Western art sale: Briscoe artists’ night is underway
Take part in this premier Western arts event online or in person.
The Night of Artists exhibition and sale at the Briscoe Western Art Museum, one of the world’s premier Western art events, is ongoing.
To mark the 20th anniversary of the event that sparked the creation of the museum, the museum is expanding its signature exhibit and sale with a first: a hybrid event that includes online and in-person celebrations. An online catalog, virtual gallery tours and a live celebration allow Western art lovers to participate anywhere from San Antonio’s River Walk to where they virtually connect.
Kim Wiggins, “Along the Chisholm Trail”
Gladys Roldan-de-Moras, “Souvenirs de chez moi”
Michael Ome Untiedt, “Study of the History of Nelson”
You can get in on the action with the online auction, which started on March 13, the big live auction on March 27, and the public exhibition and sale from March 28 to May 9.
The sale and exhibition include over 250 new works of painting, sculpture and mixed media from over 75 of today’s leading contemporary Western artists. The works feature scenic landscapes, inspired Native Americans, classic cowboys, stunning wildlife, and detailed portraits, offering something to every art collector and enthusiast.
Click here to see this year’s artists and their works. Click here to find out how to participate in the Big Live Auction and Online Art Auction.
(Cover image) Billy Schenck, “Twilight in Chinle”