Loren has been invited to this years 'Masters of the American West' sale and exhibition. This show is held each year at The Autry museum in Los Angeles California. The sale will take place on January 31 and the exhibit will hang until March 8th.
Loren's comprehensive show is shown below:
We are pleased to announce Loren's upcoming workshop at the Carriage Factory Art Gallery in Newton, Kansas. This 2-day workshop will be on Saturday & Sunday, October 18th & 19th. The subject is "Painting Horses from Life". The cost is $100 per day and participants are welcome to choose one day of instruction if they are not able to attend both days. Loren is really excited about this workshop and says, "This should be a lot of fun and it should not be at all intimidating to any. Everyone should approach the experience with an open mind to learn and enjoy themselves in the creative process. We are not trying to create museum masterpieces but simply recording what light and color are showing us. It's as simple as that!"
Loren enjoys teaching all skill levels. He is pictured above with his 6 year old granddaughter painting on location. He adds further that "It will be fun and rewarding to all. Oh, I might add that, as with any of my workshops, any student who brings chocolate chip cookies for everybody gets an 'A' for the day."
For more information about this event contact the Carriage Factory Art Gallery directly at (316) 284-2749, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Loren was honored to show his work alongside many great artists at Prix de West 2014. He was also honored to be the recipient of the Express Ranches Great American Cowboy Award for "When the Work's All Done This Fall".
"Home From the Field" and "The Feed Team on Frosty Creek", below, are still available for purchase. The work will remain in the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City until August 3, 2014.
"The Feed Team on Frosty Creek", 30 x 48 inches, Oil on Canvas
The Online Catalog is now available for the Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, June 13-14, 2014. The Exhibition and Sale will continue through August 3, 2014. There will be four paintings by Loren at Prix de West this year, including "When The Work's All Done This Fall", below.
Over the last few months, we have been reminiscing over paintings from the past, relishing current works and dreaming about the future of Loren Entz Studio & Publishing. As a Family, we've teamed up to launch a collection of images that showcases the history of our Dad's artwork. We are so proud of our Dad and so thankful for all of the hard work and emotion that has been put onto each canvas over the years. This has driven us to share his work with others. Our appreciation for his life's work has inspired us to search high and low for paintings, drawings and photographs from the past. Not only do we want to bring new light to those images, but we want to share with you, Dad's stories and inspiration behind them. Our website is close to becoming a documentary of Dad's career, but we still have quite a bit that we want to share. Please check back often for updates!
With warm regards from Loren's daughters, Rebecca & Janene
Our work would not have been possible without the loving support of our husbands, Jeff & Dan.
Pictured above: Loren, Janene & Rebecca at Rosebud Lake, Montana, circa 1989