Dorothy Lampl's still lifes reflect the relationships between multiple objects.
California artist Melanie Florio
Jill Hackney serendipitously discovered her unique style of painting in 2004. After shaving down some cheap bristle brushes, she noticed the odd way the paint traveled across the canvas. “I’d see these streaks happening, and I thought, ‘What if I did a whole painting like this, with all the brush strokes only going in...
Michelle Torrez's figures move with expressive energy
Bold brushwork animates Doug Braithwaite’s paintings
Wyoming artist Joe Arnold paints en plein air on mountaintops
Romantic Realist A major exhibition of paintings by 19th-century artist Martin Johnson Heade is on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art through August 13/>
Jeff Uffelman’s offbeat still lifes offer an uncommon view of common fruits and vegetables
Dreamy and meditative, Ann Huston's pastels capture the beauty and mystery of northern New Mexico's landscapes, churches, and interiors. Huston has called New Mexico home since the mid-1980s. She began her artistic career as a weaver before deciding to concentrate on pastels more than 15 years ago. She and her husband, artist Ed Sandoval,...