13th Annual Representing the West Art Exhibition & Sale
February 7 - March 15, 2015
This exhibition showcases over 100 pieces of original artwork answering the question of what the American West means to each artist. Juried by Walter Piehl, Jr., a Western artist known for his vibrant, expressionistic paintings capturing the energy for rodeo, especially of the horse and rider.
Image: Canyon Sunset by Dean Mabe
On Display Now:
Walter Piehl, Jr.: Recent Works
January 3 – March 29
Image: "Ice Man American Minotaur Series" by Walter Piehl, Jr.
Romancing the West
2nd Floor Foyer
January 6 – March 15
Romantic images and ideas of the West.
"Self-Portrait" by Bill Hughes. Acrylic on board.
Ken and Tina Riesterer work together to create unique ceramic pieces inspired by nature: graceful curves, dancing figures, and animals. Individually, their paintings of landscapes and people give form to the images they see in their hearts and heads.
Enduring Spirit: Works from the King Collection
Jan 17 – May 17
This assortment pays homage to the cattle drives on the Goodnight-Loving trail, named after cattlemen Charles Goodnight and Oliver Loving. The trail was used in the late 1860s for the large-scale movement of Texas Longhorns.
"Late for Supper" and the artist is William Moyers. Oil on canvas.
Community Access Nights: See all exhibits in the Helen T. White Galleries free of charge on the first Friday of each month from 4:30 – 7pm.