Past Exhibition

"Westward Ho!" by Heidi Presse.

"Westward Ho!" by Heidi Presse.

24" x 42". Oil.

"Out of the Blue" by Jim Morgan.

"Out of the Blue" by Jim Morgan.

30" x 40". Oil on linen.

"Old Orchard" by Jim Morgan.

"Old Orchard" by Jim Morgan.

18" x 12". Oil on linen.

"Two of A Kind" by Erza Tucker.

"Two of A Kind" by Erza Tucker.

40" x 30". Acrylic.

"Red Deer Portrait" by Erza Tucker

"Red Deer Portrait" by Erza Tucker

10" x 8". Acrylic.

"Green Marsh" by Scott Christensen

"Green Marsh" by Scott Christensen

12" x 12". Oil.

"An Offering of Friendship"

"An Offering of Friendship"

by Donna Howell-Sickles. 40" x 30". Mix Media

"The Watch" by Chula Beauregard

"The Watch" by Chula Beauregard

18" x 36". Oil.

"Family at Day at the River"

"Family at Day at the River"

by Chula Beauregard. 24" x 36". Oil on linen.

"Autumn Ballad" by Joshua Tobey

"Autumn Ballad" by Joshua Tobey

43"H x 25"L x 18" W. Bronze.

"Party All Night Sleep All Day"

"Party All Night Sleep All Day"

by Josh Tobey. 6"H x 15"D x 15"W. Bronze.

"Winter's Elegance" by M. Godfrey

"Winter's Elegance" by M. Godfrey

24" x 36". Oil.

"Blooms of the desert" by C. Swinney

"Blooms of the desert" by C. Swinney

12" x 9". Oil on canvas.

"Browsing best" by Sandy Graves

"Browsing best" by Sandy Graves

24" x 14" x 33". Bronze.

"Harmony and Gracebest" by S. Graves

"Harmony and Gracebest" by S. Graves

28" x 32" x 20". Bronze.

"Late Winter Hues" by Dan Young.

"Late Winter Hues" by Dan Young.

24" x 36". Oil.

"That Moment" by Dan Young.

"That Moment" by Dan Young.

8" x 10". Oil.

"Crested Butte Autumn" by N. Mueller

"Crested Butte Autumn" by N. Mueller

9" x 12". Oil on linen.

"Golden Meadow" by Ned Mueller.

"Golden Meadow" by Ned Mueller.

9" x 12". Oil on linen.

"Time of Plenty" by D. Van Wechel

"Time of Plenty" by D. Van Wechel

24" x 30". Oil on canvas.

"Meet me at the museum" by M. Beeman

"Meet me at the museum" by M. Beeman

12" x 16". Pastel on Gator Board.

"Prepared for take off" by M. Beeman

"Prepared for take off" by M. Beeman

"Log jam" by Dave Santillanes.

"Log jam" by Dave Santillanes.

12" x 24". Oil. (Study)

"Early snow" by Dave Santillanes

"Early snow" by Dave Santillanes

30" x 30". Oil.

"Eagle Staff" by Ann Hanson

"Eagle Staff" by Ann Hanson

24" x 18". Oil.

"Painting the Medicine Shield"

"Painting the Medicine Shield"

by John Fawcett. 24" x 30". Oil.

"Ghost Shadows at Coalview Mine"

"Ghost Shadows at Coalview Mine"

by Susan Schiesser. 24" x 24" Oil.

"Mesa Lake" by Gordon Brown.

"Mesa Lake" by Gordon Brown.

30" x 40". Oil.

"Sage" by Richard Galusha

"Sage" by Richard Galusha

30" x 40". Oil.

"Morning Meditaiton" by Jim Gilmore.

"Morning Meditaiton" by Jim Gilmore.

13" x 14" x 11". Bronze.

"Horse Head Bookends" by J. Gilmore

"Horse Head Bookends" by J. Gilmore

9.5" x 6" x 7.5". Bronze.

"Colorado Wildlife" by Jean Perry.

"Colorado Wildlife" by Jean Perry.

36" x 28". Oil.

"Storm Clouds" by Jean Perry.

"Storm Clouds" by Jean Perry.

12" x 16". Oil.

"Hallet Peak" by Lorenzo Chavez.

"Hallet Peak" by Lorenzo Chavez.

14" x 18". Oil.

"Silence" by Lorenzo Chavez

"Silence" by Lorenzo Chavez

12" x 16". Oil.

"The Chorus Line" by Mark Thompson

"The Chorus Line" by Mark Thompson

18" x 42". Egg tempera.

