
to Mar 25

Masters of the American West 2018

The Autry’s Masters of the American West Art Exhibition and Sale is considered the country’s premier Western art show. Each year, 75 nationally recognized, contemporary Western artists challenge themselves to create and exhibit their very best work. Stylistically and thematically diverse, their works represent the extraordinary range of subject matter that contemporary, historic, and mythic Western experiences inspire.

Information from the Autry Museum website.

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Jun
8
to Jun 9

Prix de West 2018 Art Exhibition and Sale

The Museum hosts its annual exhibition of more than 300 paintings and sculpture by the finest contemporary Western artists in the nation. This premier art exhibition features works ranging from historical pieces that reflect the early days of the West, to more contemporary and impressionistic works of art. Landscapes, wildlife art, and illustrative scenes are always highlighted in the exhibition. Prix de West Opening Weekend events include seminars, artist demonstrations, receptions, awards, and trunk show at The Museum Store. Works remain on display through early August. The exhibition galleries open to the public at 10:00 a.m. on June 9.

Information from the National Cowboy Museum website.

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Sep
7
to Sep 10

Artist Workshop at Triple "D" Ranch

Triple “D” Ranch is excited to co-host another artist-only workshop led by two of the most renowned and talented wildlife artists, Julie T. Chapman and Greg Beecham!

For over 40 years the Triple “D” has provided their animals to artists for reference material. Greg and Julie have joined forces again to create the ultimate wildlife artist workshop by combining their techniques, knowledge and experience. With their expertise and the beauty of our amazing animals, this workshop will provide artists with the opportunity of a lifetime!

Julie’s teaching style is informal, accessible and emphasized with her comedic nature. As an incredible selftaught artist, she will speak to you © Julie T. Chapman based on hard-earned and practical experience. The workshops are kept small and intimate to allow plenty of discussion, interaction, and idea exchange. You will be encouraged to explore your own expression as well!

Greg is one of the top wildlife artists in the world today, and brings his deep experience from decades in the art world to each workshop, as well as his signature humility. Greg provides clear critiques, advice and encouragement. He also uses each workshop as a chance to demonstrate his rich, careful, beautiful painting style, allowing participants to ask questions and work alongside him. Our goal is to make this workshop a very special and memorable event for each participant.

This event for Artists only, is scheduled for three days, September 7-9, with an additional day, September 10th reserved in the event of inclement weather. The cost of this event is $1350 and will include 7 wildlife sessions. If September 10th is not needed as a make-up day additional sessions will be offered at a reduced rate of $150 per participant/per session. An organizational meeting is scheduled for 7:00 a.m. on September 7th in the Triple “D” Conference Room for all participants attending the Artist Reference Photo Special.

Information from the Triple "D" website.

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Dec
4
to Dec 8

Scottsdale Artists School

The emphasis of the workshop will be on drawing and painting wildlife.  Photographs will be used during the workshop. Greg will bring a supply of good photos and students may bring in their own photos. The workshop will include plenty of drawing and painting time, and students will have ample time for problem solving with Greg. Throughout the five days, Greg will demonstrate painting with commentary as he goes along and will critique work for students who desire it. Greg will also self-critique his own work to give students an awareness of his procedures, progress, mistakes, etc.

Information from the Scottsdale Artists' School website. For more information or registration click here.

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Sep
8
to Oct 8

2017 Western Visions Show and Sale

Western Visions® is the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s largest and longest running fundraiser, with a variety of exciting events. The show features a wide selection of art for sale. Western Visions® painters and sculptors participate in the art portion of the show and sale and as many as 2,000 people attend the events.

Sale - Friday, September 15

Information from the Nation Museum of Wildlife Art website.  

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Aug
5
to Sep 5

Bighorn Rendezvous Art Show and Sale

The Northwest Rendezvous Group of Artists at The Brinton Museum:
Thirty-seven painters and sculptors, plus nine special guest artists, participated in the Rendezvous August 5 & 6 to create art inspired by the sweeping Bighorn Mountains and the grounds of the Quarter Circle A Ranch. Unsold works remain on exhibit in the Jacomien Mars Reception Gallery and the S.K. Johnston, Jr. Family Gallery until Labor Day.

Information from the Brinton Museum website.

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Jun
9
to Jun 10

Prix de West Art Exhibition and Sale

This year marks the Museum’s 45th Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition & Sale. This annual premier art exhibition event features more than 300 works by the finest contemporary Western artists in the nation. Works ranging from historical pieces that reflect the early days of the West, to more contemporary and impressionistic works of art will be featured. Landscapes, wildlife art, and illustrative scenes are always highlighted in the exhibition. Prix de West Opening Weekend Events include seminars, receptions, awards, fixed-price draw for art, and live auction. Works remain on display through August 6. The exhibition galleries open to the public at 10:00 a.m. on June 9.

Information from the National Cowboy And Western Heritage Museum website.  

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Feb
17
to Mar 16

Masters of the American West Show

 

The Autry’s Masters of the American West Art Exhibition and Sale is considered the country’s premier Western art show. Each year, 75 nationally recognized, contemporary Western artists challenge themselves to create and exhibit their very best work. Stylistically and thematically diverse, their works represent the extraordinary range of subject matter that contemporary, historic, and mythic Western experiences inspire.

