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Strawberry Jam

by Morgan Weistling

“I have loved jam on bread since I was a kid,” says artist Morgan Weistling.“ I used to watch reruns of The Little Rascals and there was a character on the show that was always eating a big, thick piece of bread with loads of jam on it. My model, Emily, is a very quiet and neat little girl. When I first directed her to let some jam drip on her hands and on the table she could barely make herself do it. But after a while, she really got the hang of it. Before we were done, Emily had consumed half the jar.” The masterful art of Morgan Weistling has touched the lives and hearts of many. This June, Weistling brought home his second Prix de West Purchase Award from the 2008 Prix de West Exhibition at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.

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Indian Stories
by Morgan Weistling

This past June, to the surprise of absolutely no one with their finger on the pulse of the art world, Morgan Weistling’s Indian Stories was announced as the winner of the 2008 Prix de West Purchase Award. Of the painting Weistling said, “I wanted to capture the tradition of storytelling on canvas and worked on the idea for several years.The painting began with the idea of a grandfather telling stories of his adventures on the Oregon Trail. His grandchildren become completely absorbed by his tale of how he was befriended by the Blackfoot Indians and their gift of the pipe. While we can imagine that this is not the first time their grandmother has heard the story, her delight is in the children’s reactions.” Like The Quilting Bee, 19th Century Americana, which took another of the Western art world’s highest
honors, Indian Stories is destined itself to become a cherished part of American art history.

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The First Dance, 1884 Americana

by Morgan Weistling
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