Barbara Jaenicke paints the landscapes that move her
Adam Clague shows viewers the beauty in all kinds of people and everyday life
For the past three years, the couple’s full-time home has been an Airstream trailer in which they go from place to beautiful place, from one plein-air event to another and to painting workshops the 48-year-old artist teaches.
Jeremey Browne’s works intrigue through the precise yet undeniably romantic way in which they powerfully conjure very real-seeming rural worlds.
Condrat’s take on today’s western landscape is not only original but unusually open to wide-ranging interpretations.
Whatever the subject, Judy begins each piece with some sort of photo reference—which she now captures on the ranches of Colorado’s western slope.
Maggiori pays particular attention to rendering his clouds, which have won him special praise for their luminous realism.
Sharon Markwardt began using vividly striking colors in paintings of western and animal subjects inspired by her surroundings, which for a time included horses, dogs, a donkey, a neighbor’s longhorns, and a nearby herd of buffalo.
Though they end up as stylized expressions of her encounters with the land, McKenna’s paintings originate as plein-air studies.
No matter what scene is in front of her, Cynthia Rosen aspires to perceive the underlying aliveness and delight of the natural world and share it through her work.