Still lifes and figurative works offer contemporary twist on 19th century aesthetics.
Taos serves as a perfect location for these modern Luminist paintings.
A mix of figurative work and impressionistic landscape provides a chance to capture a moment in time.
Sculptor takes a more linear, abstract look to get at the essence of shape and form.
Lipking's paintings combine figure study with his own design and composition.
Large Representational works serve as catalyst for new Index Abstraction series.
New seascapes offer a softer version of photorealism for this New York show.
Artist chooses to visually simplify complex subjects to help viewers connect with these paintings.
Visual puns, wordplay allow Pfeiffer to create still lifes that offer more than traditional takes on shape and form.
Unique character of San Francisco comes through in the painterly cityscapes.
Boggess' large landscape paintings offer a whole new take on plein air painting.
New underwater series allows Monks to show intense color in diffused light countered against a reflective undersurface.
Subject matter takes a back seat to value, line and color to create these expressive new works.
Surrealist collage works based in the art culture and influences of 1950's Los Angeles.
Painting, sketching on location provide stock of visual notes for Young's large landscapes.
Loose, spontaneous style suits these painterly landscapes of Taos and the Puget Sound.
'Hidden L.A.' brings out the beauty and nostalgia tied to forgotten urban areas.
"Scene and Herd" gives two different looks at the landscapes of northern New Mexico.
Jameson switches palette from bright colors to more subtle, subdued grays and darks.
Drawings, portraits present infinite possibilities in painting the figure.
Figures become elements of mystery and drama in the New York exhibition.
Celebrity courtroom dramas also serves as emotional subject matter on canvas.
Duce's singles, solitary trees provide a perfect combination of realism and abstraction.
Beautiful skyscapes come from artist's spontaneity and truthfulness.
Other people's passions caught on canvas for this new Florida exhibition.
Complete control over environment, subject and composition have turned this artist to still life painting.
Roman art and antiques influence this Italian-born artist.
Sculptor attracted to subject matter by their physical form and rich symbolic history.
A matched love and similar eye for art creates a magnificent and harmonious collection in this Santa Barbara, CA home.
Each issue we ask leading galleries coast to coast to tell us what's hot and to identify the trends in their city.
American Collectors at Home
Patti and David Silver
By Eric Cohler
Discover what artists see when they turn their brushes on themselves.
By John O'Hern
Something old, Something new
Michael Cook's three-story Chicago townhome shows how contemporary art can blend perfectly with antiquities, as long as the interior space is designed around the collection.
By Aldo Castillo
In this ongoing series, you can read what life is like from an artist's viewpoint.
By Harley Brown
Discover one of the southwest's most alluring fine art destinations.