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Aug 13, 2019

The barns of the West are as unique as each rancher’s fingerprint who built them, and are a mark of history in modern day. These paintings and photographs by Terry Gardner, Simon Winegar, Sean Wallis, Peter Campbell, Sandra Lee Kaplan pay homage to the rich architectural and cultural tradition represented by these venerable buildings, and are a snapshot of the Barn collection available at Ann Korologos Gallery in Basalt.

Simon Winegar - Replacement Parts
Simon Winegar, “Replacement Parts,” Oil on Panel, 24 x 24 in

“Every person built his own barn, and it bears the mark of his personality. The variety of the barns reflects how unique we all are.”

Simon Winegar
Simon Winegar - The Largest Moose Around
Simon Winegar, “The Largest Moose Around,” Oil on Panel, 30 x 40 in
Simon Winegar - Layton Farmstead
Peter Campbell, Layton Farmstead, Oil on Panel, 12 x 16 in
Peter Campbell - The Neighbor's Barn
Peter Campbell, The Neighbor’s Barn, Oil on Panel, 12 x 16 in
Peter Campbell - White House
Peter Campbell, White House, Oil on Canvas, 12 x 12 in
Peter Campbell - The Pond
Peter Campbell, The Pond, Oil on Canvas, 12 x 12 in
Sean Wallis - Still Standing
Sean Wallis, “Still Standing,” oil on board, 14 x 18 inches
Simon Winegar - Two Pitches
Simon Winegar, “Two Pitches,” Oil on Canvas, 16 x 20 in
Sandra Lee Kaplan - Red Barn
Sandra Lee Kaplan, “Red Barn,” Print on Handmade Paper, 15 x 30 in
Simon Winegar, “#35 Nebraska,” Oil on Panel, 30 x 40 in

For more information about these artists or works, please call us at 970.927.9668, email art@korologosgallery.com, or visit us at 211 Midland Avenue in Basalt, Colorado.

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  • Contemporary Western Art
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  • Sandra Lee Kaplan
  • Sean Wallis
  • Simon Winegar
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