By Bonnie Gangelhoff Soon Warren says she spotted the bicycle she eventually depicted in LEFT IT ALONE on a recent summer trip to Whistler Mountain in Canada. The bicycle was lying on the ground next to a bike rack, as if someone forgot to put it in the right place. For Warren, the shadows...
By Bonnie Gangelhoff One of the first things a viewer notices about Joshua Tobey’s animal sculptures is that they often emanate an almost human-like sense of humor. His bronze bear cubs are reminiscent of playful toddlers, and his bunnies can take on the demeanor of a gangly teenager slouched on the floor. Tobey didn’t...
Focus on what's remarkable, and the rest drops away
Western art in the 1940s Proud Legacy: 150 Years of Western Art
searching for modern metaphors
For collectors Rich Schell and Greg Wragge, the focus is on art both at home and at work
Focus on artists David Marty, Laura Griffith, and James Randle
Taylor uses the human form as a vehicle for commenting upon the human condition.
Colorado artist Christopher Owen Nelson
ALYCE FRANK By Norman Koplas Southwestern landscapes by Alyce Frank boldly demand attention with heightened, often unrealistic colors and flattened perspectives that sometimes cross the line into abstract expressionism. The result feels as if she has captured on canvas the emotional impact of a scene, unfiltered by what the human eye or brain perceives....