Jill Hackney serendipitously discovered her unique style of painting in 2004. After shaving down some cheap bristle brushes, she noticed the odd way the paint traveled across the canvas. “I’d see these streaks happening, and I thought, ‘What if I did a whole painting like this, with all the brush strokes only going in...
Michelle Torrez's figures move with expressive energy
Bold brushwork animates Doug Braithwaite’s paintings
Works in bronze and stone by 10 artists from across the country
Looking at Prints
Nine artists explore this unique medium
By Albert Handell and Anita Louise West
Pastel does not refer to pale colors, as the word is commonly used in the fashion and...
Six signature members of the Outdoor Painters Society find inspiration in the Lone Star State
Mary Qian, Charles Waldman, and Jerry Greenberg
A Passion for the Pacific Coast
Embracing the unpredictable