Meet 13 artists who focus on creatures great and small
Gracing our cover this month is a truly masterful painting by Walter Ufer called INDIAN ENTERTAINER, which was painted in 1926 and sold at auction by Bonhams last April for just over a million dollars
When Carla Louise Paine moved into an old farmhouse, she never imagined that the objects inside would one day inspire her art.
Californian Kim VanDerHoek recalls that one of her college professors once asked the class to write an essay answering the question, “Where do you see yourself in 10 years?” VanDerHoek says a vision came to mind immediately: “I saw myself sitting in front of an easel, painting,” she says. “I’ve held onto that image...
Powerful, mysterious, and majestic are all words Karen Roehl uses to describe her subject matter of choice: the horse.
On Saturday, February 27, ARTsmart New Mexico presents its 19th annual February fundraising weekend, with an Art of Home Tour and its 25th anniversary dinner and auction.
This month InSight Gallery has gathered three international artists—Tibor Nagy, Jeremy Browne, and Mark Laguë—to present a spectrum of perspectives on contemporary landscapes.
When an artist experiences the Hawaiian island of Maui for the first time, its exquisite beauty is seen with fresh eyes. That’s sure to be the case at this month’s Maui Plein Air Painting Invitational, which takes place February 13-21 in Lahaina, on Maui’s west side
Tempting though it may be to say that love is in the air during Arts at Denver’s annual Valentine’s show this month, the passion actually is displayed on the walls, about a hundred times over, in works contributed by the 35 artists the gallery represents, plus a handful of guest artists.
Wildlife art takes center stage in Charleston, SC, this month as approximately 40,000 visitors attend the variety of events that make up the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition.