Fall Gold Exhibition & Sale-2014
September 1 – 14, 2014
Jackson, Wyoming
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Press release

Fall Gold Exhibition & Sale

September 1-14, 2014
Artist Reception: Saturday, September 13, 2014, 4-7pm
 

Trailside Galleries is pleased to present the annual Fall Gold Exhibition and Sale on display September 1-14. This major event of the fall art season includes a spectacular selection of wildlife, landscape, and sporting art. An artists' reception is scheduled for Saturday, September 13th from 4 - 7 PM with many of the participating artists in attendance including Brent Cotton, Michael Godfrey, Bonnie Marris, Jim Morgan, George Northup, Ralph Oberg, Kyle Sims, Mian Situ, Dan Smith, Adam Smith, John DeMott, Tucker Smith, Kent Ullberg, Kathy Wipfler, Dustin Van Wechel and Sarah Woods among others. In addition to the work on display for Fall Gold, the gallery will also be hosting several other key events including individual shows for Logan Maxwell Hagege, Tim Solliday, John & Suzie Seerey-Lester & Lindsay Scott. This spectacular event happens annually in conjunction with the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, when the town of Jackson Hole welcomes a great number of collectors, editors, museum curators and fine art enthusiasts.


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Since 1963, Trailside Galleries of Jackson, Wyoming and Scottsdale, Arizona has been regarded as one of the pre-eminent dealers in American representational art, specializing in a rich and varied collection of works by the leading western, wildlife, figurative, impressionist, and landscape artists in the country. The artist roster includes members of the Cowboy Artists of America, National Academy of Design, Oil Painters of America, Plein-Air Painters of America, Prix De West, Society of Animal Artists, National Sculpture Society and Masters of the American West.


The gallery is also home to the offices and showrooms of its auction department, the Jackson Hole Art Auction.  Since 2007, the Jackson Hole Art Auction has been recognized as one of the premier art events in the country, defined by the high standard of works offered in a variety of genres including wildlife, sporting, figurative, landscape and Western art by both renowned past masters and contemporary artists

 

Please contact Kimberly C. Fletcher at 307.733.3186-Jackson or email at media@trailsidegalleries.com for further information and images.

 
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In the News-Logan Maxwell Hagege & Fall Gold featured in The Culture Trip-London

Wyoming’s 10 Best Events and Festivals this September

Colloquially known as the ‘Cowboy State’, Wyoming is a peak-strewn region of the Western United States replete with mountain ranges and the surrounding foothills, notably the Eastern Rocky Mountains. This summer, Wyoming plays host to myriad arts and cultural events, from festivals celebrating the arts in Jackson to chomping on Greek delights in Cheyenne. Wyoming proves the month of September to be a cultural one and offers passers-by these 10 unmissable events, and more.


Art | Logan Maxwell Hagege – Changing Light
1 September – 14 September
Jackson’s Trailside Gallery is hosting Logan Maxwell Hagege’s new exhibition, Changing Light, in which he conjures up quintessential scenes from the American Southwest in a series of figural and landscape works. Hagege deftly depicts scenes emulating Native American life and culture, framed in the thirsty environs of the Southwest desert; his appetite for dusty scenes developed during youthful sojourns at his grandmother’s house in the California desert. To meet Hagege to discuss his art, there will be an artist’s reception on 13 September. Hagege’s works on display at the Changing Light exhibition will be sold by draw.
 

Art | Fall Gold
1 September – 14 September
For a melange of some of Oklahoma’s best wildlife, landscape and sporting art, lumber into the Trailside Gallery in Jackson for the annual Fall Gold Exhibition and Sale. This yearly aesthetic fiesta occurs to coincide with the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, also featured. Participating artists include Brent Cotton, Michael Godfrey, Bonnie Marris, Jim Morgan, George Northup, and many others, some of whom will be in attendance at the artists’ reception on 13 September. Many of the artworks on display will be procurable so be sure to pack your wallet; you might even walk out with some Fall Gold.
Fall Gold, 130 East Broadway, Jackson, WY, USA, +1 307 733 3186

The Culture Trip showcases the best of art, culture and travel for every country in the world. Have a look at our Wyoming or United States sections to find out more or become involved.

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In the News: Fall Gold Show Preview Featured in Western Art Collector
September 13, 2014

With the splendor of the autumn season in full swing and paired with the celebrated Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, Trailside Galleries debuts its highly anticipated Fall Gold exhibition and sale. The highlight of the gallery’s fall art season, Fall Gold coincides with the Fall Arts Festival and includes a group exhibition, several solo showcases and other happenings. It kicks off September 1. The group exhibit includes a fine selection of wildlife, landscape, and sporting art by artists Dustin Van Wechel, Brent Cotton, James Morgan, George Northup, Kyle Sims, Dan Smith, Adam Smith, John DeMott, Tucker Smith, Kent Ullberg, Kathy Wipfler, and Sarah Woods, among others. There will be an artists’ reception September 13 from 4 to 7 p.m. with many of the show participants in attendance for meet and greet.

 

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In the News-September Shows featured in Jackson Hole News & Guide

Fall Arts offers Hagege wider audience
Jackson Hole News & Guide
By Dina Mishev

Maryvonne Leshe, Managing Partner at Trailside Galleries, said Fall Arts Festival is the perfect time to introduce to audiences new artists she feels strongly about. “You’re guaranteed a large audience that has many highly experienced collectors in it,” she said.

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