Another great Prix de West Highlight blog with Prix de West Highlights: Whiskers. Thinking of letting my mustache grow out even more now. Father’s Day is this weekend. Do you think you could put together a Father’s Day-themed blog? If you want to include my email at the top, it’s fine. It’s fine. Do your thing.
-Seth “from Marketing”
I have some great ideas for Father’s Day gift picks!
Do you have a hard-to-buy for father? Don’t worry Prix de West has got you covered! There’s something for every dad in the exhibition.
You could get your dad a Membership to the Museum and visit the Museum all year long and experience all the great exhibitions that are coming up. Your dad can also check out the barbed wire collection, the hats, spurs, Prosperity Junction and Liichokoshkomo!
Send dad on a luxurious cruise! Christopher Blossom’s “HMS Blossom in Pacific Waters, 1827” is now boarding. Looks relaxing. Lol!
Dad’s love leather. Swing into your local “Old Timer’s Elk Camp” like the one by Ralph Oberg and pick up some leather goods or trendy fashions. Lol!
Take dad to a rodeo. Enjoy the sights, sounds and excitement of bronco busting, bulldogging and more! Experience moments like in Jason Rich’s “Soaring.”
You know I’m a huge fan of a good mug. What dad isn’t? Here’s one in David A. Leffel’s “Mexican Ceramic with Red Lanterns.”
Just swing by the Museum Store in person or online for some great Father’s Day gift ideas like this year’s Prix de West Catalog and the 2021 Collector’s Bolo by Dan Ostermiller. Grab your dad a mug or find him a collectible bolo that he missed from Prix de West’s past.
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The 49th Annual Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition & Sale will be on exhibit until August 8, with sale weekend events happening June 25 – 26. Proxy services for the fixed-price sale and live auction will be available as soon as the exhibition opens until the night of the sale on June 26.
The exhibiting artists bring a diversity of styles to this significant art exhibition and sale. Works range from historical pieces that reflect the early days of the West, to more contemporary and impressionistic works of art. Landscapes, wildlife, and illustrative scenes are always highlighted in the exhibition.