Olaf Wieghorst, known for his magnificent portrayals of the nineteenth century American West, exhibited a remarkable affinity for the cowboys, the Native American Indians, and the settlers who helped shape this country's Western landscape. During his career, Wieghorst sketched and painted hundreds of pieces of work, 92 of which were issued as limited edition prints. His work hangs in a number of museums including the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City and the Whitney Gallery of Western art in Cody, Wyoming. Private owners have included local residents, Hollywood celebrities, arts patrons, industrialists, investors, and four United States presidents.
William Ahrendt paints portraits and figures of Native Americans based on his love of history. His style is that of the Old Masters, as he begins a painting by mixing and applying a batch of egg tempera as the foundation, building light and dark. For the finest of fine art, he is an artist to look in to.
Gary Niblett, member of the Cowboy Artists of America, was born and raised in Carlsbad, New Mexico. He became a member of the CAA in 1977. His works are in many of the great art collections of America. His awards are too numerous to count.He won best of show in the CAA several times, and has won many outstanding awards with his wonderful works depicting the old west and many tribal Indian subject paintings.
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