The show features 125 works ranging widely in subject matter by artists working in 30 states as well as Canada, Malaysia, and China.
David Knowlton and Martha Kellar, the two artists showcased this month at Sorrel Sky Gallery in Santa Fe, highlight that contrast on scales large and small.
Although the past year has brought great loss to Lewis’ life—including the deaths of her husband, adoptive father, and three close friends—the artist finds and expresses qualities of serenity, hopefulness, and even gentle humor through her art.
Perched in the heartland of America just north of Oklahoma City, the community of 90,000 people boasts nearly 200 public artworks on display throughout the town.
Body recently garnered top awards for two of her Chicago cityscapes in Paint Your City, an international painting competition in Los Angeles, and last year she received an honorable mention from the American Women Artists for a scene set in San Francisco’s Chinatown.
The main event happens on Saturday, October 21, along historic Canyon Road, but the festivities commence the day before, when visitors can view artists’ demonstrations as they stroll down the shady half-mile lane lined with galleries, boutiques, and world-class restaurants.
Lorenze seeks interesting contrasts in color, shape, and texture when selecting objects for her still-life ensembles, frequently matching up disparate duos like a rustic copper kettle and an Oriental porcelain teapot.
The seventh annual Cowboy Crossings show kicks off at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum this month with the opening of two premier western art exhibitions and sales.
As it has over the past few years, the show continues to grow in both size and reach. Cathy Hegman, Kathleen Ballard, and M.E. Bailey, a past president of the organization, juried the exhibition from 980 entries.
Entitled Fleeting Light: First and Last Light Over the Texas Landscape, the exhibition features many works that have never been on view before, including about a dozen new paintings and works on loan from private collections.