An Artful Summer in Utah
By Bonnie Gangelhoff While this issue is dedicated to all women in the arts, we’ve singled out five in particular as our first-ever Notable Women of the Year. Our honorees are Anne Marion, founder of the new Georgia O’Keeffe Museum; Elaine Adams, who has been instrumental in reviving the 88-year-old California Art Club; Charles...
An exhibit explores the beauty and meanings of this traditional art form
The Bellevue Art Museum in Bellevue, WA, has broken ground on a new facility. The new 36,000-square-foot, three-story museum is scheduled to open in January 2001 in downtown Bellevue.
Peterson Yazzie, a Navajo painter takes a contemporary approach to traditional subject matter
River Dance, oil, 70 x 80. By Sally Eauclaire “To make a mark in the art world you have to do something outlandishly spectacular,” says Ethelinda, a painter with a flair for scale and spectacle. Best known for her life-size portraits of Native Americans wearing ceremonial dress, she also paints spirited Appaloosa horses and...
Cowboy Artist Wayne Baize finds inspiration on his West Texas ranch
By Anne Hillerman Traditional Jewelry Vernon Haskie, 14k gold bracelet inlaid with red coral . Jessie and Paul Rosetta Husband-and-wife artists Jessie and Paul Rosetta are known for their heishi—traditional Santo Domingo Pueblo-style drilled stone and shell jewelry. While many jewelers work with shell, the Rosettas are among the few who start with whole...
The Eiteljorg Museum honors Howard Terpning with a major retrospective exhibition
California sculptor Aiko Morioka's flowing figures capture the human spirit