Chad Poppleton captures the beauty of animals in the wilderness.
The subjects in her portraits often stare out of the canvas, beckoning viewers to glimpse their souls. For Southern California painter Andrea Mosley, that’s exactly her artistic intent. “Each face has a unique story to tell, and that story is found in the subject’s expression, specifically through their eyes,” Mosley says. “It’s been said...
Andre Kohn conjures curiosity and wonder from everyday moments.
Jane K. Starks helps us look closely at the landscape.
Donna Howell-Sickles reimagines the cowgirl as a super-woman for every era.
Israeli artist Yael Maimon was reluctantly heading down a career path in psychology when she experienced a life-changing moment. One day, acting on a whim, she bought a plane ticket to Rome with a singular mission—to see the Sistine Chapel. When she got home, she knew it was time to put her psychology degree...
Meet 8 artists who call New Mexico home.
Meet 6 artists who hail from the Rocky Mountain region.
Frederic Remington’s Vision of the “Men with the Bark On” By Ron Tyler This story was featured in the July 2016 issue of Southwest Art magazine. Get the Southwest Art July 2016 print issue or digital download now–then subscribe to Southwest Art and never miss another story. Frederic Remington has long been something of a puzzle for admirers...
A visit with Teresa Elliott at her studio in Alpine, TX.