This month’s issue marks our 45th anniversary. In celebration, we took a look back at four and a half decades of covers to trace the evolution of the magazine and the art market it has chronicled.
Pastel artist Margi Lucena finds endless inspiration in the New Mexico landscape.
Kathryn Mapes Turner paints her world.
This month in Southwest Art we take you into the studios of three prominent artists and provide an in-depth look into the spaces where they create their work.
Julie T. Chapman credits her powerful animal art to a lifetime of dedicated observation.
A Visit With Dan, John & Danny Mccaw at Their Studio in Torrance, CA
For this year’s interview issue, we selected four people in the world of western art who intrigued us: an artist with skyrocketing prices and popularity, a gallery owner finding innovative ways to do business, and two museum leaders whose institutions are mounting buzz-worthy exhibitions. Listen in on the conversations as we...
When Utah artist Kathryn Stats was a young girl, she recalls her mother offering a word of advice about career choices: Don’t become an artist. Very few people make a living at it, she warned. “Become a nurse or teacher, so you can always support your children if something happens to...
Barbara Meikle infuses art with color and charisma