For Doug Hyde, sculpture is a collaboration between the artist and the medium itself
On Friday, June 7, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum unveils the 40th anniversary Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, featuring more than 300 artworks from more than 100 contemporary western artists and a weekend of special events.
A visit with Cynthia Eckhardt at her studio in Arroyo Seco, NM | Eckhardt says her studio “looks like one of the old adobe churches you see in little communities throughout northern New Mexico. It even has a bell tower. I designed it, and it was a ton of fun. I even included a nave at the end of the building that is flanked by two cupboard beds.”
Meet 12 artists who honor the landscape by capturing it in person, including Daniel Aldana, Trey Finney, Jason Sacran, Lori Putnam, and Elaine Mathews, whose piece titled SPRINGTIME IN THE DESERT is shown here.
Featured in the June 2013 issue of Southwest Art magazine.
If the distinctive style of an artist can be called his “voice,” then Canadian painter Jerry Markham is singing a melody all his own.
Kate Sammons incorporates a lifetime of aesthetic journeys into her still-life and figurative work
Painter Elizabeth Pollie finds visual inspiration everywhere
A sampling of artists who were recognized in this year’s Pastel 100 competition
Catching up with 12 painters who were named Artists to Watch years ago