Michael Ome Untiedt

Michael Ome Untiedt

Born and raised in rural southeastern Colorado, Michael Ome Untiedt maintains a studio in Denver. Through the color, brushstrokes, and symbolic subject matter of his paintings, he examines the human predicament and its connections to the landscape, relying on a lifetime steeped in the traditions and history of the American West. Traveling widely, he is known as a painter who sees with a Westerner’s eyes. He was recently made an honorary Ranger Captain with the Former Texas Ranger Foundation, Fredericksburg, Texas, for his historical paintings of the Texas Rangers. He was awarded the 2014 Art Committee’s Choice Award at the Briscoe Western Art Museum’s Night of the Artists art show. His work can be viewed at Insight Gallery, Fredericksburg, Texas; Manitou Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Settlers West Gallery, Tucson, Arizona; The West Lives, Jackson, Wyoming; Sanders Galleries, Tucson, Arizona; and Illume Gallery of Fine Art, Salt Lake City, Utah.