In a can’t-miss show opening this month at Gerald Peters Gallery, five artists at the top of their game capture the old and new American West as they explore western themes and myths in their signature styles and mediums.
While his style is reminiscent of impressionism, Dennis Heckler's treatment of each work evokes a specific place and a specific feeling.
Sculptor William Carrington has a special bond with the animals around his home in Texas—particularly the jackrabbits.
The show features about 20 pieces that depict wildlife, food, clothing, history, and more. Melinda K. Hall is dedicated to understanding the world of New Mexico, and she conducted extensive research regarding each individual subject.
Lauren Tilden seeks to capture frank, unembellished portraits of humanity, and the tonalist landscapes in her works often play a supporting role.
The gallery is filled with new paintings from acclaimed New Mexico artist John Nieto, who scales the heights of Cubism in a special tribute to the great Pablo Picasso.
As Daniel Marshall works both locally and abroad, his painterly watercolors reveal a distinctive mix of classic and modern influences.
Some of Mother Nature’s finest offerings are on display this month at Manitou Galleries on Canyon Road, where new wildlife sculptures and oil paintings by artist and nature lover Jim Eppler take the spotlight.
Condrat’s take on today’s western landscape is not only original but unusually open to wide-ranging interpretations.