A Glance to the Past by Dan Garrett Transitions Richard J. Schwartz has been elected chair of the National Museum of American Art Commission, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, effective January 1, 1997. The commission was established in 1921 as an advisory board for the museum. Tidbits The California Art Club has sent out a...
Jeff Aeling, Bill Inman, and Jove Wang
On Location with Rusty Jones in McKinney, TX
Margaretta Gilboy expresses her relationship to the world in watercolor still lifes obsessed with pattern, form, and color
After years in Jim Henson’s Creature Shop, Peter Brooke turns his talent to fine art
Exploring Augustus Dunbier’s Life and Art
Linda Kyser Smith finds endless fascination in portraying the inner thoughts and outer charms of women
Featured in 21 Under 31 in September 2003
Arizona artist Phil Beck specialized in Native American portraits and scenes of the ranching life
ROBERT SHUFELT By Bonnie Gangelhoff A wizard with a pencil, Robert “Shoofly” Shufelt captures the flavor of ranching life in today’s West. Schufelt’s cowboys rope, ride, and straddle saddles as they herd their bovine charges. His starkly beautiful black-and-white graphite drawings of working ranch hands evoke a sense of the past and a way...