C. Michael Dudash paints the drama and complexities of 19th-century western life.
Jennifer Diehl paints lyrical interpretations of light.
Ann Hanson is driven to paint her world.
Daniel Keys paints still lifes and other subjects from life
Bonnie Marris’ paintings reflect her devotion to animals and art
Arizona painter Curt Walters lets nature and his moods inspire his work
Created in what he describes as a “contemporary realist” style, Tucker's works dynamically engage viewers by combining absolutely accurate renderings of his subjects with subtle impressionistic effects.
While reality is not always pretty, especially in frontier times often marked by physical hardship and struggle for survival, Kucera’s aim is to reveal and highlight the human and natural beauty in the world he portrays.
The landscape paintings of Lynn Boggess go deep. Beyond beautiful nature portraits, beyond expressive mark-making, his striking compositions move past the place where we see and delve into the place where we feel.
Although he paints still-life and wildlife works as well, Forbes is best known for spare, expressive landscapes that border on abstraction. His subtle color palettes suggest various seasons of the year. But the viewer would be hard-pressed to associate a Forbes scene with a specific place.