Early on in his fine-art career, Steven Hileman couldn’t imagine becoming a landscape painter. But today he admits that his artistic eye is naturally drawn to the scenes that surround him in Maine’s mid-coastal region. Hileman points out that the variety in the landscape—subject matter, light, texture, and mood—keep him intrigued.
A VISIT WITH GUILLOUME AT HIS STUDIO IN SANDIA PARK, NM
Traditional, Old World style
Here we present a sampling of the 100 artists who made it to our final round this year.
John Austin Hanna’s paintings capture quiet, timeless scenes
Stories from daily life
William A. Suys Jr. is on a quest to capture the essence of life on canvas
The West—today and yesterday This story was featured in the December 2015 issue of Southwest Art magazine. Get the Southwest Art December 2015 print issue or digital download now–then subscribe to Southwest Art and never miss another story Sheila Cottrell says that although she had been drawing and painting since she was a child, her art education...
Where manmade and natural wonders collide