In our February issue, we meet 11 painters who focus on the landscape and the natural wonders of the world.
Meet landscape artist Travis Walker who calls Jackson, WY, home. The scenic town nestled in the shadow of the Grand Tetons inspires him on a daily basis. He has a passion for painting on location and a mission to capture a sense of place that is unique to Jackson.
Pauline Roche honors the creative process and is fast becoming known for works depicting people involved in artistic pursuits. Such works offer Roche the chance to capture people enthralled and in the moment, she says.
Josh Clare speaks of beginning to discover a distinctive style of translating visual beauty—and, he believes, spiritual truth—into a language of paint. He has gained a growing collector following and won a number of awards, including first and second place, artists’ choice, and best of show, at plein-air invitational and juried exhibitions around the West.
Artist Robert Louis Caldwell expresses a lifelong love of nature in his drawings and paintings.
Contemporary eye on the still life
Capturing faces with character
A VISIT WITH STAR LIANA YORK AT HER STUDIO IN ABIQUIU, NM. “I chose this ranch much because it is right across from the Santa Fe National Forest and near spectacular and colorful country, with everything from tall pine forests to wide-open canyons,” York says.
Painter David Mensing expresses the landscape as the work of the divine.
Meet Tennessee-based artist Camille Engel who will be showing her award winning paintings at the Birds in Art show at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, WI.