The Autry Museum of the American West presents its annual “Masters of the American West” art exhibition and sale, which is currently open to the public for viewing. The art sale weekend will be held on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 25 and 26, and includes an artists’ reception, artist talks, awards presentation, fixed-price art sale and after-sale soiree.
Proceeds from “Masters of the American West” support the Autry’s diverse exhibitions, public programs and educational initiatives for teachers and students. The prestigious exhibition and sale, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary, showcase paintings and sculptures by nationally recognized artists such as George Carlson, G. Russell Case, Glenn Dean, Tammy Garcia, Logan Maxwell Hagege, Jeremy Lipking, Ed Mell, Terri Kelly Moyers and Billy Schenck. This year’s programs also includes artists Teresa Elliott and R. Tom Gilleon.
“’Masters of the American West’ continues the time-honored artistic traditions borne of the era of expansion, including storytelling and the representation of the West’s many cultures and histories,” said Amy Scott, executive vice president for research and interpretation and Marilyn B. and Calvin B. Gross Curator of Visual Arts for the museum. “We are glad that this year’s edition will be live and in person once again, and that our collectors, artists and the general public will be able to convene amongst and between these magnificent works as we celebrate the 25th annual ‘Masters of the American West’ together.”
All events and the exhibition will take place at the Autry Museum, 4700 Western Heritage Way, in Griffith Park. For information, visit theautry.org.
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