Following His Passion For Painting
Timothy Chapman’s fanciful menagerie has its roots in historic illustrations
Artist Michael Horse offers a contemporary perspective on Native American ledger art
CLARK HULINGS By Bonnie Gangelhoff Rustic Italian villages. Bustling Parisian markets. Rural Mexican farmhouses. Clark Hulings’ paintings reflect his love of worldwide travel. On location, the peripatetic artist casts his creative eye on everyday scenes from the lives of ordinary people. Hulings’ long and successful career began in an unlikely fashion. He graduated from...
Pastelist Clark Mitchell renders landscapes that soothe the soul
By Bonnie Gangelhoff Adding machines, lunch boxes, record players, and old suitcases are a few of Wendy Chidester’s favorite things. “I love painting anything that has been replaced and forgotten,” the Utah artist says. She gathers subject matter for her contemporary still lifes everywhere she can, from antique shops to city streets. She once...
By Bonnie Gangelhoff When Matt Smith was working on his degree in painting at Arizona State University, he was discouraged by the school’s focus on abstract art. He soon found himself studying the painting styles of classic American landscape artists such as Maynard Dixon, William Herbert Dunton, and Edgar Payne. Today, all the hard...
Oreland Joe’s sculptures evoke the spirit of his people
A retrospective exhibit surveys the career of this Colorado watercolorist