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NEWSLETTER

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JUNE 2012

Excellence in ART since 1963.

DEAR FRIENDS, As we go to press with our newsletter, our artists have been busy in the studio preparing new works for the start of the busy art season at our Jackson Hole, Wyoming gallery. We kick things off in June with High Country Summer, a show that is rich in diversity and subject matter. Whether you love impressionism, landscapes, wildlife, figurative work or traditional western art, this show has it all! In June we will also highlight a new collection of paintings by Idaho painter Robert Moore, always a favorite among collectors! In July we host our second annual Masters in Miniature Show Invitational. No matter how full your walls are, you can always find a spot for that small gem of a painting or a niche for that charming little sculpture! We anticipate having 250-300 small works for the show which will be sold by draw during the artist’s reception on July 19. August brings the debut of a new show at Trailside titled It’s A Dog’s Life. As the name implies, the show is comprised of paintings and sculpture featuring our canine friends; mutt, mongrel or pure breed, with a portion of the sales donated to the local animal shelter. A special showcase of paintings by Joseph Sulkowski, regarded as one of the world’s premier canine and sporting artists, will be an added bonus during our dog show! Additionally, the gallery will be featuring a wonderful selection of unique, beautifully handcrafted western furniture by artisans John Gallis, Brad Greenwood, Ron Shanor and Mike Roths. continued on page 2...

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Z.S. LIANG, The Sacred Song, 36 x 24, Oil. $ Sold by draw

• High Country Summer • Robert Moore Showcase JUNE 18 - 30

• Masters In Miniature Invitational J U LY 1 6 - 3 1

• It’s A Dog’s Life • Joseph Sulkowski Showcase • Furniture Showcase AU G U S T 1 3 - 2 6

• Fall Gold • Ralph Oberg - The Mountain World • Adam Smith Showcase SEPTEMBER 10 - 23

• Jackson Hole Art Auction SEPTEMBER 15

JIM NORTON, Wind in His Hair, 32 x 40, Oil. $38,000


H I G H C O U N T RY S U M M E R

June 18 - 30, 2012 | Jackson

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As summer gives way to autumn, we host our annual Fall Gold show beginning September 10 through the 23rd, which focuses on nature, wildlife and sporting art. The gallery will also host The Mountain World-From the Himalaya to the Rockies, a major one man show for Ralph Oberg centered on the theme of the landscapes, wildlife and architectural elements found in some of the world’s most magnificent mountain ranges. Montana wildlife artist Adam Smith will have a showcase of new works inspired by North American big game as well as African wildlife.

ANDREW PETERS, Evening Pastoral, 30 x 40, Oil. $14,000

During this busy Fall Arts Festival weekend, we will also be presenting our 6th annual Jackson Hole Art Auction on Saturday, September 15 at the Center for the Arts. Much more information on our show schedule and the auction is available on our website. We all look forward to seeing you in the gallery! Maryvonne Leshe - Managing Partner

MIAN SITU, Proud Heritage, 26 x 32, Oil. $23,000 (Sold by Draw)

SHAWN CAMERON, Evening Glow, 15 x 19, Oil. $3,800

BILL NEBEKER, Hear Me This Day, 31 x 15 x 11, Bronze, edition of 30. $6,800

BRUCE CHEEVER, Sierra Sunset, Yosemite, 30 x 45, Oil. $15,000 RICHARD THOMAS, Cover For The War Party, 30 x 40, Oil. $20,000

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Ar tist Reception: June 21st from 5 - 8pm

STEVE ATKINSON, Dawn At Tsegi Overlook, 16 x 40, Oil. $4,500

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DAN MIEDUCH, A Passage to El Dorado, 28 x 45, Oil. $32,000

JAMES JIANG, Roping, 12 x 16, Oil. $1,800

GEORGE HALLMARK, One For The Road, 36 x 24, Oil. $14,000

SHERRY SANDER, Summer In The High Country, 22 x 15 x 12, Bronze, edition of 35. $4,800

PAUL MANN, The Guardian, 24 x 30, Oil. $5,800

BRENDA MURPHY, Short Legs And Long Stirrups, 10 x 14, Graphite. $2,400

CURT WALTERS, Light Of The Moon, 30 x 48, Oil. $56,000

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RO B E RT M O O R E S H OW C A S E

June 18 - 30, 2012 | Jackson

Robert Moore is a multi-award winning artist whose paintings reflect his deep love and appreciation for nature’s endless beauty. Whether painting a pure landscape, still life, seascape or occasional figurative, his distinctive combination of brush and palette knife coupled with heavy surface texture and high key colors bring forth a passion and energy to every canvas. A plein air purist, he works on location to best capture the immediate impression of each subject.

