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The August artist invitational will culminate with a Hot August Night on Aug. 23 at 6:30 pm. This exclusive after-hours reception will have free admission, paid for by the Docent Council. Museum visitors will still have until Aug. 30 to view the pieces.

Artists featured in the initial show include:

Jd Challenger:  Challenger’s paintings tell the stories of the Native American people through oils, watercolor, acrylics, and mixed media. His work is offered in many of the finest galleries throughout the west.

Nancy Glazier:  Glazier is known as one of the premier wildlife artists in the world. Her highly sought-after work is rarely available on the secondary art market, but her famous works can be obtained in high quality prints.

Gig Depio: Depio’s mural depicting the history of Moapa Valley was selected for placement in the Overton Community Center, where is currently is available for view by calling the center office. With his recent European exhibitions complete, he is an extraordinarily active artist in the Nevada and California art scene.

Janet Trobough: A Northwest transplant, Trobough has been a Nevada artist for two decades. She is noted for her colorful Native American mixed media paintings and strong Southwest motifs. Her highly collected work has been shown throughout the Southwest and is currently available in galleries in U

Janet Trobough: A Northwest transplant, Trobough has been a Nevada artist for two decades. She is noted for her colorful Native American mixed media paintings and strong Southwest motifs. Her highly collected work has been shown throughout the Southwest and is currently available in galleries in Utah and Nevada.

Max Bunnell: Bunnell is an artistic icon of the Southwest Region. Over 30 years of teaching at both high school and college level, thousands of his students have learned to paint and appreciate art.  His highly collectable work graces the walls of homes, offices, and businesses throughout the southwest states.

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08/23/2019 18:30:0008/23/2019 20:30:00America/Los_AngelesHot & Dusty Artist ReceptionThe August artist invitational will culminate with a Hot August Night on Aug. 23 at 6:30 pm. This exclusive after-hours reception will have free admission, paid for by the Docent Council. Museum visitors will still have until Aug. 30 to view the pieces. Artists featured in the initial show include: Jd Challenger:  Challenger’s paintings tell the stories of the Native American people through oils, watercolor, acrylics, and mixed media. His work is offered in many of the finest galleries throughout the west. Nancy Glazier:  Glazier is known as one of the premier wildlife artists in the world. Her highly sought-after work is rarely available on the secondary art market, but her famous works can be obtained in high quality prints. Gig Depio: Depio’s mural depicting the history of Moapa Valley was selected for placement in the Overton Community Center, where is currently is available for view by calling the center office. With his recent European exhibitions complete, he is an extraordinarily active artist in the Nevada and California art scene. Janet Trobough: A Northwest transplant, Trobough has been a Nevada artist for two decades. She is noted for her colorful Native American mixed media paintings and strong Southwest motifs. Her highly collected work has been shown throughout the Southwest and is currently available in galleries in U Janet Trobough: A Northwest transplant, Trobough has been a Nevada artist for two decades. She is noted for her colorful Native American mixed media paintings and strong Southwest motifs. Her highly collected work has been shown throughout the Southwest and is currently available in galleries in Utah and Nevada. Max Bunnell: Bunnell is an artistic icon of the Southwest Region. Over 30 years of teaching at both high school and college level, thousands of his students have learned to paint and appreciate art.  His highly collectable work graces the walls of homes, offices, and businesses throughout the southwest states.Reno, NV
Event StartsEvent Ends
08/23/201908/23/2019
All Day Event
6:30pm8:30pm