By Bonnie Gangelhoff For Charles Young Walls, one of the joys of art is to find intriguing objects to paint and then push his abilities and aesthetic sense to the highest level. “I don’t allow myself to stay safe artistically,” the Georgia-based artist says. In PERSIMMON AND BRONZE, he painted directly from life without...
Laura Robb captures the interplay between the subjects of her still-life paintings
Cowboy artist Gary Niblett paints stories of the Old West with compelling detail and authenticity
Transplanted Texans bring western art to Philadelphia
In the 1970s, Southwest Art forecast a booming market with no end in sight
For collectors Rich Schell and Greg Wragge, the focus is on art both at home and at work
By Donna Tennant Latin American Art in the 20th Century Edited by Edward J. Sullivan This is not your usual survey. When Edward J. Sullivan, professor of art at New York University, was invited to write a history of 20th-century Latin American art, he declined. Instead, seeking a truly Latin American viewpoint, he invited...
Ocean Sky VII #10 by Susan George By Devon Jackson SUSAN GEORGE’S PAINTINGS SHINE with a kind of sunlit nostalgia. Her renderings of oceans, beaches, and skies, saturated with color and radiant light, evoke pleasant memories and a sense of tranquility. George incorporates still lifes into her landscapes, too, with beach umbrellas, chaise lounges,...
Whether playful ravens or resting cows, sculptor Peter Woytuk finds freedom of expression in animal forms
Maryland sculptor Bart Walter captures the spirit and personality of wild animals