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Collector's Focus: Painting the Old West
Legends, historical references and individual interpretations of the Old West continue to inform the paintings, drawings and sculpture of today’s foremost artists. There remains an undeniable connection—and fascination—with the beauty, ruggedness and lawlessness of America’s Western frontier. The Old West conjures images of cowboys and ranchers, wide-open landscapes and vistas untouched by modern industry. We will return with our 8th annual Painting the Old West Feature in the April issue to spotlight select leading artists interpreting the Old West and the notable galleries that represent this highly collectible genre. Don’t miss this chance to show our readers your artwork depicting the Old West!
In the April issue of Western Art Collector we are shining a spotlight on up-and-coming artists in our second annual Emerging Artists special section. The section will highlight new and rising artists of all ages who are making their mark on the art market and with collectors. The Emerging Artists section will give readers and collectors a chance learn about some of the talented new artists who are emerging from obscurity into the great conversation about the Western art being created today.
Home to some of the largest galleries, auction houses, museums and art districts, the Lone Star State inspires artists and art communities to create and develop their passion. Western Art Collector will return with its popular State of the Art: Texas feature in the April issue. We will provide coverage on Western art destinations from Austin, Boerne, Dallas/Fort Worth, Clifton, and Fredericksburg to Houston, Granbury, Richmond, San Antonio and all stops in between.