While the artist’s work is often described as contemporary realism, he himself describes his style as “emotionalism,” where a river shrouded in fog can be sorrowful and a rolling meadow can be joyful.
Yet, in contrast to the grandeur he so often depicts in his works, Norton remains modest about his success and well aware of the blessings life has brought him.
In a solo exhibition this month at Joe Wade Fine Art, Williams presents 25 new works that convey the spiritual awareness he brings to each new location.
Manitou Galleries brings together the art of painter B.C. Nowlin and sculptor Jim Eppler this month in a two-man show at its West Palace Avenue location. In this combined collection of more than 40 pieces—on view beginning Friday, August 4.
The next best thing to visiting the Land of Enchantment is viewing inspired depictions of its beauty by painters and sculptors who call it home.
Burgess examines the eagle and its place in Native culture in his newest solo show at Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art this month, titled The Power of the Eagle.
In her own work, Farrier generally keeps things simple with large shapes and blocks of color, and she works in both pastels and oils, depending on what her subject matter calls for.
The show, titled Oil of Joy, features newly released paintings from McElwain’s estate and pieces just recently consigned to the gallery.
It was another banner year at the annual Prix de West Invitational, held in June at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.
Oddly enough, Sroka’s painting experience was one of her first with cows. What began as random compositional elements developed into objects of sincere affection.