While his style is reminiscent of impressionism, Dennis Heckler's treatment of each work evokes a specific place and a specific feeling.
Sculptor William Carrington has a special bond with the animals around his home in Texas—particularly the jackrabbits.
Lauren Tilden seeks to capture frank, unembellished portraits of humanity, and the tonalist landscapes in her works often play a supporting role.
As Daniel Marshall works both locally and abroad, his painterly watercolors reveal a distinctive mix of classic and modern influences.
Condrat’s take on today’s western landscape is not only original but unusually open to wide-ranging interpretations.
Whatever the subject, Judy begins each piece with some sort of photo reference—which she now captures on the ranches of Colorado’s western slope.
Meet six artists from the Land of Enchantment pursue their passion for painting. .
With thick brush strokes and bold colors, Caroline Korbell Carrington manipulates the landscape into her own unique vision.
Maggiori pays particular attention to rendering his clouds, which have won him special praise for their luminous realism.
Sharon Markwardt began using vividly striking colors in paintings of western and animal subjects inspired by her surroundings, which for a time included horses, dogs, a donkey, a neighbor’s longhorns, and a nearby herd of buffalo.