By Bonnie Gangelhoff Even in his youth, Jeff Legg was drawn to an Old World style of art apprenticeship, absorbing all he could on a one-to-one basis from an artist mentor—in his case, art professor Darrell Dishman in Legg’s home state of Missouri. The young painter later went on to complete demanding classical drawing...
Landscape artist Joseph Paquet seeks to transcend mere description
The atmospheric paintings of Emmi Whitehorse
Like the Kansas weather, Epp cleanses the environment, leaving scant evidence of the passage of humanity.
Santa Clara Pueblo artist Jody Folwell shares her pottery-making process
Painting with passionate intensity
Working in drybrush watercolor, William Haskell creates vivid images of New Mexico
Lorri Acott-Fowler's sculptures deal with relationships and emotions
By Bonnie Gangelhoff ART EDUCATION: I studied with Juliette Aristides at her atelier in Seattle, WA. That’s the most important. I also have a bachelor’s degree in fine arts from the University of Michigan, and I studied at the Art Students League of New York. STYLE: Contemporary realism. MOST INTERESTING THING ABOUT THE WAY...
By Bonnie Gangelhoff From an early age, Colorado painter Diana Woods was attached to horses. At first she was obsessed with drawing them; she eventually went on to ride competitively. “PEGASUS, a mythical creature, represents the magical qualities of horses that somehow steered me through a difficult adolescence and into a greater understanding of...