AAC Issue 17

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Western Art Collector #17

January 2009

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Jason Rich

The American West

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Ed Mell

Abstract interpretations

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Keith Alan Huey

Force of nature

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Together rising

Gallery unveils new works by today's top sculpting talent in Western art.

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Sherry Blanchard Stuart and Dan Deuter

Passion for the West

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The Savvy Collector's Preview Guide to Western Art Coming Available for Sale Coast to Coast



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Follow the Western Art Trail Calendar

Western Art Collector's Guide to Major Upcoming Events, Sales and Auctions

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Monumental achievement

Kent Ullberg receives National Sculpture Society award for the Spirit of Nebraska's Wilderness public art project.

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Sentimental Journey

Amon Carter Museum presents a fresh look at the paintings and drawings of Alfred Jacob Miller.

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Taos Traditions

WinterWest explores the art of the Taos Society of Artists.

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Bonus Landscape Issue



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Grandeur of the West

Snapshots of unique visions of the Western landscape. By John O'Hern

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Power of Nature

Like their predecessors, contemporary landscape artists find inspiration in the beauty and drama of their surroundings.

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Taos High Road

Experience the breathtaking inspiration of New Mexico. By John O'Hern

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Rhythm in Bronze

Tim Cherry captures the elegance of wildlife through lines, shapes and forms. By John Geraghty

Auction and Event Previews


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Taste of the Rockies

The Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale presents new works by over 30 Western artists, including M.W. Skip Whitcomb, this year's featured artist.

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Panoramic History

A Century of Sanctuary: The Art of Zion National Park exhibit spans 100 years.

Auction and Event Reports


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Steadfast Sales

The Santa Fe Art Auction sold 70 percent of its 218 lots, posting $1.28 million in sales.

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Texas Turnout

Contemporary and historic works sell strong at the Texas Art Gallery Auction, with 70 percent of lots selling.

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Miniature Triumph in Tulsa

The 2008 American Art in Miniature exhibition and art sale at the Gilcrease Museum achieves $125,760 over opening weekend.

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Season of Surprises

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum achieves nearly $375,000 during its Small Works, Great Wonders Winter Art Sale.