Whether portraying a cactus garden, cloud study, or an old caboose, Clemens relishes recording the details, but he considers his style impressionistic realism.
Of Texas Rivers and Texas Art is a testament to the juxtaposed fragility and strength of these waterways through a newly published book and traveling art exhibition.
In a nod to women artists everywhere, the Desert Caballeros Western Museum celebrates women and their rightful place in the western art world with its annual Cowgirl Up! Art From the Other Half of the West show and sale next month.
Created in what he describes as a “contemporary realist” style, Tucker's works dynamically engage viewers by combining absolutely accurate renderings of his subjects with subtle impressionistic effects.
While LaRock seeks to relate the enduring principles of classical art, he also wants his works to appeal to contemporary sensibilities.
In this month’s special section on landscape painting, which starts on page 66, you’ll find many scenic views to peruse. And whether you share my appreciation for winter’s beauty or not, I hope you’ll share my admiration for the talent of these painters.
If there’s anywhere on Earth artists can go for a lifetime supply of inspiration, the Rocky Mountains are a good bet.
Chinnock still enjoys exploring the wilderness of his home state in every season, just as he did as a boy, but now he uses oil paints and a palette knife to portray its wide-ranging beauty.
The Russell, the museum’s annual fundraising event, comprises a monthlong art exhibition and a closing weekend full of auctions and other activities.
Arts at Denver hosts Dreaming in French, Dreaming of Love, beginning on Friday, February 10, with an artists’ reception from 5 to 9 p.m. All of the gallery’s 35 artists, including new recruits Scott Mattlin and Lindsey Bittner Graham, were invited to contribute pieces that capture the essence of France.