A major retrospective this fall at the National Museum of the American Indian celebrates the revolutionary and complex life and career of Fritz Scholder
The judges of Oil Painters of America focus on time-honored standards.
Artists Kathleen Kinkopf and Enrico Embroli have created a stunning spot in which to work and live
Daniel Morper portrays the haunting places where mankind, nature, and machine converge
Navajo potter Wallace Nez Jr. transforms bare earth into beauty
Terrol Dew Johnson Tohono O’odham basket maker
In bronzes finished with exotic patinas, Robert Deurloo takes a fresh look at all kinds of creatures
Utah artist James Randle
By Norman Koplas When regarding Suchitra Bhosle’s self-assured oil portraits and figures, which are distinguished by their glowing palette, exquisite brushwork, and relaxed yet perfectly balanced composition, it’s mind-boggling to learn that the 33-year-old artist began her serious fine-art studies less than eight years ago. RED SCARF, OIL, 16 X 20 Born and raised...