Four sculptors depict man and nature in the west leading the west
Tucson is home to some of the West’s best-known painters, whose work will be shown together in a museum setting for the first time.
With a wink and a nod to yesterday's masters, contemporary realists offer fresh perspectives on the traditional still-life, figurative, and landscape genres, altering our perceptions of the commonplace.
Dance of the Aveye and the Thunderbird by Pablita Velarde, Visions & Voices. By Donna Tennant An impressive number of books about Native Americans have been published in the past several years. They come in every size, from a pocket book on sacred symbols to a coffee-table book on the Haida peoples of the...
Kathy Beekman evokes the spare landscapes of Edward Hopper
Combining a love of art and the outdoors
Artists Kathleen Kinkopf and Enrico Embroli have created a stunning spot in which to work and live
Pam Ingalls infuses everyday scenes with color and light
There’s a whole black-and-white world underneath a colorful painting
With 13 one-man shows this year and counting, this Texas sculptor is constantly on the move