This month in Southwest Art we take you into the studios of three prominent artists and provide an in-depth look into the spaces where they create their work.
Colin Page paints landscapes in his loose, impressionistic style, most recently finding inspiration near his home in Maine. “We have beautiful woods, mountains, farms, working harbors, a rocky coast, and ocean views,” Page says.
The director of the Tacoma Art Museum on a landmark gift of important western art
The executive director of the Booth Western Art Museum prepares to host the 50th anniversary reunion of the Cowboy Artists of America
A visit with Julie Hansen at her studio in Kansas City, MO.
Landscape artist Brian Blood, a self-described “modern impressionist,” finds inspiration in his natural surroundings for his nationally acclaimed, award-winning oil paintings.
The collector launches a national event in support of representational art and artists
The owner of Sorrel Sky Gallery expands to Santa Fe with a fresh vision for the art world