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Artist Ron Kil


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Biography


Ronald Kil is an artist of the historical west.  His subject matter spans the centuries form prehistoric Indian hunters to the cowboys of the 1920's.  Ron works in oil, watercolor and ink with sizes ranging from miniatures to murals.  A former working ranch cowboy, he left the ranches to become a full time artist and illustrator in 2001.
 
Accomplishments:
 
Mountain Oyster Club - Works shown and sold
Multiple Award winning Mural- Frank Brownell Museum of the Southwest, Raton, NM
Artist for Multiple award winning book Songs of the Cowboys, Palace Press
Artwork Chosen for NM Centennial Calendar and Fine Art Poster
Illustrated over 30 books
Commissioned by the National Park services for several historical marker signs
 
Collections:
 
Buckhorn Museum,  Former Texas Ranger Room, San Antonio, TX
New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Center, Las Cruces, NM
La Casa Esquela Muesum, Glorieta, NM  
El Rancho de Las Golindrinas, Santa Fe, NM
Frank Brownell Museum of the Southwest, Raton, NM
 
Shows:
 
New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum   Coming April 2015
Three Trails History Conference   Coming September 2015
Casweck Gallery One man Show September 2013, Santa Fe, NM
Old Pass Gallery, Raton, NM
Palace of the Governors,  Santa Fe, NM
Frank Brownell Museum of the Southwest
 
 
 Ron credits God and his faith in Jesus Christ for the victories in his life.  He currently maintains a studio near Santa Fe, NM.
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