Larsen’s career as an artist has spanned more than 40 years. Although his subject matter includes landscapes and religious topics, he is most celebrated for his paintings, murals, and life-size bronze sculptures depicting American Indian culture, especially that of his own Chickasaw Nation heritage.
Meet Montreal-based painter Marina Dieul. Born in France and having studied art there at L’École des Beaux-Arts and Studio Escalier, she has been inspired by an unlikely source-invading household pests. Read more about her animal series as well as her award-winning portraits that feature the human species.
With growth of the annual event prompting a move this year to a larger venue, additional attractions are set to engage new, younger collectors and make The Russell even more exciting and diverse.
In our March portfolio we meet 12 artists who are inspired by the many creatures of the earth.
Arizona-based painter Charles Pabst became fascinated with the natural beauty of the planet at a very early age. Today he continues to travel the world, observing and photographing the landscapes and culture of the people, caching away memories that will later inspire his paintings.
Great Falls, MT
A visit with Andrea Kemp at her studio in Golden, CO. “My studio is fairly clean, which helps me to stay focused,” Kemp says. “I work best with minimalist surroundings.”
Jackson & Scottsdale
March 17-April 5
Capturing the essence of things
March 1-April 13