Under Niagara, 1862 (chromolithograph) by Frederick Edwin Church By Gerald L. Carr Frederic Edwin Church [1826-1900] was the best-known student of Hudson River School founder Thomas Cole and one of the country’s preeminent painters of the New World. More than 40 paintings by Church are on view through January 3, 2001, at the Portland...
Jay J. Johnson’s acrylic paintings express an up-close-and-personal knowledge of nature
California artist Matthew Peak creates dreamy worlds where fairies and crescent moons collide
Taos artist Suzanne Wiggin creates intimate landscapes of large, moody scenes
Joe Brubaker's haunting mixed-media sculptures are intrinstic to his lifestyle.
By Wolf Schneider
Daniel Sprick finds inspiration in the everyday world
Judi Rideout strives constantly to paint the perfect wolf
Jim Lamb finds artistic inspiration in Washington’s landscapes
By Gussie Fauntleroy If you had asked Navajo painter Hyrum Joe, when he was 16, what his culture was, he might have glanced quizzically around for a moment and then said with a grin, “My 5.0 Mustang! Football!” Growing up in the northwestern New Mexico oil and gas town of Kirtland, just off the...