May 27 – June 30, 2022
New Western Talent is the premier juried online exhibition highlighting up-and-coming 2-D artists focusing on landscape, cowboy, Native and wildlife subjects, represented in styles varying from abstract to photorealistic and classic to contemporary. Artists are juried on a three-piece body of work.
Clayton Beavers, Sara Bloodwolf, Rachel Brownlee, Bailey Burton, Liz Chappie-Zoller, Vanessa Compton, Nancye Culbreath, Denise Deleo, Emily Ann Dutkiewicz, Sarah Tepler Drobnitch, Shan Fannin, Tad Greenwald, Terrie L. Hall, J.R. Hess, Tiffany Huff, Ludmil Iliev, Jeffrey Jenney, Karen M. Kelly, Tammy J. Liu-Haller, James Loveless Jr., Drew Macias, Taylor Manoles, Tim McMeans, Timothy Mietty, Andrea Morgan, Chloe McKay Nostrant, Joe A. Oakes, Arturo Padilla, Greg Piazza, GL Richardson, Kim Roberts, Zelna le Roux, Ian Blackhall Scott, Jason Stella, Gina Teichert, Seth Tummins, Ioana Villatoro, Ryan T. Wise, Kirstyn Wright
Best in Show: Sara Bloodwolf
Best in Category Awards
Digital Media: No award this year
Drawing: Tammy J. Liu-Haller
Painting: Timothy Mietty
Photography: Denise Deleo
Mixed-Media/Collage: Tim McMeans
Director’s Choice Award: TBA
Artists’ Choice Award: TBD
Public’s Choice Award: TBD – Cast Your Vote Now
Ash Loveless is the Gallery Director at Parsons of the West in Taos, located in the former studio and home of Victor Higgins, and representing a large selection of pieces by “living masters” such as Roseta Santiago, Mark Maggiorri and John Moyers.
Christina Voros is a top-tier director and cinematographer, most recently known for her beautiful work on the smash-hit western TV series Yellowstone and its artful prequel series, 1883.