G. HARVEY By Norman Koplas Whether he’s sculpting, painting rollicking frontier scenes, or creating luminous canvases and prints, G. Harvey is an expert at harnessing the particular power art possesses to tell stories. Doing so has been a lifelong pursuit. “I always loved to sketch, draw, whittle, and carve,” says the artist, who was...
Watercolorist Teal Blake draws on his experiences as a cowboy, rodeo rider, and son of the West
The mountains and forests of the West inspire Sallie K. Smith's landscapes
Scott Myers finds his artistic niche painting modern-day ranch hands
Zig Jackson, an accomplished photographer explores Native traditions and identity
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
Preston Singletary fuses his Tlingit heritage with an eye for innovative glass art