In our October issue, we revisit 10 painters who were named Artists to Watch years ago, and find out what they’ve been up to since then–how their artwork has changed, what their greatest accomplishments and biggest turning points have been, their goals for the future, and more.
Dogs and wildlife lead a Colorado couple on a fine-art journey
Observations and collecting advice from eight experts in galleries, events, and auctions
In our August issue, we introduce you to 12 painters who capture the elusive and changing skies in their work. Many of these artists paint in oil, others in pastel. Some of them are avid plein-air painters, while others prefer to work primarily in their studios. All of them are captivated by the natural beauty that surrounds them.
Looking for the best young talent in the art world? Look no further. We’ve brought together a talented group of emerging artists who are already making names for themselves.
In our September issue, we introduce you to five painters who depict boats large and small in their work. These artists are often inspired by time spent in beautiful waterfront towns–from Washington state to Florida to Maryland.
In our July issue, we introduce you to seven artists who push art into all three dimensions. These sculptors work in bronze, steel, and other media to create pieces that range from miniature to monumental in size. Their subjects and styles are also diverse, running the gamut from wildlife to figures and from representational to abstract.
Meet 12 artists who honor the landscape by capturing it in person, including Daniel Aldana, Trey Finney, Jason Sacran, Lori Putnam, and Elaine Mathews, whose piece titled SPRINGTIME IN THE DESERT is shown here.