FALL JEWELS, OIL, 6 X 16 By Devon Jackson “I get hung up on details—that’s very relaxing to me,” laughs H.L. “Erin” Harnett. “And I try always to put imperfections into my paintings. Like in FALL JEWELS, the leaves are brown and spotted, and the persimmons are ripe and have lots of divots and...
From Chairs to Mares: A Sculptor is Born
In the Studio May 2001
Barbara Rogers’ micro-landscapes combine the beauty and drama of the natural world
California painter Stephen P. Curry strives to integrate his respect for traditional oil painting with his love of abstraction
It took years for figurative sculptor Jeannine Young to find her niche, but she believes that things work out when they’re supposed to
Lindsay Goodwin’s interior and architectural scenes are infused with lush romanticism
Six western painters approach the landscape from unusual angles
Washington's Brad Rude sculpts familiar animals in surreal situations. Rude's work is somewhere between western realism, abstract openness, and “The Twilight Zone.”
By Bonnie Gangelhoff In GLOBE, Allen Garns offers viewers a portrayal of an old movie theater in downtown Los Angeles. The painting sprung from reference photographs and drawings he had made and saved 20 years ago. “I have a real feeling for L.A. because I used to visit my father at the fire department...