By Bonnie Gangelhoff Don Sahli began his formal art education at the University of Texas in 1981, but one year later a meeting with renowned Russian colorist Sergei Bongart proved life-changing. At Bongart’s invitation, Sahli moved to California and became the master artist’s last apprentice. Today, the Colorado-based artist doesn’t hesitate in saying that the […]
A series explores every nook and cranny
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 art […]
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 point of view.
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