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Santa Fe Art Auction
THE SANTA FE Art Auction’s highly anticipated annual live auction takes place on Saturday, November 14, at its 3,000-square-foot showroom in Santa Fe’s Baca District, with the first session starting at 9 a.m., followed by a second session at 1 p.m. S
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Best of America
THE NATIONAL Oil and Acrylic Painters’ Society presents its annual Best of America exhibition and sale this month at Cutter & Cutter Fine Art in St. Augustine, FL. Now in its 30th year, the juried show features 150 works by 150 artists from around th
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A Soft Glow
“THERE WAS never an aha moment when I realized that I wanted to be an artist,” says Paula B. Holtzclaw. “I just always was one. It was part of what made me me.” Another part of what defines her is the southeastern landscape where she has spent her en
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Upcoming Shows
NOAPS Best of America Show, Cutter & Cutter Fine Art, St. Augustine, FL, November 2-29. Group Show, Cheryl Newby Gallery, November 13-December 5. Women Artists of the West National Exhibition, Museum of Western Art, Kerrville, TX, February 5-March 19
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Representation
Buckingham Gallery of Fine Art, Uxbridge, ON; Gainsborough Galleries, Calgary, AB; Galerie d’Art Le Bourget, Montreal, QC; Eisele Fine Art, Cincinnati, OH; Highlands Art Gallery, Lambertville, NJ; Jones & Terwilliger Galleries, Carmel and Palm Desert
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With Head & Heart
LATE IN THE SPRING of 2019, Mostafa Keyhani made a trip from his home in Toronto to Southern California with his daughter, artist and hat designer Maryam Keyhani. Early one morning, while she was reuniting with friends in Los Angeles, he decided to t
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Starting Young, Staying Fresh
KYLE STUCKEY’S mother used to joke that when her teenage son spent an entire summer building a replica of a medieval trebuchet—a 20-foot-tall wooden catapult, powerful enough to send a pumpkin flying through the air—he just wanted to avoid some of th
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Representation
J.M. Stringer Gallery, Vero Beach, FL; Illume Gallery of Fine Art, St. George, UT; Principle Gallery, Charleston, SC; The Marshall Gallery of Fine Art, Scottsdale, AZ; Susan Powell Fine Art, Madison, CT; www.kylestuckey.com. ■
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Kristin Hoerth SENIOR EDITOR Kim Agricola CONTRIBUTING EDITOR Bonnie Gangelhoff ART DIRECTOR Bambi Eitel CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Gregory J. Osberg SVP, CONSUMER MARKETING Paula Backer VP, FINANCE Jordan Bohrer VP, DIGITAL Melanie Darie
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LIFE In The CITY
GARBAGE BINS, telephone wires, fire escapes—many folks would consider this back-alley jumble to be an eyesore. But for Chicago artist Nancie King Mertz, the urban street furniture tells a compelling story. “Unsightly elements become intriguing shapes
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On Location
IN THE MIDDLE of September, I spent a long weekend high up in the Colorado mountains. After a scorching summer of record-setting heat, we’d just had an equally record-setting freak snowstorm, and that meant the mornings were downright cold up at 10,0
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THE Still Life
Where do you live and work? I have a studio at my home in Stillwater, MN, a small city about a half hour east of Minneapolis along the St. Croix River, which forms the border between Minnesota and Wisconsin. What are your favorite subjects to paint?
