Masterworks come in all shapes and sizes. This month, Evergreen Fine Art recognizes the world of small wonders—and the patience, concentration, and extraordinary dexterity needed to create them—with its sixth annual Miniature Masterpieces exhibition.
Utah artist Kent Wallis’ impressionistic paintings of flower gardens and Italian scenes have graced the walls of galleries for years, but now the artist is adding something new to his repertoire.
With an eye toward sharing the splendors of watercolor with the world, the National Watercolor Society Gallery in San Pedro, CA, has opened its doors once again for its 96th annual International Exhibition.
For art collectors who relish variety, Legacy Gallery’s 16th annual Holiday Small Works Show in Scottsdale, AZ, promises an eclectic mix of paintings and sculpture on an intimate scale.
Arts at Denver has long realized the potential of its annual holiday show as a chance for collectors to discover new work and as a way for the arts to give back to the community.
Art buyers and sellers take delight this month at one of the Southwest’s largest and most anticipated auctions of the year, the 23rd annual Santa Fe Art Auction.
As the landscape of American ranch life continues to change with the tides, Maxwell Alexander Gallery’s group show this month invites viewers to savor slices of its preservation through the eyes of 12 contemporary painters.
The Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary’s annual Indian Market works to connect generations of Native artists across traditional and contemporary mediums.
The eighth annual Plein Air Painters of New Mexico members’ exhibition opens at Sorrel Sky Gallery in Santa Fe on Friday, November 4, with an opening reception and awards ceremony from 5 to 8 p.m.
The show opens with an artist’s reception on Saturday, November 5, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Caton is also in the gallery on Saturday, November 19, from 2 to 4 p.m., to discuss the 25 to 30 works in the show, all of which are from late 2015 and 2016, so...