Kent Ullberg's masterful wildlife sculptures reflect his lifelong love of nature
By Bonnie Gangelhoff SUMMERTIME THIRST QUENCHER was born of a strictly “Baltimore thing,” Scott Royston says. According to the Maryland-based artist, locals like to sip lemonade through peppermint sticks. “They are porous and act like a straw,” he says, explaining the special attributes of the red-and-white striped candy. In general, the subject matter of...
By Bonnie Gangelhoff In 1995, the Oil Painters of America awarded Mian Situ its top prize—Best of Show at its National Juried Exhibition. The prestigious award seemed to announce Situ’s arrival to the representational art world. Today his intricate, large-scale depictions of his native China, as well as the Chinese immigrant experience in the...
A dialogue with the human figure
Loss and regret are essential themes in William Glen Crooks’ spare paintings
The Gilcrease Rendezvous hosts two Coloradans: landscapist Clyde Aspevig and sculptor Steve Kestrel.
A Santa Clara potter is helping bring Indian art into a new era
New Jersey artist Michael De Brito
Twenty years after his death, Lougheed lives on in a newly available collection of works