Many of us long for an escape to Provence, a fantasy so vivid that we can practically smell the spicy camphor crush of lavender beneath our feet. Valerie Collymore’s 20 impressionistic canvases capturing the region are on display this month in her solo show at Fountainhead Gallery, entitled Oil Paintings From Provence: Landscapes, Seascapes,...
Great egrets, pink flamingos, and lilac-breasted rollers—wildlife artist Andrew Denman captures both the exotic and the everyday birds that inhabit various locales around the world. Denman shows his recent body of work this month in The Modern Wild, an exhibit at the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum.
Taos, NM, artist Suzanne Wiggin captures the vernal shifts—and the blossoming potential therein—in Wellspring, her solo show featuring a dozen new paintings and monotype prints. The show opens at Winterowd Fine Art on Friday, April 22.
This month Evergreen Fine Art spotlights a trio of award-winning Colorado artists in a show that pays tribute to the spirit of the West—its people, places, and history.
Logan Maxwell Hagege says that his solo show, which opens on April 9 at Maxwell Alexander Gallery, is a homecoming of sorts: Titled The West, it’s Hagege’s first official solo show in Los Angeles County.
This month the California Art Club's annual Gold Medal Exhibition kicks off with the Artists’ Gala, a ticketed event on Saturday, April 2, at the Autry Museum of the American West.
The Roswell Museum and Art Center launches several retrospective exhibits this year. Opening this month is a five-month exhibit for Billy Schenck.
Some of the best open-air painters in the United States gather to show their work in this month’s Plein Air Southwest Salon organized by the Outdoor Painters Society. Many of the artists attend the opening reception on Saturday, April 9, from 3 to 7 p.m.
Consider the thrills likely to occur at the 11th annual Scottsdale Art Auction on Saturday, April 2. A total of 385 different lots come on the block during two sessions: the first from 9:30 a.m. to around noon, and the second, following a generous sandwich buffet, from 1 to around 5 p.m.
Pastel artist Margi Lucena finds endless inspiration in the New Mexico landscape.