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Collector's Focus: Art of the Horse
Western Art Collector’s 10th annual The Art of the Horse feature returns in the May issue! For centuries horses have captivated onlookers with their gait, strength and grace. This exclusive feature will present new works by artists who specialize in painting and sculpting the horse. Don’t miss this chance to showcase your equine-themed artwork!
In the May issue, Western Art Collector will feature the return of its special section Collector's Focus: Canyons & Deserts, which will offer collectors an exclusive look into a popular genre of Western artwork. These works will offer breathtaking views of some of the places that have come to define the American West, whether it’s Monument Valley and the Grand Canyon or smaller, more intimate destinations hidden throughout the country.
We return to New Mexico to kick off its high season with our 10th annual feature dedicated to this richly diverse art hub. The art mecca of New Mexico is Santa Fe with more than 250 art galleries and a museum for every 4,000 residents. This destination affords collectors the opportunity to find traditional Spanish Colonial and Native American art displayed alongside the best contemporary and Western art. Our State of the Art: New Mexico will spotlight art communities in cities like Albuquerque, Algodones, Arroyo Seco, Red Rock, Ruidoso, Santa Fe, Taos and more.