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There’s much more to the Western Art world than the finished pieces sold in galleries or at auction. Join George Irwin of Western Gallery for talks with the people who make, collect and present paintings of the American West. If you love Western Art, this podcast is for you.

There’s much more to the Western Art world than the finished pieces sold in galleries or at auction. Join George Irwin of Western Gallery for talks with the people who make, collect and present paintings of the American West. If you love Western Art, this podcast is for you.

Location:

United States

Description:

There’s much more to the Western Art world than the finished pieces sold in galleries or at auction. Join George Irwin of Western Gallery for talks with the people who make, collect and present paintings of the American West. If you love Western Art, this podcast is for you.

Language:

English


Episodes

Jivan Lee, Pt 2 - Why, Landing in Taos, Following the Inner Compass, Working with Galleries and more

8/27/2020
Jivan Lee is a rising star in the Western Art world. After much work and perseverance, he has become one of the most sought-after plein air painters in the West. I drove out to Taos to visit with Jivan in his studio. Join us for our chat about art and humanity. Links: Check out Jivan's website at www.jivanlee.com or follow him on Instagram at @jivanlee_art. Thank you for listening! If you liked this episode, please subscribe to "Horizons by Western Gallery" and rate and review wherever you...

Duration:01:14:52

Jivan Lee, Pt 1 - Large-scale Plein Air, Environmental Impact, Conceptual "Western" Art

3/31/2020
Jivan Lee is a rising star in the Western Art world. After much work and perseverance, he has become one of the most sought-after plein air painters in the West. I drove up from Santa Fe to Taos to visit with Jivan in his studio. Join us for our chat about art and humanity. Links: Check out Jivan's website at www.jivanlee.com or follow him on Instagram at @jivanlee_art. Thank you for listening! If you liked this episode, please subscribe to "Horizons by Western Gallery" and rate and review...

Duration:00:52:51

Noelle Phares - Art Startups, Mixed Media and Environmentalism

7/30/2019
Noelle Phares is an environmental scientist turned artist. After leaving her job at a growing startup in silicon valley, she rediscovered painting and started her own business selling her work. I had the chance to tour her home studio and discuss her path, work and muses, and got to see her larger-scale pieces at hanging at Space Gallery in Denver. Join us for our chat about art and life. Links: Check out Noelle's website at www.noellephares.com or follow her on Instagram at...

Duration:00:55:07

Brandon Brown - How to Find Gallery Representation, Collectors and the Santa Fe Scene

6/6/2019
Brandon Brown is an art dealer at LewAllen galleries in Santa Fe. We met last summer on Canyon Road and I thought he'd be a great podcast guest to share a gallerist's perspective. In this episode, we discuss the role of art galleries, working with artists and collectors, and answer listeners' questions, most notably, "How do I get to show my work in a gallery?" A few artists mentioned in the episode are David Jonason, Forrest Moses, and Jivan Lee. Moses and Lee both have shows up at...

Duration:00:45:46

Eric Bowman - Turning Pro, Economics of Art, and Fundamentals of a Good Painting

5/1/2019
I recently spoke with the multi-award-winning oil painter, Eric Bowman. You might be familiar with his studio landscape and western paintings, but if you haven’t given his work a deeper study, you should. His figure-oriented pieces and plein air sketches are also worth a long look. I chatted with Eric on speakerphone as he was finishing up work for his upcoming solo show. If you listen closely, you can hear him painting, scraping and bumping around in the studio, finishing up his painting...

Duration:01:02:51

Danika Ostrowski - Making Originals Accessible, Artist Residencies and the Austin Art Scene

3/12/2019
This month I'm talking to Danika Ostrowski, painter of mostly US National Park landscapes. Danika discovered her talent at a young age and has been building her career and fan-base since college. Wisely having left Bryan/College Station, TX for Austin (hook ‘em horns), Danika has found a community of artists and a bright voice that resonates throughout the West. See her work online: look her up on Instagram (@danika_ostrowski_art), or on the web at www.danikaostrowski.com. 0:00:59 Path to...

Duration:00:45:59

Luke Anderson - Wyoming, New Themes in Western Art and the "Chili Test"

2/4/2019
My guest today is Luke Anderson, a contemporary landscape, wildlife and figure painter. Luke resides in Wyoming, where he was born and raised. Discovering a knack for his artistic abilities early on, he's fortunate to have settled into his gift while still quite young. Still in his mid 20’s, Luke is one of the young guns in the Western art world, with a bright future ahead. Join us as we discuss how he got started, his chili test and what's next in his career. For some visuals, check him...

Duration:00:36:02

Debbie Carroll - Acrylics, Art Shows and Finding Balance

1/14/2019
My first guest is Ms. Debbie Carroll (@DebbieCarroll), a painter of landscapes and wildlife, presently residing in Austin, TX (though perhaps not for long). Debbie came to painting via a long and winding road, and is refining her voice as a painter and artist while building her collector base. Sit on our talk about finding a way to doing what you love, acrylic paints and art shows. 00:01:07 The Path to Painting 00:08:24 Practice & Process 00:15:14 Art Shows / Commerce 00:20:33 Public...

Duration:00:40:08