Meet 6 artists who capture the delicate art of floral still lifes.
The beauty and transformative power of nature, in all its many forms, is the focus of this month’s issue.
With the studio recently restored, the foundation hosts a grand-opening weekend examining the life and legacy of the artist.
In many ways the artist remains inspired by her California roots, and her paintings often radiate sunshine and warmth as a result, she says, but they also reflect the charm of the romantic era of painting.
From Crater Lake to Mount Rainier, the Pacific Northwest is home to some of Mother Nature’s most treasured crown jewels.
This month Courier presents her most recent paintings of the Colorado landscape in the first solo show hosted in the gallery.
Ralph Grady James captures the movement of the natural world.
Hosted in a town considered one of the most beautiful places in the world by National Geographic, the weekend event allows attendees to watch nearly 50 painters, sculptors, and craftsmen in action.
The California landscape inspires Steven Curry to capture scenes of transcendent beauty.
Collectors familiar with Berra’s work will recognize his signature style of intensively researched motifs that go straight to the essence of a particular entity or landscape.