13th Annual Representing the West Art Exhibition & Sale
February 7 - March 15, 2015
This exhibition showcases over 100 pieces of original artwork answering the question of what the American West means to each artist. Juried by Walter Piehl, Jr., a Western artist known for his vibrant, expressionistic paintings capturing the energy for rodeo, especially of the horse and rider.
Image: Canyon Sunset by Dean Mabe
On Display Now:
Walter Piehl, Jr.: Recent Works
January 3 – March 29
Image: "Ice Man American Minotaur Series" by Walter Piehl, Jr.
Romancing the West
2nd Floor Foyer
January 6 – March 15
Romantic images and ideas of the West.
"Self-Portrait" by Bill Hughes. Acrylic on board.
January 10 – January 30
Innovative, interactive, unexpected, and experimental ideas.
This installation artwork is a concerted project from Sand Creek High School art students. These original ideas will grab your attention with creative use of space and subjects. Juried by Matt Barton, Co-Director of Visual Art at the University of Colorado – Colorado Springs. Barton has a Master’s in Fine Arts from Carnegie Mellon University and his work has been exhibited at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY, the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, the Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, and more.
Enduring Spirit: Works from the King Collection
Jan 17 – May 17
This assortment pays homage to the cattle drives on the Goodnight-Loving trail, named after cattlemen Charles Goodnight and Oliver Loving. The trail was used in the late 1860s for the large-scale movement of Texas Longhorns.
"Late for Supper" and the artist is William Moyers. Oil on canvas.