Night & Day
A native of Denver, Colorado, Michael Untiedt is a painter of western landscape, whose subjects often feature the prairie scenes he has loved since spending time as a youth with his farmer grandfather on the eastern plains of Colorado. A few of his recent showings include the Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale, Colorado Governor’s Invitational Art Show and the Weekend in the West Art Show and Sale.
Artist Reception and Gallery Talk:
Friday, November 1, 2013, 5pm-8pm
Saturday, November 2, 2013, 1pm-4pm
“I am a believer in the brotherhood of man, of the common truths that are important and affect and bind us all together. That is what my painting is about, of the universal things...the worldly wolves at our doors. I can paint Celtic roundhouse or Mongolian yurt, Iroquois long house or a Greek ruin. I can paint a small rancher’s tin roofed house or an Anasazi kiva. The meaning would stay
powerfully the same: our lives are like wind through the buffalo grass. Only the mountains and the skies last forever.”
Michael Ome Untiedt