Peggy Immel’s rendering of the western landscape’s many faces and moods has earned widespread admiration from collectors and fellow artists and resulted in numerous honors over the years.
Ryan S. Brown employs time-honored techniques to portray the people and places he loves
Elizabeth Sandia’s paintings reflect an intimacy with the southwestern landscape
Kevin Beilfuss uses deft painting skills to reveal tranquility in a chaotic world
Mian Situ has come a long way since studying the western realist painters in his home of Southeastern China. Now he paints stories of his Chinese heritage combined with the history and experiences of Chinese immigrants of the 19th-century American West.
Joseph Lorusso cuts to the emotional core in his timeless scenes of everyday folk. “The scenes I depict are almost archetypal in a sense,” he observes. “They’re ones that most people in society can relate to.”
Ray Roberts celebrates his lifelong connection to nature
Painter Nancy Guzik sprinkles fairy dust and beauty into her art
Calvin Liang’s paintings share his joy for the natural world
William Acheff used to believe he was born in the wrong century, fascinated by the Dutch and Renaissance masters. But an apprenticeship with Italian painter Roberto Lupetti helped Acheff find his way to become a highly acclaimed realist painter with his own distinctive style.