Four sculptors depict man and nature in the west leading the west
Tucson is home to some of the West’s best-known painters, whose work will be shown together in a museum setting for the first time.
With a wink and a nod to yesterday's masters, contemporary realists offer fresh perspectives on the traditional still-life, figurative, and landscape genres, altering our perceptions of the commonplace.
Dan Mieduch creates colorful scenes that recall the early American West
Ancient icons and totemic imagery inspire Linda Raynolds’ sculpture
Ed Sandoval and Ann Huston observe the same people and places, but they each tell the stories of New Mexico in their own style
Painter Donna Clair has found peace and passion at home in Taos
Combining her passion for cats with a minimalist approach, Rosetta captures the essence of a predator.
Under Niagara, 1862 (chromolithograph) by Frederick Edwin Church By Gerald L. Carr Frederic Edwin Church [1826-1900] was the best-known student of Hudson River School founder Thomas Cole and one of the country’s preeminent painters of the New World. More than 40 paintings by Church are on view through January 3, 2001, at the Portland...
Jay J. Johnson’s acrylic paintings express an up-close-and-personal knowledge of nature