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Jan 31, 2019
Dan Young Reflects from His Studio on Painting the Moon and Snow at Night
“I love chasing the moon,” says Dan Young. In his studio in Silt, Colorado, Young shares what it is that challenges him about capturing snow and painting at night, as well as what he considers his successes. Watch the video and be sure to see the new arrivals by Dan Young, now on view in Seasons of […]
Jan 24, 2019
ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Peter Campbell
From the home and studio of Peter Campbell in Durango, Colorado, nature is a readily available inspiration frequently reflected on Peter Campbell’s canvases. Despite pursuing his passion for painting ever since finding the medium, Campbell started his artistic career as a photographer after completing his studies at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia.
Nov 27, 2018
Wild and Rescued Animals in a New Light
Mike Weber, an avid naturalist, outdoorsman, artist, and animal lover, uses his “Color” Series to frame rescued and wild animals in a relatable, modern way. See what Weber has to say, along with the new arrivals of the series. COLOR SERIES   I vividly remember the natural colors, patinas and textures on decaying, historic homesteads […]
Nov 16, 2018
Southwest Art Magazine Show Preview
Show Preview  |  Home for the Holidays By: Southwest Art | November 15, 2018 | Kim Agricola This article was originally published in the December 2018 issue of Southwest Art Magazine. Get the Southwest Art December 2018 print issue.   For art-loving holiday shoppers, the search for that special gift this season warrants a stop at Ann Korologos […]
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Sep 12, 2018
Self-Taught Artist Joel Ostlind Reflects on His Foundations
2018 Interview between Joel Ostlind and Claire de L’Arbre. All images provided by Joel Ostlind. Wyoming native Joel Ostlind is a self-taught artist who spent fifteen years of his life herding cattle on horses on large ranches throughout the American West. In 1990, he bid farewell to his cowboy days and moved with his wife […]
Jun 27, 2018
Interview with Paula Schuette Kraemer
The artwork of Paula Schuette Kraemer is fun and whimsical, relatable and nostalgic. She is largely known for her drypoint monoprints and monotypes, but after sitting down with the artist and looking at the many series she has completely, it is clear that Paula’s medium is as diverse as her inspirations, using anything from steel […]
Jun 12, 2018
An Interview with Leon Loughridge
“As an artist you learn everything about the language you work in and you take the vocabulary and make it your own.” —Leon Loughridge Leon Loughridge is a painter and printmaker, translating his plein air sketches and watercolors into captivating reduction wood blocks, hand-printed on a 1920 Vandercook Flatbed Letterpress through his publishing company in […]
May 23, 2018
Ewoud de Groot Interview with Aspen Public Radio
  Ewoud de Groot visited the Roaring Fork Valley from the Netherlands. Learn what inspires the shimmering abstract backgrounds and wildlife in de Groot’s paintings in the interview with Aspen Public Radio reporter, Christin Kay. Original interview aired on Aspen Public Radio on Friday, May 18, 2018. Ewoud de Groot’s work is always available at […]
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