Much more than just a night, the Briscoe Western Art Museum’s “Night of Artists” selling exhibition offers a month-long look at many of today’s most respected painters and sculptors in the genre.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum in San Antonio is hosting a selling exhibition featuring a group of widely recognized contemporary Western artists. This year marks the 13th annual installation of the “Night of Artists” Art Sale & Exhibition. Proceeds from art sales support the Briscoe Museum in its mission to preserve and interpret the art, history, and culture of the American West.
T.D. Kelsey, “A Lord at War,” bronze, 16 x 22 x 16 in. “Night of Artists” Art Sale & Exhibition at the Briscoe Western Art Museum
The exhibition displays more than 200 works by 67 of the country’s most respected painters and sculptors in art of the American West. Participating artists include Cyrus Afsary, Gerald Balciar, Tom Browning, Scott Burdick, Nancy Bush, G. Russell Case, John Coleman, Teresa Elliott, Veryl Goodnight, Mark Keathley, Logan Maxwell Hagege, Doug Hyde, T.D. Kelsey, Steve Kestrel, Bill Nebeker, Ralph Oberg, Bill Schenck, Sandy Scott, Tim Solliday, Kent Ullberg, and Kim Wiggins.
The “Night of Artists” officially opened March 28 with an Artists’ Preview & Dinner and the distribution of the Briscoe Legacy Award, given to highly accomplished sculptor Sandy Scott. After a special Art Sale & Reception on the evening of March 29, the exhibition opened to the public March 30.
The “Night of Artists” Art Sale & Exhibition hangs in the Jack Guenther Pavilion at the Briscoe and is free with regular museum admission. To learn more, visit the museum’s website.