Dustin Van Wechel: Narratives in Nature
September 1 - 30, Open House: September 17, 5-7pm
Jackson, Wyoming
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Dustin Van Wechel
A Morning Jog

oil on linen board
24 x 36 in
(60.96h x 91.44w cm)
SOLD

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Dustin Van Wechel
Buffalo Xing

oil on linen
60 x 48 in
(152.4h x 121.92w cm)
SOLD

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Dustin Van Wechel
Rock Jockies

oil on panel
24 x 48 in
(60.96h x 121.92w cm)
SOLD

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Dustin Van Wechel
Dinner Guests

oil on linen board
12 x 16 in
(30.48h x 40.64w cm)
SOLD

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Dustin Van Wechel
Scenic Views

oil on linen
14 x 11 in
(35.56h x 27.94w cm)
SOLD

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Dustin Van Wechel
Summer's Last Stand

oil on linen
18 x 24 in
(45.72h x 60.96w cm)
SOLD

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Dustin Van Wechel
The Hunter

oil on panel
14 x 11 in
(35.56h x 27.94w cm)
SOLD

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Dustin Van Wechel
Holding Fast

oil on panel
30 x 24 in
(76.2h x 60.96w cm)
SOLD

Press release

Trailside Galleries is pleased to present “Narratives In Nature,” a show of all new works by artist Dustin Van Wechel. The show will be on exhibit from September 1-30.  Due to high collector demand, all works will be sold via a fixed price draw on Friday, September 17 during the artist reception.

The new collection of paintings will consist of original oils inspired by Van Wechel’s travels through the Rocky Mountains.  Focusing primarily on large North American mammals, the paintings will all be narrative in nature, conveying the stories of the landscape and wildlife of the region.

Van Wechel notes, "With this new body of work, I focused on achieving two goals; first, I created the paintings to be heavily narrative — each painting telling a unique story, filtered through my own personal lens, of the wildlife and landscapes of the Rocky Mountain west. And second, I wanted the paintings to be intimate, presenting the viewer with a portrayal of the subject matter and ideas in each painting that they could, in some capacity, connect with emotionally. I hope people viewing my newest paintings enjoy them as much as I did creating them.

Influenced by such iconic wildlife artists as Carl Rungius, Bob Kuhn, Tucker Smith and Ken Carlson, it is clear Van Wechel has a very thorough understanding of his subject matter in addition to excellent drawing skills, bold, painterly brushwork and a strong sense of design.

Since 1963, Trailside Galleries of Jackson, Wyoming and Scottsdale, Arizona has been regarded as one of the pre-eminent dealers in American representational art, specializing in a rich and varied collection of works by the leading western, wildlife, figurative, impressionist, and landscape artists in the country. The artist roster includes members of the Cowboy Artists of America, National Academy of Design, Oil Painters of America, Plein-Air Painters of America, Prix De West, Society of Animal Artists, National Sculpture Society and Masters of the American West.


Please contact Kimberly C. Fletcher, Marketing & Communications Director at 307.200.1622 or via email media@trailsidegalleries.com for further information and images. 

 

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