Gary Niblett

Gary Niblett

Gary Niblett was born and raised in Carlsbad, New Mexico.  He attended the Art Center School of Design in California. He spent eight years as a background artist, and continued to develop his own style. In 1973 Gary left commercial art to focus exclusively on Western art.

He returned to New Mexico, where he continued to gain national recognition.  In 1975 he was the youngest member ever voted into the Cowboy Artists of America.  His work has been exhibited all over the world including the prestigious Royal Watercolor Society in London. Niblett’s work has been included in major fine art publications.   In 1990, he was honored as the Distinguished Calendar Artist for New Mexico Magazine, and is featured in a book titled Gary Niblett – A New Look at the Old West.  He has been given the honor of having a large oil hanging in the state capitol building in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Gary works mostly in oil, but says he is “comfortable in watercolor.” His art demands that we look into the reveries and still moments of the human spirit where the heart lives. His versatile work demonstrates the human values, which are brought to bear in living, not only in the American West, but in the world.

Gary and his wife, Monika have lived in Santa Fe in their adobe-style home since 1980.

Galleries Include:  Nedra Matteucci, Big Horn, Broadmoor

The Last BuckarooThe Last Buckaroo

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