Kim Mackey

Kim Mackey is considered by critics to be one of the best western artists working today. The Denver Post has called him, “A master of this genre”. Educated at the Colorado Institute of Art, his early career as an illustrator paved the way to his present stature as an eagerly sought after painter. Kim’s work has been featured in, Art Revue, Art Talk, The Artist’s Magazine, Southwest Art, Art of the West, Western Horseman, Cowboys and Indians magazine and the recently published book, “Painted Sky”. His work has been exhibited at the Coors Western Art Show, the C.M. Russell Auction, the Altermann Collector’s Auctions, the American Art Invitational, the Phippen Museum, and the Gilcrease Museum. Kim’s work is included in the King Collection of the Sangre de Cristo Art Center and other important public and private collections including the Forbes Collection and that of singer Neil Diamond.

Of Heart and Spirit
An Indian hunter in the cold winter mountains.
Making Memories
A young boy and his father enjoying a moment together fishing.
A Distant Campfire
An Apache Indian traveling at night through the high desert, stops short seeing something in the distance. A spot of light in the darkness meaning someone, friend or foe is camping near the trail.
A cowboy and his pack horse travel across the prairie at dusk. The moon rises in the distance.

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