Of Texas Rivers and Texas Art is a testament to the juxtaposed fragility and strength of these waterways through a newly published book and traveling art exhibition.
In a nod to women artists everywhere, the Desert Caballeros Western Museum celebrates women and their rightful place in the western art world with its annual Cowgirl Up! Art From the Other Half of the West show and sale next month.
The Russell, the museum’s annual fundraising event, comprises a monthlong art exhibition and a closing weekend full of auctions and other activities.
Arts at Denver hosts Dreaming in French, Dreaming of Love, beginning on Friday, February 10, with an artists’ reception from 5 to 9 p.m. All of the gallery’s 35 artists, including new recruits Scott Mattlin and Lindsey Bittner Graham, were invited to contribute pieces that capture the essence of France.
The prestigious Masters of the American West Art Exhibition and Sale, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, opens at the Autry on Saturday, February 11. On view are 275 paintings and sculptures by nationally esteemed artists Len Chmiel, Bill Anton, George Carlson, Kyle Polzin, Billy Schenck, Mick Doellinger, and 70 other top-billed names.
This year’s ARTsmart New Mexico honorary artist, Melinda K. Hall, challenged students at Santa Fe High School to reach outside of their comfort zones. Hall worked with art students to create pieces that will be auctioned during the organization’s annual gala on Saturday, February 25, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Legacy Gallery hosts a solo show for Mitchell that, while including those images of the South, showcases new breadth and subject matter for the artist.
The Maui Plein Air Painting Invitational, now in its 12th year, is bringing a variety of changes to the event, along with a host of new and returning painters. The weeklong event is sponsored by the Maui Arts League and has continued to grow at a rapid pace within the plein-air community.
The longest art show in Arizona—it spans 10 weeks—opens its 27th year with nearly 100 artists showing off their skills and artwork. The Celebration of Fine Art opens Saturday, January 14, in a tented exhibition hall on the southwest corner of Hayden Road and Loop 101 in Scottsdale, AZ.
Artists often experiment with different mediums in their pursuit of unique creation and artistic fulfillment. Some of those mediums offer opportunities to push their techniques and find new subjects. This is the basis for a new exhibition at Wilde Meyer Gallery. Curators have gathered works from 12 of the gallery’s best painters to celebrate...