“Northeast Texas is where the prairies of north central Texas meet the piney woods of the south. It’s also a very rural, agricultural area with wide expanses of ranch land and cultivated fields. While there is nothing dramatic or majestic about it, it is a constant source of inspiration for me. What inspired this...
Ten sculptors discuss their work
By Devon Jackson Colorado painter Malcolm Bryan mentored Susan Evans and guided her early on in the ways of still lifes in oil, but she needed no tutoring in drawing or composition. That’s because Evans, born in 1952 in Shreveport, LA, had worked as a commercial artist for nearly 20 years by the time...
In Moody, Atmospheric Paintings, Colorado Painter Gordon Brown conveys the drama of nature
Steve Hanks showcases 30 years of portraits at the annual Gilcrease Rendezvous
Ross Matteson’s love of nature comes through in his sculpture of birds and other wildlife
Clark Hulings’ first major show in 23 years reflects his affinity for European scenes
By Myrna Zanetell Frame House Gallery of Louisville, KY, began marketing the first limited-edition prints in 1967, and within a decade, sales of this innovative product had reached full stride. Robert Bateman, Terry Redlin and Bev Doolittle became a magical triad of offset lithographic print artists: Purchasing one of their images was like placing...
Kevin Red Star passes on pride in his Crow heritage to future generations
Colorado artist Kendra Fleischman’s bronzes express the human spirit with a strong sense of purity and elegance