The Gilcrease Rendezvous hosts two Coloradans: landscapist Clyde Aspevig and sculptor Steve Kestrel.
Teresa Saia on location in Venice, Italy
A Santa Clara potter is helping bring Indian art into a new era
New Mexico painter Joyce Dant heeds her artistic calling
John Pototschnik's realist paintings depict rural and European countrysides.
New Jersey artist Michael De Brito
Twenty years after his death, Lougheed lives on in a newly available collection of works
JAMES BAMA By Gussie Fauntleroy James Bama had never lived outside the city when he and his wife moved from Manhattan to a cabin in Wyoming in 1968. But the qualities that made Bama one of the country’s leading illustrators—highly detailed realism and compelling impact—have served him equally well in his long and much-admired...
By Bonnie Gangelhoff ART EDUCATION: Bachelor of fine arts from the Academy of Art University, San Francisco. STYLE: Realism. I love to paint everything—still life, landscape, cityscape. Now, though, I am mostly focused on cityscapes. MOST INTERESTING THING ABOUT THE WAY YOU WORK: I start very abstract and slowly define the focal point. I...