An imaginative cast of animals, people, and symbols populate Will Pope's postmodern landscapes
Nicholas Coleman finds his voice as a western and wildlife artist
Matthew Higginbotham's landscapes convey his emotional response to the natural world
By Norman Kolpas Joseph Lorusso had been painting full time for just two years when he was featured in the October 2000 issue of Southwest Art. Then 34 years old, the Chicago-born artist, a graduate of that city’s American Academy of Art and of the Kansas City Art Institute, had worked...
Pokey Park's fantastical figures reflect her multicultural interests
Robert Highsmith's subtle paintings capture New Mexico in a different light
Tom Gilleon paints iconic images of the Old West
Lael Weyenberg's life and paintings reflect a path of creative choices
Rod Zullo's sculptures reflect his lifelong love for animals and art
By Norman Koplas All her life, Elizabeth Pruitt has had “a love affair” with flowers. “My mother had a rose garden at our house in Salt Lake City,” she recalls. “And my strongest memories are of walking with both my grandmothers at our cabin above Park City, picking wildflowers. I still...