By Donna Tennant Crossing the Frontier: Photographs of the Developing West, 1849 to the Present By Sandra S. Phillips, Richard Rodriguez, Aaron Betsky and Eldridge M. Moores Published in conjunction with a traveling show organized by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, this book traces the tradition of landscape photography in the American...
By Donna Tennant Susan Bennerstrom Essays by Robin Updike, Rod Slemmons, and Sarah Clark-Langager Susan Bennerstrom’s pastels speak the language of light and mystery. In addition to her art studies at Western Washington University and the University of California at Berkeley, the Seattle native has traveled extensively through the United States and Europe. Drawing...
Jeff Chapman-Crane, Lani Vlaanderen, and Dennis Doheny
Until a few years ago, Carolyn Meyer was best known for her landscapes of Napa Valley that show the vineyards and fields with an abstracted, almost cubist pattern. Living in rural northern Marin County and often painting en plein air, she had one particular place she favored for a heightened...
The founder of Tamarind talks about the history and future of lithography
Michael Ome Untiedt wields a metaphorical paintbrush
Laura Robb, it's a true artist who designs her whole house around three windows that allow the perfect light into her studio.
Colorado artist Dan Beck finds parallel's between music and his figurative artworks
Ceramic sculpture rich with symbolism
Kent Ullberg's masterful wildlife sculptures reflect his lifelong love of nature