Opening Day and Artist Information

Exhibition Hours

The exhibition is open Tuesday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Autry is closed Mondays.

Information is from The Autry Website here.

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Aug
5
to Aug 6

Bighorn Rendezvous Art Show and Sale • Brinton Museum

The Northwest Rendezvous Group of Artists is moving to The Brinton Museum. Thirty-eight painters and sculptors, plus eight special guest artists, will come together to create art inspired by the sweeping Bighorn Mountains and the grounds of the Quarter Circle A Ranch.

The real fun begins the evening of Friday, Aug. 5 at an artists’ reception and preview of the exhibit on display in the Jacomien Mars Reception Gallery. On Saturday, Aug. 6 guests are also invited to join the artists for brunch and a Quick Draw & Auction in the morning. The fun continues with an outdoor awards banquet, music and sale of the artists’ work that evening.

For more information click here.

 

Information from the Brinton Museum website. For more information click here.

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Jun
10
to Jun 11

Prix De West • Oklahoma City, OK

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The exhibit will stay on display through August 7, 2016.

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum hosts its prestigious invitational art exhibit of over 300 Western paintings and sculpture by the finest contemporary Western artists in the nation with art seminars, receptions and awards banquet. The exhibiting artists bring a diversity of styles to this prestigious art exhibition. Works range from historical pieces that reflect the early days of the West, to more contemporary and impressionist works of art. Landscapes, wildlife and illustrative scenes are always highlighted in the exhibition.

Reservations are required for opening activities. This annual exhibition kicks off with two days of seminars on art-related topics and art demonstrations. The weekend culminates with a fixed-price sale of all the exhibition pieces.

Reservations are not yet being accepted. Call for details: (405) 478-2250 ext. 219.

 

Information from the Nation Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum website. For more information click here.

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Mar
30
to Apr 1

Canyon of the Ancients Wildlife Photo Event 2016 • Triple D Game Farm

Exciting and Unique Photo Sessions Featuring Triple D’s Best! Artist Wildlife Workshops with Greg Beecham and Julie T. Chapman.

Join the Triple “D” staff and our trained wildlife on a journey back in time to the heart of Mesa Verde country. Photograph the best of our wildlife in the landscape of dramatic canyons, archeological sites, mesas, red rock formations and natural vegetation common to the Southwest. As guests of Garry and Ming Adams, owners of the Canyon of the Ancients Guest Ranch, we will base our operation on their beautiful property, located in the picturesque Mc Elmo Canyon, 30 miles from Cortez, Colorado. With the help of our hosts, we have located a selection of premier filming locations highlighting the beauty and rich history of the area filled with remote archaeological and cultural sites in SW Colorado. Our filming site will include red rock outcroppings, unique natural stone formations, natural vegetation and significant cultural sites. In addition to our seven, three day wildlife events, arrangements have been made with local rancher, Johnny Bishop to offer three optional events to provide the opportunity to photograph working ranch hands and the western spirit of a running horse herd in this unique setting.

A traditional “Native American Cultural Event” with native tribal members is also anticipated as a second optional event. More details available as they materialize.

Basing our camp just miles from the “Four Corners” area, allows our guests to explore the archaeological wonders and scenic beauty of the mountains and canyons of the area.

Information from the Triple D Game Farm Website.  For more information click here

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Feb
12
to Feb 14

Southeastern Wildlife Exposition

The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) is a three-day celebration of wildlife and nature through fine art, conservation education, sporting demonstrations, food, drink and the people who honor them all. The largest event of its kind in the US, SEWE makes its home in Charleston, South Carolina and plays host to hundreds of artists and exhibitors, plus experts in wildlife and nature art – all eager to share their art and insights with more than 40,000 attendees.

SEWE’s impact on Charleston and the state continues to grow, as does its popularity. Each year, it generates an estimated $50 million; it provides the public with easy and affordable access to wildlife and nature conservation programs; it increases awareness about the need to protect our natural environment; and, it celebrates our collective love for wildlife, nature and our role in enjoying them for generations.

 

Information from the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition website. For more information click here.

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Feb
6
to Mar 20

Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale • Los Angeles, CA

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The Autry’s Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale is considered the country’s premier Western art show. Each year, more than 75 nationally recognized, contemporary Western artists challenge themselves to create and exhibit their very best work. Stylistically and thematically diverse, their works represent the extraordinary range of subject matter that contemporary, historic, and mythic Western experiences inspire.

 

Information from the Autry National Center website.  For more information click here.

 

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Dec
7
to Dec 11

Wildlife Painting Workshop • Scottsdale Artists' School

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$600/ 5 days

Intermediate Advanced

Oil

The emphasis of the workshop will be on drawing and painting wildlife.  Photographs will be used during the workshop. Greg will bring a supply of good photos and students may bring in their own photos. The workshop will include plenty of drawing and painting time, and students will have ample time for problem solving with Greg. Throughout the five days, Greg will demonstrate painting with commentary as he goes along and will critique work for students who desire it. Greg will also self-critique his own work to give students an awareness of his procedures, progress, mistakes, etc.

Information from the Scottsdale Artists' School website.  For more information click here.

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