Meet four artists who draw inspiration from the western coastline.
Sarah Bienvenu has earned a reputation as not only a master of the watercolor medium but also one of the premier portrayers of New Mexico’s vast and varied landscapes.
As she has found her voice over the years, Offutt’s work has blossomed into something intensely personal and expressive.
Meet four artists who are irresistibly drawn to the world’s creatures.
A viewer can expect to see a range of subjects in his oeuvre—a Copenhagen shipyard, coastal Oregon, Zion National Park, or an outdoor market in Provence.
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.
When she teaches, and in her own art, Erickson frequently returns to the important connection between what we believe—or what we think we should see—and what our eyes in fact take in.
This issue marks the 47th anniversary of Southwest Art. To celebrate the milestone, editors Kristin Hoerth, Kim Agricola, and Mackenzie McCreary have chosen 47 of our favorite artworks from the past year.
This month, two artists bring images of their respective homes together in concurrent solo shows at William Reaves | Sarah Foltz Fine Art.