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Olaf Wieghorst Museum and Western Heritage Center

Did you know El Cajon, California had its own museum? I didn’t either until I was asked to participate in this exhibition,  West/East: Established Artists Stand Together, curated by… 206 more words


American Cowboy Magazine

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I just got my new subscription to American Cowboy Magazine. Enjoying sitting back and soaking it in. 20 more words

Cowgirl Art

"All Her Chicks"

The city of St. George, Utah has a foundation called, “Art Around the Corner.” Every spring, for the past 12 years, they invite artists to display works on pedestals throughout the city. 65 more words

Scott Rogers

Some Western Art

Here are some paintings by one of a lesser known western artists–Charles Schreyvogel (January 4, 1861 – January 27, 1912).  Like several western fiction writers of the time he didn’t spend much time in the west.  60 more words

Western Art

Your Favorite Things: Sasha Sokolchik and Mountain Landscape with Travelers

This is the first installment of a new series where students, community members, and staff share their favorite works at the IU Art Museum. This week’s feature is by Alexandra “Sasha” Sokolchik, a freshman at Indiana University Bloomington majoring in Economic Consulting. 470 more words

Inside The Galleries

History of Western Art

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A unique museum in a small town: the Booth Western Art Museum

The small town of Cartersville, Georgia (population less than 20,000 people) houses one of the most unique museums in the United States.  The Booth Western Art Museum, which opened in 2003, contains the country’s largest permanent exhibition space for art of the American West. 144 more words