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By Western Artist Gary Lowe These western artists and cowboy artists paint a wide variety of artwork ranging from native art to cowboy art, cartoons, caricatures, art murals, horse portraits, Canadian scenery, the realistic and the imaginary. You might just find that perfect piece of western artwork you have been looking for whether it be an original painting, a limited edition giclee or a bronze sculpture! Canada has many talented artists,
We hope you enjoy the many we have listed here in our Western Art Gallery. Stay tuned as Canadian Cutting Horses.Com will be creating more artists websites in the near future. The artists listed in this art gallery do exceptional work in watercolors, oil paintings, acrylic paintings, pastel art, pencil art, charcoal, bronze sculpture, pottery, and much more! Several artists offer art workshops and art lessons!


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Diane M. Anderson
Rick Berg
Karoll Dalyce Brinton
Tim Cox
Ben Crane
Valerie Hinz
Gena LaCoste
Patrick Landes
Shannon Lawlor
Doug Levitt
Lou Marchant
Val Moker
Audrey Nanimahoo
Carl Shinkaruk
Linda Stewart
Doug Welykholowa
Darryl Willison
Diane M. Anderson
Canadian Artist Diane M. Anderson
Diane is known for her ability to capture images in bronze, that people from many walks of life can relate to. Whether is be a seniors couple on a swing, a tiny calf experiencing the wonders of being alive or a powerful eagle gracing the skies with its majestic control of the air, Dianes pieces evoke emotions. She believes that in order to relate to something you must first make an emotional connection with it.
Diane attends several art shows every year and has received awards for her work. The one she treasures most is the Artists Choice award for best sculpture at the Calgary Stampede. Being voted that award by her piers she says is the best she could ever hope for.

Rick Berg
Canadian Artist Rick Berg
Rick is a self taught artist working mainly in oils, originally from Red Deer, Alberta and now based in Crossfield. His work is clearly influenced by the special light, landscapes and wildlife found between the prairies and mountains. His work has been included in Government Travelling Exhibits, One Man, and Group Shows in Canada and the United States, with purchases by the Government of Alberta, Major Corporations, and Private Collectors. He is a frequent contributor to auctions, stamp and poster projects in support of organizations such as Trout Unlimited, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Federation of Fly Fisherman, and the Bull Trout Task Force.

Karoll Dalyce Brinton
Canadian Artist Karoll Dalyce Brinton
Western artist Karoll Dalyce Brinton has done portraits of people, including children (which are considered by many artists to be impossible to portray those soft, innocent, and lineless features). She has created hundreds of equine, feline, and canine portraits. Her instructor, Margaret Nadeau, wanted her to do anything besides horses. Margaret believed that it would be impossible to have a balanced knowledge of various things if she allowed this young lady to do horses. Thus, Karoll became quite adept at landscapes over the years. Of course it helps that she loves being out in the forests and beside mountain streams. Loading up her horses for a few days and heading to the high country for inspiration and relaxation.

Tim Cox
Western Artist - Tim Cox
Tim's paintings have appeared on over 300 magazine covers through the years, and he has been featured in articles in at least 16 different publications, including Southwest Art, Western Horseman, Art of the West, American Cowboy and Beef.

While most of his time is consumed by painting, Tim regularly rides and works on various ranches throughout the West. He combines the basic ingredients of color, value, perspective and pleasing design with his desire to be a perfectionist in portraying the real working cowboy.

This perfectionism earned Tim the "Ayudando Siempre Alli Award" from the New Mexico Cattle Growers´ Association for his contributions to agriculture. Alisa Ogden, President of the Association said: "Along with lifting our spirits, Tim Cox’s special images keep the magic of the cowboy alive for literally tens of thousands of city folks across the nation and around the world."

