Western Artists Showing Now at Gallery 140

NOBLE BROOKS READ, Sculptor

Bighorn Rumble

Bighorn Rumble

Born and raised on a local ranch, Brooks graduated with his BFA from NMHU, with an emphasis on bronze scuplture. Click here for Brooks’ biography.  He paints, too!
We are proud to showcase these wonderful bronzes.

 

GARY MORTON, Painter

Trot and Trot Again

Click here to discover the many lives of Gary Morton–working cowboy, ranch manager, one of the founders of the Working Ranch Cowboys Association, Chairman of the New Mexico Arts Commission, Director of the Department of Cultural Affairs and Equestrian Facility Design Task Force.

Moat recently, Gary was honored as the 2015 recipient of the “Rounders Award”,  a lifetime achievement award given in New Mexico, for his artistic contributions to the West.

We are privileged that Gary found time to jury this show of perspectives on the West as well as exhibit two paintings.

LINDA MCTHOY COBB, Pencil artist

Diva

Linda’s original drawings and prints show her love of ranch life and her eye for detail. Click here and come face to face with her friend, Diva.  Surf her site for for story and more samples of her photo-realistic work.

“I am obsessed with reality, whether it’s dew on a heifer’s whisker, smoke rising from a branding iron in contact with fur and flesh, or a newborn suckling noisily on its mother. I want my drawings to capture not only what we see, but allow us to imagine the smells, sounds and feel of a particular moment.”

KARLENE GONZALES-MARTINEZ

Married to the Rope

Married to the Rope

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DENISE FOX

Near T or C

Near T or C

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AMBER LON MACLEAN  

Cattle Call

Cattle Call

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