It’s been a spring full of success in the art world. Kicking off the month of April, the Scottsdale Art Auction—
Our anniversary issue looks forward and back
The artistic benefits of digging deep
An exciting month on the Denver art scene
The powerful beauty of nature By Kristin Hoerth
Love of subject matter helps artists succeed
A look at the process of judging our annual art competition
There was a time when it was difficult for an aspiring representational artist to get a good education. In the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s, when abstract expressionism and similar styles took hold of the art world, countless university art programs ridiculed students who wanted a classical art education. Thankfully, that’s not the case today...
How did you get your start? This is the question I most want to ask whenever I meet someone with a substantial art collection. I love to find out what led the collector to that very first purchase. Over the years I’ve found that almost everyone enters the world of art collecting via some...
It’s become a bit of a tradition on this page for me to share my thoughts on the Prix de West show each year. After all, it’s one of the western art world’s biggest parties, hosted in grand style each June by the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. This year’s...