By Bonnie Gangelhoff ART EDUCATION: Bachelor of fine arts from Brigham Young University in Rexburg, ID. STYLE: A blend between impressionism and realism. MOST INTERESTING THING ABOUT THE WAY YOU WORK: My studio is open to the public and people come through as I paint. SECOND-CHOICE CAREER: Architect. That’s what I started going to...
This excerpt from a new book on Robert Lougheed spotlights the painter's transition from illustrator to master western artist
California painter Jim McVicker is equally at home in a studio or on location
Tonalist painter Catherine Anderson finds solace in the Napa Valley landscape
Teresa Saia on location in Venice, Italy
New Mexico painter Joyce Dant heeds her artistic calling
John Pototschnik's realist paintings depict rural and European countrysides.
By Bonnie Gangelhoff You might be tempted to think that Montana-based landscape painter Josh Elliott had a head start, growing up the son of successful wildlife painter Steve Elliott. But doing so would discount the innate talent, unique vision, and unrelenting hard work of the younger Elliott, whose impressionistic oil-on-canvas scenes portray the grandeur...
Margaret Nes translates her life experiences into potent works of pastel art
Wyoming artist Joe Arnold paints en plein air on mountaintops