Hou presents a new body of work from her yearly trips to Zion National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, and Sedona, AZ. The show opens on Friday, September 8, with a reception from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The 36th annual show first opens to the public with a reception at 6 p.m. on Friday, August 25, at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, where paintings and sculptures by 106 top western artists are on view.
In a solo exhibition this month at Joe Wade Fine Art, Williams presents 25 new works that convey the spiritual awareness he brings to each new location.
Manitou Galleries brings together the art of painter B.C. Nowlin and sculptor Jim Eppler this month in a two-man show at its West Palace Avenue location. In this combined collection of more than 40 pieces—on view beginning Friday, August 4.
Burgess examines the eagle and its place in Native culture in his newest solo show at Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art this month, titled The Power of the Eagle.
The show, titled Oil of Joy, features newly released paintings from McElwain’s estate and pieces just recently consigned to the gallery.
McGivern's latest show, titled Visual Thoughts: Kindred Memories and Dreams, is the culmination of those memories and inspirations on canvas—an ode to her family and families everywhere.
Artists arrive on Sunday, August 20, to begin painting between Port Townsend and Port Angeles and into Olympic National Park.
The weeklong event boasts a wide range of southwestern art of all kinds, including jewelry, ceramics, photography, wooden crafts, fiber goods, and fine painting.
Several years ago, Legacy Gallery general manager Scott Jones traveled to Vermont to observe the Putney Painters—the group made famous by the venerable alla prima master Richard Schmid. Jones was so impressed that he later invited the group to do an exhibition at Legacy’s Scottsdale gallery.