Western Art On View: “Masters of the American West”
The Autry, Los Angelas
Through March 26, 2023
The Autry Museum of the American West is set to host its annual Masters of the American West Art Exhibition & Sale, featuring new pieces created by 64 leading painters and sculptors working in the Western genre. Their subject matter ranges from landscapes, seascapes, and wildlife to figures, portraits, and historical themes. Among the talents participating are Tony Abeyta, Peter Adams, Russell Case, Mick Doellinger, Logan Maxwell Hagege, Doug Hyde, Oreland Joe, Brett Allen Johnson, Jeremy Lipking, Eric Merrell, Dean L. Mitchell, Terri Kelly Moyers, Daniel W. Pinkham, Kyle Polzin, Grant Redden, Mater Romero, Billy Schenck, and Preston Singletary.
Since Masters of the American West launched in 1998, its proceeds have provided essential support for the Autry’s educational programs, exhibitions, and more than 100 public events annually. As its name suggests, the museum is dedicated to exploring the stories, experiences, and perceptions of the diverse peoples of the West. Its collection of more than 500,000 artworks and artifacts encompasses the Southwest Museum of the American Indian Collection, one of the finest holdings of Native American material in the U.S. Co-founded in 1988 by Jackie and Gene Autry and Joanne and Monte Hale, the Autry merged in 2002 with Women of the West, an organization highlighting the impact of women’s experiences.
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