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Mar 09, 2024
Michael Kessler: Living a creative life
Michael Kessler is an abstract artist inspired by nature. He lives a creative life that is deeply intwined in nature and curiosity, experimentation and wonder. For fifty years, he has experimented with new mediums, whether it be acrylic (created while he was in college), or his own inventions and processes that are incorporated into mixed […]
Mar 07, 2024
Landscape Abstractions: Michael Kessler and Andy Taylor | Press Release
Ann Korologos Gallery presents Landscape Abstractions: Michael Kessler and Andy Taylor on view from March 2 to 22, 2024 at Ann Korologos Gallery in historic downtown Basalt, CO and virtually at korologosgallery.com.  About the Exhibit “Keen observers of the natural world, Andy Taylor and Michael Kessler present their most recent abstract interpretations of nature,” shares Sue Edmonds, […]
Feb 28, 2024
Terry Gardner | Mud, Dust, Cold & Snow
Terry Gardner moved west from Missouri to paint the outdoors and develop an intimate relationship with the land and life of the west. Shortly after moving to Colorado he studied with Mark Daily and Quang Ho at the Art Students League of Denver. Gardner’s compositions are born from his surroundings but evolve in his studio […]
Feb 28, 2024
Donna Howell-Sickles | The Joy in Being Who We Are
Donna Howell-Sickles has been part of the Texas ranching culture since she was born. Raised on a 900-acre farm, Howell-Sickles knew the true strength and joy of women in the ranching world, and yet, they were often depicted on the fringe of the culture: waiting for or watching the men come and go, gloriously, on horseback. […]
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Feb 28, 2024
Leon Loughridge | Moku Hanga Meditation Interview
Leon Loughridge marries his inspiration both the American West and Japanese-style moku (wood) hanga (print) to depict the landscapes of Colorado and New Mexico. Every part of his process involves presence and a slow meditation, from observations in nature and watercolor sketches in the field, to the detailed watercolor studies in the studio, to the carving and manual involvement of the moku hanga process – which you may read more […]
Feb 22, 2024
Joel Ostlind | Cowboys and Coffee at the Neighbors
Joel Ostlind is a self-taught artist who spent much of his life herding cattle on horses throughout the American West. He holds degrees in Soil Science and Ranch Management, but this tall cowboy always carried a sketchbook to record his intimacy with the land in exquisite detail and authenticity. His sketchbook was noticed in the ’90s during a […]
Feb 16, 2024
WESTERN HERITAGE: An Honest Conversation with Simon Winegar
What does Western Heritage mean to you? I think at some point in life we’re all looking for our roots, an understanding of what it means, and where we go from here. My heritage is quite western, so part of what I do in my work is simply striving to understand more of myself, where I come from and where I’m going. […]
Feb 06, 2024
Painting Nocturnes: From Dusk 'til Dawn
The time of darkness is relatively unknown to us, and the colors, contours, and characters of the world change completely when the sun sets, and as the moon waxes and wanes. Artists such as Dan Young, Leon Loughridge, and Paula Schuette Kraemer, all dared to venture into the night to share its beauty and their […]