Pippin Contemporary’s mission statement—“a sensory experience of color and mood”—is on display in full force this month with a show titled Expressions in Color.
The show features a new generation of more than 30 First Nation artists, represented by works from five different private collections. The show is on display through September 4.
The show, aptly titled In Search of Stillness, opens on Monday, July 17, at Altamira Fine Art in Jackson, WY. An artist’s reception follows on Thursday, July 20, at 5 p.m.
To honor his long career as an artist, Acosta Strong Fine Art is featuring Gonzales in his second solo show at the Santa Fe gallery on July 24, which coincides with the annual Spanish Market and Contemporary Hispanic Market events.
This month, in his first solo show at McLarry Fine Art in Santa Fe, NM, Lorusso introduces as many as 14 new oil paintings that reveal an expressive departure from his traditionally subtle palette.
On Monday, July 3, 40 nationally recognized plein-air artists venture into the wilderness areas near Jackson, WY, to begin painting for the sixth annual Plein Air for the Park event.
Inspired by the land, people, and history of the American West, artists Joe Kronenberg and Don Oelze bring their passions to the canvas in a group of 20 new oil paintings on view this month at Legacy Gallery in Bozeman, MT.
The artist is bringing a new series of 12 paintings to Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art to display from June 23 to July 7. The opening reception is held on Friday, June 23, from 5 to 7 p.m.
In a solo show at Canyon Road Contemporary, Beekman presents a new body of work to celebrate 11 years of representation. The show, titled Landscape’s Edge, opens Friday, July 28, with an artist’s reception from 5 to 7 p.m.
Artists William Haskell and Bryan Haynes capture the land’s intrinsic colors and light in more than 20 new acrylic paintings on view at Manitou Galleries this month.