New work by contemporary artists and historic
Western masters sets an all-time record with
over $37 million in sales.
Nearly 100,000 people from all over the world are expected to meet in Santa Fe for this annual market.
Artists from across the nation meet under Montana's Big Sky.
Devoted collectors and dealers prove that quality sells.
A premier gathering spot for painters to
create, meet and celebrate art.
Prescott's Western heritage shone through at the 34th annual Phippen Museum Western Art Show and Sale.
Eiteljorg Museum's Western Art Society hits the road in search of the South’s most Western roots.
Prestigious invitational art sales total over $4 million opening night.
Original masterpieces and sculptures
Aesthetic of bands and stripes
Western Art Coming Available for Sale Coast to Coast
Preview Guide to Western Art Coming Available for Sale Coast to Coast
Western Art Collector's Calendar to Major Upcoming Events, Sales and Auctions
Western Art Collector's Guide to Major Upcoming Events, Sales and Auctions
A ranch in Jackson Hole offers the perfect setting for Bill Healey's collection of all things Western.
Part 2 of this series explores how to collect silver jewelry of the Navajo and Pueblo Indians.
In this issue we spotlight Santa Fe, New Mexico, a collector's paradise and one of the largest art markets in the country. Study our map so you can plan your art walk route and read which galleries are showing work by your favorite artists.
All eyes are on Jackson Hole as it gears up for the pinnacle of its art season.
This leading art spot is in full swing with diverse selections for every palette.
Tim Shinabarger's passion for wildlife extends to his sculptures.
From veterinarian to painter, John Fawcett
brings passion to the canvas. By John Geraghty
Horses are symbols of the pioneer spirit of the West.
By John O'Hern
Noted collector gives us an insider's perspective on the Western art market.
By Judson C. Ball
Viewing the frontier as a cultural crossroad.
By James Nottage