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Martin Grelle -
Grelle has been profiled in many publications, including Southwest Art, American Cowboy, Art of the West, Western Horseman, The Equine Image, Art Talk, Persimmon Hill, and InformArt. His work has also been featured on the covers of several magazines and on various historical novels published by the University of Nebraska Press.
Elected to the Cowboy Artists of America in 1995, Grelle is one of the youngest active members and won the People’s Choice Award at the CAA exhibition in October 2002. Grelle’s painting, Teller of Tales, received the top award at the 2002 Prix de West Invitational held at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City and was chosen for inclusion in the museum’s permanent collection. The artist is represented by Overland Gallery of Fine Art in Scottsdale, Arizona, where he has enjoyed one-man shows each March since 1989
Recently at the prestigious Coeur de'Alene art auction held in Reno "Guardians in the Willows" by Martin Grelle drew significant buyer attention. The 40"x50" painting was estimated to sell in the range of $30,000 to $50,000. However, when the final gavel sounded, this popular work by one of the most collected artists in the western genre had sold for $106,500. A giclee release is being planned in 2006 by his publisher.