Cowboy Not Cowboy: The Thin Red/Orange/Yellow/Green/Blue/Purple line Between Legend and Myth.
June 14th Through October 30th. Artist Reception June 25th, 2021.
Thank you Seth and Lisa @ The Booth Western Art Museum for a great virtual gallery walk-through!!
Here it is Folks !! Our first Museum Show and our first virtual opening 2020
Cheers to these crazy times!
Click on this link for the self-guided virtual gallery tour of Indians And Cowboys :
For further information and inquiries please contact Altamira Fine art Galleries:
We are very excited to announce: Opening Oct 22nd /2020 Until Feb 21st /2021
Indians And Cowboys: Redefined by Duke & Woodard.
Dukes western roots run five generations deep into the history of Colorado.
His unique blend of contemporary art styling and traditional western iconography has made him a favorite among fans and collectors of contemporary Western Art.
This is Dukes first Museum show, and it is a stunner! Featuring some first of a kind experimental pieces that gracefully depict today's West. Stay tuned for instructions on how to physically and virtually tour the exhibition
(below is a sneak peak).
Duke will be sharing the space with wonderful sculptor Greg Woodard.
INVASIVE SPLENDOR: A QUASI-INDIGENOUS DISPATCH FROM THE LOST TRAIL TO NOWHERE
A MONTH LONG SOLO EXHIBITION, DUKE'S FIRST ONE MAN SHOW IN DENVER IN ALMOST 10 YEARS!!
OPENING RECEPTION: JUN 25TH 2019 5:30 - 7:30PM
JUNE 25TH - JULY 6TH
Boots and Brushes: A Western Artist Roundup.
Colorado Governor's Residence Preservation Fund Benefit, Presenting Colorado's Finest Western Artists.
This video was created by the Governor's Residence Preservation Fund, featuring Duke Beardsley while creating the piece to be displayed at Governors Mansion for 2016 Auction.