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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
Lou Marchant
Canadian Artist Lou Marchant
I work in most media (pastel. oil, watercolour, pencil, pencil crayons, and pen and ink). My subject matter is as diversified as is my media. Fortunately (or unfortunately), I enjoy painting practically everything. I do not paint to make a statement, only for the love of it - just trying to capture what I feel is beautiful!

Having lived on the prairies and been friends with local Natives, and having grown up with "cowboy and Indian movies", I really enjoy trying to capture them in my paintings.

In addition to painting western art, I also enjoy painting old barns and farmhouses.

Val Moker
Canadian Artist Val Moker
Val Moker is a professional Canadian watercolor & acrylic artist who focuses her talents on western art, figurative art and the hidden treasures of nature!
We invite you to browse through her gallery. She features several original pieces as well as Giclee reproductions.
Val has just completed her western art series entitled "One For Each Day of the Week", depicting the life of the cowboy. This series of seven original acrylic paintings will see 2002 showings in Calgary, Alberta, Kalispell, Montana and Las Vegas, Nevada.
See Val’s ‘exhibitions’ for more information and look for the book of this series together with cowboy poetry, in the near future.

Audrey Nanimahoo
Canadian Artist Audrey Nanimahoo
I knew I found my calling in life when the first time that I picked up a piece of stone and began to carve the surface of it. There was something far beyond what I could explain. Something told me that the “Creator” had given me my gift for it felt right and it felt powerful. I will cherish, and be eternally grateful for this gift that was given so freely. That feeling has never left me, when I begin to carve, it’s like the “Creator” is continuing to guide me. My openness – my focus – is almost like a trance I listen to what the stone is saying to me, not in words, but with images that shows me what to carve and where. In this manner, I create unique and original works of art. I get a feeling of overwhelming happiness and excitement when a piece is finished. Then, I can see that I am bringing each piece of stone to life… as though it will soon breathe on its own.

Carl Shinkaruk
Canadian Western Artist Carl Shinkaruk
"Through my art I strive to present the frailty, beauty and strength that I have observed in a world resplendent with culture. The strength and pride of my subjects are the true inspiration of my art."

This well travelled artist's colourful career has brought him from his birthplace of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to many parts of the world. He currently lives and paints in Victoria, British Columbia.

Carl's original works and limited edition prints and giclees are highly sought after by serious collectors. His works hang in many private and corporate collections throughout the world and are currently being marketed in Australia, Germany, Japan, England, Canada and the United States.

You can contact Carl Shinkaruk directly through email.
Or see more of his incrediable artwork on his website.

Linda Stewart
Canadian Western Bronze Artist Linda Stewart
In the summer of 1999, The Calgary Stampede set out to find a sculptor to create a monument that would add the finishing touches to the new 30 million dollar expansion of their Trade Show & Convention facility known as the Roundup Center.

Linda Stewart was selected from among 40 artists and commissioned to create a sculpture that would portray the ranching tradition of Alberta. The Life-size bronze sculpture depicts a typical ranching scene. The casting was completed June 5, 2000 by Bronzart Casting of Calgary.

The Sculpture is aptly named "ROUNDUP" and it now stands at the front entryway to the new Roundup Center on the grounds of the Calgary Stampede.

You can contact Linda Stewart directly through email.
Or see more of her Bronze Sculptures on her website.

Doug Welykholowa
Canadian Western Artist Doug Welykholowa
Doug was born in Kamsack, Saskatchewan, in 1948. After graduating from the University of Saskatchewan, he joined the Canadian Army as an Artillery Officer. Throughout his Army career, he had the opportunity to travel extensively in Europe, the USA and across Canada.
Doug is a self-taught artist who has been painting watercolors as an amateur since 1978, and professionally since 2002. He is also an accomplished computer graphic artist, with extensive experience in desktop publishing and fine art printing. Doug's prairie upbringing has been the major influence in his art, which concentrates on rural landscapes, old buildings and derelict machinery. He also paints dog portraits in watercolor. In his paintings he strives to capture a sense of his own feelings, experiences and appreciation for the beauty, color and texture of the landscape and the artifacts of prairie life.

Darryl Willison
Western Artist Darryl Willison
This young artist's work of the vivid and whimsical west will take you back to the days of yesteryear of wild west heroes, villains, and the country side they roamed! Darryl has recreated in his own unique style a part of American history he feels is an essential part of our culture.

His fiery colors and sometimes humorous approaches to his subject matter remind us of the vintage days of Hollywood when Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Rex Allen and Tom Mix rode the open plains in search of truth, justice and the occasional buffalo! Darryl feels that the silver screen cowboy gave people a "real" hero to look up to, and were a fascination to the world.

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