Horses as Symbol; Walker & Ross at Altamira

You can’t judge a green broke gelding on first impressions.  I emailed a few friends about their thoughts on why the image of Wyoming’s cowboy on a bucking bronc stirs

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How’s Your Art Market? Art Notes!

  One thing these artists do share: their individual painting styles are instantly recognizable. You can’t fake Ringholz, Schenck or Cawdrey. Have you had a chance to de-brief yourself about

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Turner’s Wyoming Ode; Eclipse Me; Art Lab Shirt Show!

“The appreciation we all share for its undeniable beauty is a common thread. I hope to create paintings that tap into this shared connection, this oneness.” ~ Kathryn Mapes Turner

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Your Plein Air Roots

I was 10, my brother six when, one morning, we walked down to the Field. A group of plein air painters had gathered under the eucalyptus. Their clothes, easels, hats…all were “foreign” to us, figures materialized from another era. My brother and I made our way over to the group.

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Well Done, “Wallpaper!”; Sanders and McCauley at Altamira-Scottsdale

After a long winter’s lull, Spring is around the corner. If you can’t feel it in the air, you can feel it in Jackson’s art scene. In the past two

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