V.... Vaughan nurtures her freedom to paint what moves her.
G. Russell Case expresses the emotional impact of the western landscape.
Today the entirely self-taught painter has polished his own style, a self-described “painterly realism” that has earned Bodine national recognition and a collector following in the United States and Europe.
Mendlik studied her environs with an artist’s eye, drawing and painting everything from the landscape and river to her horses and wild roses. In doing so, she formed a profound connection with the region that fuels much of her plein-air and studio work today.
Cramer’s thirst for adventure and love for the West’s raw, wild beauty inform the painter’s breathtaking portrayals of the southwestern wilderness.
C. Michael Dudash paints the drama and complexities of 19th-century western life.
Meet 6 artists who work in charcoal and graphite.
Jennifer Diehl paints lyrical interpretations of light.
Ann Hanson is driven to paint her world.
Salvo chooses to paint it all, from an autumn view along Laguna Canyon Road to a rusty 1953 Dodge pickup to perfected renditions of his mom’s apple pie. And he wouldn’t have it any other way.