CLARK HULINGS By Bonnie Gangelhoff Rustic Italian villages. Bustling Parisian markets. Rural Mexican farmhouses. Clark Hulings’ paintings reflect his love of worldwide travel. On location, the peripatetic artist casts his creative eye on everyday scenes from the lives of ordinary people. Hulings’ long and successful career began in an unlikely fashion. He graduated from...
Pastelist Clark Mitchell renders landscapes that soothe the soul
David Riedel's still-life paintings reveal a subtle sense of movement, mystery, and depth
Ted Larsen takes risks in his pastel landscapes
Call of the wilderness
Works in bronze, steel, glass, and rock by 10 artists from across the country
A painting project focused on Santa Barbara’s land grant ranches
David Schwindt, Slopes on the Little Colorado, oil, 8 x 10. By Mary Jo Pitzl Take 15 artists. Insert in two rafts. Add easels, canvases, assorted oils, acrylics, and watercolors. Send them down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. After eight days, remove from river, stash paintings in backpacks, and hike eight miles...
Sausalito by Augustus Dunbier By James Turrell Forget Jeeves. Try Art! When it comes to asking a pesky question in the virtual world, many people go to www.askjeeves.com. But art aficionados take note: There’s a new, specialized site for your art-related questions. The Web site www.askart.com has information about more than 20,000 North American...