Blogs

Welcome to our art blog page. Here you can read posts from our main fine art blog and also from the art blog written by Kristin Hoerth, Southwest Art magazine’s Editor in Chief. Whether you are an avid art collector, an artist, or simply an admirer of fine art, our art blogs are a great way to stay informed about the western art scene. Follow these fine art blogs to learn about art events, art collecting, emerging artists, and more from the editors at Southwest Art magazine—the collector’s choice for over 40 years!

Daniel Keys, Tea-Tins With Peaches, oil, 16 x 20.

Lasting Impressions Hurricane Relief Art Sale

In August 2011, the Schoharie Valley in New York was devastated by flooding from Hurricane Irene. Far inland from the coast, Schohaire Creek rose above its banks and flooded local towns and fields; destroyed crops; drowned livestock; contaminated food and water sources; and destroyed roads, bridges, homes, and businesses. Local artist Jonathan Stasko, moved...

Bill Allison, Saddle Maker, Roundup, Montana by Loren Entz

Cowboy Artists of America Show: Cowboy Art

I just returned from the Cowboy Artists of America’s 46th annual exhibition and sale, which was held this year at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City for the first time since the early 1970s. This year the show coincided with the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association’s 13th annual exhibition and sale,...

Naranjas en Venta by Scott Tallman Powers

Quest for the West Winners

The annual Quest for the West show and sale opened recently at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in Indianapolis, IN. This year’s show attracted more than 400 attendees and tallied nearly $1 million in sales. Almost all of the 50 participating artists attended the opening-weekend festivities at the museum, which...