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...
Jerry Jordan's paintings recreate a quieter time
By Bonnie Gangelhoff ART EDUCATION: Bachelor of fine arts from Laguna College of Art and Design, Laguna Beach, CA. STYLE: Contemporary realism. MOST INTERESTING THING ABOUT THE WAY YOU WORK: The way my ideas are conceived. I like to describe it as a welling up out of life. I have a lexicon of memories,...
Taos artist Suzanne Wiggin creates intimate landscapes of large, moody scenes
The residents of a small village in northern Mexico produce a thin-walled, finely painted ceramic ware rivaling any handmade pottery in the world
Special Millennium Series
Max and Lynn Chennault have filled their Dallas abode and their Santa Fe adobe with art
Burt Horwitch’s collection of Native American art reflects the tutelage of his late sister-in-law, respected art dealer Elaine Horwitch
This month we spotlight Karen Vance, Jineen Griffith, and Elizabeth Locke
In his pastel still lifes, Robert Peterson distills objects to their essence