Articles & Interviews

Here you’ll find art articles and art interviews on some of your favorite painters and sculptors of the West as well as upcoming artists. The editors of Southwest Art bring you in-depth art interviews and profiles, as well as behind-the-scenes tours of beautiful art studios and stories about current art events. Search for artists we’ve covered in the past, or discover new and emerging artists by checking back often to see the art articles we’ve added most recently!

Rodney Hubble, Harbor Lights at Dusk, oil, 30 x 36.

Artist of Note | Rodney Hubble

While Hubble experimented with many styles and techniques, his work soon became impressionistic, and he utilized a pure-color palette to draw out the jewel-toned hues in New Mexico’s atmosphere.
E.M. Rinchik, Monument Valley #1, oil, 18 x 24.

Artist of Note | E.M. Rinchik

When he first began, the artist included minute details in his scenes, utilizing techniques from the Hudson River School painters. But he was also drawn to impressionism and has gradually loosened his work and applied his scientific mind to color theory.