This month, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum kicks off its annual opening-weekend event and sale, Cowboy Crossings, featuring 100 fine artworks by members of the Cowboy Artists of America and 50 fine craftworks by members of the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association
Jeremy Goodding emphasizes light and shadow in his still-life paintings featuring fruits, flowers, pottery, and nature.
Natalie Featherston brings about eight of her newest trompe l’oeil works to the walls of Maxwell Alexander Gallery this month.
An expansive exhibition opening at the Pasadena Museum of History this month recognizes women artists who worked in California between 1860 and 1960. The show features more than 250 works by 160 artists.
This year the fifth annual En Plein Air Texas painting competition hosts 34 artists from across the country for a week of painting and events. It all culminates in an expansive exhibition featuring about 275 paintings available for purchase at the Fort Concho Quartermaster & Commissary buildings.
Cathy Haight works in both batik and oils to render her favorite subject: wide-open spaces.
Whether it’s the smiles of children or the tanned lines of a lifelong cowboy, painter Michael Meyer can find a point of interest in every face he meets.
Meet 12 women who are making their marks.
In the following pages, we’ve rounded up a diverse sampling of fine artworks to help you navigate the wide and wonderful world of collecting.