Following in the tradition of Andrew Wyeth, this artist captured a slice of Americana through his own interpretive lens.
With a focus on buildings and other structures in Claude Monet’s (1840-1926) works, this is the first exhibition devoted to the artist’s relationship with architecture, and invites us to see the ‘Father of Impressionism” in an entirely new way.
View a selection of the outstanding prizewinners, chosen from 995 entries in the recent American Women Artists online juried show.
This exhibition of thirty-one paintings is the artist’s first major retrospective; it includes many new, never before seen works. His subjects hover between traditional figurative painting and portraiture, with subjects often seemingly caught in an interrupted moment, as if the sitter has just realized the artist’s presence.
Artist Simona Dolci tells us about her current exhibition, which deals with the powerful themes of Venuses, males of love, and males of war.
Spanning the years from 1952 through 2015, these portraits cover the long career of a successful artist who has truly honed his craft. Learn where you can view the paintings in this exhibition preview.
Learn about a current San Antonio fine art auction that reflects the vastness of the great American West, from dreamy landscape vistas to historic missions.
Read an excerpt from Doug Woodham’s “Art Collecting Today” and learn why you might want to consider hiring an art advisor for your collecting journey.
Learn about an upcoming event hosted by Windows to the Divine, which promotes patronage and philanthropy that directly supports living artists and serves those in need.
More than 700 diverse artworks expressing the artist’s relationship to the natural world, or their response to issues confronting the environment, were submitted for “Healing Nature.”