By Devon Jackson Colorado painter Malcolm Bryan mentored Susan Evans and guided her early on in the ways of still lifes in oil, but she needed no tutoring in drawing or composition. That’s because Evans, born in 1952 in Shreveport, LA, had worked as a commercial artist for nearly 20 years by the time...
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...
On Location with Scott Prior at San Diego's Sunset Cliffs Beach
Terri Hallman’s playful paintings and figurative sculptures continually lead her to new places
Creating The Image Of a Mythic American West
Andi Mascareñas travels motivate the sculptures she creates in her Colorado studio
Featured in 21 under 31 in September 2003
Santa Fe artist Robert Striffolino paints landscapes that reach toward the edge of abstraction
DAVID LEFFEL By Bonnie Gangelhoff When looking at a still life or portrait by David Leffel, there is the sense that one has stepped back in time to the era of Rembrandt and the Dutch masters. A Leffel piece emanates the same high drama of chiaroscuro—the theatrics of light and shadow employed by masterful...