Western art landscape paintings
RUSSELL G. CASE, Rolling Clouds, oil on linen on mounted board, 16x20

The Autry’s 24th Annual Masters of the American West Art Exhibition and Sale is still taking place – exclusively online.

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Starting Saturday, February 27, see works by over 60 premier Western artists from the comfort of your own home. The exhibition kicks off with the online sale of Miniatures paintings (smaller pieces priced around $800-$8,000) on February 27, and will follow up with the Major Works Art Sale (a fixed-price, random draw for larger works priced between $5,000-$100,000) on Saturday, March 13.

Western art bronze
TAMMY GARCA, “Harvest Time,” bronze, 11.75×11
AUTUMN BORTS-MEDLOCK, “High Desert Run,” Santa Clara clay
AUTUMN BORTS-MEDLOCK, “High Desert Run,” Santa Clara clay

This annual exhibition and sale showcases paintings and sculptures by nationally recognized artists such as George Carlson, G. Russell Case, Tammy Garcia, Logan Maxwell Hagege, Mark Maggiori, Billy Schenck, and Terri Kelly Moyers. This year also welcomes new Masters artists Brett Allen Johnson, Joshua LaRock, and Ed Mell. Proceeds from Masters supports the Autry’s diverse exhibitions, public programs, and educational offerings to teachers and schoolchildren.

Western art auctions
HOWARD POST, “Shaded Water,” oil, 40×30
Cowboys in art
LOGAN MAXWELL HAGEGE, “Falling to Pieces,” oil, 12×16
Cowboys in art
BILLY SCHENCK, “Box Canyon,” oil, 50×47
Abstract Western Art
ED MELL, “Cascading Canyon Storm,” oil on linen, 40×48
Western art landscape paintings
DEAN MITCHELL, “Growing Wild and Free,” watercolor, 22×30
Western art landscape paintings
BRETT ALLEN JOHNSON, “Last Light on the Red Desert,” oil, 36X36
Cowboys in art
ERIC BOWMAN, “Sand and Sage,” oil on linen, 30×30

For the first time ever, the exhibition and sale will be available online. All of the artwork in the Masters show will remain on view and available for purchase online through Sunday, April 11, 2021 on TheAutry.org/Masters.

“Masters 2021 is a little different than previous years. The show will be available online, giving everyone a chance to take a glimpse into the ever-vibrant and dynamic world of Western American art,” said Amy Scott, the Autry’s Executive Vice President for Research and Interpretation and Marilyn B. and Calvin B. Gross Curator of Visual Arts. “We are excited to share a wide range of Western art styles. From classic frontier stories to contemporary Native visions, Masters embraces a widening array of artists that together celebrate both the history and contemporary beauty of the West.”


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