The Love Affair Continues

Jim Wilcox’s landscape paintings have earned him a host of awards and a standing as one of the most respected Western artists in the country. From his home and studio in Jackson, Wyoming, he doesn’t have to go far to find inspiration, often returning to a location time and again

Following His Dream

In early July, recently returned from a trip to Alaska, Daniel Keys is happily painting back home near Fresno, California. Although he enjoyed the experience, which included giving painting demonstrations for an art group on a cruise and being exposed to the majesty of Alaska, Keys says he was a

Relationships Are Key

After running a successful veterinary practice in Pennsylvania for 20 years, John Fawcett decided to cash it in and forge a new career as a fine artist. It was not a decision he made lightly, however. After all, his first love has always been animals (he bought his first horse

Nature’s Impact

A paintbrush or lump of clay in the hands of Arizona artist Ed Mell becomes transcendent. What his eyes see often becomes transformed at his hand. Puffy clouds, muted purple mountains framed by a peach halo, as the sun slips behind them, become infused with vibrant, electric energy. Forms and

An Independent Spirit

As a fifth generation Oklahoman and a member of the Sweet Potato Clan of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, sculptor Paul Moore has long been fascinated by stories depicting the history of his home state. Many of those stories document the involvement of family members in significant events such as the

No Restrictions

Jenness Cortez had several ideas in mind when she started planning her recent painting titled Conversations with a Cowboy. She knew she would build the composition around Frederic Remington’s painting Stampede by Lightning and that she wanted to include photographs of real cowboys with it. She also had a Charles