June 13 – July 7, 2018

TERRY GARDNER  •  NATHAN SOLANO  •  SEAN WALLIS   •   SIMON WINEGAR

Artists’ ReceptionTuesday, June 26th, 5-7pm

Checklist     |     Press Release

CHECKLIST

Terry Gardner  /   Nathan Solano   /   Sean Wallis   /   Simon Winegar

For a complete list of available works, please contact us.

 

 

 

Terry Gardner

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY
Terry Gardner - Dawn At The Watering Hole Dawn At The Watering Hole
Oil on Canvas
8 x 18 in
Terry Gardner - Doors To The Past Doors To The Past
Oil on Panel
12 x 18 in
Terry Gardner - Outbuildings Outbuildings
Oil on Panel
12 x 18 in
Terry Gardner - Park County Ranch Park County Ranch
Oil on Canvas
28 x 40 in
Terry Gardner - The Dusty Herd The Dusty Herd
Oil on Canvas
28 x 40 in
Terry Gardner - The San Luis Valley The San Luis Valley
Oil on Panel
12 x 18 in
Terry Gardner - Zapata Ranch Zapata Ranch
Oil on Canvas
28 x 40 in

Nathan Solano

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY
Nathan Solano - Down and Out Down and Out
Oil on Canvas
24 x 36 in
Nathan Solano - Four in A Row Four in A Row
Oil on Canvas
24 x 30 in
Nathan Solano - Rising Cloud Rising Cloud
Oil on Board
12 x 16 in
Nathan Solano - Shades of a Cowboy Shades of a Cowboy
Oil on Canvas
18 x 24 in
Nathan Solano - What Are You Looking At What Are You Looking At?
Oil on Panel
15 x 30 in

Sean Wallis

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY
Sean Wallis - Heritage Heritage
Oil on Board
30 x 40 in
Sean Wallis - Paradise Barnyard Paradise Barnyard
Oil on Board
20 x 30 in
Sean Wallis - Rocky Mountain Weather Rocky Mountain Weather
Oil on Board
16 x 12 in
Sean Wallis - Western Expanse Western Expanse
Oil on Board
24 x 30 in
Sean Wallis - Western Wild Flowers Western Wild Flowers
Oil on Board
12 x 16 in

Simon Winegar

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY
Simon Winegar - Going to the Store Going to the Store
Oil on Board
24 x 30 in
Simon Winegar - Patterns in the Sky Patterns in the Sky
Oil on Panel
12 x 9 in
Simon Winegar - Pennsylvanian Sharecropping Pennsylvanian Sharecropping
Oil on Panel
30 x 40 in
Simon Winegar - Starting to Give Starting to Give
Oil on Panel
36 x 48 in
Simon Winegar - The Largest Moose Around The Largest Moose Around
Oil on Panel
30 x 40 in

Also on View

Tom Lasansky - Geronimo Tom Lasansky
Geronimo
Acrylic Splatter on Linen
55 x 48 in
Tom Lasansky - Sitting Bull Tom Lasansky
Sitting Bull
Graphite on Paper
55 x 48 in
Brett Scheifflee - Love Letter to Colorado Brett Scheifflee
Love Letter to Colorado
Oil on Panel
10 x 8 in
Brett Scheifflee - Summer Blues Brett Scheifflee
Summer Blues
Oil on Panel
10 x 10 in
Andy Taylor - Left Andy Taylor
Left
Oil on Linen
33 x 45 in
Andy Taylor - Little Orchard Andy Taylor
Little Orchard
Oil on Canvas
32 x 44 in
Andy Taylor - Popular Andy Taylor
Popular
Oil on Linen
40 x 45 in
Andy Taylor - Red Top Andy Taylor
Red Top
Oil on Linen
21 x 60 in
Andy Taylor - Scully Andy Taylor
Scully
Oil on Linen
36 x 33 in
Andy Taylor - Yampa Andy Taylor
Yampa
Oil on Canvas
39 x 39 in
Mike Weber - Red Barn Mike Weber
Red Barn
Mixed Media on Panel
36 x 48 in
Dan Young - June at Thomas Lakes Dan Young
June at Thomas Lakes
Oil on Panel
16 x 12 in
Dan Young - June Below Sopris Dan Young
June Below Sopris
Oil on Panel
30 x 36 in
Dan Young - Up on the Crystal Dan Young
Up on the Crystal
Oil on Panel
10 x 12 in
Dan Young - Watching the Pan Dan Young
Watching the Pan
Oil on Panel
11 x 14 in

Press Release

The Western Experience highlights the interaction of man with western plains—especially from the perspective of ranchers—as explored by painters Terry Gardner, Simon Winegar, Nathan Solano, and Sean Wallis. On view June 13 with an Artists’ Reception on Tuesday, June 26, 2018 from 5 to 7PM at Ann Korologos Gallery in Basalt.

The Western Experience is about honoring ranchers, from modern-day cowboys to long-abandoned barns,” shares Ann Korologos. “Each of these artists has a unique style, but they all find their inspiration on-scene, and they share the passion of documenting this rugged and disappearing way of life. The barns and ranchers you see are part of history, preserved in time as the West transforms around them.”

Terry Gardner was born and raised in Missouri and moved to Colorado to paint outdoors as a plein air artist. A contemporary painter of the American West, Gardner depicts the hard work of ranchers and farmers, capturing herds and ranch hands, and barns both working and forgotten. Gardner strives to paint what is not visible to the eye by capturing the mystery and intrigue of the past and present through his moody palette and subject matter.

Simon Winegar is a Utah-based painter inspired by his love for the natural beauty of the outdoors, including man-made additions like weathered barns and ranch houses. While his subjects vary, he most enjoys painting en plein air, and “creating moods that are often romantic and thought-provoking,” shares the artist. Winegar’s tonalist landscapes are meant to beautify the world and move the viewer. One must look closely to discern the hidden elements in each work.

Nathan Solano was born in Utah and raised in Southern Colorado. He was finally able to pursue his passion for art fulltime in his 40s and has since become recognized for his powerful and evocative scenes of the true grit of western life. Solano finds his inspiration by participating in the events he paints, capturing fleeting moments through photography and developing his striking images in the studio.

Sean Wallis was born and raised in Utah. As an Impressionist, Sean pays close attention to the relationship of light and color, favoring detailed scenes on large canvases en plein air. Ready to paint within 5-minutes at any given time, Wallis enjoys the challenge of painting that which is rapidly vanishing—whether that be light or history, or whether he is painting California missions, botanical gardens or old barns of the Southwest.

The Western Experience will remain on view through July 7, 2018. For more information and to discover more Art & Literature events, please visit the Ann Korologos Gallery at 211 Midland Avenue in Basalt, call 970.927.9668 or email art@korologosgallery.com

 

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