Taylor uses the human form as a vehicle for commenting upon the human condition.
Colorado artist Christopher Owen Nelson
ALYCE FRANK By Norman Koplas Southwestern landscapes by Alyce Frank boldly demand attention with heightened, often unrealistic colors and flattened perspectives that sometimes cross the line into abstract expressionism. The result feels as if she has captured on canvas the emotional impact of a scene, unfiltered by what the human eye or brain perceives....
By Bonnie Gangelhoff ART EDUCATION: I took art lessons in elementary, middle, and high school. When I graduated from college, I became a second-grade teacher. But then I started studying art with Denise Mahlke. I’m moving to New York to study at Water Street Atelier in a four-year program. STYLE: Realism. MOST INTERESTING THING...
The residents of a small village in northern Mexico produce a thin-walled, finely painted ceramic ware rivaling any handmade pottery in the world
Special Millennium Series
Max and Lynn Chennault have filled their Dallas abode and their Santa Fe adobe with art
Burt Horwitch’s collection of Native American art reflects the tutelage of his late sister-in-law, respected art dealer Elaine Horwitch
Meredith Long (right) and fellow honoree Bettye Fitzpatrick Recognition The 23rd annual New Mexico Governor’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts were presented on December 4 to Ted Egri (sculpture), Margaret Lefranc (painting) and Luis Tapia (sculpture and woodcarving). Anne and John Marion, founders of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum scheduled to open in Santa...
Matt Smith paints landscape scenes devoid of human presence