It’s the Summer of Color in Santa Fe
Thinking about change on our 44th anniversary
In Great Falls, MT, recently, The Russell event set an all-time record for sales with a gross total of $7.8 million—better than the previous record of $6.9 million, set last year. One of the highlights was the Live Auction, which was held at the Mansfield Convention Center in downtown Great Falls. Auction sales totaled...
Taking a look at the environments we work in
Everlasting is not easy to come by in our day and age, but one genre of art that is seemingly everlasting is figurative art. Whether an artist has just started her career or is an established artist, whether they have traveled far and wide or choose to never stray far from their studios, if...
This past weekend, more than 500 collectors and art lovers attended the 34th annual edition of the Western Spirit Art Show in Cheyenne, WY, at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum. Opening-night festivities included not only the sale of nearly 300 original artworks by 100 juried artists, but also the Vandewark Miniatures Show,...
The importance of wildlife art
Thoughts on painting the landscape
The joy of discovering new artists
Moving around vs. staying put