Meikle presents her annual one-woman show this month featuring a new body of work. The show, titled Color to the Rescue, opens on Friday, May 25, with an artist’s reception at 7 p.m.
G. Russell Case turns his attention to the warm, desert canyons and sandstone spires of Canyon de Chelly and Vermilion Cliffs National Monuments in northern Arizona.
Oil Painters of America heads to the Colorado Rockies this summer for its 27th annual National Juried Exhibition of Traditional Oils.
Set against the pristine backdrop of Beverly Gardens Park, the event opens at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 19, and continues through the weekend with booths featuring a variety of painting, sculpture, photography, mixed media, and printmaking.
The Spring Small Painting National Juried Exhibition offers works from 156 member artists with a size limitation of 320 square inches.
Bingham’s paintings of everyday life in Cuba are the focus of a solo show, titled Cuba: Faded Beauty, at South Street Art Gallery this month.
On Saturday, May 26, the Phippen Museum kicks off its 44th annual outdoor western art show and sale at the historic courthouse plaza in downtown Prescott, AZ, where more than 90 juried fine artists from around the country showcase their latest works in seven different mediums.
This year’s event is a departure from the salon-style exhibition format of previous years. Instead, it opens with a six-day paint-out beginning on Monday, May 21, when artists start their work en plein air along the coastline.
This month more than 50 artists gather in New Mexico for the annual Santa Fe Plein Air Fiesta, a paint-out competition and exhibition featuring subject matter from across the state.
Paintings and sculptures by some of the biggest names in western fine art hit the auction block on Saturday, April 7, at the annual Scottsdale Art Auction, where western, wildlife, and sporting works by both historic and leading contemporary artists are up for bid.