Western artists, collectors, and enthusiasts gather in Prescott, AZ, again this Memorial Day weekend for the Phippen Museum’s 43rd annual Western Art Show & Sale.
Painter Rebecca Haines presents a new body of work this month in her solo show, titled Animystic, at Pippin Contemporary. The show opens on Wednesday, May 24, with an artist’s reception on Friday, May 26, from 5 to 7 p.m.
On Friday, May 12, the Oil Painters of America unveils its 26th annual National Juried Exhibition of Traditional Oils at Eisele Gallery of Fine Art in Cincinnati. The show opens with an artists’ reception from 6 to 9 p.m. and features the work of nearly 250 artists from all over the continental United States...
In the medley of timeworn and weather-beaten Americana he portrays, painter Chuck Middlekauff doesn’t mind the rust, cracks, chips, and tears.
Artists travel from across the country to participate in the event, which is hosted by the Canyon Road Merchants Association. Attendees can watch artists working in oils, acrylics, watercolors, pastels, mixed media, bronze, ceramics, jewelry, and leather.
Hewing faithfully to the Renaissance and French academic traditions, Michael Klein is among the vanguard of contemporary painters working to rekindle classical art.
Freda reveals paintings of chickens completed over 12 years in a show titled The Year of the Cock, which opens at Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art on Friday, June 2, with an artist’s reception from 5 to 7 p.m.
Putting together an issue of Southwest Art always involves hard work, tough decisions, and a little bit of good fortune. But some issues also involve the element of surprise, in the form of coincidences, unexpected parallels.
Meet 6 artists who depict animals of all kinds.
This month more than 50 leading North American painters celebrate wanderlust-inspired art in an invitational landscape exhibition at Howard/Mandville Gallery in downtown Kirkland, WA.