Life on The Range

Scottsdale pop-up art gallery hosts a show exhibiting Western art photography by Scott Baxter

Acclaimed fine art photographer Scott Baxter makes his FIAT LUX debut with “Life On The Range,” an exhibition of Western art photography illustrating the Western life. A cross between an art gallery and a pop-up show, FIAT LUX started hosting themed shows on exhibit for several weeks in the fall and will continue this spring.

Scott Baxter

Based in Carefree, Ariz., Baxter’s award-winning photographs have been featured in American Cowboy, Arizona Highways, Cowboys & Indians, Men’s Journal and Western Horseman.

His work is displayed in the permanent collections of Phoenix Art Museum and Desert Caballeros Western Museum.

In 2014, he was awarded both Best of Show, and Gold Medal for Works on Paper at “The West Select” exhibition at Phoenix Art Museum.

“SIerra Bonita” by Scott Baxter

Baxter also recently completed 100 Years 100 Ranchers, a 10-year legacy project for the Arizona Centennial.

This compilation of compelling large format black-and-white photographs depicts many of Arizona’s longest-active ranchers.

The series of artful and captivating black and whites constitutes a permanent record of a disappearing way of life that has deep roots in the state of Arizona.

This work of historical importance has been featured in exhibits and presentations across the state.


Life on The Range

Through Jan. 11, 2018
Open to the public Thursday nights, 7 – 9 p.m.
Throughout the week by appointment only

FIAT LUX, 6919 E. First Ave., Scottsdale

For more information, visit fiatluxgallery.com or scottbaxterphotographer.com

 

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