Cathy Haight works in both batik and oils to render her favorite subject: wide-open spaces.
Whether it’s the smiles of children or the tanned lines of a lifelong cowboy, painter Michael Meyer can find a point of interest in every face he meets.
The paintings of Leigh Gusterson are filled with winding roads, sprawling mountainsides, and sprouts of colorful trees that dot the landscape.
Inger Jirby uses her love of color to portray the varying landscapes around her home in Pilar, NM.
In the Four Corners area of the western United States, there is no end of inspiration or challenges for painter Teresa Lynn Johnson.
For Richard Prather, working en plein air is necessary to help viewers appreciate the unique beauty of the outdoors.
While McLain’s love for nature is prominent throughout his work, he also finds inspiration in the patterns on city streets or the smooth lines of western relics.
The artist utilizes optical color—portraying color as it appears to the eye—to interpret her favorite views near her home.
Arturo Chavez describes his style as naturalistic realism, in which he strives to bring about an emotional sense of the three-dimensional world on a two-dimensional plane.
While Hubble experimented with many styles and techniques, his work soon became impressionistic, and he utilized a pure-color palette to draw out the jewel-toned hues in New Mexico’s atmosphere.