By Bonnie Gangelhoff A trip to the local dump was all it took to get Deon Matzen inspired to create DIAMOND T TANKER II. The Washington artist recalls the day she brought some cardboard there for recycling and spotted the colorful truck. “Everything usually turns green and gets covered in moss here,” Matzen says....
By Bonnie Gangelhoff When Jeremy Lipking first appeared in Southwest Art in 2001, he was creating a major buzz among Southern California gallerists and artists. Some were comparing the young Californian to a modern-day John Singer Sargent. Lipking was a mere 26 years old at the time. His career has continued to flourish, and...
From the Grand Canyon to the Sonoran Desert, the Johnston collection captures the region
A new exhibit documents the recent resurgence of representational art in Southern California
Steve Hanks showcases 30 years of portraits at the annual Gilcrease Rendezvous
By Myrna Zanetell Frame House Gallery of Louisville, KY, began marketing the first limited-edition prints in 1967, and within a decade, sales of this innovative product had reached full stride. Robert Bateman, Terry Redlin and Bev Doolittle became a magical triad of offset lithographic print artists: Purchasing one of their images was like placing...
The new book Partners in Art celebrates the creative collaboration of Rebecca Tobey and her late husband, Gene
On Location with Jeanne Mackenzie in Rocky Mountain National Park
Exploring the Southwest Through New Eyes
Texas painter George Hallmark establishes more mood and emotion in his paintings of weathered buildings than many artists show in human portraits