G. HARVEY By Norman Koplas Whether he’s sculpting, painting rollicking frontier scenes, or creating luminous canvases and prints, G. Harvey is an expert at harnessing the particular power art possesses to tell stories. Doing so has been a lifelong pursuit. “I always loved to sketch, draw, whittle, and carve,” says the artist, who was...
Watercolorist Teal Blake draws on his experiences as a cowboy, rodeo rider, and son of the West
The mountains and forests of the West inspire Sallie K. Smith's landscapes
Scott Myers finds his artistic niche painting modern-day ranch hands
Zig Jackson, an accomplished photographer explores Native traditions and identity
in the museums
Meet seven artists who have been an integral part of Indian Market for decades
Despite its improbable name and location, the Old Jail Art Center in tiny Albany, TX, attracts thousands of art lovers
By Donna Tennant Artists of Utah By Robert S. Olpin, William C. Seifrit, and Vern G. Swanson This coffee-table book details the many painters, sculptors, photographers, architects, and craftspeople who have inhabited Utah at one time or another. It is the latest installment from the three scholars who contributed to the original Dictionary of...