Legendary western artist Maynard Dixon [1875-1946] spent his final years in Tucson, AZ. Today, more than 50 years after Dixon’s death, Mark Sublette, owner of Medicine Man Gallery, has found a way to memorialize the master: An entire room in the gallery is dedicated to Dixon’s legacy.
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By Bonnie Gangelhoff While this issue is dedicated to all women in the arts, we’ve singled out five in particular as our first-ever Notable Women of the Year. Our honorees are Anne Marion, founder of the new Georgia O’Keeffe Museum; Elaine Adams, who has been instrumental in reviving the 88-year-old California Art Club; Charles...
Meet six Native American artists working in styles from traditional to contemporary
Max and Lynn Chennault have filled their Dallas abode and their Santa Fe adobe with art
Although their styles and techniques differ widely, sculptors Bob Boomer, J. Chester Armstrong, Greg Woodard, and Leo E. Osborne are all seduced by the beauty of wood
Western art in the 1960's Proud Legacy: 150 Years of Western Art
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