Tucson is home to some of the West’s best-known painters, whose work will be shown together in a museum setting for the first time.
Each year, the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts honors a select group of artists with fellowships based on artistic excellence and a written application in which the artists discuss their work and goals. Honorees receive a cash award and a booth at Indian Market. Generous contributions enabled SWAIA to offer six fellowships this year....
Western art in the 1940s Proud Legacy: 150 Years of Western Art
The residents of a small village in northern Mexico produce a thin-walled, finely painted ceramic ware rivaling any handmade pottery in the world
A Sense of Place Early Texas artists offer a complex portrait of the Lone Star landscape
Meet three artists whose careers you should follow
A painting project focused on Santa Barbara’s land grant ranches
From traditional to cutting edge, Indian art is growing in value and diversity