When Arizona landscape artist Andrew Paquette sets up for one of his plein-air painting sessions, his canvas often towers above him
A love of western art was instilled in Utah artist Greg Overton at an early age. His mother taught him to paint when he was just 5 or 6 years old, and he was copying the work of artists such as Russell and Remington by the time he was in grade school.
Birds hover over bovines. A carrot dangles in front of a bull
Thomas Van Stein, Jane Jones, Mollyeth Winega Gough
Gabor Svagrik, Rudi Klimpert, and Stephanie Frostad
We focus on Kristen Olsen, Jeremy Lipking, and M. Diana Pace
Kathy Beekman evokes the spare landscapes of Edward Hopper
Combining a love of art and the outdoors
James Zar, Christopher Reilly, Ron Hicks, and Rodolfo Rivademar
FALL JEWELS, OIL, 6 X 16 By Devon Jackson “I get hung up on details—that’s very relaxing to me,” laughs H.L. “Erin” Harnett. “And I try always to put imperfections into my paintings. Like in FALL JEWELS, the leaves are brown and spotted, and the persimmons are ripe and have lots of divots and...