Mark Mehaffey used to jokingly say he was a schizophrenic painter, using the outmoded term for someone who couldn’t settle on a single personality. In his case, he had no desire to choose one medium or even one style—and still doesn’t. But these days he uses a more politically correct phrase and calls himself...
Ralph Oberg ventures deep into the backcountry to capture the wide-open spaces
Suchitra Bhosle creates contemplative scenes inspired by her California surroundings and her native India.
Old Mexico and New Mexico offer vibrant inspiration for Evelyne Boren’s paintings
Carol Hagan portrays horses and other animals in a vibrant new light.
Michael Workman paints nature’s simple truths.
Veteran oil painter John Encinias finds a fresh approach to capturing the landscape.
Cindy Long captures the souls of her subjects in expressive graphite portraits.
Randall Sexton captures everyday life with a nod to nostalgia
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.