Landscapes On View: With practiced hand and a loaded brush, Laurel Daniel approaches each subject matter with great reverence. Her energetic, painterly mark-making reveals evidence of an ongoing search to capture the essence of our physical world.
Combining nostalgic memory that is rooted in a sense of ephemeral familiarity alongside sensitive observation of place, Jurney’s work is an exploration of the romantic potential of landscape.
Discover which landscape paintings received the top awards in the PAAC 24th Annual Exhibition and Sale.
As part of our effort to continue to keep artists and art galleries in business, we're proud to bring you this week's "Virtual Gallery Walk."
There is a unique and important connection between visual arts and birds. With that in mind, Rehs Contemporary has partnered with the ARC and the American Bird Conservancy to help raise awareness regarding threats to bird populations and the effects their dwindling numbers have on our ecosystems.
Like many events this year, the 33rd Western Visions Show & Sale, hosted by the National Museum of Wildlife Art, has adapted to fit into today's challenges. Learn more in this preview...
Five decades ago, Finis Collins, Ivan McDougal, and Clay McGaughy took a week-long painting trip to Texas’s magnificent Big Bend National Park. They enjoyed it so much they decided to make it an annual event. View the resulting paintings in this exhibition.
As part of our effort to continue to keep artists and art galleries in business, we're proud to bring you this new "Virtual Gallery Walk."
When Rance Jones visited Cuba, he was immediately inspired to begin painting the current reality of life there. Making more visits from his native Texas, Jones fixed his eye on the people of Cuba and the music, commerce, dance, thought and history that informs their daily lives.
On View: Alex Kanevsky’s paintings resound with a fluid, sensual energy. The works hold multitudes, capturing innumerable moments that overlap and spill over as they fill the canvas.