Heads turned last summer when sales at the fifth annual Coeur d’Alene Art Auction, ID, topped $8 million. In front of an enthusiastic crowd numbering close to 900, some 96 percent of the artworks, many of them wildlife paintings, found buyers. Across the country, in New York, NY, Christie’s International sold a whopping $33.9...
The evolution of Native American style
Public art finds an ideal venue in unlikely places airports
Squash Blossom by Tony Abeyta By Margaret L. Brown This special issue of Southwest Art takes you on a journey through more than a hundred years of Native American art, from early 20th-century legends such as potters Nampeyo and Margaret Tafoya to contemporary artists whose works demand new definitions and perceptions of Indian art....
Sarah Barber and Gloria Donadello fill their Santa Fe home with works that have personal meaning
Editor's Perspective October 2000
Santa Fe offers visitors an abundance of enticements
Historic painters of California's natural beauty paved the way for today's plein-air movement.
The Mingei International Museum of Folk Art