Over the next few weeks, we will be highlighting some Prix de West 2020 art and artists on our blog. There’s so much to share and we don’t want you to miss a single piece of this fantastic Western art so keep checking back.
This week we’re going to share some art while it was still a work-in-progress before even making it into the Prix de West exhibition. Special thanks to those artists sharing their unfinished works.
Here’s Kang Cho’s “Old Friends.” Kang Cho was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea before moving to the United States at 16. This is his fourth year in Prix de West.
This is Joel R. Johnson’s “A Quiet Moment” transparent watercolor. Joel says, “this is actually the most important part of the creation process, the drawing. Its success adds greatly to the success of the painting.” This is his 3rd Prix de West.
Banovich’s “The Blue Darter-Cooper’s Hawk and Bobwhite Quail” is a great example of his iconic and dramatic wildlife portrayals. This is his 13th Prix de West.
This is Tim’s drawing of a… part of a horse, maybe? He is not showing in the 2020 Prix de West. Sorry, Tim.