These days Andrew Peters is known for his luminous interpretations of the American West. With a painterly, impressionistic sensibility, he depicts mountain peaks at daybreak, snow-covered hay bales, and alpine rivers above timberline.
Kim Lordier works in landscapes, depicting the forests, mountains, oceans, and other natural scenes that speak to her in color-rich, painterly oil pastels.
A key moment in the development of Eric Merrel's nocturnes was the realization that, since subjects in the dark all had similar values without much of the contrast one sees by daylight, he had to depict form by using color alone.
If you didn’t know that David Caton was a landscape painter, the first sign you might see of his lifelong, deep connection with nature are the glass cases that hold his extensive collection of seashells from around the world.
Sarah Bienvenu has earned a reputation as not only a master of the watercolor medium but also one of the premier portrayers of New Mexico’s vast and varied landscapes.
As she has found her voice over the years, Offutt’s work has blossomed into something intensely personal and expressive.
A viewer can expect to see a range of subjects in his oeuvre—a Copenhagen shipyard, coastal Oregon, Zion National Park, or an outdoor market in Provence.
When she teaches, and in her own art, Erickson frequently returns to the important connection between what we believe—or what we think we should see—and what our eyes in fact take in.
Cultural discoveries, and the deep personal connections that come from learning about and painting Native American people, provide the impetus for Burdick’s career.
While many plein-air painters are highly skilled at portraying light and atmosphere, Obermeyer brings an unusual perspective on these elements to the canvas: The painter is also a pilot, having held a license for nearly 30 years.