Cheyenne Frontier Days Art Show


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Paul Waldum

“Rural Wyoming” was created from numerable trips traveling across Wyoming, gathering information connected to the West.

My paintings appear regularly at The Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale, Cody Wyoming; in 2012 I received the $10,000 Wells Fargo Gold Award. Other shows include, The Brinton Museum, Big Horn, Wyoming; The Russell: An Exhibition and Sale to Benefit the CM Russell Museum, Great Falls, MT. In 2014, I created and donated a painting for the Wyoming House Chambers and received a joint resolution signed by all congressional leaders recognizing my artistic contributions.

For more information, please visit my website:

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Don Weller

“Takin’ Aim” resulted from a trip to a branding at Big Creek Ranch in Wyoming a while ago. My interest in cowboys has been lifelong, thanks to a childhood with Westerns, Will James books, roping in high school, college rodeos, and cutting horses today. My paintings are somewhere between realism and impressionism. While composition and value are what make a good painting, subject and color get most of the credit. Last year’s honors include People’s Choice Award at the Windows to the West, and the Phippen Museum’s Hold Your Horses People’s Choice. I was also the featured artist at the Cattlemen’s Art Show and had a one-man show at the Kimball in Park City, Utah.

I am represented by several galleries and my web address is

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Matt Wolf

I’m driven by a passion to honor the beauty of the Native American people and the world they live in.  My fascination for America’s indigenous people became fully realized after moving from Michigan to Utah’s Wasatch mountains in the early 1990’s. Inspired by the amazing beauty of the western sky, coupled with pride of the Native American culture, my aim is to evoke a distinctive sense of atmosphere in each painting. My goal as an artist is to remind people that we live in a place of great beauty, peace and harmony. My art is in private and corporate collections from Seattle to New York; it continues to gain momentum in the Mountain West as I exhibit in art shows and galleries on a regular basis.

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Sarah Woods

I was lucky enough to grow up in Laramie, Wyoming, where I acquired my love of wide open spaces and the wildlife that inhabit them, while camping and backpacking. For the past 26-years I have lived in the shadows of the Sanger de Cristo mountains of southern Colorado. My goal is that my paintings remind people of an unforgettable experience viewing wildlife that stays with them forever. I have participated in Birds in Art, Jackson Hole Art Auction, National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Western Visions, and most recently, Timeless Legacy, to name a few. I am most proud of my 30 years with Trailside Galleries and 11 with Broadmoor Galleries.