Ben Crane
Canadian Cartoon Artist Ben Crane
Ben Crane is an accomplished artist, recognized both sides of the border, and one of only two Canadians drawing for the famous greeting card company Leanin' Tree. A founding member of the Cowboy Cartoonists Int'l, he has won many awards, and has been a standard at western art shows and cowboy poetry gatherings all across western North America, including Oklahoma City's National Cowboy Hall of Fame, the Calgary Stampede, C. M. Russell Museum and annually in Las Vegas during the NFR. His art has also graced many books and magazines, as well as private collections in many parts of the continent.

Valerie Hinz
Canadian Western Herigage Artist Valerie Hinz
Valerie Hinz (b. 1956) Valerie lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and has been a professional artist, working in television since 1979. In 2000, she left her job with the CTV affiliate to paint full time. One of her earlier commercial exhibitions was with the U.S. Arabian National Horse Show in Louisville, KY. There, she took a tour of Churchill Downs, where she viewed an exhibit of the works by the American Academy of Equine Art for the first time. She eagerly submitted work to future AAEA shows, where within two years, she gratefully accepted the 1992 Gordon Barton Memorial Award for Best in Show. Valerie attributes the AAEA for giving her the start she needed in the equine art world. The publicity received from her wins through the AAEA juried exhibitions helped her to become visible to the galleries that represent her today.

Gena LaCoste
Canadian Western Artist Gena LaCoste
Using vibrant, strong colours that evoke the motion and essence of herds, dust swirls, the bunching of horse muscles, Gena's art pulls the viewer in and evokes memories. Gena sees her art style as representational. "I love it when the picture I have in my mind comes out as a painting, not like a photograph." Yet, birds framed against stormy skies or strutting across farmyards seem as if they will come off the page. Flowers in Santa Fe, roosters in Canada - her art brings them to life.
Her work appears at poetry gatherings, horse shows and stampedes. Private shows have ranged from galleries in New Mexico to Western Canada. Her latest art shows include the Medicine Hat Cultural Centre, the Medicine Hat Museum and Art Gallery. Collectors from Great Britain, to the southwest corner of the United States, and Canadians from British Columbia to Ontario have purchased her originals and prints. The Alberta Foundation for the Arts has some of her originals in their collection.
A Gena LaCoste original is a delight. Her painting is full of life - prairie life!

Patrick Landes
Canadian Western Artist Patrick Landes
Patrick Landes seeks to accurately portray the visual language of open range, good horses, smart dogs, tough cattle, and even tougher people: an environment that is now all but lost. His portrayals, of the color, tradition and romance of the contemporary west, are certainties in description couched in artistic probability.

Painting full time, with work now hanging in both private and corporate collections, Patrick is motivated by horizons limited only to the scope of his imagination and hard earned miles of firsthand experience.

Shannon Lawlor
Shannon Lawlor - Alberta Equine Artist
Having spent the formative years involved with horses on many levels, this in turn has evolved into the ability as an artist, to capture her subject matter as it appears in reality. Infinite moments of real life experiences are seized in her own unique interpretation using primary acrylics, oil and graphite. Brush mileage and continuously honing her skills and techniques contribute to the ongoing passion of striving always to reach new and greater heights of professional achievement. Furthermore, the study of reality and subject matter lends itself to the structure, depth and detail found in her pieces. The great appreciation she has for her subject matter is evident in each of her carefully rendered pieces. Having had the opportunity to spend time with some of the top artists of today, also contributes to the body of work she is now creating.

Doug Levitt
Canadian Western Artist Doug Levitt
Doug Levitt has devoted himself full-time to fine art, oil paintings and graphite drawings being his preferred mediums. His historical works seek to preserve moments from the native North American Indian way of life and to explore themes of the West. These graphite drawings and oil paintings reflect Doug's passion for authentic detail as well as drama and texture. Doug's contemporary works, comprising mainly portraiture in oils, are compelling human studies characterized by skillful evocation of light and shadow, texture and detail.
His paintings are gaining wide attention for an artist still young in his career. Top collectors have bought his works and his paintings are in collections as far away as Australia. He has received invitations to attend several prominent exhibitions in Canada and the United States in 2004.


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