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P.O. Box 2301
Estes Park, Co 80517

The 2016 Windows to the West Art Show and Sale convenes more than 50 of the country's top contemporary Western heritage artists in one of the most beautiful mountain settings in America at the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park.  The three-day sale and exhibition in Estes Park, Colorado, June 3-5, showcases more than 200 new pieces of art, with rich opportunities to meet the artists and discuss their unique depictions of Western landscapes, wildlife and traditional Western American life.  Windows to the West is a charitable benefit event sponsored by the Estes Park Western Heritage Foundation.

Artists Archive

Maura Allen

Maura Allen

Allen’s paintings are stories; they begin by looking directly into the sun. With details obscured, a strong, iconic silhouette serves as the starting point. . .

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Karen Bonnie

Karen Bonnie

Karen Bonnie is a nationally recognized equine and western artist, being awarded the “Tuffy Berg Award” in 2004 as the most promising new artist at the C.M. Russell Museum Show and Sale. Karen has been passionate about horses and horse cultures since . . .

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Kaye Burian

Kaye Burian

Born and raised on a ranch in western North Dakota, Kaye Burian, finds her western way of life easy to portray. Many times she has drawn from her rodeo and ranching background to give . . .

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Garnet Buster

Garnet Buster

Trace with your finger the ancient design on a beautiful Indian pot, the notches on the handle of the tomahawk, or drag your thumbnail down the rows of kernels of brightly colored corn.  You feel you can do this with Garnet Buster's exquisite paintings. . . .

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Cheri Cappello

Cheri Cappello

Cappello's pieces are close, museum-quality reproductions of the ceremonial and war shirts, wedding dresses, and horse masks produced in the late 1800's and early 1900's. . .

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Larry Case

Larry Case

From his studio in Oklahoma City, Larry Case paints striking realistic images of the contemporary and historical American West.  Case draws on the memories of working on his in-laws’ ranch and spends countless hours on research, sketching, and planning before beginning to paint. . . .

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Marie Channer

Marie Channer

 “An old proverb states that ‘God is in the details’.”  For artist Marie Channer, this truism is evident in her paintings of horses and portraits of women and children. Every hair counts - every small particle of dust stirred up by travelling hoofs is recorded in the finest detail.  . . .

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Julie Chapman

Julie Chapman

Chapman's imagery is a contemporary take on the wildlife, horses, and rodeo of the modern American Wild West, and features representational subject matter in an abstract setting. . .

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Rita Cirillo

Rita Cirillo

Rita says of her depiction of Western subjects: There is a fascinating dichotomy in the American Frontier Days -- the romance contrasted against the harsh realities. . .

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Jim Clements

Jim Clements

Jim Clements is a western oil painter who considers himself blessed to be a working artist. “To me, painting represents ultimate freedom - so it’s just natural that the wide open spaces, rich history and independent people of the American West translate so well to canvas. My desire is to honor the spirit of the West in each painting I do.”

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Dennis E. Conner

Dennis E. Conner

Award winning sculptor, Dennis E. Conner, specializes in western and wildlife bronzes.  His realistic approach captures the essence of our western heritage, Native American culture or a moment in nature.  .  .  . 

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Robyn Cook

Robyn Cook

Pencil artist Robyn Cook grew up on a small farm in Ozark, Missouri. She first took interest in drawing when she was a young girl, sketching portraits of her family’s horses and ponies.  Today, her attention to detail and her ability to capture movement in still portraits has garnered great attention.  .  .  .

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Dan D'Amico

Dan D’Amico

Dan D'Amico has been painting professionally since 1983. In 1991 he was elected a member of the Society of Animal Artists , and has been a recipient of their Award of Excellence. . . .

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Don Dane

Don Dane

“I have always had a fascination with detail, from the unique characteristics of an old man’s weathered face to the reflective images within the eye of a horse. All are equally intriguing and when combined with strong light and good color value can pull in the viewer.” --- Don Dane

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Mia DeLode

Mia DeLode

Mia DeLode is a fourth generation rancher from central Montana. Born and bred to be part of the rural west, she is an accomplished painter, sculptor, and writer of the culture, animals, people and the humor that is unique to western living. . . .

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Dan Deuter

Dan Deuter

Dan grew up on the family cattle ranch in Rees Heights, South Dakota.  At an early age, Dan and his brothers were breaking ponies and later, horses.  Dan started drawing at an early age, inspired by the life he was in the process of living. . . .

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June Dudley

June Dudley

June Dudley’s paintings have a dynamic, life-giving quality attributable to her vibrant coloration that has become a trademark of her work.  Her viewers are quickly caught up in the mood she has created with her dynamic lighting, her keen sense of color . . . .

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Brent Flory

Brent Flory

“Your work has such heart” is one of Brent Flory’s most favorite compliments he has received about his work.  Though many people comment on his use of light, Brent loves to paint the honest reality of the western experience. . . .

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Lanny Grant

Lanny Grant

Often working in remote areas, Lanny makes numerous sketches and oil color studies for use as reference in doing larger studio paintings.  Lanny feels that the spontaneity of composition and accuracy of color that result from painting on location are invaluable. . . .

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Buster Griggs

Buster Griggs

The focus of Griggs' work is his love of the West. His paintings and drawings honor the history and grandeur of the mountains and plains, the Native Americans whose ancestors called it their home and the pioneer families and the cowboys who explored and settled in this beautiful country. . . .

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