CURRENT EXHIBITS

Billy Schenck

The Pop Maverick November 27, 2018 - April 21, 2019 Art of the West Reception on January 30, 2019 6-9 p.m. One of the originators of the Western pop art movement, Billy Schenck incorporates techniques from photorealism with a pop art sensibility to both exalt and poke fun at images of the West. Schenck is known for utilizing cinematic imagery in his work. Billy Schenck’s serigraph collection has a special process and history all its own. Unlike a giclee or other digital printing process, a serigraph is a hand pulled art procedure requiring a skilled artist and press. Each image is limited to a numbered edition. A genuine cowboy himself, Schenck is a ranch-sorting world champion and the proprietor of the Double Standard Ranch in Santa Fe, New Mexico, his home for the past two decades.

Myles Crouch

November 20, 2018 - February 10, 2019

Reception January 30, 2019 6 - 9 p.m. From the beginning, Myles was exposed to art in all forms. His mother, Native American Contemporary painter Micqaela Jones, would take Myles as well as his brothers to events and art shows all around the country. From an early age, Myles showed a love for drawing. His mother and father encouraged him to express himself through his art. With a keen interest in “Ledger Art” a unique form of Native American Storytelling, Myles has begun to develop a distinct style all his own, telling stories on antique paper about hunting, fishing, horses, Cowboys, Native American dance and culture. His works on paper reflect a modern and youthful vision of a colorful and unique world as seen through his eyes. Myles began showing his work three years ago in both Santa Fe and Montana and is very excited to have a feature exhibition of his work in his home town of Elko, Nevada.

CURRENT EXHIBITS

Billy Schenck

The Pop Maverick November 27, 2018 - April 21, 2019 Art of the West Reception on January 30, 2019 6-9 p.m. One of the originators of the Western pop art movement, Billy Schenck incorporates techniques from photorealism with a pop art sensibility to both exalt and poke fun at images of the West. Schenck is known for utilizing cinematic imagery in his work. Billy Schenck’s serigraph collection has a special process and history all its own. Unlike a giclee or other digital printing process, a serigraph is a hand pulled art procedure requiring a skilled artist and press. Each image is limited to a numbered edition. A genuine cowboy himself, Schenck is a ranch- sorting world champion and the proprietor of the Double Standard Ranch in Santa Fe, New Mexico, his home for the past two decades.

Myles Crouch

November 20, 2018 - February 10, 2019

Reception January 30, 2019 6 - 9 p.m. From the beginning, Myles was exposed to art in all forms. His mother, Native American Contemporary painter Micqaela Jones, would take Myles as well as his brothers to events and art shows all around the country. From an early age, Myles showed a love for drawing. His mother and father encouraged him to express himself through his art. With a keen interest in “Ledger Art” a unique form of Native American Storytelling, Myles has begun to develop a distinct style all his own, telling stories on antique paper about hunting, fishing, horses, Cowboys, Native American dance and culture. His works on paper reflect a modern and youthful vision of a colorful and unique world as seen through his eyes. Myles began showing his work three years ago in both Santa Fe and Montana and is very excited to have a feature exhibition of his work in his home town of Elko, Nevada.

NORTHEASTERN NEVADA  MUSEUM
NORTHEASTERN NEVADA  MUSEUM