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Originally reprinted in Points West magazine in Fall 2002 By N.C. Wyeth Ed. note: Artist Wyeth wrote this story for the March 1906 issue of Scribner’s Magazine (Vol. XXXIX, no. 3), pages 285 – 290. The paintings accompanying it appeared as illustrations with that article. Groping and feeling my way out from beneath three or […]
Originally published in Points West magazine in Fall 2002 N.C. Wyeth: From the Hashknife to the Palette Knife By Sarah E. Boehme Former Curator, Whitney Western Art Museum “Here I am in the great West, and I’ll tell you it is the great West.” The twenty-one year old easterner, in search of adventure and knowledge, […]
Greetings fellow art fans! The time of year has arrived when artists converge in the Whitney Western Art Museum. During the weeks of July 6 and July 13, we had the pleasure of hosting Michele Z. Farrier as our artist-in-residence. Farrier formerly taught art to K – 12 students in the Teton County School District. […]
From Points West magazine Originally published in Summer 1997 The Arms and Art of the Remington Arms Company By Howard Michael Madaus Former Curator, Cody Firearms Museum, Robert W. Woodruff Firearms Chair In 1816, the 22-year-old blacksmith Eliphalet Remington forged his first gun barrel. The process was slow and tedious. A skelp of iron (a […]
Editor’s Note, April 14, 2014: These exhibitions in Georgia have now closed. From November 3, 2013 – April 13, 2014, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming, shared its extraordinary collection with museums in Georgia. Go West! Art of the American Frontier from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West at the High […]