March 25th, 2017

Jerry Jordan in Western Art and Architecture

Congratulations to Jerry Jordan on his feature in the latest Western Art and Architecture. The article is wonderfully written by Gussie Fauntelroy, and gives great insight into Jerry Jordan's painting practice.



Click here to read his article!


Jerry Jordan in Western Art and Architecture






September 28th, 2016

Jerry Jordan at the Eiteljorg Museum

Congratulations to Jerry Jordan on his sell out show at the prestigious, Eiteljorg Museum's, Quest For The West, annual show, in Indianapolis, Indiana ! 


All four Jordan works, created for the museum's 2016 show (displayed below), sold out during the first weekend. 


Every September, The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Arthosts 50 of the nation’s biggest names in Western Art. Quest For The West opened September 9th, 2016 and concludes on October 10th, 2016. 


The Eiteljorg Museum houses one of the nation’s finest and most extensive collections of Native American art, as well as Western American paintings. The Eiteljorg collects and preserves exceptional Western art, Native American art and cultural objects. Eiteljorg Collections include: Georgia O’Keefe, N.C. Wyeth, T.C. Cannon, Andy Warhol and Charles Russel. The museum’s contemporary native arts collection is ranked among the world’s best.


Renowned programs such as The Indian Market & Festival, Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship and their renowned annual, *Quest For the West Art Show and Sale, helped cultivate a national reputation as a premier museum and cultural institution.


🏁Congratulations to Jerry Jordan and to The Eiteljorg Museum on one very exceptional and successful Quest For The West 2016.

June 15th, 2016

Kim Wiggins Featured in International Artist Magazine

Kim Wiggins is featured in the most recent International Artist magazine!  This excellent 12 page article includes fascinating information about Kim's history and his painting process.  Also included are great shots of Kim's studio and in-process paintings.

Click here to view the article.


December 29th, 2015

Roger Rossi Visiting the Old Holland Factory and Cruising on the Rhine

Manitou painter Roger Rossi recently cruised down the Rhine River with his fellow Salmagundi Club painters.  A highlight of the trip was a tour of the world famous Old Holland paint factory.  Read below to learn more about Old Holland and see pictures from Roger's tour.  We're excited to see Roger's upcoming paintings!

The history of Old Holland Classic Colours goes back to the seventeenth century, the golden age of the Dutch masters. In this era, the training of painters was organised under the guild system. The painters' guilds were called Saint Lucas Guilds, after their patron saint Lucas. Traditional knowledge and skills in the area of the manufacture of paint were passed on from generation to generation in these guilds. In the guild, the master taught the mate and the apprentice. The apprentice learned to rub the pigments with the binders, the mate learned to mix the colours and make underpaintings. Once the mate was deemed to be skilled enough, he in turn became a master, started his own studio and gained standing.

Around 1664, a Saint Lucas guild in The Hague started the preparations for the establishment of 'Pictura Brotherhood of Painters and its Academy for the Visual Arts of The Hague' (1682-1882). An association of master painters which organised art reviews and where artists drew from dressed models: the first academy. The correct manufacture of paints formed an important part of the education. The Pictura Brotherhood of Painters remained in existence until the nineteenth century.

March 24th, 2015

Tim Prythero at Albuquerque Museum

Congratulations to Manitou artist, Tim Prythero! Tim's sculpture, Starky's Trading Post, will be included in the Albuquerque Museum's exhibition, Visualizing Albuquerque.

"Starky's Trading Post reminds us of a tourist trap during the Great Depression , This tromp l' oeill sculpture does fool the viewers eye through painterly illusions of dents, rust, trash and decay. The broken screen doors, deteriorating stucco and faux artifacts in the yard remind us nothing is permanent, except our nostalgia for the past . Tim Prythero captures Albuquerque longing for better times in his detailed observations of disintegrating landmarks. He confirms that abandonment occurs at the end of a business cycle by focusing on faded memories from a seemly prosperous past."

Joseph Traugott - Curator, Albuquerque Museum

March 22nd, 2015

Bob and Charla Interviewed in Western Art and Architecture

Collector's Eye: With two galleries, two auctions, one store and a museum to run, Bob and Charla Nelson are collector's to their core.

The bright notes of a mariachi band waft down Palace Avenue, past the New Mexico Museum of Art, it's Pueblo revival style architecture a blend of Pueblo and Spanish influence and the perfect compliment to the music. You can hear the guitarron and the brass horns all the way to the historic downtown plaza, drawing seekers every First Friday to Manitou Gallery. From a second story portal on the front of one of their Santa Fe galleries, the musicians bring brightness and joy to those who come for the art.

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