As a young woman in art school in the late 1960s, Mary Roberson found herself confronted with instructors who were unable to see past a certain artistic status quo. Yet for all the times her defiant nature seemed to upstage her better judgment, it was art that kept her going through difficult periods in...
Emerging artist from Colorado.
When Colorado landscape painter Jane Hunt was growing up, her family seemed to be in perpetual motion. Between the ages of 8 and 15, Hunt moved back and forth three times between England and the United States thanks to her father’s career as an engineer. Reflecting back on the peripatetic nature of her childhood,...
Chad Poppleton captures the beauty of animals in the wilderness.
Andre Kohn conjures curiosity and wonder from everyday moments.
Jane K. Starks helps us look closely at the landscape.
Donna Howell-Sickles reimagines the cowgirl as a super-woman for every era.
Mark Mehaffey used to jokingly say he was a schizophrenic painter, using the outmoded term for someone who couldn’t settle on a single personality. In his case, he had no desire to choose one medium or even one style—and still doesn’t. But these days he uses a more politically correct phrase and calls himself...
Ralph Oberg ventures deep into the backcountry to capture the wide-open spaces
Suchitra Bhosle creates contemplative scenes inspired by her California surroundings and her native India.