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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

Tim Harmon

Tim Harmon

I have been lucky to receive several awards.  I have received a sculpture award for the last three years from the Phippen Museum, a gold award for my piece “Switchback” from Western Artist of America, the Joe Beeler award from Cowboy Artists of America. . . . 

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Becky Johnson

Becky Johnson

After an early focus on painting wildlife, landscape has become her primary subject in recent years.  She is especially intrigued by light and often chooses to light a scene with early morning or late afternoon sun. . . .

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Peggy Judy

Peggy Judy

Even as a child, Peggy Judy realized she was born to be an artist.  Her destiny was sealed by one important fact: she was smitten by the natural beauty of her native Colorado. . . .

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Leslie Kirchner

Leslie Kirchner

Leslie enjoys painting both wildlife and western subjects, striving to capture the individual personality of the animals she portrays, and create an emotional response to her work. Committed to depicting the subjects she paints, she thoroughly researches those subjects . . . .

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Christine Knapp

Christine Knapp

Award winning sculptor, Christine Knapp, a native of Dayton, Ohio, has been a professional artist since 1990. She is best known for her realistic bronze creations of both animal and human subjects. . . .

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Deb Komitor

Deb Komitor

Her vivid color choices appear almost photographic, yet her close portrait of nature also asks the viewer to take a step back . . .

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Robert Krogle

Robert Krogle

“I am an impressionist," Krogle explains. "I paint familiar images in an abstract way. I also hope my paintings make people feel some emotion or inspire them to pursue their own creative path.”

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Cindy Long

Cindy Long

Cindy Long’s sensitive graphite portraits bring to life the many faces of the people of the American West.  Her lifelong love of drawing has found them to be the perfect subjects, in which she portrays their unique spirits and personalities. . .

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Curt Mattson

Curt Mattson

Curt' work evokes joy, excitement, and intensity.  Movement, texture, mass, color and negative space bring each piece to life. . . .

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Ken Mayernik

Ken Mayernik

Ken Mayernik was born in Montana and raised on a central Montana ranch. Those roots in the agriculture and outdoors of Montana are evident in his sculpture. Bronzes depicting ranch scenes and the working and hunting people of the West are common in his volume of works. . . .

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Herb Mignery

Herb Mignery

Herb’s subjects often depict the difficult lives the people of the West led.  The figures have a certain elegance and a sense of classical composure without being idealized.  . . . 

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Jack Moss

Jack Moss

The landscapes in the Texas Hill Country are dramatic rock bluffs, miles of land, blue green mountains, rivers, wildlife, cowboys, ranches and open country -- enough to lure any artist out to capture it all in paintings. . . .

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John Peterson

John Peterson

John Peterson’s passion as an artist has emerged over a lifetime of developing a God-given talent from early childhood.  His love for the outdoors and western history has been the main influence and the primary focus of his work. . . . 

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James Reid

James Reid

James Reid's paintings vividly capture the working cowboy in the beautiful scenes of the west. His wildlife paintings are recorded with authenticity from years of research. . . .

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Charlene Roake

Charlene Roake

The beauty of that landscape provides the inspiration for Roake's paintings. “What a joy and humbling experience it is to enter this landscape and the world of the wildlife,” she notes.

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Karen Roehl

Karen Roehl

Roehl's color palette ranges from monochromatic to very colorful: monochromatic palettes emphasize texture, composition, shapes and the marks themselves. . .

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Cydney Springer

Cydney Springer

Cydney Springer’s two great passions are living in the Rocky Mountains and painting them. Living a stone’s throw from Rocky Mountain National Park provides constant inspiration . . . . 

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Trish Stevenson

Trish Stevenson

Trish Stevenson grew up in a rural area west of Denver, where if she wasn’t riding horses she
was drawing them. Her paintings reflect her passion for horses and are also influenced by
memories of summer vacations spent with her grandparents in the badlands of North Dakota. . . .

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Gail Sundell

Gail Sundell

Gail Sundell’s father told her stories of the Old West and life among Native Americans. She was inspired to bring those stories to life through the medium of stone. . .

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