"Saddle Up" by Mark Thompson

"Saddle Up" by Mark Thompson

12 1/4" x 16 3/4". Egg Tempera.

"A View from Pueblo, New Mexico"

"A View from Pueblo, New Mexico"

by Calvin Liang. 18" x 24". Oil .

"Strawberry Park" by Terry Gardner.

"Strawberry Park" by Terry Gardner.

16" x 16". Oil.

"TheBeauty of Winter" by M. Smith.

"TheBeauty of Winter" by M. Smith.

14" x 14". Oil.

"Fremont River Tributary" by M Smith

"Fremont River Tributary" by M Smith

8" x 10". Oil.

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The Steamboat Art Museum
celebrates the unveiling of the expanded museum with
 
STEAMBOAT ART MUSEUM'S
INVITATIONAL EXHIBIT:
IMAGINING THE WEST
 
Opening Dec.15, 2017 - Apr. 7, 2018
Gala Reception, Feb. 3, 2018
 
Works by more than 40 of the region’s most important artists, inspired by the culture and heritage of the West.
SAM Members’ reception with exhibiting artists of “Imagining the West”.
Friday, February 2, 4:00 – 5:00PM
(prior to First Friday Art Walk)

Enjoy an intimate “Meet and Greet” with the artists as they share insights and special experiences related to their work.

Refreshments will be served.
This is a special thank you for our members.
 

2018 Winter Gala “The Winner’s Circle”
February 3, 2018  6:00 – 9:00PM
$100 per person – Seating is limited.

Celebrating old times and new, from 1920 – 2018
Grand old memories - Delicious old favorites
 
Experience SAM’s 1st Invitational Exhibit: Imagining the West showcasing the opening of our expanded museum and featuring the work of over 40 of the nation’s foremost artists, many of whom will be present.

 

For information call 970-846-6165 or e-mail: sam@steamboatartmuseum.org

Invitational Exhibit: Imagining the West

SOFTCOVER                                                                     US $30.00

Flexible, high-gloss laminated cover.

 

Plus $5 of shipping and handling.

Imagining the West – An Artist’s Perspective


It is an honor and a privilege to introduce you to the Invitational Exhibit: Imagining the West at the renovated Steamboat Art Museum. It is with anticipation and excitement that the Board of Directors and staff of the museum open our doors to the community, to view our wonderful new venue that we are so passionate about. Steamboat Art Museum was formed in 2005 in the historic Frist National Bank building and was the gift and vision of Helen Rehder.  In the past 12 years, this vision has come to an incredible fruition. The Mission of the Museum is to reflect the culture and history of the western way of life through art, and to enrich the lives of the Yampa Valley resident with our exhibits.  


As an artist, the Museum holds a special place in my heart and I was fortunate to have a Retrospective Exhibit there in 2015. The artists in this show are passionate about their work, and are eager to share their special vision of the West with our public. This group of nationally known artists has been selected for their exceptional work, and includes most of the artists that have had retrospective shows since the Museum’s inception. As an artist, my view of the world around me is quizzical, and I am fascinated by the shapes, colors, values, and light and how it affects the subject. As artists, it is our job not to copy what we see, but to evoke an emotion, a memory, a point in time with a drawing, a sculpture or brushstrokes in paint.


Our job as artists is to engage the viewers and draw them into the special world we have hopefully created with our paintings and sculptures. The language of paint is purely visual and emotional, and can never really be captured in the written or spoken word. Art can be a refuge for the soul, and an adventure in our culture that is uplifting and fills a void in our daily lives. The focal point in a piece, the rhythm, the movement, the way the light hits a mountain at sunset, the sheen on a horse bathed in morning light, can all cause the viewer to ponder and immerse themselves in a particular scene. If we can do this, we have succeeded in chasing our vision.  


Not only is passion for the art important for the artists, but for art enthusiasts, patrons and collectors alike. We are extremely fortunate in the Yampa Valley, to be able to have a Museum that helps drive that passion so well. With our exhibits, we are able to share with our children and senior citizens the diverse joys of the art world through outreach programs and educational opportunities in our classrooms. Our lectures can Enright the lives of resident of the valley and perhaps light a spark of interest that will last for years to come. The Steamboat Art Museum is the perfect place where artists and patrons alike, can gather and share their thoughts and appreciation of the West through art.  


We hope you enjoy this Invitational Exhibit and the new renovations to our Museum. Without the vision of our founders and the hard work of our exceptional staff and volunteers, we would not be able to share this wonderful space and the art on it’s walls. Take a moment to appreciate, to reflect, and to become passionate about this gift our community is so fortunate to have!


John Fawcett
Board Member & Artist

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