You’ll Love this Issue of Southwest Art If:
- You love the art of the American Southwest and you want to start your own art collection
- You want tips to help you to plan your next art collecting tip to the Southwest
- You’re an art collector, artist or art enthusiast looking for new sources of inspiration
The March 2011 issue of Southwest Art magazine has all the same great content you’ve come to expect from this top fine art magazine. Learn new tips for collecting art and learn how to collect art that is meaningful & valuable to you.
Focusing on artists and artwork of the Southwest, this issue includes features on landscapes and still lifes as well as interviews with established and up-and-coming Southwestern artists. Enjoy the beautiful pieces included in the pages of the March 2011 issue of Southwest Art.Hear from our great team of editors and enjoy a peak into the vibrant Southwestern art community.
Events Featured in the March 2011 Issue of Southwest Art Include:
FeaturesNew Western Perspectives
- Southwest Merrill Mahaffey show at Duley-Jones Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ
- Rocky Mountains Justin Wheatley show at Coda Gallery in Park City, UT
- West Coast Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition & Sale at the Autry National Center in Los Angeles, CA
- Beyond the West Clark Hulings show at Forbes Galleries in New York, NY
- Spotlight Cowgirl Up! Invitational exhibit & sale in Wickenburg, AZ
Utah painter Gary Ernest Smith plays at the intersection of nature and humankind in his art. By Norman KolpasSeeing the Light
Qiang Huang is a Renaissance man that carefully balances science and art. By Reed GlennTone Poems
The delicate still life and portraits painted by David Gray feature stillness and peacefulness. By Bonnie GangelhoffOne With Nature
Clive R. Tyler creates a luminous effect in his works using pastels that feature the New Mexico landscape. By Mark MussariWindow to a Wild World
Lindsay Scott paints the unique spirits of a variety of animals by capturing them in small daily moments. By Gussie FauntleroyCircle of Life
Go along on a journey from field to fine art in Colorado with sculptor Dan Ostermiller. By Rosemary CarstensMy World
A visit with Stephen C. LeBlanc at his studio in Parker, CO. By Bonnie GangelhoffBear Essentials
6 different interpretation and representations of the majestic bear.
Columns from our team of dedicated editors and contributors include a From the Editor featuring a report from the Denver, Colorado Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale as well as a feature on April Gargotto — our selected artist to watch! Keep track of pieces purchased after being featured in our pages and catch up with exciting artist Jill Soukup, first featured in Southwest Art
in 2000. Don’t miss out on the beautiful wildlife paintings included in this month’s spotlight.
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