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The Autry Museum of the American West presents the “Masters of the American West Art Exhibition and Sale” running from Saturday, Feb. 8, through Sunday, March 22.
The exhibition and sale showcases paintings and sculptures by nationally recognized artists such as George Carlson, G. Russell Case, Tammy Garcia, Logan Maxwell Hagege, Mark Maggiori, Billy Schenck and Mian Situ. Proceeds benefit the Campaign for the Autry, which supports the museum’s educational programs, innovative exhibitions and over 100 public yearly events.
The new show welcomes returning artists Bill Anton, Michael Coleman and Kyle Polzin, and newcomers Autumn Borts-Medlock, Steve Kestrel and Grant Redden. All of the artwork in the show will remain on view and available for purchase through March 22.
“Masters 2020 offers a glimpse into the ever-vibrant and dynamic world of Western American art,” said Amy Scott, the Autry’s Executive vice president for research and interpretation and the Marilyn B. and Calvin B. Gross curator of visual arts. “A range of stylistic traditions, from realism to impressionism and abstraction, now sit comfortably side by side. From classic frontier stories to contemporary Native visions, ‘Masters’ embraces a widening array of artists that together celebrate both the history and contemporary beauty of the West.”
Entrance to the exhibition is included with $14 museum admission, however, tickets are required for the opening-weekend events. The “Masters” weekend begins with the Artists’ Dinner and exhibition preview on Friday, Feb. 7 for event sponsors and VIP ticket buyers. The evening includes a cocktail reception, exhibition preview, dinner, and a new “buy it now” opportunity for miniatures. The Autry Museum of the American West is located at 4700 Western Heritage Way. For information and to purchase opening weekend tickets, call (323)495-4391, or visit theautry.org/masters.
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