Focusing on the cream of the crop
We’ve been publishing a landscape issue here at Southwest Art every February since 1997, and it has always been a favorite—for many of you, our readers, and for me personally. I started loving the western landscape when my family took annual summer vacations to Colorado, long before I moved here myself in 2006. As...
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Spring City Home by Seth Winegar By Margaret L. Brown As we were completing this issue we were saddened to learn of the death of John Hampton, one of the founders of the Cowboy Artists of America. Hampton, who was 80, spent six decades painting and sculpting the cowboy life. In an article in...