Category Archives: News

Hot off the presses, updates in the art world are found here from the pages of Southwest Art. You’ll discover milestones from American artists across the country, happenings in Native American art, cowboy art, Southwestern art, art events, art shows, auction reports and more. Guides on recent publications that can help you grow and evolve your art collection are here as well as art gallery updates so you stay in the know. Plus our On the Scene reports from Across the West straight from the staff of Southwest Art. All the news about art: online and just a click away in this easily navigable archive.

Milestones September 1998

Tidbits Ed Archie NoiseCat won Best of Show at Indian Arts Northwest in June in Portland, OR. The winning piece, In the Beginning, is a 6-foot carved wood panel. Craig Tennant has been voted a signature member of the Oil Painters of America after only five months as an associate member. Wyoming painter Daryl Poulin […]

Recent Books | July 1998

By Donna Tennant Utah Painting and Sculpture Edited by Vern G. Swanson, Robert S. Olpin, and William C. Seifrit The first European settlers in the future state of Utah recognized the need for fine arts, and many generations since then have continued to cultivate them. Consequently Utah, along with California and New Mexico, has been […]

February 2007 | News Beat

“Indian Summer” by Deborah Chapin Out & About Maryland artist Deborah Chapin won the $5,000 Grand Prize Purchase Award in PaintAmerica’s Top 100 Art Competition for her plein-air painting indian summer…. Leslie Levy Fine Art in Scottsdale, AZ, celebrates 30 years in business with a reception on February 1. All gallery artists are creating new […]

Recent Books | February 2001

By Donna Tennant Nuevo México Profundo: Rituals of an Indo-Hispano Homeland Photographs by Miguel Gandert • Foreword by Helen R. Lucero Award-winning photographer Miguel Gandert turns his lens on the mestizo peoples of the upper Rio Grande for his book, Nuevo México Profundo: Rituals of an Indo-Hispano Homeland. The collection of 130 black-and-white photographs focuses […]

Recent Books | November 1998

By Donna Tennant Gone to Sanctuary: From the Sins of Confusion By John S. Kiewit “Follow the double yellow line of wheel tracks through the sand and rock, and you will find a habitation somewhere huddled in a protected place, with a few trees pointing their roots at the under-earth water, a patch of starveling […]

Recent Books | October 2000

By Donna Tennant Earth Songs, Moon Dreams: Paintings by American Indian Women By Patricia Janis Broder Patricia Janis Broder pays tribute to American Indian women painters in her latest book, Earth Songs, Moon Dreams. The first book devoted entirely to paintings by Native American women, it features works by more than 40 artists from across […]