Western Art Collector 34
June 2010Subscribe Now Purchase a Hard Copy of Issue 34 of Western Art Collector
Converging Cultures: Robert Griffing
By John Geraghty
Drawing on Tradition:
Contemporary Plains Indian ledger art. By Christy A. Vezolles, AM
State of the Art: Oklahoma
Special Section Art of the Horse
Altermann Galleries, in association with SWAIA, presents the 30th annual Late Spring/Summer auction.
Icons of the American West
Roy Rogers-Dale Evans Museum Collection headline Brian Lebel's Old West Show & Auction.
San Francisco Offerings
Bonhams & Butterfields offers Native American jewelry, baskets, pots and blankets.
Ode to the West
Over 110 of today's Western artists will unveil major works at the Prix de West.
History Meets the Arts
Celebration draws over 30 national and regional artists to Civil War mecca.
Exhibition explores art of the next West.
Exhibition examines the role highways have played in Americans' migratory desires.
Western Art Show & Auction offers work from over 200 artists.
Exhibition celebrates an iconic symbol of the West: Cowboy boots.
Wild at Heart
Exhibition spotlights the enduring legacy of Ernest Thompson Seton.
Altermann Galleries' March 27th auction surpasses expectations.
Rare Yavapai Apache Figural Olla is top seller in Cowan's March art auction.
C.M. Russell's Smoking Them Out sold for $3.1 million to lead the Scottsdale Art Auction.
High sales and strong attendance made this year's Cowgirl Up! one of the best yet.
The Savvy Collector's Preview Guide
Follow the Western Art Trail Calendar
Western Museum Roundup
Texas Art News
New Mexico Art News
Event Report: Martin Grelle
Red Dot Results
Who's buying whose art they first saw in this magazine.