Grant Redden’s landscapes capture the rhythm and hue of life in the American West — a place with which the artist is quite familiar.
The Grapevine Gallery in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, will host a solo exhibition for acclaimed landscape painter Grant Redden this month. The one-man show opens October 9, with a reception from 3-6 p.m. The artist will be present for this reception as well as a Sunday Brunch Art Show on October 12, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Grant Redden, “Wyoming Satin,” oil, 12 x 24 in. Grapevine Gallery
Redden will exhibit a series of recent, rural landscape paintings executed in oil. For his subjects, Redden looks to the light, land, and animals that mark life in the rural American West.
Grant Redden, “Morning Hay,” oil, 20 x 24 in. Grapevine Gallery
Grant Redden lives and works in the community of Hilliard in Southwestern Wyoming, where the vistas continue to inspire the artist’s paintings. A respected artist with no formal training, Redden learned his technique through apprenticeships with renowned contemporary painters like Gerald Fritzler, Mark Daily, Jim Norton, Walt Gonske, and Gerald Merfield. He has gained wide recognition through his participation in Western art exhibitions such as the Russell, the Coors Western Art Show, and the Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale.
To see more paintings from Grant Redden, visit Grapevine Gallery online.