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Collector's Focus: Western Sculpture
Western Art Collector returns with our annual feature dedicated to Western Sculpture in the July issue. Subjects depicted are wide and varied, ranging from wildlife to cowboys and bucking broncos to Native American figures and items symbolizing their culture. We plan to highlight sculptors who transform raw materials such as clay, marble, stone, wood, steel, glass and more into everlasting works of art. Join us as we showcase leading artists, galleries and museums across the country devoted to Western Sculpture.
Western Art Collector returns with its Painting the National Parks special section, with artwork all themed around the national parks and the beauty within them. The allure of the national parks is unmistakable for those who have seen their majesty. Many likely first visited one of the parks during a summer vacation, perhaps squeezed into the back of the family station wagon as it trekked through the countryside on the way to the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, the Grand Tetons or Bryce Canyon. Recall those fond memories of America’s natural splendor as we provide you a glimpse at the artwork of the majestic regions and insight on the painters and representing galleries.
Wyoming’s plethora of Western-themed attractions and thriving arts communities make the state a must-see destination for Western art lovers from both near and far. Many are drawn to the state due to its top-notch galleries, diverse artists, significant museums and prestigious art shows. The July issue of Western Art Collector marks the 11th annual State of the Art: Wyoming feature where we will provide readers with a detailed guide to all that this region has to offer from destinations such as Cheyenne, Cody, Buffalo, Dayton, Jackson, Lander, Rock Springs, Sheridan and more.