A Visit With Dan, John & Danny Mccaw at Their Studio in Torrance, CA
For this year’s interview issue, we selected four people in the world of western art who intrigued us: an artist with skyrocketing prices and popularity, a gallery owner finding innovative ways to do business, and two museum leaders whose institutions are mounting buzz-worthy exhibitions. Listen in on the conversations as we talk to these...
When Utah artist Kathryn Stats was a young girl, she recalls her mother offering a word of advice about career choices: Don’t become an artist. Very few people make a living at it, she warned. “Become a nurse or teacher, so you can always support your children if something happens to your husband,” she...
Meet 8 artists who make their homes in the Lone Star State.
Barbara Meikle infuses art with color and charisma
Meet 13 artists who focus on creatures great and small
When Carla Louise Paine moved into an old farmhouse, she never imagined that the objects inside would one day inspire her art.
Californian Kim VanDerHoek recalls that one of her college professors once asked the class to write an essay answering the question, “Where do you see yourself in 10 years?” VanDerHoek says a vision came to mind immediately: “I saw myself sitting in front of an easel, painting,” she says. “I’ve held onto that image...
Powerful, mysterious, and majestic are all words Karen Roehl uses to describe her subject matter of choice: the horse.
A VISIT WITH G. RUSSELL CASE AT HIS STUDIO IN BRIGHAM CITY, UT