By Bonnie Gangelhoff Spooky, funny, beautiful—these are the adjectives California artist Susan Driscoll uses to describe her subject matter of choice. Driscoll has a bachelor’s degree in English from California State University at Fullerton but began taking painting classes seven years ago at Santa Ana College. “I always wanted to take art classes, and...
Wilson Hurley’s large-scale murals at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame are being reproduced on canvas
11 galleries present their most popular print artists print report
To celebrate the holiday season, we've rounded up some of the country's top miniatures shows, from Arizona to Oklahoma and places in between, where you can find affordable artwork to add to your own collection, or better yet, give as a gift.
Two for the Show by Robert Broshears Recognition On May 22 the Southwest Association for Indian Arts awarded 1998 Lifetime Achievement Awards to four artists: potters Marie Z. Chino and Helen Cordero, painter and sculptor Woodrow Wilson “Woody” Crumbo, and painter Carl N. Gorman. At the Spokane Western Art Show, WA, in March, Robert...
Santiago Perez’s quirky narratives come from deeply experiencing life and art.
After years in Jim Henson’s Creature Shop, Peter Brooke turns his talent to fine art
Exploring Augustus Dunbier’s Life and Art
Linda Kyser Smith finds endless fascination in portraying the inner thoughts and outer charms of women
Featured in 21 Under 31 in September 2003