By Bonnie Gangelhoff Talk about dedication to authenticity: California painter Meadow Gist not only paints scenes from U.S. history, especially the era of the American Revolution, but she also sews all the costumes for her models. “It helps me relate to the times,” she says. In the past three years, Gist has made about...
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What We All Have in Common, colored pencil, 16 1/2 x 22 1/2 Linda Lucas Hardy “We really are a strange section of the art world, us colored-pencil people,” admits Linda Lucas Hardy with a laugh. “And it is tedious, but we love it.” Hovering somewhere between photorealism and the old masters, Hardy’s colored-pencil...
By Jennifer F. Cook A retrospective exhibition of more than 185 works from Gene Kloss’ 60-year career, A Kloss Celebration: Prints, Paintings, and Poetry, is on view through November 28 at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center in Pueblo, CO. Self-Portrait and the Golden Gate , drypoint, 14 x 11. Courtesy Gallery A, Taos,...