Cheyenne Frontier Days Art Show


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Bob Graham

Know among his friends as The Saltwater Cowboy, Bob Graham is an artist based in Charleston SC, whose love of the West knows no bounds. Over his two-and-half decade career, Graham has mastered art through his emotionally expressive paintings and drawings. “My goal is to tell a story to evoke an emotion; I feel art is a journey whose elusive goal is to communicate beauty that the Creator has placed before us.” The words “Search for Truth” resonate for Graham because “when one searches for Truth…the end of self…is often the beginning of Grace.”

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Bruce Graham

Born in 1961 in New York City, my connection to the West began in my youth with visits to Cody, Wyoming, where my grandfather had owned the famous Two Dot Ranch. Family stories of cowboy life, as well as contact with my grandfather’s collection of significant western art, made a lasting impression on me. I now paint images of the West from my studio in Buffalo, Wyoming. Unified by light and color, my work hangs in private and museum collections throughout the United States and abroad.

The painting “Wet Feet” captures the first time through the creek for this horse. He made quite a show of it.

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Lindsey Bittner Graham

Originally from Louisville, KY, I developed an early love for horses and a passion for drawing. However, my love for the west flourished when my family moved to Colorado. After obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art from Colorado State University, I went on to pursue an 18-year career as a fashion illustrator. My intent and challenge as an oil painter is to immerse the viewer into the atmosphere of my paintings by using loose, energetic, and impressionistic brushwork.

I have received prestigious awards from the Oil Painters of America, the American Impressionist Society, Women Artists of the West, and the American Academy of Equine Art. I am thrilled to be a featured artist in the newly released book by E. Ashley Rooney entitled “Painted Sky, 106 Artists of the Rocky Mountain West”.

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Margaret Graziano

My mother nurtured my leanings toward art, always making sure this was part of my curriculum in the many schools I attended in Butte, MT and southern California. At 16 I moved to Italy, spending the next five years studying the fine arts in an Old World discipline: drawing, painting, sculpting and architecture.
The driving force behind my entire creative life has been to reflect the world around me and the beautiful people I have encountered.  I work in both oil and bronze; my subjects are landscapes, figurative works, floral still life paintings, and especially dear to me, candid moments of Native American lives.

My work has been represented by several galleries throughout the West as well as the following art shows:   The CM Russell Art Show, Western Masters Art Show, Out West Art Show, Oil Painters of America, Women Artists of the West, The Calgary Stampede Art Show, The Montana Professional Artists Assoc and the Spokane Valley Art Council Art Show.


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Sheri Greves-Neilson

Art is about capturing small moments in time. At least that is my focus. Loving animals like I do, painting them is a great joy. Constantly improving is my never-ending goal. I have been an artist for more than 30 years and the subject matter has always been animals. More recently, I have been focusing on wild animals as well as domestic; as a farmer, there are plenty of opportunities to see both. We have horses, donkeys, and chickens at our place in California.

I am an associate member of the AWS, NWS and SAA. I work in oil, watercolor and graphite.