Pursuit of the Southwest 6th Annual Juried Art Exhibition

Dutch Art Gallery

Dec. 6, 2014, 09:30 am

10233 E. Northwest Hwy, Suite 420
(214) 348-7350


The exhibition features a variety of realism to abstract and contemporary work that the artist depicted of their interpretation of the theme. There are works that we have glimpses of what could have occurred in history. Up close views of humble beginnings of vegetation. Hardworking cattle drivers to wind turbines that shows part of our economic growth. Family traditions that seem to be more valued in the Southwest. Dramas played out from an artist’s imagination. Summer watering holes where you would go to enjoy swimming, fishing or exploring trails. The thrills of the hunt by man or beast. Different cultures were featured such as Native Americans as well as Mexican Americans. Also seen were subjects of well-known animals that are associated to the Southwest like the buffalo, bison, longhorn, donkeys and horses. Landscapes featuring sunsets, Texas Hill Country and desserts of Arizona/New Mexico. Cold winters, small towns that still have gas stations that give full service. Quaint cafes to grab a coffee with a friend. Old pick-up trucks speeding their way across the horizon, rodeo action, ballerinas, cowgirls and spaghetti western pop art.

ENDS Saturday, March 7, 2015

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