You’ll Love This Digital Issue of Southwest Art If:
- You love to collect art & love the creative energy of the Southwest
- You want to plan your next art collecting trip to New Mexico & other art communities
- You want to complete your Southwest Art library and love the great content in every issue of the Southwest Art magazine
Discover your new favorite art piece, plan your next art collecting trip and discover some new sources of inspiration with the April 2011 issue of Southwest Art. With this issue you’ll hear from our editors as they share the latest in the art collecting community and you’ll get a great peek into the creative process of top artists working today. This and every issue of Southwest Art magazine is focused on helping people interested in buying original art find the right piece for their collection.
Columns Editor's Letter
The importance of exploration.Artist to Watch
Terry Strickland explores the human condition.Art Values
Three restaurant scenes to add to your collection.I saw it in SWA!
Paintings and sculpture sold from our pages.Success Stories
Catching up with Deborah Bays, who first appeared in our pages in August 2003.From Our Archives
A look at some notable western covers from the last 40 years.Recent Books
New additions for your bookshelf.Index to AdvertisingNews Makers
Daniel Smith's prize-winning painting from the Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale.
Events Featured in the Digital April 2011 Issue of Southwest Art Include:
FeaturesThe Haunting Landscape
- Southwest Salon International at Greenhouse Gallery in San Antonio, TX.
- Rocky Mountains Governor's Invitational Art Show and Sale at the Loveland Museum/Gallery in Loveland, CO.
- West Coast Dick Heimbold at Segil Fine Art in Monrovia, CA.
- Beyond the West Wildlife & Western Visions art show at the Raymond James Financial Center in St. Petersburg, FL.
Pieces from Steven Lee Adams are known for their quiet power and mysterious resonance that engage audiences. By Virginia CampbellRiding High
Western canvases by John Fawcett features two of his revealing life passions - art and horses. By Mark MussariA Pivotal Role
The California Art Club has brought attention and respect to the genre of realist art. By Bonnie GangelhoffMy World
Enjoy a look inside the Santa Fe, NM stuidio of Roseta Santiago. By Bonnie GangelhoffInside Edition
The interiors of homes and businesses are depicted by six interesting painters.Pushing Boundaries
Dan McCaw strives for increasingly personal interpretations in his latest expressive canvases. By Rosemary CarstensBelow the Surface
Lorenzo Chávez's pastel landscapes are imbued with a spirit of history and a deep connection to nature that goes beyond the visible. By Reed GlennThe Soul of Wildlife
Simple surfaces created by the animal sculptures from Bart Walter are imbued with an essential spirit. By Gussie FauntleroyRich in Spirit
Dean Mitchell's paintings capture a sense of place and people. By Bonnie Gangelhoff
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