Photos from Opening Day at Masters of the American West Show & Sale at The Autry Museum
The Couse Foundation Biennial Gala Fundraiser & Art Auction 2017
Saturday, June 10, 5pm
El Monte Sagrado Resort
317 Kit Carson Rd
IAIA Annual Scholarship Dinner and Auction - August 16th, 2017
La Fonda on the Plaza
100 E San Francisco St
Santa Fe NM 87501
Rocky Mountain Chefs Invitational - September 30, 2017
September 30, 2017
Carbon County Steakhouse
121 S. Broadway
Red Lodge, MT
Kevin Red Star is donating for the auction. The major fundraising event for the Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County. Supporting programs and activities that serve our community’s youth.
Sorrel Sky Gallery Workshop 2017
Thanks to everyone who participated in the Sorrel Sky Gallery Workshop “Learning the Acrylic Layering Technique From a Master with Kevin Red Star” in Santa Fe April 21 – 23! This 3-day workshop focused on layering with acrylics using tipis as the inspirational subject matter. Here are some photos…
Kevin Red Star Live Paint at Red Lodge, Montana
Photos by Kitty Leaken
Music by Quese IMC (feat. Casper)
Published on Aug 17, 2014
Kevin Red Star on His Color Palette at Buffalo Bill Center of the West
Native artist, Kevin Red Star, speaks about his choice of colors for the painting, Crow Indian Parade Rider, 1982, in the Whitney Western Art Museum’s permanent collection. For more information about the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, located in Cody, Wyoming, Published on Oct 8, 2014
The House Guest, Episode 1 Starring Kevin Red Star
Art in Embassies Features Kevin Red Star
Indigenous Fine Art Market Red Star Rising Star Live Paint Event 2014
Legendary artist Kevin Red Star and emerging artist George Alexander, designers of the 2014 IFAM merchandise collection, paint side by side. DJ Brian Frejo played music to accompany the live paint. Film by Jilann Spitzmiller and Charlotte Martinez.
Charlie Russell Auction - March 2014
400 13th Street North, Great Falls MT 59401
Tel: 406 727 8787
The Russell events include an educational component for the public through supporting activities and materials. This exhibition and sale offers the opportunity for thousands of individuals (including students) to view quality art created by a large and varied group of nationally known artists. It enables the Russell Museum to become a more financially stable institution better able to carry out its mission. More info…
Kevin Red Star's "Horse Shield" Official Logo of 28th Montana Cowboy Poetry - August 2013
Kevin Red Star will be a special guest at the Thursday evening kick-off BBQ and Open Mic. Show at The Eagles on August 15th. “Horse Shield” by world famous Montana artist, Kevin Red Star, has been selected by Montana Cowboy Poetry Gathering & Western Music Rendezvous as the official logo for this August’s 28th Gathering, produced in Lewistown, August 15-18.
“Horse Shield,” was selected as the 28th Gathering’s official logo in honor of Kevin Red Star and “the horse,” and the vital role the horse played in the early history of the Montana Territory and the west. “Horse Shield” will be featured on the 28th Cowboy Poetry Gathering’s 3-day pin pass, posters, advertisements and official program book. The art of Kevin Red Star will be available at the Gathering’s Poetry & Music store, open to the public throughout the event at The Eagles, the gathering’s day head-quarters.
UMFA Artist Talk: Kevin Red Star Bierstadt to Warhol: American Indians in the West - April 2013
Kevin Red Star, an American Indian painter featured in the Utah Museum of Fine Arts’ acclaimed exhibition Bierstadt to Warhol: American Indians in the West, will give an artist talk at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, April 18. The talk, free and open to the public, will be held in the Katherine W. and Ezekiel R. Dumke Jr. Auditorium in the UMFA’s Marcia and John Price Museum Building at the University of Utah.
For his UMFA talk, Red Star will discuss his development as an artist and the themes in his work. Tea Party, one of two of Red Star’s works included in the exhibition, captures the tensions surrounding acculturation. “Tea Party sheds timeworn clichés to depict a Crow man and woman seated at a dinner table having tea,” said Donna Poulton, PhD, UMFA’s curator of art of Utah and the West. “Prominently displayed on the wall behind them is a painting of two teepees, revealing the juxtaposition of two cultures, but also, perhaps, honoring Red Star’s Crow ancestors, who instead of living in government-issued cabins on the reservation, chose to occupy traditional teepees.”
"Masters of the American West" Exhibition and Sale - February to March 2013
About The Exhibition
The Autry National Center’s Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale is considered the country’s most important Western art show. Each year, more than 75 nationally recognized, contemporary Western artists challenge themselves to create and exhibit their very best work. Stylistically and thematically diverse, their works represent the extraordinary range of subject matter that contemporary, historic, and mythic Western experiences inspire.
Featured work by Kevin Red Star: “Mountain Crow Indian Horse Shield”
This shield represents a faction of the Crow Indians who reside in mountain foothills. They are thus referred to as the Mountain Crow – distinct from the River Crow, who live alongside river areas. Personalized, significant emblems include seven horses and stars. The traditional dream catcher is nestled among the feathers at center top. A common belief held that the web design of the dream catcher allows nightmares to pass through, while good dreams are caught in the web, sent floating down the feathers, and on to the sleeping person.
"Snapping Turtle" Wins!
Local renowned artist Kevin Red Star received the prestigious President’s Choice Williams Award for his painting, “Snapping Turtle”. Earlier this month Red Star was among 70 artists featured at the “Collectors’ Reserve: American art Exhibition and Sale” held at the Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art – Gilcrease Museum opened in Tulsa on May 3, 1949. Collector and oilman Thomas Gilcrease (1890-1962) created this private museum. His vast collection was subsequently deeded to the City of Tulsa in 1955. The museum’s more than 400,000-piece collection relates to the discovery, expansion, and settlement of North America, with special emphasis on the Western Frontier and Native American artifacts, culture and tradition.