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Jenny Buckner
AS A FORMER photographer, artist Jenny Buckner has both a discerning eye and a sixth sense for scenes with strong design. At plein-air events, while other artists employ viewfinders to zero in on their compositions, Buckner uses her smartphone’s came
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Jack McGowan
WHEN JACK McGowan ventured into painting at age 65—after retiring from a high-powered career in the energy-efficiency industry—it was not his first foray into fine art. In fact, McGowan had briefly studied painting four decades earlier with Zuni arti
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Diane N. Eugster
FOR YEARS, figurative artist Diane N. Eugster saved a photograph she had snapped in the backyard of her home in Las Vegas, NV, thinking it would inspire a great painting one day. Starring in the photograph is a girl who has wrapped a shawl around her
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Nathan Solano
COLORADO ARTIST Nathan Solano isn’t into labels. So when asked to define his style, he instead prefers to discuss what makes him tick as a painter: compelling design, color, balance, edges. Having worked for many years as an illustrator and an art di
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Tamara Rymer
TAKE A GLANCE through the oeuvre of Tamara Rymer and you’ll find subjects ranging from southwestern scenery to cowgirls to horses to the Hawaiian coast. Diverse as they may be, the artist’s oil paintings each tell a story about Rymer’s own life from
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COLLECTING Pastel Paintings
IN THE FOLLOWING SECTION, WE PRESENT A SAMPLING OF PAINTINGS FEATURING CLASSIC SUBJECTS LIKE LANDSCAPES, seascapes, and skyscapes, as well as still lifes, portraiture, animal life, and more. Although the artworks on these pages vary in artistic style
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John Coleman
FOUR YEARS AGO at Legacy Gallery, consummate western artist John Coleman debuted a major show two years in the making, with 20 artworks portraying the uncannily realistic American Indian subjects and scenes for which he is renowned. Now, at the age o
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ACRYLIC Works 7
Explore a sampling of the winning artists in these pages. They were selected from hundreds of entries from all over the world. And they are part of a new special publication, The Best of Acrylic, presented by Artists Magazine and American Artist (two
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Eric Bowman
“IT’S FUN TO COME along on the journey as an artist evolves,” says Beau Alexander, owner of Maxwell Alexander Gallery. When that artist is Eric Bowman—known for his evocative portrayals of the American West, accomplished in a stylized realism that is
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Western Art Show & Sale
FANS OF THE MOUNTAIN Oyster Club’s long-running Western Art Show will be pleased to know that the 51st annual exhibition and sale opens at the club’s Pond Mansion in Tucson, AZ, this month. There, art lovers can find as many as 350 juried paintings a
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Tucker Smith Retrospective
THIS SUMMER, the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, WY, unveiled a major retrospective exhibition featuring the works of widely respected wildlife artist Tucker Smith. The exhibition travels to four more museums through early 2022, beginning
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Sedona Plein Air Festival
THIS YEAR’S Sedona Plein Air Festival, taking place completely on the web and featuring an all-women roster of artists, promises to be unlike any other edition in its 16-year history. Like so many other plein-air shows held in recent months, the Sedo
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Less Is More
Trailside Galleries, Jackson, WY; Broadmoor Galleries, Colorado Springs, CO; RS Hanna Gallery, Fredericksburg, TX; Dick Idol Signature Gallery, Whitefish, MT; Rimrock Gallery, Prineville, OR; Manitou Galleries, Santa Fe, NM; www.stefansavides.com. S
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No Place Like Home
Jace Romick Gallery, Steamboat Springs, CO; Israel Holloway Studio and Gallery, Craig, CO; www.israelhollowayfineart.com. Solo show, Museum of Northwest Colorado, Craig, CO, December 4-17. Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale, Denver, CO, January 5, 20
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The Richness of Reality
The widely recognized landscape artist Wilson Hurley (1924-2008) is the subject of a new coffee-table book titled The Life and Art of Wilson Hurley: Celebrating the Richness of Reality. Written by Hurley’s wife, Rosalyn Roembke Hurley, it chronicles
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State OF THE Art Market
LESS THAN A YEAR AGO, few of us could have imagined that life would soon be turned upside down by a global pandemic. How has this upheaval affected the western art world so far? We sought answers from six established gallery leaders: Ventana Fine Art
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Women In Art
Where do you live and work? I live and work on our farm located in the small town of Carthage, NC. We have 15 acres here at Oak Hollow Farm and Studios, where we remodeled an original 1901 homestead that serves as my studio and a space for hosting wo
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