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...
Wilson Hurley’s large-scale murals at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame are being reproduced on canvas
Dinah Worman’s paintings evoke the spaciousness of the southwestern landscape
Working quickly and loosely with broad strokes of the brush, plein-air painter Dan Goozeé seems to get it right every time
David Johns takes an abstract approach to Native American art
The textures and light of rural countryside lure Orr to the farmlands and rivers of the Ozarks.
A contemporary artist’s journey
Traditional Navajo prayers and stories inspire this artist’s jewelry
Featured in 21 Under 31 in September 2003