Taos artist Suzanne Wiggin creates intimate landscapes of large, moody scenes
Murals bring Fine Art to the People
A new exhibit documents the recent resurgence of representational art in Southern California
In Memoriam David Usher David Usher, 57, chairman of The Greenwich Workshop, Shelton, CT, died March 15 in a canoeing accident on Long Island Sound. Usher co-founded the company in 1972; today it publishes limited-edition prints by artists such as Bev Doolittle, Don Crowley, Howard Terpning and Stephen Lyman as well as fine-art books...
A Girl Reading by Pierre-Auguste Renoir Museum News The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, has named Jeremy Strick as its new director. Strick was the curator of 20th-century painting and sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago, where he organized numerous exhibits, including In the Light of Italy: Corot and Early Open-Air Painting...
Morgan Weistling, Denis Milhomme, Nancy Bush, and Heidi Pollard
Jesus Bautista By Bonnie Gangelhoff While some artists refer to their studios as quiet sanctuaries, the workspace of Texas sculptor Jesús Bautista Moroles is the polar opposite of a peaceful retreat. On any given weekday shrill sounds from two industrial-strength diamond saws pierce the air of Moroles’ studio, located three hours south of Houston....
In his pastel still lifes, Robert Peterson distills objects to their essence
Utah painter Andrzej Skorut expresses his emotions in his serene landscapes
Oklahoma artist Brent Greenwood connects with his Indian heritage in a contemporary way