Author Archives: Southwest Art

The Jolly Joker & the Gentle Giant by Amy Lind

Artist to Watch: Amy Lind

Amy Lind, 27, knows how to create a real circus. Recently the Los Angeles artist displayed her paintings depicting clowns, trapeze artists, and men on stilts in a show at Robert Lange Studios in Charleston, SC. Gallery visitors probably didn’t realize the great lengths Amy went to in order to acquire authentic reference material...

T.V. by Nat Meade

Froelick Gallery Pops Up in Palm Springs

For one month only Froelick Gallery in Portland, OR, takes over a space in Palm Springs, CA, in conjunction with the annual Palm Springs Modernism Week. The gallery pops up in the Southern California desert city on February 3 with a show of works inspired by mid-century arts and culture. Fourteen gallery artists are...

A Glimpse of Lake Gadsby (oil, 32 x 42) by Skip Whitcomb

Top Awards At Coors Show

The 2011 annual Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale kicked off in Denver this week. The Red Carpet Reception held on Wednesday night featured paintings and sculptures by 61 top artists, mainly based in the West. On opening night Colorado’s Skip Whitcomb stood before his landscape painting, A Glimpse of Lake Gadsby, and beamed....

Voice of the Tiger by Terry Strickland at Charleston's Robert Lange Studios

Charleston Rolls Out the Red Carpet

Charleston, SC, regularly makes the top ten lists for great vacation places—mossy Lowcountry terrain, pristine sandy beaches, and great restaurants where a bowl of She-crab soup is served with a cruet of sherry. But never mind the beaches and the bistros. After visiting this past weekend, art lovers should consider Charleston as a fabulous...