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This Western Art Show is Back in the Saddle

2020 was definitely a year to forget, and now this small but lively town is set to enjoy a range of workshops, lectures, art classes, and studio tours.
Western art paintings of wildlife

New Wildlife Art at the 34th Annual “Western Visions” Show

Art collectors and enthusiasts will enjoy works from more than 140 participating artists in this annual fundraiser.
Western art - John Fawcett, "Guardian Angels," 2021, Oil, 24 x 30 inches

Quest for the West Returns!

This year will mark a return to the Eiteljorg’s familiar in-person sale format with Academy Award-winning actor ...
Aelbert Cuyp (1620 - 1691), "A Portrait of a Gentleman holding a Watch," Johnny Van Haeften Ltd

New This Year at London Art Week

Preview featured works from London Art Week, and discover what's new for 2021.
Oil painting of an elk

The Show Goes on in Montana

With art shows having been cancelled right and left, this artist took action. "These art shows have become a very important aspect of my life, and I am so grateful for the friendships I have been able to create.."
Mikhail Baryshnikov at the Winter Show art fair

The Winter Show 2021 Exhibitors Announced

Discover who's exhibiting at New York's longest-running art, antiques, and design fair. Now entering its 67th year, The Winter Show is an annual benefit for ...

4th Annual Art Along the Coast

In this free, self-guided tour, art lovers can journey along the coast at their own pace to visit 34 Orange County fine artists in 14 locations.
Santa Fe Indian Market

August 2020: Santa Fe Indian Market

Rather than cancelling this event due to COVID-19, SWAIA has teamed up with Santa Fe’s Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists to create a virtual platform through which art lovers can see and buy artworks they would have discovered on the streets of New Mexico’s historic capital.

New Faces Join London Art Week

This summer, many exhibitions focus on the human form and there are many portrait highlights – perhaps life under lockdown has reminded us of the importance of the human face and the stories they mask or express.
William Alther, "Balcones Respite," oil, 24 x 28 in., $6,500

Night of Artists Sale: Going Online

The Briscoe Western Art Museum will hold virtual exhibition and sale. Get the details here.

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