On Monday, July 3, 40 nationally recognized plein-air artists venture into the wilderness areas near Jackson, WY, to begin painting for the sixth annual Plein Air for the Park event.
Inspired by the land, people, and history of the American West, artists Joe Kronenberg and Don Oelze bring their passions to the canvas in a group of 20 new oil paintings on view this month at Legacy Gallery in Bozeman, MT.
The artist is bringing a new series of 12 paintings to Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art to display from June 23 to July 7. The opening reception is held on Friday, June 23, from 5 to 7 p.m.
Artists William Haskell and Bryan Haynes capture the land’s intrinsic colors and light in more than 20 new acrylic paintings on view at Manitou Galleries this month.
In a solo show at Canyon Road Contemporary, Beekman presents a new body of work to celebrate 11 years of representation. The show, titled Landscape’s Edge, opens Friday, July 28, with an artist’s reception from 5 to 7 p.m.
Mountains have always captivated Hudson, and not just as an artist. She studied medieval history and literature at Harvard University and devoted her thesis to their spiritual role in narratives. For Hudson herself, now 30, alpine country offers a quiet refuge.
The show features artworks ranging in subject matter from abstract to landscape to cityscape and everything in between. It opens on Thursday, July 6, with a reception and awards ceremony from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The artist continues to use the landscape as the setting for his imagery, but now his focus is on the Native Americans, mountain men, and others who carried out their lives on the land.
As collectors of fine art, we have the opportunity to learn so many fascinating things about artists and the artworks they create.
The artist strives to bring out each of these themes in his subtle western landscapes. Taft presents his newest work in his fourth solo show at Vail International Gallery this month.