AAC Issue 3

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Western Art Collector #3

November 2007

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70

Wilson Hurley — Head in the clouds, feet firmly on the ground

At 83, Wilson Hurley is a living legend. He shares the inspiration behind his latest work in an enlightening interview.

92

Ted Waddell

A history of modernist marks

98

Robert Peters

A passionate point of view

110

Mark Martensen

Heroic perspectives

118

Heather Foster

Art on the hoof

124

Glen Edwards

Authenticity and draftsmanship

138

Douglas Aagard

Simply new

152

Dave McGary

Adopted son brings ancestors to life

164

National Museum of Wildlife Art —Western Visions Miniatures and More Show & Sale Report

Jackson Hole, WY

170

Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art—Quest for the West Show and Sale

Indianapolis, IN

178

Jackson Hole Art Auction Report

Jackson Hole, WY

144

From pure abstraction to near realism

Group show in Tucson.

148

Santa Fe goes miniature

Over 25 painters exhibit their small works in Santa Fe.

150

Small Paintings Show in Scottsdale

Ed Mell Gary Ernest Smith Overland Gallery presents its annual

160

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s Small Works, Great Wonders Art Sale Preview

Nearly 90 artists participate in this year’s event

156

Santa Fe Art Auction Preview

Santa Fe, NM

62

Robert Bateman — Crowning glory

Consummate wildlife artist and naturalist Western Art Collector gets special preview of at Robert Bateman’s new work.

78

Robert Griffing

Telling the other half of the story

86

John Coleman

Emotions in bronze

88

Woody Gwyn

Looking beyond reality

104

Glenn Dean

An honest old-school dialogue

132

Francois Koch

Putting soul to canvas

38

Charlie M. Russell: Legend of the Open Range

Charles M. Russell: A Catalogue Raisonné is the complete resource for avid collectors of one of the greatest artists of the American West. By John O’Hern

44

Teepee Smoke: A New Look into the Life and Works of Joseph Henry Sharp

Part 2: Travels East, Travels West. By Forrest Fenn

50

Fred Fellows — Home on the range

Fred Fellows is equally at home on the range roping, throwing and branding, or creating respected art in his studio. Whichever he decides to do at any moment, it is a given that he will do it well, because he is is cowboy grit and dedicated artist personified.

184

Jackson Hole Round-Up

The 23rd Annual Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival art available for sale.

26

Gone, but not forgotten

Contributing Editor John O’Hern urges us to recognize the artistic talent of Roger Montoya, Z.Z. Wei and Daniel Morper who see beauty in unexpected places. By John O’Hern

34

Collecting Maynard Dixon

Dr. Mark Sublette explains the mounting interest in the man he calls the Edward Hopper of the West.

Galleries in this Issue




Settlers West Contemporary

Settlers West Contemporary

AZ

Settlers West Galleries

Settlers West Galleries

AZ

Settlers West Galleries

Settlers West Galleries

AZ


Journeys West Gallery

Journeys West Gallery

CA

Curt Mattson Sculpture

Curt Mattson Sculpture

CO

Larry Fanning Studios

Larry Fanning Studios

CO

The Greenwich Workshop Gallery

The Greenwich Workshop Gallery

CT

American Indian Market

American Indian Market

GA

Gerald Peters Gallery

Gerald Peters Gallery

NM



The Meyer-Munson Gallery

The Meyer-Munson Gallery

NM

University of Oklahoma Press

University of Oklahoma Press

OK



Mountain Trails Gallery

Mountain Trails Gallery

UT