Wyoming Artist Group
Western Art by
1802 US Highway 14 E
Shell, Wyoming 82441
Western Art by Wyoming Artists
Many talented western and native wildlife artists live, work or play in the Bighorn Basin of Wyoming. We invite you to visit each of our featured artistís web page to view his or her collection of Western Art by Wyoming Artists. We will be adding other selected Western Artists and their offerings to the Wyoming Artists Group website. Make this site one of your favorites and visit it often for updates.
Ann Hanson - Shell Valley has its share of talented artists, including one of the horse loverís favorite artists, Ann Hanson. Annís original art is on display in many exquisite settings, including private homes and lodges across the nation and overseas, as well as in the prestigious Buffalo Bill Historical Center Museum in Cody, Wyoming. Her work appears regularly in such notable publications as Western Horseman, Art of the West, and other well-known publications. Click here to visit Annís personal website and see for yourself why her works are prized by horse lovers.
Michael Kopriva - Wyoming native Mike Kopriva has consistently won many competitions for his work in acrylic and watercolor painting, stone sculpture, and metal sculpture. A few of his more notable commissions include an acrylic 8' x 22' mural depicting scenes from Wyoming at the Wyoming State Capitol in Cheyenne, a 4' x 20' steel mural placed in the Rockville, MD Department of Transportation illustrating the history of transportation, and a 12" x 20" acrylic painting of the USS Wyoming Trident submarine commissioned as a gift for the officers.
Recent works include a beautiful 60 inch brazed steel and copper wall relief of a Big Horn Mountain meadow, commissioned in 2012 by a private party.
Mike's works can be found in local, national, and international corporate and private collections. Click here to visit Mikeís webpage and see for yourself why his works are so much in demand.
Ainsley McNeely -
A native of Alabama, Ainsley McNeely, first came to the
Wyoming/Montana area to paint in the 1990ís and liked it so much she bought
property and began designing a new studio. She is known to the public for the
colorful posters she designed for the Alabama Department of Economic and
Community Affairs and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, as well as the
2001-2002 Alabama Duck Stamp. Ainsleyís wildlife paintings, sporting art and
portraits appear in galleries, shows and competitions throughout the
Allyson Shoun Ė The only child of artist parents, Allyson's appreciation for art began at an early age. Allyson began exhibiting in galleries and working on commissioned artwork as a student at Ft. Lewis College in Durango, Colorado. Today, Allyson, her husband, Jerry and their two daughters Emma and Samantha live in Arvada, Colorado and on their cattle ranch in Meriden, Wyoming.
Allysonís charcoal, pencil and pastel drawings and portraits have appeared in many galleries and shows over the years and are displayed in private collections nationally. Her most recent gallery appearances include the Visions West Art Show at the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colorado and The Western Spirit Art Show in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Allyson is most known to the public by drawings appearing on the covers of the Fence Postís 2010 ďBreederís ConnectionĒ and on the cover of the American Simmental Associationís 2010 Sire Source. Click here to visit her webpage and see her art works.
For further information, contact:
1802 US Highway 14 E
Shell, WY 82441
Phone: (307) 765-2259
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