New England artist finds unlimited subject matter in the mountain around her Berkshire home.
Thompson's detailed maritime paintings turn towards yachting and the America's cup.
Maguire's paintings have an atmosphere of warmth and intimacy that grants viewers a window into another world.
California artist's trip down historic Route 66 resulted in work showing nitty, gritty reality.
Dempwolf finds meaning in painting the same scenes as artists who came before him.
Cone's iconic Art Deco movie theaters set to charm in LA.
Paul Lowe uses inspiration from the German city of Bayreuth to create his architectural landscape painting.
Surdo's new figurative paintings allude to cinematic narratives.
Surls uses his drawings as a psychological espace from the physicality of his sculptural works.
Arizona artist uses blurred snapshot-style images to capture fleeting moments of beauty in nature.
Longhurst's wood sculptures connect mathematics and symmetry with designs found in nature.
Hesson offers florals as gifts of compassion and understanding in Scottsdale show.
New Seattle show focuses on symbolic images of the natural world in terms of displacement versus progress.
Cosby's plein air works are steeped in the tradition of California Impressionist paintings.
Dean is inspired by the idea that everything is beautiful if you have the vision to see it.
New Charleston exhibition highlghts fifteen years of friendship between these two artists.
Pino exemplifies his mastery of the figure and still life in his new Florida show.
Zaitsev has a passion for transferring his feelings for a particular place directly on to the canvas.
Zoll's still lifes are a subtle balance between traditional technique and contemporary design.
The Art in the Embassies Program has been exhibiting American art around the world for forty years.
Our sneak Preview of the art on show at this year's Fine Art Dealers Association fair in Los Angeles.
The Bernarducci.Mesiel Gallery presents winter-themed paintings for it's new exhibition in New York.
Exhibition proves that still life is not standing still.
Observations and Revelations:
In these musings by an elder, John Pence of John Pence Gallery shares three decades of insight.
By John Pence
The New American Landscape
Our expert discusses the history of landscapes as well as the current trends in his evolving genre.
By Jane C.H. Jacob, MA, AAA
Arnot Art Museum director John O'Hern believes, like Louis Pasteur, that in the fields of observation chance favors only the prepared mind.
By John O'Hern
Sotheby's instruction introduces students to the business of art while guiding them through the history of American Art in the process.
By Holly Cairns
Art in the Interior
Interior Designer Skip Sroka considers art to be the soul of the interior.
By Skip Sroka
In this ongoing series, you can read what life is like from an artist's viewpoint.
By Harley Brown
Additional galleries representing Henrietta:
Galerie Elan (410) 461-0870
Gallery Elite (480) 481-6018
Milan Gallery (817) 338-4278
Rick Moore Fine Art (239) 434-6464
Additional galleries representing Alicia:
Dassin Gallery (310) 652-0203
Louis Aronow Fine Arts (415) 732-4305
Renjeau Galleries (508) 655-5121
S.R., Brennen Galleries (480) 994-1355
Additional galleries representing Nydia:
Dennis Rae Fine Art (415) 292-0387
Gallery Elite (480) 481-6018
Galerie du Soleil (239) 417-3450
Greenhouse Gallery (800) 453-8991
Jones Terwilliger Galleries (888) 278-0400
Lotton Gallery (312) 665-6203
Vail Fine Art Galleries (970) 476-2900
Ars Vivesco, Quebec City Canada (418) 692-9996