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Oct 12, 2020
Virtual Tour: Women of the Wild West exhibition
Ann Korologos Gallery presents Women of the Wild West, a group exhibition honoring the cultures, landscapes, and history of the American West through mixed media sculptures and paintings of Janet Nelson, Peggy Judy, Heather Foster, and 15 other contemporary female painters, sculptors and photographers. On view October 7 through November 14 at Ann Korologos Gallery […]
Oct 02, 2020
A Visit to the Maroon Bells Near Aspen, Colorado
The Maroon Bells, a mountain above Aspen, Colorado, is the most photographed mountain in the United States, and for good reason! Its picturesque stripes, ease of access, and exquisite beauty are worth the trip. This year, reservations were required, which makes the visit all-the-more-magical. Enjoy this video of the landscape, along with works by Dan […]
Sep 28, 2020
Southwest Art: Ann Korologos featured in 'State of the Art Market'
SIX GALLERY INSIDERS SHARE SAGE OBSERVATIONSfor CHALLENGING TIMES Korologos and her team built a virtual presence for the gallery back in 2010, three years after she bought it, as a strategic way to support the business. “We may be a mid-size gallery in a small town,” she says, “but thanks to digital, we have a […]
Sep 04, 2020
Interview with Tomas Lasansky by Western Art Collector
Western Art Collector previewed Ann Korologos Gallery’s Barns & Bones of the West exhibition in their September edition. Below is an interview by Chelsea Koressel of Western Art Collector of Tomas Lasansky, a featured artist in the group exhibition. Tell me a little about where you currently work and live? I live and work with […]
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Aug 14, 2020
Artist's Studio: Sarah Lamb Shows Progress of Still Life Paintings at Ann Korologos Gallery
Sarah Lamb is a talented and dynamic realist painter. With classical skill—and through transparency, depth and texture—she captures the minute details of everyday objects in her dramatic still lifes. Lamb paints from life and has shared stages of the paintings from “Peaches and Silver,” “Texas Spring Bouquet,” “Peonies in Silver” and “Heirloom Tomatoes” as painted […]
Jul 21, 2020
Sarah Lamb featured in Western Art & Architecture
View the article or purchase the issue at Western Art & Architecture. View the article or purchase the issue at Western Art & Architecture.
Jul 11, 2020
Woody Creek, Colorado Studio Visit with Ceramic Artist Michael Wisner
Inspired by ancient Anasazi and Mimbres potsherds, Michael Wisner began making southwestern pottery 25 years ago. Wisner’s ceramic works are made entirely from “scratch,” hand-digging and cleaning clay from the ground near his studio in Woody Creek, CO, hand-coiling the forms, and hand-pressing patterns of sacred geometry into the leather-hard clay before firing. Watch Wisner […]
Jul 07, 2020
Q & A: What About Nature Most Inspires You?
Do you ever wonder what inspires an artist to paint? The features artists of Landscapes: Near & Far thoughtfully answer: what about nature most inspires them? Below you’ll find an answer to the question, along with a select featured work by each artist. Peter Campbell Light, shapes and values. Light is the magic of the landscape […]
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