Under Niagara, 1862 (chromolithograph) by Frederick Edwin Church By Gerald L. Carr Frederic Edwin Church [1826-1900] was the best-known student of Hudson River School founder Thomas Cole and one of the country’s preeminent painters of the New World. More than 40 paintings by Church are on view through January 3, 2001, at the Portland...
Jay J. Johnson’s acrylic paintings express an up-close-and-personal knowledge of nature
California artist Matthew Peak creates dreamy worlds where fairies and crescent moons collide
California artist Taylor Montague
Western art in the 1980s
American artists and gallery owners are living the good life in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Sculptors work hand in hand with foundry artisans
The Bellevue Art Museum in Bellevue, WA, has broken ground on a new facility. The new 36,000-square-foot, three-story museum is scheduled to open in January 2001 in downtown Bellevue.
Joe Brubaker's haunting mixed-media sculptures are intrinstic to his lifestyle.
By Wolf Schneider
Daniel Sprick finds inspiration in the everyday world