Female artist on ladder in front of her paintings

Artist Spotlight: Beth Clary Schwier

Although she is known for her amazing floral pieces, Beth likes to paint unusual subjects from everyday life that evoke nostalgia and fond memories.
Female artist in front of one of her oil paintings

Artist Spotlight: Karen Ann Hitt

Hughes Gallery in Boca Grande, Florida — beginning its 22nd season — is hosting Hitt’s solo exhibit that opens February 15, 2022.
Portrait Paintings: Finding What's Noble in Others

Portrait Paintings: Finding What’s Noble in Others

Duffy Sheridan on his portrait paintings, his Bahá’í faith, and more.
Male sculptor sitting next to a life size sculpture of a man in a suit

Artist Spotlight: Gary Alsum

Most of Alsum’s work in the past couple of decades has been in collaboration with individual collectors or municipal entities along with the National Sculptors’ Guild (NSG).
Landscape paintings - Mary Pettis

More Than Technique

"All I know is that when I paint a scene close to my heart, from life, something deep inside me resonates, and I am able to recall and expand on that memory more profoundly in the studio.”
Western art by Charles M. Russell

The Life of Charles M. Russell

"Back-Tracking in Memory" by Nancy Cooper Russell tells the story of the endearing, gifted cowboy artist, Charles M. Russell.
Woman artist in front of her painting

Artist Spotlight: Marcia Holmes

Often painting larger scale impressionist landscape paintings in oil or mixed media on canvas, Marcia Holmes’ desired response for a viewer is to find a resting place of ‘grace in space.’
Sons of Victory bas-relief sculpture

Bas-Relief: Sons of Victory

The artist's youthful experiences opened the door for his natural curiosity and ability to take flight, and as a teenager he not only copied Old Master works but also ...
Female artist standing in front of her paintings in her gallery

Artist Spotlight: Nicole White Kennedy

By taking workshops and assimilating new techniques, Kennedy’s works leaned towards colorful impressionism with a narrative flair.
Timothy Wilson, "Sunset," 5 x 7 inches, Oil on panel

The Beckoning Sea

Reflections on the art of painting > "As we interpret visual information into our artwork, the descriptions may get lost or deconstructed into abstraction..."

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