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Collector's Focus: Women of the West
Our 8th annual Collector's Focus: Women of the West returns in the June issue of Western Art Collector. Like their male peers, women artists embrace a range of Western subject matter. They have much to say on this historical genre and their skillful depictions of the Old West, the New West, and the Next West deserve our attention. This section will continue to showcase fresh pieces of Western art produced by today’s talented women artists. Join us as we shine a light on contemporary leading female artists while paying homage to trailblazers like Marjorie Reed, Mary Cassatt and Georgia O’Keeffe.
From high mountain meadows to lofty snowcapped peaks, mountains have long been part of the rich history of American art, from Albert Bierstadt and Thomas Moran to today’s top painters, who frequently climb above the tree line to capture the beauty of the mountains and the land that spreads out around them. In the June issue of Western Art Collector we turn our attention our second annual special section, Collector's Focus: Painting Mountains. Join us as we celebrate past Master’s as well as today’s top creators of mountain artwork in ourJune issueof Western Art Collector. Book space today.
Join us for our milestone 11th annual State of the Art: Oklahoma feature this June! Home to roughly 80 percent of the world’s Western art, 23 art museums and numerous galleries and artists, it is no secret why this state is frequented by collectors. The state’s large invitational art shows, like the Prix de West at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, also draw visitors from across the nation each year. Western Art Collector will travel to Catoosa, Edmond, Oklahoma City, Bartlesville, Norman, Park Hill, Tulsa and more to offer a thorough guide to finding Western art in Oklahoma.