A Sense of Place Early Texas artists offer a complex portrait of the Lone Star landscape
Every year SWAIA honors several artists for their outstanding contributions
Pansies and Quince (detail) by Quang Ho, Winner of the Artists’ Choice Award at the Artists of America Exhibition Museum News Plans for the 2002 opening of the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC, are well underway. The new museum will chronicle and celebrate the history of more than 1,000 Native...
William Kalwick Jr., Ted Larsen, and Michael Albrechtsen
We focus on Michael Calles, Jeanette Le Grue, and George Strickland
In the Studio May 2001
Ocean Sky VII #10 by Susan George By Devon Jackson SUSAN GEORGE’S PAINTINGS SHINE with a kind of sunlit nostalgia. Her renderings of oceans, beaches, and skies, saturated with color and radiant light, evoke pleasant memories and a sense of tranquility. George incorporates still lifes into her landscapes, too, with beach umbrellas, chaise lounges,...
Whether playful ravens or resting cows, sculptor Peter Woytuk finds freedom of expression in animal forms
Maryland sculptor Bart Walter captures the spirit and personality of wild animals
David Ligare combines ancient myths with contemporary California landscapes