Steven Graber’s charcoal images evoke a feeling of timelessness
From traditional to cutting edge, Indian art is growing in value and diversity
Eight artists focus their attention on fruits and veggies.
five artists celebrate the season with paintings of the western landscape
Two for the Show by Robert Broshears Recognition On May 22 the Southwest Association for Indian Arts awarded 1998 Lifetime Achievement Awards to four artists: potters Marie Z. Chino and Helen Cordero, painter and sculptor Woodrow Wilson “Woody” Crumbo, and painter Carl N. Gorman. At the Spokane Western Art Show, WA, in March, Robert...
Jesus Bautista By Bonnie Gangelhoff While some artists refer to their studios as quiet sanctuaries, the workspace of Texas sculptor Jesús Bautista Moroles is the polar opposite of a peaceful retreat. On any given weekday shrill sounds from two industrial-strength diamond saws pierce the air of Moroles’ studio, located three hours south of Houston....
The East Coast painter who made Yellowstone famous 125 years ago
Plein-air painter Carole Cooke loves nothing more than being outdoors, doing things her own way
Following His Passion For Painting