“Texas has such a variety of subjects, from rural to urban, that it is a never-ending source of inspiration. While photographs can be a legitimate source for a painting, working on location always inspires me—the quality of light, the sounds, the fresh air, the feel of a place. It is, in my opinion, the...
The Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale opens at the Autry National Center this month
Project Compassion presents military families with portraits of their fallen loved ones
A new book chronicles the 30 years Bruce Aiken spent painting—and living in—the Grand Canyon
The Denver Art Museum opens a dramatic new building this month
At the Westcott Bay Sculpture Park in the San Juan Islands, the setting and the art complement each other perfectly.
A Santa Barbara collection juxtaposes contemporary and historic art from the West and the East
Six painters from across the West portray cowgirls at home on the range
Six gallery owners from across the West share their views on art market trends in the coming year
Meet the 2005 SWAIA Fellowship Award winners