Considered the premier exhibition of the Pastel Society of Colorado, the event features 80 pastel works by leading artists from around the United States and Canada.
In their latest bodies of work, on view this month in a two-person show at Ventana Fine Art, artists John Axton and Tamar Kander continue to plumb the depths of memory, imagination, and the subconscious.
Still-life paintings by Angus Wilson convey to viewers the delightful impression that they’re experiencing the centuries-old genre in a new, contemporary way.
Each painter profiled this month has a distinctive and intriguing color story running through his or her work.
The show features about 12 new pieces depicting teepees, along with additional works featuring other native traditions.
Over the past few years, Laguë has become especially fascinated with aerial views of skyscrapers, street scenes, and other urban vignettes. Such unusual viewpoints upend traditional perspective, at the same time infusing each composition with additional dynamism.
The highly anticipated 46th annual show opens this month at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, OK, with an action-packed weekend of events.
Participating artists work in a variety of painting mediums as well as clay, stone, metal, wood, ceramics, jewelry, and glass.
For 15 years, the Sheridan Arts Foundation has had no trouble finding talented painters to do just that at its annual juried event, Telluride Plein Air.