Oklahoma artist Brent Greenwood connects with his Indian heritage in a contemporary way
A new Henry Moore retrospective travels the country
Wendeline Matson’s innovative still lifes are more complex than they first appear
Melissa Chandon's minimalist yet sophisticated paintings depict 20th-century Americana
Utah artist Annie Henrie
Kent Ullberg's wildlife monuments rise as totems to modern life
By Bonnie Gangelhoff When Bryan Mark Taylor was growing up in Utah, backpacking, fishing, and camping in the mountains were an important part of his life. Reflecting back on those times, Taylor says he has no doubt that today his love of painting outdoors is tied to the warm memories associated with these childhood...
By Bonnie Gangelhoff Even in his youth, Jeff Legg was drawn to an Old World style of art apprenticeship, absorbing all he could on a one-to-one basis from an artist mentor—in his case, art professor Darrell Dishman in Legg’s home state of Missouri. The young painter later went on to complete demanding classical drawing...
Although their styles and techniques differ widely, sculptors Bob Boomer, J. Chester Armstrong, Greg Woodard, and Leo E. Osborne are all seduced by the beauty of wood
By Bonnie Gangelhoff, Kristin Bucher, Margaret L. Brown On the occasion of Southwest Art’s 30th anniversary, we take a fond look back at what has transpired in these pages over the past 360 issues. We begin with a decade-by-decade chronicle of the development of the magazine and the art market over the last 30...