Painting comes naturally for wildlife artists Daniel and Adam Smith
JOHN NIETO By Bonnie Gangelhoff John Nieto has always brought a contemporary eye to classic western motifs. Whether portraying Native Americans or animals, his dramatic, often electric canvases make the viewer sit up and take notice. Nieto maintains that his art “is more the result of an emotional involvement with my subject matter than...
Four sculptors depict man and nature in the west leading the west
Tucson is home to some of the West’s best-known painters, whose work will be shown together in a museum setting for the first time.
With a wink and a nod to yesterday's masters, contemporary realists offer fresh perspectives on the traditional still-life, figurative, and landscape genres, altering our perceptions of the commonplace.
Pansies and Quince (detail) by Quang Ho, Winner of the Artists’ Choice Award at the Artists of America Exhibition Museum News Plans for the 2002 opening of the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC, are well underway. The new museum will chronicle and celebrate the history of more than 1,000 Native...
William Kalwick Jr., Ted Larsen, and Michael Albrechtsen
We focus on Michael Calles, Jeanette Le Grue, and George Strickland
Oreland Joe’s sculptures evoke the spirit of his people
A retrospective exhibit surveys the career of this Colorado watercolorist