It's safe to assume that painter Tracy Stuckey isn't rushing out to buy Ralph Lauren's latest collection. In an interpretation of what historian Michael Johnson calls the “Ralphlaurenization” of the American West, Stuckey satirically examines how outsiders perceive the West: a world of cowboys, guns, and livestock. Juxt
Embrace the wintry weather with seasonal works from local artists. Abstract winter landscapes by Theodore Waddell, striking bear portraits by Robert McCauley, and spiritual paintings by Rocky Hawkins are sure to leave you feeling the holiday spirit. Tue-Sat 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Robert McCauley's work focuses on the roles of animals and humans in nature. Although his paintings evoke humor—a grinning moose carrying squirrels and tin cans in its antlers, for example—they also ruminate on serious environmental themes. Mon-Sat 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
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