While many of these pieces reveal an exciting stylistic shift in Higginbotham’s work, the entire collection continues to reflect his reverence for landscapes throughout the Southwest.
In more than 30 new oil paintings on view at Total Arts Gallery this month, Wilde continues to glean inspiration from nature and the deeper, personal questions it can prompt, but her style has visibly shifted to abstraction.
The show is titled Myths and Mythos, and it features 15 of the artist’s trademark cowboys and cowgirls against colorful, stylized backgrounds.
At the age of 65 and advantageously based in Albuquerque, NM, Mejo Okon is delighted to be painting these willing western subjects every day in dramatic, realistic compositions that are as richly glowing as a classic Technicolor western movie.
Vibrant depictions of florals, people, landscapes, and city streets pepper the artist’s oeuvre, and it’s precisely that diversity that helps keep her work fresh and lively.
For MacDonald, every painting calls for something a little different, from the level of chromatic intensity to the degree of realism she wants to convey.
Jennifer O’Cualain’s intimate portraits and Paul Rhymer’s textured sculptures provide a quiet peek into the animal kingdom thriving around us.
This month, new still-life paintings by Kyle Polzin hang from Thursday, July 5, through Sunday, July 15, at the gallery’s Jackson, WY, location. Then, for 10 days beginning on Thursday, July 19, western landscape paintings by Robert Peters take the limelight.
Walking through this year’s Sculpture in the Park Show and Sale, visitors can see traditional bronze renditions of cowboys and wildlife next to brightly colored glass panels and whimsical ceramic fairies.