Bartlett introduces an otherworldly, almost subconscious look to his new works
Collectors are sure to respond to Pierog's minimalist, zenlike works.
Minoff's extensive study of the ocean has led him to a true method of depicting its power and grandeur.
Art as carefully measured adventure unveiled in New York.
Seaton evokes the changing beauty of the timeless English garden.
Stats shows her mastery of color, temperature and intensity.
Honesty and dedication shine in this master's work.
Mood and emotion expressed in vibrant color.
Offutt's painterly style uses mood and emotion to create a sense of place.
Drawing from a glorious historical landscape tradition.
Gregor offers three different ways of interpreting traditional landscape painting.
Yost's work as a conservator of famous American art brings a classical feel and longevity to his paintings.
Sublime photography from a master.
Slice of life paintings focus on intimate moments in crowded places.
Quality will always find favor with collectors.
Clean lines, classical style draw Leary to paintings of historic architecture and still life.
Huston's new paintings document the myth of the modern American worker.
Rafferty's beach and ocean scenes take the viewer from the Hamptons to the South of France.
Sanchez shows range of styles, from architectural works to figures, in his new Naples exhibition.
Blending two distinct art traditions.
Wheatley's flora and fauna serve as a bridge between two worlds in these contemporary still lifes.
Collectors queue for Youngquist's fields of flowers.
Mather uses common symbols to convey his emotional experiences.
Godfrey captures the light-filled grandeur of America.
Conveying the wonder of monumental landscapes.
Coyle draws from images of daily life to comment on how we view the natural world.
Featherston's home and studio connects her with great American painters of the past.
The South Carolina lowcountry creates an opportunity to push compositions based on color and shapes.
Lake Michigan and the Sonoran Desert give Diane Van Noord seasons of beauty and inspiration.
Each issue we will ask leading galleries coast to coast to tell us what's hot and to identify the trends in their city.
Art Chicago in the Park, 2006.
Creating a personal space
By Aldo Castillo
Software developer Bob Gowdy shows how art, architecture and furniture can be combined to personalize and humanize an interior space.
Collecting still life paintings
By John O'Hern
Learn about the trends in still life work and the collectable artists currently painting in this ever-shifting style.
The 5 Essential Rules of Collecting
By Eric Cohler
Creating a collection is a fantastic journey, start small and you will be amazed at the places that it will take you.
How an artist's reputation affects the value of a work of art.
By Jane C.H. Jacob
Reputation means the difference between success and failure in the art market.
Confessions of a Starving Artist
By Harley Brown
You've read what art consultants, appraisers, dealers and museums have to say, now, in this ongoing series, you can read what life is like from an artist's viewpoint.
The California Art Club 95th Annual Gold Medal Juried Exhibition Pasadena Museum of California Art 1-23 April.
The 2006 Exhibition of the Plein Air Painters of the Southeast.
Five Contemporary Chinese artists living and painting in the United States are the common thread, each blending Western techniques with Eastern culture and traditions, in this unique group show.
Northern California's hills and valleys are covered with a beautiful blanket of flowers this Spring, all captured on canvas by William Lester Gallery's artists.
New explorations of figure painting bring a resurgence of interest to this classical art form.
The Walls Gallery in Wilmington, North Carolina, has lured 17 superior artists from all over the country for its exciting paint out and exhibition.