David Schwindt, Slopes on the Little Colorado, oil, 8 x 10. By Mary Jo Pitzl Take 15 artists. Insert in two rafts. Add easels, canvases, assorted oils, acrylics, and watercolors. Send them down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. After eight days, remove from river, stash paintings in backpacks, and hike eight miles...
This month we spotlight Karen Vance, Jineen Griffith, and Elizabeth Locke
Finding inspiration everywhere, C.C. Barton creates delicate hand-colored etchings.
A new series by Oklahoma painter Mike Larsen documents Native American tribal cultures
Conversations with an up-and-coming still-life artist
Native son Ray Roberts paints the California landscape
Myth and metaphor influence Jean Richardson’s modern renditions of the horse
Jim Vilona's sculptures encourage viewer interaction
Balancing Two Worlds