In our September issue, we introduce you to five painters who depict boats large and small in their work. These artists are often inspired by time spent in beautiful waterfront towns–from Washington state to Florida to Maryland.
Tom Perkinson’s romanticized landscapes conjure the spirit of his adopted New Mexico homeland
Wildlife sculptor Tim Shinabarger moves to the next level of enjoyment and exploration with his art
Focus on the figure
Casting a nostalgic eye
A VISIT WITH ROBERT C. JACKSON AT HIS STUDIO IN KENNETT SQUARE, PA | “I rent space in an old 1925 American Legion building,” Jackson says. “It has wooden floors, plaster walls, and high ceilings. It’s not big, but I’m comfortable here. It’s coming up on six years that I have been here, so it has slowly transformed into a home for me.”
For as long as he can remember, Los Angeles-based painter Ezra Suko has been intrigued by the natural world. Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, Suko loved exploring the Cascade Mountains and the forests close to his home in Gig Harbor, WA.
Connecting with the human figure
David Jonason captures the southwestern landscape with a bold new visual vocabulary
September Vhay strips away the excess to focus on serenity and beauty