A Visit With Phyllis Kapp at Her Studio in Santa Fe, NM
Sarah Siltala has a special fondness for birds, noting that each feathered creature reveals its distinct personality as she paints it, becoming a reflection of the meditative act of painting, the New Mexico artist says.
The charming side of life
This essay by Timothy J. Standring is excerpted and adapted with the permission of the Denver Art Museum. This publication accompanies the exhibition Daniel Sprick’s Fictions: Recent Work, on view at the Denver Art Museum from June 29 through November 2.
Capturing a sense of place
Stacey Peterson’s art brought her back to the Colorado mountains she loves
Gladys Roldan-de-Moras follows her heart to create beauty in a wanting world
Camille Przewodek has spent more than three decades assiduously learning what to do with colors, especially when she’s painting those she sees in the open air and she proudly describes herself as a “plein-air colorist.”
A visit with William Whitaker at his studio in Provo, UT
Vincent Xeus' chiaroscuro style is reminiscent of paintings by 17th-century Dutch masters like Rembrandt and Vermeer. But Xeus is quick to point out that there are other strong influences at play, such as works by contemporary masters Gerhard Richter, Odd Nerdrum, Francis Bacon, and Antonio López Garcia.