This month, two artists bring images of their respective homes together in concurrent solo shows at William Reaves | Sarah Foltz Fine Art.
The scenes are all different, but they each provide the same sense of belonging for these three landscape artists.
The excitement of such a meeting between collector and emerging artist is what this month’s Paint the Town event is all about.
The Texas Society of Sculptors and Deep in the Heart Art Foundry team up again to host the 26th annual SculptFest event, which is set to be more expansive and inclusive than ever before.
This year’s show, titled Impressions, Markings & More, celebrates the enduring contributions of 19th-century French painter Edgar Degas, often regarded as a founder of Impressionism.
Arts at Denver celebrates its artists and its legacy this month in two shows that highlight the best work the gallery has to offer.
Award-winning artist Tang Wei Min’s figurative paintings have long offered viewers a colorful peek into the historic civilizations of his native China.
The main exhibition and sale returns as usual, featuring more than 260 works by 75 western artists from across the country, including painting, sculpture, and mixed-media works.
The four-day affair kicks off in La Quinta’s Civic Center Park on Thursday, March 1, and presents an enticing lineup of daily entertainment and culinary fare.
The event began in 2006 when museum curators noticed a need to focus on women western artists who didn’t have as many opportunities as men did to exhibit their work.