By Bonnie Gangelhoff ART EDUCATION: As Oscar Wilde put it, “Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught.” I’ve studied all over the place, but I think you learn the most from other artists. STYLE: Classical realist. MOST INTERESTING THING […]
Ed Mell’s bold landscapes express a lifelong connection to his home state of Arizona
Ted Larsen takes risks in his pastel landscapes
Ann Kobdish’s modern rural landscapes take meaning from elemental shapes and concerns.
In January, Northern California-based painter Thomas Soltesz flew from San Francisco to the Philippine Islands. Southwest Art’s Bonnie Gangelhoff caught up with Soltesz while he was staying in the countryside there. This is the fifth in a series of columns that invite you to travel along with artists to far-flung locations.
Allen and Patty Eckman collaborate on cast-paper sculptures using a process they developed themselves
The Art of Scott L. Christensen
Arizona painter Kenn Backhaus strives to move beyond conventional visual meaning in his landscapes and other scenes
Arizona artist Douglas Diehl paints the sturdiness and strength of the landscape