John Moyers in Taos
Moyers said, “We had attended art school where the emphasis was not on traditional academic studies but on painting abstractly.
The time-honored techniques of color and value and working outdoors from life had to be discovered anew.”
"I paint what excites me. Maybe for two months all I want to do is landscapes, then maybe Native Americans and then Mexican pieces."
"I hope people like what I do. I just try to paint. I try to make the values and colors as true to life as I can."
"The more you paint, the more comfortable you get with the process. Hopefully, I'm improving all the time."
John Moyers Highest Auction Prices
"The Apparition" Price: $69,000
"Chinnin' the Moon" Price: $68,300
"Vanguard of Victory" Price: $68,000
"La Cucaracha" Price: $65,300
"El Mariachi" Price: $64,400
"Return by Moonlight" Price: $61,600
"Windswept" Price: $55,300
"The Navajo's Buffalo" Price: $55,300
"Pueblo Council" Price: $55,200
"Tonight We Ride" Price: $50,000
John Moyers Museum Collections
Pearce Collections Museum
Sangre De Cristo Arts Center
Tucson Museum of Art
Western Spirit: Scottsdale's Museum of the West
Zelma Basha Salmeri Gallery - Collection
John Moyers awards
The Robert Lougheed Memorial Award at the 2003 Prix de West
The 2017 James R. Parks Trustees’ Purchase Award at the Autry Museum
Parsons does not offer John Moyers reproductions, because they can not compare to the real paintings.
Parsons invites you to visit the Galleries to experience firsthand the unmatched beauty of the real art.
by Robert Parsons
and Ashley Rolshoven