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Divine Bovine

Wilde Meyer Gallery, 4142 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale
480-945-2323 | info@wildemeyer.com
 
Reception: October 22nd, 2015, 7-9 PM
Opening: October 1st, 2015, 7-9 PM
Closing: October 31st, 2015
 

Man’s interaction with the bovine species goes back eons. Appreciation for bovines dates back to cave paintings depicting wild bison for hunting, and in Greek mythology – Hera’s fascination with the bull. Bovines had elevated status throughout ancient Crete and the Middle East. Cattle are revered in the Hindu religion. Moving into modern times, Westerners appreciated seeing a beautiful herd of cattle on the range. Artists shown include Dana Hooper, Sherri Belassen, Linda Carter Holman, and many others.

New Arrivals

Priscilla and Child

Cows Come Home

Longhorn

Bison Family

Elsi with Egret

Daisy

The Cat Ran Away with the Spoon

Cow in Room

Midnite Luna Vache

How Now Brown Cow

Onlookers

Longhorn Tower

Friendly Pastures

Cattle Family

With the Herd

Lily Fair

Red

Wild Cow Catcher

Red and Yellow Bands

Small in a Fuzi Dream

Nguni Bull

Scheherazade

The Earth (Red Buffalo)

Gung Ho

Nuzzle

Clear Day Vache

Buffalo IV

Prairie Thunder

Polka Bull

Growing Pains

Two Horned Cows

Lance Green

Leery Steer

Blue Bell in Paris

Dairy Cow

Dispute 1
Dispute 2

Buttercup

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Black Rose

Cowgirl

Longhorn

Sir

Walking the Path

Eat Your Veggies

Heads or Tails

Sky Cow

Herd Keeper

Sebastian

Does Purple Make Me Look Fat?

Charolais Bull

Chuck

I'm Coming

Yak Yak Yak

Buffalo with Boquet

Mountain Cow

Retro Vache

Longhorn Pride

Buffalo Past

Bison Plate

Lois

Details

Start:
October 1, 2015
End:
October 31, 2015
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