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...
Novelist James Michener and his wife, Mari, donated a major collection of American art to the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, TX.
A new book honors highly regarded wildlife painter Lanford Monroe (1950-2000)
James Zar, Christopher Reilly, Ron Hicks, and Rodolfo Rivademar
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
The East Coast painter who made Yellowstone famous 125 years ago