With the holidays in full swing, Legacy Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ, decks the halls with a monthlong small-works show opening on Thursday, December 7.
In the past, the gallery’s Holiday Show centered around a specific theme, but this year the artists may interpret the season as they wish.
Lonesome Souls is Maggiori’s second solo show at the gallery and, notes gallery director Beau Alexander, his second solo show ever.
As one in a series of special exhibitions featuring the work of living Taos artists, The Art of Walt Gonske features 40 artworks completed over more than 40 years.
This year, the galleries on the 400 block of Canyon Road in Santa Fe, NM, hope to give visitors the opportunity to find that special gift and to spread their love of fine art to their community and beyond.
In a new show hosted by the National Oil and Acrylic Painters’ Society, artists from across the country and Canada bring their small pieces to the Holiday Small Works Show and Sale.
East greets West this month at the 47th national juried exhibition of the Women Artists of the West, the oldest juried women’s arts organization in the country. The show opens on Sunday, November 5, at McBride Gallery in Annapolis, MD.
Now in its 21st year, the event continues to grow, this year featuring 174 artists at 44 studios across the Cave Creek, Carefree, and North Scottsdale areas.
This month that tradition continues with A View to the West, a group show featuring all-new work by more than 25 of the gallery’s renowned western artists, including Bill Anton, Morgan Weistling, Veryl Goodnight, Curt Walters, and Mian Situ.
Beginning Monday, November 6, two dozen nationally recognized landscape painters gather in the park for the event, including John D. Cogan, Bill Cramer, Mary Jabens, Aaron Schuerr, and Paula Swain.