A display of paintings and sculpture from many of the most recognized artists working in the Western genre visualizes its historic roots and present strengths.
A prominent destination for art of the American West, the Legacy Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona, is currently hosting a group show and sale featuring central themes of the Western genre. The “Legacy of the American West” group show and sale offers a large selection of premium-quality Western-themed paintings and sculpture.
G. Harvey, “At the Old Ranch House,” oil, 24 x 36 in. Legacy Gallery, to be sold by draw
The art on view in “Legacy of the American West” will be available for sale by draw and silent bids. An artists’ reception for the show will be held on March 6, from 7-9 p.m. Collectors in the Southwest should be motivated to attend the reception, since attendees will be given priority in purchasing the works on view.
Michael Coleman, “Green River — Castle Butte,” oil, 34 x 44 in. Legacy Gallery, to be sold by draw
John Coleman, “Mystic Smoke and Sacred Arrows,” bronze, edition of 35, 39 x 19 x 16 in. Legacy Gallery
John Coleman‘s spirited Native sculpture and G. Harvey‘s painterly visions of the Western lifestyle and landscape are a few of the many fine pieces available. Participating artists include William Ahrendt, Karin Hollebeke, Brian Grimm, Gayle Nason, Tony Pro, Gary Lynn Roberts, Gary Carter, Tom Browning, Richard Greeves, David Mann, G. Harvey, C. Michael Dudash, Bryce Cameron Liston, Laura Robb, David Wright, Carrie Ballantyne, Kenny McKenna, Carole Cooke, Michael Coleman, Jason Rich, John Coleman, Paul Moore, Dick Heichberger, Michael Stack, Robert Peters, Luke Frazier, William Alther, Robert Pummill, Mehl Lawson, Tom Dorr, John Fawcett, Trevor Swanson, and Nelson Boren.
Carrie Ballantyne, “Cowboy From the North Country,” charcoal, 11 1/2 x 10 in. Legacy Gallery, to be sold by draw
To see more from the “Legacy of the American West,” visit the Legacy Gallery website.