Twenty new oil and acrylic paintings by Texas artist Martin Grelle premiere this month in his first solo show at Legacy Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ.
For a taste of the beauty and verve that thrums beyond the West, we invite you to explore this vibrant group of fine artists.
Together the artists bring more than a dozen new oil paintings that highlight their signature styles, yet they also explore subtle new directions.
In a dozen new oil paintings on view at Maxwell Alexander Gallery this month, Los Angeles, CA, native Logan Maxwell Hagege spotlights the land and native cultures of northern New Mexico.
The Santa Fe Art Auction—one of the Southwest’s largest annual sales of classic and contemporary western art—takes the stage at Peters Projects this month with an impressive selection of 250 lots, including artworks by such heavy hitters as Albert Bierstadt, Alfred Morang, Bert Geer Phillips, and Joseph Henry Sharp.
Evansen's watercolors are decidedly representational, though they embody certain abstract qualities that elicit both an aesthetic and intuitive harmony among the elements.
Collectors know that the place to be in the middle of September is in Jackson Hole, WY, for the long-running annual Fall Arts Festival, and I was happy to be there for all the highlights this year.
Today, Knight’s loose, vibrant style remains one of McKenzie’s greatest influences. As he works, the artist saves self-critique and fine-tuning for the end of his process, painting swiftly with both brushes and palette knives.
From pagodas to gondolas, this sampling of collectible watercolors dishes up the spice.