This month Gallery 901 presents the hyperrealistic works of father-and-son Spanish painters Jesús and Iban Navarro. In this, their first United States show, the artists each present 10 to 12 new works.
Artists begin painting on Sunday, July 2, at various locations within 40 miles of Cedar City. Pieces created during the event are exhibited for sale at the museum beginning on Friday, July 7, with the Wet Paint Gala and Sale that evening.
Pippin Contemporary’s mission statement—“a sensory experience of color and mood”—is on display in full force this month with a show titled Expressions in Color.
The show features a new generation of more than 30 First Nation artists, represented by works from five different private collections. The show is on display through September 4.
The show, aptly titled In Search of Stillness, opens on Monday, July 17, at Altamira Fine Art in Jackson, WY. An artist’s reception follows on Thursday, July 20, at 5 p.m.
To honor his long career as an artist, Acosta Strong Fine Art is featuring Gonzales in his second solo show at the Santa Fe gallery on July 24, which coincides with the annual Spanish Market and Contemporary Hispanic Market events.
For Chidester, color is a fascinating aspect of art. When depicting objects whose colors have faded with time, she often bumps up the saturation to give them life, but not so much as to lose their sense of age and wear.
Meet 12 sculptors who work in a variety of materials
This month, in his first solo show at McLarry Fine Art in Santa Fe, NM, Lorusso introduces as many as 14 new oil paintings that reveal an expressive departure from his traditionally subtle palette.
This showcase of the best in contemporary watercolor artwork features a wide range of styles and subjects, including landscape, floral, figurative, and animal paintings.