Art lovers will have a rare opportunity to see — and acquire — artworks from 50 top-tier painters and sculptors of Western art. Find out where you need to be on June 24 & 25.
Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, Evergreen Fine Art Gallery has established itself as one of the nation’s top spaces for celebrated Western art. This perception will undoubtedly be bolstered on June 24 and 25 when the Gallery hosts its 6th Annual Weekend in the West Art Show and Auction, which will showcase works from 50 top painters and sculptors.
Don Stinson, “The Spud Redux,” oil, 30 x 73 in. (c) David B Smith Gallery 2016
Many of the works available for exhibition and purchase will be created over the weekend in Evergreen, Colorado. The gallery reports, “The bright galaxy of participating artists includes such recognized luminaries as Quang Ho, Edward Aldrich, G. Russell Case, Karen Roehl, Jeff Legg, David Santillanes, Pem Dunn, Jill Soukup, Ron Hicks, Walt Gonske, Robert Spooner, Don Stinson and Kim English. Masters in three dimensions will include Evergreen sculptor Pati Stajcar and bronze artists Jan Mapes, Stephen LeBlanc, and Sandy Graves.”
Quang Ho, “Every Which Way,” oil, 48 x 70 in. (c) Evergreen Fine Art 2016
David Santillanes, “Last Dollar Road,” oil, 30 x 40 in. (c) Evergreen Fine Art 2016
The weekend kicks off with a Western-style Gala reception at 5 p.m. on the 24th. On Saturday, patrons will have the opportunity to see outstanding works of art created in about 90 minutes. Continuing, the gallery writes, “Folks wishing to take advantage of everything Weekend in the West has to offer should consider purchasing a Patron ticket package that includes the champagne brunch and auction, plus a picture-perfect gallery dinner with the artists on the evening of Thursday, June 23. Even better, the entire cost of a Patron ticket can be applied to any artwork purchased during Friday’s opening reception.”
To learn more, visit Weekend in the West.
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