In the 1970s, Southwest Art forecast a booming market with no end in sight
The American Impressionist Society carries on a rich tradition
Kate Palmer, Point Pinos, oil, 11 x 12 By Cristina Adams · Kate Palmer · Landscape painter Kate Palmer says that for her the natural world has always been “a wellspring of inspiration, solace, and contentment.” In 1990 Palmer moved from Oklahoma to New Mexico, drawn by the state’s dramatic desert vistas and ever-changing...
An exhibit explores the beauty and meanings of this traditional art form
Wyoming painters capture an open landscape where the Great Plains meet the Rocky Mountains
Prix de West Preview More than 250 works by some of the best-known artists of the West are for sale in this month’s Prix de West Invitational show at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City, OK. Here’s a sneak preview of 10 works you’ll see. Emissaries, bronze, 20 x 21. · ...
A look at the trends shaping western American painting at the turn of the century
California artists carry on the traditions of a historic club
A new book profiles 100 contemporary painters and sculptors