Bill Anton Western Art:
Bill Anton was born in Chicago in 1957, later moving to Prescott, Arizona and graduating from Northern Arizona University. His work has been published in Southwest Art, Architectural Digest, Art of the West, Equine Images, Western Horseman, and Art-Talk. His pieces can be found in the corporate collections of Sears, Dupont, State Farm Insurance, Bank of America, Hewlett Packard, and Trust Company of the West. His award winning paintings have been featured in exhibitions--such as the Prix de West at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, and Masters of the American West at The Autry Museum--and his works have been displayed at The National Center for American Western Art, the Old West Museum, and The National Museum of Wildlife Art. His artwork belongs in the permanent collection of the prestigious Gilcrease Museum.
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Tim Cox Western Art:
Tim Cox always knew he was going to be a cowboy artist. Growing up in a small farming and ranching community, surrounded by cattle and horses and wide open spaces, was a natural influence for his outstanding works. Viewers are brought up-close and personal with the animals and people who inhabit his world on the open range. Tim Cox combines color, value, perspective, accuracy, and design in his scenes of the daily life of the cowboy. As a perfectionist, his attention to detail, and hands-on knowledge of the cattle and horses he so loves to paint, have earned the artist legions of admirers and collectors, who appreciate his accurate portrayals of western life. The West comes alive in Tim Cox's paintings.
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Larry Fanning Western Art:
A self taught artist from Kansas, Larry Fanning is most recognized for his captivating paintings of the west, and wild animals in their natural splendor. His images capture life on the American Frontier, celebrate Native American traditions, and present a variety of wildlife in their true environments. Larry Fanning's attention to detail truly brings his artworks to life--as if you were standing next to these great icons!
In discussing his inspiration, Larry Fanning states, "The iconic part of western art is very much at the heart of being an American, even though America is resented in many parts of the world. I find the philosophical essence of the old West is very much alive today, in this modern world, and I encounter wisdom and inspiration in being around everyday western people. I learn from this, and hopefully, it shows in my paintings."
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Nancy Glazier Western Art:
Nancy Glazier knew she wanted to be an artist from early childhood. In her teens, she lived in Wyoming, where she immersed herself in the rugged, western terrain. There, she was mentored and taught by artist Adolph Spohr, who gave her private instruction and taught her how a professional uses paint and brushes, how to observe and self-correct.
Surrounded by mountain beauty and the animals she loves to paint, the artist says, "I feel a kinship with the animal that grows as the painting progresses. There is a powerful chemistry at work. People always ask me what my favorite animal is to paint. I tell them it is always the very animal I am painting at the time." For Nancy Glazier, it is "a warm, living, breathing process that brings me back again and again to the easel. It is my ultimate reward."
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Bruce Greene Western Art:
A native Texan, Bruce Greene is a Western painter who not only paints one of our country's most revered icons, the American cowboy, but has experienced frontier life for himself. His scenes of contemporary cowboys going about their daily work are admired and collected across America. His work has been displayed in such prestigious annual shows and exhibitions as the Cowboy Artists of America Exhibition, the Prix de West show at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, and the Autry Museum of Western Heritage Sale, among others.
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Gabe Leonard Western Art:
The Cinematic Artist. Gabe Leonard's paintings take you into a world rich with inimitable atmosphere and narrative intrigue. What tales lie behind these interesting characters? And where will their stories take them?
Leonard spent his early years in the mountain state of Wyoming, sketching wildlife and selling them to his school friends for a dollar. After graduating from Columbus College, Ohio with a BA in Fine Art, he moved to Los Angeles where he first honed his skills on the ultra-competitive boardwalk of Venice Beach.
His work captures rich moods by combining the free brushwork of an expressive artist combined with the lighting and framing of a seasoned Hollywood cinematographer. Drawn to rugged and romantic film noir characters, Leonard merges technically brilliant figurative painting with a finely crafted cinematic atmosphere, creating snapshot moments full of narrative pos ... (more)
Robert Peters Western Art:
Robert Peters has spent his life living in and absorbing all that the West and its magnificent landscapes offer. Robert Peters states, "My work is grounded in my earliest personal impressions." As a child, Peters grew up in Arizona, and he remembers fondly family trips that allowed him to hike, fish, and hunt in the wild and wondrous landscapes of southwestern Colorado. In these early years, Robert Peters was just happy to enjoy the experience of being outdoors and eager to take in all that nature offers.
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Terry Redlin Western Art:
Few artists can rival the standards of excellence achieved by Master Artist Terry Redlin over the past 30 years. He is truly one of the country's most widely collected painters of wildlife and Americana. For eight consecutive years, 1991 through 1998, Redlin has been named America's Most Popular Artist in annual gallery surveys conducted by U.S.ART magazine. His induction into U.S.ART's Hall of Fame in 1992 followed the magazine's poll of 900 galleries nationwide which, that year, placed five of Redlin's limited editions in the top 11 in popularity. Over the life of the poll, 30 prints have been included in that list. His use of earthy colors, blazing sunrises and sunsets and nostalgic themes are often cited as the reasons for his immense popularity.
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Jim Rey Western Art:
Having grown up in a ranching family, western artist Jim Rey naturally loves working with horses and cattle. His eyes light up when he talks about training his Border Collie or a particularly wary horse, the days he has spent gathering cows in the high county or following a herd of wild horses. The paintings of Jim Rey tell the story of cowboys as living remnants of a bygone era. The stories he paints are both his own and those of the people and places he knows and loves.
The work of Jim Rey is collected nationally and internationally. His art has been exhibited in the Fredric Remington Museum in New York, as well as in many noted shows and exhibitions. His paintings has been used by Bantam Books and Encyclopedia Brittanica. Articles have been published in magazines including Southwest Art, art of the West, artists of the Rockies and International Fine art Magazine. The work o ... (more)
Kyle Sims Western Art:
As a native of the West, Kyle Sims' love of the vast landscapes and the array of animals inhabiting them came naturally. Early exposure to wildlife has made Sims feel at home in the wild among the many creatures such as elk, bison, deer, pronghorn, bighorn sheep, and moose. Kyle Sims captures the essence of all that nature offers to him to tell a story through his canvases. Kyle Sims paints to visually relive the experiences he has had in the wild. Kyle Sims says, "...being in close contact with creatures other than human is very exciting and emotionally stimulating. I have to relay that onto canvas so as to share it with others. Some of the animals can be very aggressive and unpredictable. Other animals can be extremely social, much like humans, causing my curiosity to grow. That is why I paint what I paint."
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