In her first solo exhibition at William Reaves |Sarah Foltz Fine Art, Baxter presents a body of all-new works from various national parks.
Mendlik studied her environs with an artist’s eye, drawing and painting everything from the landscape and river to her horses and wild roses. In doing so, she formed a profound connection with the region that fuels much of her plein-air and studio work today.
Cramer’s thirst for adventure and love for the West’s raw, wild beauty inform the painter’s breathtaking portrayals of the southwestern wilderness.
C. Michael Dudash paints the drama and complexities of 19th-century western life.
Similar to her last show, the exhibit features several miniatures and some larger works showing images of her time spent in both Southern California and Lake Como, Italy.
The 15th Anniversary Show opens on Saturday, April 1, with 150 of the freshest works by gallery artists.
Meet 6 artists who work in charcoal and graphite.
Jennifer Diehl paints lyrical interpretations of light.
Artists’ choice awards are special because they represent the consensus of a group of experts who are intimately familiar with what they’re judging.
Given the state’s treasured landscapes and celebrated legacy, it’s not surprising that Oklahoma artists are inspired to create.