Clyde Aspevig

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Tack Shed

oil on linen

10 x 12 inches


The Arid West

oil on linen

36 x 42 inches



Morning Glory Pool

oil on linen

50 x 60 inches


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King of the Hill

oil on linen

16 x 20 inches



Aspen Country

oil on linen

11 x 14 inches


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About Clyde Aspevig

Born in northern Montana, Clyde Aspevig's world was shaped by the land. Encouraged by his parents, Clyde knew from an early age that he wanted to be a painter, and with a tenacity that still helps define him today, he relentlessly pursued his goal.


Clyde has been honored with one-man exhibitions at galleries and museums throughout the United States, most recently at New York City's National Arts Club. He has received such prestigious awards as the Prix de West from the National Cowboy Hall of Fame, the Red Smith Award from the National Museum of Wildlife Art, and the William E. Weiss Purchase Award from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.


After years of living in a busy, urban world, Clyde and his wife, fellow painter Carol Guzman, have chosen to make their home in the foothills outside Bozeman, Montana.