Cynthia Peterson's still lifes showcase her love for portraying bright, reflective objects and the intriguing patterns they create when light passes through them.
Southern California native Michael Azgour creates large-scale paintings in his Krakow, Poland, studio that explore the impact of digital media on contemporary culture.
In Thalia Stratton’s paintings of elegant restaurants, bistros, and cafés, viewers come not to dine but to relish her luminous table settings and luxurious interiors.
A self-described adventurer, artist Jeff Love and his wife Kathy frequently set out in their RV to explore the remote canyons, deserts, and mountains of the West that inspire his paintings.
Kim Taggart’s emotive graphite drawings of the rural Midwest feature saturated tones and extreme contrasts between light and dark.
Wyoming artist Jill Hartley portrays the pristine beauty of western wilderness, often adding tiny dabs of pure color to her canvas to catch the shimmering light.
Utah artist Janell James creates three-dimensional sculptural paintings that reflect the light and shadows within the environments where they hang.
Kim Mueller is most inspired by quiet, simple displays of beauty, be it an arrangement of onions, a light-dappled river, or a cow napping in a pasture.
Cathy Haight works in both batik and oils to render her favorite subject: wide-open spaces.
Whether it’s the smiles of children or the tanned lines of a lifelong cowboy, painter Michael Meyer can find a point of interest in every face he meets.