About this artist

Grant Redden was born and raised in southwest Wyoming. His parents were of pioneer ancestry, and he grew up on a sheep and cattle ranch. Grant paints what he lives every day. The land, livestock, and people of the West are naturally his subjects and provide an abundant source of inspiration for his paintings. Primarily self-taught, Grant has immersed himself in the study of the masters, both deceased and living, in an ongoing effort to “get better” at his craft. He was inducted into the Cowboy Artists of America in 2012 and has since won 6 gold medals and 2 silver medals for oil painting, a silver for watercolor painting, and has been selected 3 times for Best Body of Work in the annual Cowboy Artists of America show.

Grant has been featured in articles from Western Art and Architecture, Southwest Art, Art of the West, Western Art Collector, and others. He has participated in various museum shows, including a two-man exhibit at the Booth Museum of Art in Cartersville, Georgia, and a group show at the Woolaroc Museum in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. He has exhibited at the Autry Show in Los Angeles and at the Prix de West in Oklahoma City. Grant lives in Hilliard, Wyoming, with his wife Annette, a dog, some chickens, two old horses, and a pack of coyotes.