David Johns takes an abstract approach to Native American art
The textures and light of rural countryside lure Orr to the farmlands and rivers of the Ozarks.
A contemporary artist’s journey
Traditional Navajo prayers and stories inspire this artist’s jewelry
Featured in 21 Under 31 in September 2003
Color, movement, and energy are tools of the trade for California artist Siddharth Parasnis
A major retrospective this fall at the National Museum of the American Indian celebrates the revolutionary and complex life and career of Fritz Scholder
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.
By Donna Tennant Crossing the Frontier: Photographs of the Developing West, 1849 to the Present By Sandra S. Phillips, Richard Rodriguez, Aaron Betsky and Eldridge M. Moores Published in conjunction with a traveling show organized by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, this book traces the tradition of landscape photography in the American West. […]