Wild places on both coasts give artist opportunity to explore the color gradations found in nature.
Brothers shine in watercolor, still life for this new Nantucket exhibition.
Moody scenes of European architecture, cafes, a hit in Laguna Beach.
Tonalist master introduces his collectors to new plein air paintings.
First one-man exhibition in San Francisco for this emerging talent.
Musical theme finds a place in these allegorical figurative paintings.
Shapes and Colors of the western landscape drive these works in pastel.
Distillations of the natural world reveal a depth of color that uncovers hidden truths.
A year long process makes these paintings a perfect mix of structure and theory.
Still life work provides freedom and independence through shape and space relationships.
New Still Life watercolors from this known landscape artist.
Moody, Atmospheric work shows beauty of morning, early evening light.
First trip to Italy inspires these intimate and romantic portraits of the country.
New technology blurs the lines between painting and photography.
A museum for regional artists provides the perfect space for these southern coastal scenes. By Theresa Golas
Luminosity and muted colors combine to show the true light of the Vineyard.
Studios in Laguna Beach and Salt Lake provide all the inspiration this artist needs for her Impressionistic landscapes.
New Mexico vistas and interior spaces dominate this two-person show.
Figurative and Abstract work create visual poems for collectors to unlock.
A contemplation of space inspires these new freeway cityscapes.
Nantucket realist brings to life his love affair with the sea.
Marine hyperrealism enchanted by the charm and beauty of the Adriatic.
Each issue we ask leading galleries coast to coast to tell us what's hot and to identify the trends in their city.
Michael Bergt turns 50
Mid-Career Retrospective is an ordinary name for this extraordinary process.
By John O'Hern
Living with Color
Understanding the psychological and emotional aspects
of color has helped this collector find a deep, personal
connection to artists and artwork.
By Aldo Castillo
Art in the Family
After designing their new gallery, Eric Cohler sits down to discuss art collecting with Ira and Gavin Spanierman.
By Eric Cohler
Confessions of a Starving Artist
In this ongoing series, you can read what life is like from an artist's viewpoint.
By Harley Brown