This gallery exhibition features artworks of well-known architectural landmarks, mainly from Richard Haas as well as works by Assunta Sera, Daniel Hauben, James Iska, Helen Frank, and many others.
Compelled by the excess of images in our contemporary world, this artist reveals how these visuals determine our society’s behavior.
Through intricately painted scenes and poetically composed photographs, viewers are invited into the lives and imaginations of these two great artists.
Robinson’s work combines traditional methods, but in a thoroughly modern way. See a preview of his new exhibition here.
The Western art world once again will converge when the annual Quest for the West Art Show and Sale returns to the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art. Get the dates and see a preview here.
What Sorolla drawings have found themselves in this Texas collection?
Lori White brings an environmentalist’s passion to her easel, always seeking ways to show viewers how beautiful and fragile our planet is, and hopefully spurring them to help protect it.
These contemporary works are a soulful culmination of light and color, which have been and continue to be the artist’s inspiration.
“It is no small feat to both teach a full-time schedule in our schools and carry on a studio practice.” Artists and Mentors shines a well-deserved spotlight on the talented practicing artists who are also teaching and inspiring their young students in the classroom.
See how this nautical painting of a racing sailboat built in 1921 came to be, in a behind-the-scenes look with the artist himself.