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Mark Eberhard, “Autumn Majesty,” Oil on canvas, 40 x 30 inches

Like many events this year, the 33rd Western Visions Show & Sale, hosted by the National Museum of Wildlife Art, has adapted to fit into today’s challenges. Museum Director Steve Seamons said, “I am so excited to hold Western Visions this year, I cannot thank our entire museum team enough for being so creative and nimble throughout this entire situation.”

The Western Visions show will be on view through October 17, 2020. The exhibition features over 100 national and internationally known contemporary wildlife artists.

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Photos courtesy National Museum of Wildlife Art; images from previous events

The Western Visions show will look different this year. Along with buying art at the museum during the exhibition, the sale of the artwork will be available via phone and online at WildlifeArtEvents.org. The show pieces will be available for purchase at a fixed price on a first-come, first-serve basis. The proceeds of the sale will benefit the museum and its educational mission.

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Wildlife paintings
Douglas Allen, “Breaking Bad,” Oil on panel, 20 x 30 inches, $28,000
Wildlife sculptures
Jeffrey B. Rudolph, “Ursus,” Bronze,” 20 x 20 x 20 inches, $10,750
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Penelope Gottlieb, “Colocasia Esculenta,” Limited edition print, 38 x 26 inches, $2,500
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John Banovich, “Among the Giants,” Oil on Belgian linen, 12 x 12 inches

Western art fairsTo learn more about Western Visions, please visit www.WildlifeArt.org.


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