Award-winning western artist Howard Terpning recently released 2 new giclee prints. Published by Greenwich Workshop Publishing, both prints feature the Crow Indian tribe, which resided mainly in the Northwestern U.S.
The Crow respected and revered what they called “land of the burning ground” or “land of vapors.” Although they lived primarily in the region to the east of what became Yellowstone National Park, the Crow camped and hunted throughout the region.
"Crows in the Yellowstone" is 35"high x 25"wide, and the edition of 125 is already in low inventory. The retail price is $895.
"Tribal Warfare" is 12"high x 16"wide and it is an edition of 175. The retail price is $345.
For more information about purchasing these new giclees, go to
www.westernartnow.com/collections/all/howard-terpning or call 1-888-779-2240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Crows in the Yellowstone" giclee by Howard Terpning, 35"x25"
"Tribal Warfare" giclee by Howard Terpning, 12"x16"
Western and wildlife artist David Yorke recently released a new giclee print titled "Visions of a Warrior."
This is a signed and numbered edition of only 25 prints on canvas. The image size is 12"x9", and the retail price is $300.
The original oil by David Yorke was sold by draw at the Wildlife & Western Visions Art Show at the Plainsmen Gallery on May 6, 2015.
According to the artist, the painting portrays a Sioux Indian. "The black war paint symbolizes Power and Strength. Rather than have pictographs as a background motif behind the Indian's portrait, I chose to overlap the images over part of his face to simulate that these were not a physical reality, but more a part of his thoughts." David Yorke.
Original paintings and giclee prints by David Yorke are available at The Plainsmen Gallery: 1-888-779-2240, www.plainsmen.com. Giclees can also be purchased online at westernartnow.com.
"Visions of a Warrior" giclee canvas print by David Yorke
"Telling of Legends" a new giclee by western artist Howard Terpning will be featured at the Fall Harvest Show at The Plainsmen Gallery in Dunedin, Florida.
The original painting sold at the Coeur d'Alene Auction last year for 1.7million.
Howard Terpning describes this historic piece: "Influencing every part of their lives, the Blackfeet legends included tales of the tribes’ origin, their religion, heroic deeds of their people and the evil ways of their enemies. I’ve tried to capture the mood of a sacred time,” says Terpning, “where a young man learns of his past and his future responsibilities."
The 31"x51" museum edition canvas is limited to 95 signed and numbered giclees. The retail price is $1,750.
For more information about Howard Terpning prints or the Fall Harvest Show call 1-888-779-2240 or go to www.plainsmen.com/shows.htm.
Western artist David Yorke recently completed a large painting titled "The Magic Glass," which depicts a Native American rendezvous scene from the 1800's. The 40"x30" oil painting will be featured at the Plainsmen Gallery's Fall Harvest Show, set to open on November 8th in Dunedin, Florida. David Yorke will be present for the opening reception from 1:00-4:00pm.
For more information about artwork by David Yorke and about the Fall Harvest Show, go to www.plainsmen.com/shows.htm.
Nationally-acclaimed western artist John Coleman was presented with the James Earle Fraser Scultpture Award and the Buyers Choice Award for his monumental-size bronze “Honeymoon at Crow Fair” at the Prix de West Show on June 14th, 2014. Two of his paintings sold at the same show, the largest one "Lodge of the Thunderbird" sold for $60,000. John Coleman's new small bronze release "Pretty Shield" was unveiled at this event and numerous castings from the edition of 35 were sold.
Mr. Coleman has been a member of the Cowboy Artists of America since 2001, and he has won many prestigious awards for his sculptures and his paintings. John Coleman is one of the leading sculptors of today who can portray the historical nature and mythology of western subjects. John Coleman's bronze sculptures are among some of the most detailed and most accurate depictions of American Western legend and history that are being produced today.
For more information or to purchase one of John Coleman's bronzes, contact The Plainsmen Gallery: 1-888-779-2240, www.plainsmen.com.
Howard Terpning's award-winning painting "Capturing the Chief's Coat" set a new price record at the Autry Museum Show in January 2014, and now it is available as a limited edition giclee print. Due to the small edition size of only 90, this giclee is already sold-out at the publisher and it may be a challenge to locate one.
Here is the artist's description of the painting:
"The United States government produced a series of unique coats to be given to the most highly regarded chiefs of various tribes, which they often wore as symbols of pride. Capturing the Chief’s Coat depicts a Blackfeet war party returning from a raid against the Crow. Along with many horses, they have taken the coat of the Crow chief as a trophy."
For more information call 1-888-779-2240 or go to www.plainsmen.com
Western Artist David Yorke will be a featured artist at the Wildlife & Western Visions Art Show at the Plainsmen Gallery in Dunedin, Florida, April 26 - May 24, 2014. Meet David at the Opening Reception on Saturday, April 26 from 12 - 5pm.
Four new original paintings by David Yorke will be shown at this event for the first time! His original oils and giclee prints will be on display and available for purchase. For more information about the show and to view the show preview go to www.plainsmen.com/shows.htm or call 1-888-779-2240 or email: email@example.com.
"Lakota Chief" New Oil by David Yorke
The 15th Annual Wildlife & Western Visions Art Show will take place April 26 - May 24, 2014 at The Plainsmen Gallery in Dunedin Florida.
This nationally-recognized show will feature 23 noted wildlife and western artists from across the country. Several of the artists will be present for the opening reception on Saturday, April 26 from 12 - 5pm. Original paintings, bronzes and giclee prints will be on display and available for purchase.
Featured artists will include Harley Brown, Grant Redden, Charles Rowe, John Seerey-Lester, Suzie Seerey-Lester, Geoffrey Smith, Terry Smith, David Yorke and many others
The show location is: The Plainsmen Gallery, 2141 Main Street, Suite H, Dunedin, FL34698.
The show is free and open to the public. For more information and to view the show preview, go to www.plainsmen.com/shows.htm, or call 1-888-779-2240.
Above Image: "Fancy Dancer" Original Pastel by Harley Brown, CA, 13"x10"
Howard Terpning's new painting "Capturing the Chief's Coat" sold for $1.9 million at the Autry Museum Show "Masters of the American West" on Jan. 31, 2014. This live-auction sale reflects the overall strength of the current U.S. western art market, and highlights Terpning's prominent standing in the market. Terpning is a long-time member of the Cowboy Artists of America, and has been presented with Gold and Silver awards by this prestigious group more than two dozen times.
Due to the strong demand for affordable artwork by Howard Terpning, his publisher has released a new giclee canvas print titled, "The Trackers." This giclee canvas is 30"Hx32"W, $1250. For more information or to order this giclee call 1-888-779-2240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Trackers, new giclee by Howard Terpning