Lonely, arresting, fearless Crites’ subjects, as Thomas Moore writes, “lure the heart into profound imagination.”
A new book chronicles the two decades McGary has spent experiencing and depicting the intricate details of Plains Indian lifeways.
Kingery’s cross-cultural abstractions pulse with memories of life’s rhythms.
Luminous cast-glass sculptures by Latchezar Boyadjiev
Miguel Martinez paints mythical symbols of womanhood.
Exploring women's roles through art
By Donna Tennant All This Way for the Short Ride: Roughstock Sonnets, 1971-1996 Poems by Paul Zarzyski Photographs by Barbara Van Cleve First paired in the book called simply Roughstock Sonnets, poet and former bareback rider Paul Zarzyski and photographer Barbara Van Cleve (both from Montana) have produced 20 new poems and 35 photographs...
Iren Schio, Arland Ben, and T.M. Nicholas
Steve Hanks showcases 30 years of portraits at the annual Gilcrease Rendezvous
By Myrna Zanetell Frame House Gallery of Louisville, KY, began marketing the first limited-edition prints in 1967, and within a decade, sales of this innovative product had reached full stride. Robert Bateman, Terry Redlin and Bev Doolittle became a magical triad of offset lithographic print artists: Purchasing one of their images was like placing...