The Don B. Huntley Gallery

Selections from the Don B. Huntley Collection:

The Life & Terrain of the Wild West

Oct 17, 2022 to Feb 16, 2023

Location: Don B. Huntley University Art Gallery

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Selections from the Don B. Huntley Collection:   The Life & Terrain of the Wild West Don B. Huntley‘s passions include a collection of western art that he shares with the Cal Poly community. Over the years, Mr. Huntley has donated a number of oil paintings and sculpture that depict wildlife, or landscapes, and buckaroo art to the University. These, along with antique items included in his estate, constitute the Huntley Collection of Art of the West. Well-known artists in the collection include painters William S. Phillips, Bonnie Marris, Greg Beechum, and Ralph Oberg, and sculptor, Gerald Balciar. In this year’s iteration, new selections of artwork illustrate the theme of The Life & Terrain of the Wild West. These works selected reflect the creatures that live, traverse, subsist and survive in what we call the landscape of the wild, wild, west. Each animal group represents components of the delicate balance of their relationships between one another, and the vast, rugged landscape they inhabit.

The huntley gallery the life and terrain of the wild west

Gallery Photos

 

Image of the Huntley Gallery showing "The life and terrain of the wild West" text didactic and artworkInstallation View, Entrance of Gallery, Selections from the Don B. Huntley Collection: The Life & Terrain of the Wild West Exhibition, Oct 17, 2022 to Feb 16, 2023

 

Image of the Huntley Gallery showing "The life and terrain of the wild West" text didactic and artworkInstallation View, Entrance of Gallery, Selections from the Don B. Huntley Collection: The Life & Terrain of the Wild West Exhibition, Oct 17, 2022 to Feb 16, 2023

 

Image of the Huntley Gallery showing "The life and terrain of the wild West" text didactic and artworkInstallation View, Entrance of Gallery, Selections from the Don B. Huntley Collection: The Life & Terrain of the Wild West Exhibition, Oct 17, 2022 to Feb 16, 2023

 

Image of the Huntley Gallery showing "The life and terrain of the wild West" text didactic and artworkInstallation View, Entrance of Gallery, Selections from the Don B. Huntley Collection: The Life & Terrain of the Wild West Exhibition, Oct 17, 2022 to Feb 16, 2023

Exhibited Artwork
Artwork Listing
Follow the Leader

Gerald Balciar

Follow the Leader

Gerald Balciar

The Marauders

Greg Beechum

The Reds & Grays of November

Greg Beechum

Dressed in Gold

Bruce Cheever

Near the Old Bridge

Brent Cotton

Winter's Coming

Robert Duncan

Bridger Wilderness

Lanny Grant

Return of Spring

Lanny Grant

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Alaskan Sushi Bar

Bonnie Marris

Keep Away

Bonnie Marris

The Land Baron

Bonnie Marris

Sing Out

Bonnie Marris 

A Monsoon Sky at Dove Mt. Arizona

Tom Murray

On Higher Ground

Ralph Oberg

Above the Yukon (Caribou)

Ralph Oberg

The Grand Expedition

William S. Phillips

Before the Thunder

Kyle Sims

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Party Crashers

Kyle Sims

The Comings and Goings of Autumn

Kyle Sims

A Meeting in the Woods

Kyle Sims

Approaching Taos in Sun and Rain

Michael Stack

A Pika’s Paradise

Dustin Van Wechel

The Passersby

Dustin Van Wechel 

Make Way

Dustin Van Wechel

On the Edge of Night

David Yorke

Virtual Exhibtion Installation View, Entrance of Gallery, Selections from the Don B. Huntley Collection: The Life & Terrain of the Wild West Exhibition, Oct 17, 2022 to Feb 16, 2023

About the Virtual Exhibition

The Selections from the Don B. Huntley Collection: The Life & Terrain of the Wild West Virtual Exhibition is an online exhibiton. You will be able to navigate this virtual exhibition without downloading any files.

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Virtual exhibition Installation View, center of Gallery, Selections from the Don B. Huntley Collection: The Life & Terrain of the Wild West Exhibition, Oct 17, 2022 to Feb 16, 2023