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Let the shows begin.

So many things are happening this month. The Russell Auction, The March in Montana Auction, The Briscoe Night of Artists...oh yeah, and my wife’s birthday is in there, too. Shall we celebrate her birthday with an 8 hour road trip with five kids, yes, I think we shall. 

The Russell

I will have two paintings available at The Russell Auction, but the real fun starts before the auction even begin. On Thursday, March 21st the artists and art fans gather together to enjoy the artwork at The Art Preview Party hosted by the museum. Then, on Friday morning, I've been asked by the museum to participate again in their Art in Action Event. From their website:

Art in Action™
Meadow Lark Country Club,
Friday, March 22nd 10 a.m.–2 p.m.

 

An exciting variation of a traditional “quick draw,” this event gives nationally known artists several hours to finish a piece of art while interacting with guests. The event culminates in a live auction of the completed works of art, with 100 percent of the proceeds donated to the museum by the participating artists. 

Here's a picture of me at Art in Action in 2018 trying to remain cool, calm and collected while I'm freaking out inside because a couple of hours is NOT enough time to complete a painting! I'm seriously honored they chose me to be part of the group that gets to do these painting demos. Blessed to be asked to do it again this year.
This can't be good for my stress levels, though. *breathe in, breathe out, breathe in, breathe out*

First Strike

Speaking of stress, the auctions start Friday night. Sacred Symbols: Skulls & Sage will be up for auction on the night of Friday March, 22nd, at the First Strike. In this painting, the young girl standing holds a buffalo skull. Buffalo were revered and were particularly important to Native Americans for many reasons, including their use as food, blankets, clothing and shelters. The young woman sitting burns sage which is a ceremonial tradition that natives have done for centuries. It signifies cleansing, whether it be cleansing of a living space or negative energy or a variety of other reasons.

If you're interested in bidding on this painting, there are lots of ways to do that, and you don't even have to travel to Montana (although, despite the frigid temperatures, it's totally worth it to be there in real life) Just click the button below for all the information.

Skulls & Sage Bidding
A Storm on the Horizon (above) is the latest in my series of paintings of women that could kick your *ss, haha. It will be up for grabs on Saturday night at The Russell. It's always a very lively, entertaining event. I almost had a heart attack at last year's auction. Not only did I survive, (thank goodness) but I also met new lifelong friends.

If you're interesting in bidding on this piece from home, I have all the information on my website just click the button below.
Storm on the Horizon Bidding
The March in Montana Auction
Undaunted will be up for auction in Great Falls at noon on Saturday, the 23rd. This is a cool one that uses realism to increase the focus on the face and then becomes abstract right at the hair and shoulders.

Lots of ways to bid on this one, too. In person (with me sweating it out nervously) at the Elk's Lodge in Great Falls, or they have a cool website where you can bid right now or as the auction is taking place. For all the ways to bid, click here.
Bid on Undaunted
The Briscoe Night of Artists

Night of Artists Auction

This will be my first time at the Briscoe Museum's Night of Artists. My painting, Beauty of the Desert (above) will be available at their auction. This is one of my favorite paintings and I was so happy to hear that it is also my very first piece of work to make it as a cover of a national western magazine! Thank you, Southwest Art Magazine, for that distinct pleasure!

I will be traveling to San Antonio for this show so, if you’re in the area, come say hello! If you can't make it to Texas, you can bid on this painting from the comfort of your own home, too.
Bid on Beauty of the Desert
The Night of Artists will also have two of my paintings at their show that will be for sale by draw instead of by auction. These two paintings will only be available for sale to those in attendance. If you'd like to get tickets for this show, I think they still have a few available.
Get tickets

My Mother, My Shelter (above) &
The Storyteller’s Daughter (below)

will both only be available for purchase if you're at the NOA show in San Antonio in person. My Mother, My Shelter is a touching piece that shows the bond between mother & daughter. My models for this piece are actually mother & daughter and you can feel that bond when you look at the painting. In The Storyteller's Daughter, I feel like she’s listening in on a story that she has already heard many times before. Her favorite part of the story is coming up and she’s interested to see how the new audience will react.

If you’re in Montana or Texas this month, I’d love to meet you. If not, join me on Facebook or Instagram so we can stay in touch. If you made it all the way through this long email, kudos to you

Talk to you soon,
Jeremy

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