Everyday Glory, 30 x 40, Oil. $8,000

Evening Pasture, 30 x 40, Oil. $8,000

On The Ranch, 16 x 20, Oil. $2,100

Deep October, 70 x 96, Oil. $35,000

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Ar tist Reception: June 21st from 5 - 8pm

High Country, 60 x 48, Oil. $17,000

RO B E RT M O O R E S H OW C A S E

Joy Of Summer, 40 x 30, Oil. $8,000

Aspen Glade, 24 x 30, Oil. $3,500

Solace, 40 x 40, Oil. $8,800

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TRAILSIDE GALLERIES & GERALD PETERS GALLERYŠ

An Auction of Past and Present Masterworks of the American West

T O V I E W T H E 2 0 1 2 A U C T I O N A N D R E G I S T E R T O B I D O R AT T E N D V I S I T U S AT W W W. J A C K S O N H O L E A RTA U C T I O N . C O M O R P R E V I E W O U R A U C T I O N C O L L E C T I O N L O C AT E D O N T H E T O P F L O O R O F T R A I L S I D E G A L L E R I E S I N J A C K S O N .

Above, clockwise from top left: William R. Leigh, (1866-1955), Bucking Bronco with Cowboy, 1910, oil on canvas, 30 1/3 x 22 1/3 inches. Estimate: $300,000 - $500,000. G. Harvey, Jingle Bells and Powder Snow, oil on canvas, 30 x 24 inches. Estimate: $50,000 to $75,000. George Carlson, The Greeting, Bronze, XX X XX inches. Estimate: $30,000 $50,000. Kyle Sims, (1980 - ), The Crossing, 2012, oil on canvas, 38 x 70 inches. Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000. Charles M. Russell, (1864-1926), Unbranded, ca. 1897, oil on canvas, 13 x 20 inches, Estimate: $500,000 - $700,000.

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P.O. Box 1568 - 130 East Broadway, Jackson, WY 83001 Tel 866-549-9278 | coordinator@jacksonholeartauction.com W W W. J AC K S O N H O L E A RTAU C T I O N . C O M


TRAILSIDE GALLERIES & GERALD PETERS GALLERYŠ

An Auction of Past and Present Masterworks of the American West

LIVE AUCTION, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2012 CENTER FOR THE ARTS, JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING

For more information please contact Lucy Grogan, Auction Coordinator. Call 1-866-549-9278 or email coordinator@jacksonholeartauction.com. Visit our website at www.JacksonHoleArtAuction.com

Above, clockwise from top left: Olaf Wieghorst, (1899 - 1988), Enlisted Cavalry Soldier, watercolor, 12 x 9 1/2 inches. Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000. Kenneth Riley, (1919- ), Power of the Shield, acrylic on board, 5 x 6 1/2 inches. Estimate: $7,000 - $10,000. Frederic Remington, (1861-1909), Painting the Robe, ink and wash on paper, 14 1/2 x 21 1/2 inches. Estimate: $50,000 - $75,000. Bob Kuhn, (1920-2007), Bringing Down the Old Bull, oil on board, 30 x 40 inches. Estimate: $135,000 - $175,000. Clyde Aspevig, (1951-), Storm at Freezeout Lake, oil on canvas mounted on gatorboard, 48 x 64 inches. Estimate: $50,000 to $75,000


S U E E L L E N RO S S Sueellen Ross began drawing animals as soon as she could hold a pencil and never stopped. “I was raised as a city kid, and much as I wanted to be around bigger animals, I just couldn’t convince my parents to have a goat in the backyard”, says Ross. “Consequently, most of the animals and birds I portray have adapted to city life or park life.” Acclaimed for the strong design and subtle wit in both her mixed-media paintings and hand-colored etchings of cats and birds, her love for animals and their distinct personalities is apparent in every work of art she creates. Sueellen will be one of the featured artists during the gallery’s August show, “It’s A Dog’s Life.”

Art Nouveau Cat, 7 x 18, Mixed Media. $2,100

Chewy’s Chair, 13 1/2 x 11,

Let The Games Begin!, 14 x 13,

Mixed Media. $2,300

Mixed Media. $2,600

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