Douglas Atwill: Southwest Landscapes in Acrylic

Born in Pasadena, California, Douglas Atwill moved with his family to Texas as a teenager. After earning his bachelor of arts degree in English literature from the University of Texas at Austin, he worked as a copywriter—and then an art director—for an Austin ad agency. In 1969 he moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, and began his career as an artist. His work has appeared in dozens of solo and group exhibitions, is featured in several books and resides in major collections, such as those of the Exxon Mobil Corporation, Merrill Lynch and the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe. The Meyer East Gallery in Santa Fe represents Atwill’s work. Visit the artist’s website at

To read more about Atwill, see the May 2010 issue of The Artist’s Magazine. Here is some art that didn’t appear in the issue.

Bend in the River/Galisteo III (acrylic, 24x24)

Barbados Garden (acrylic, 36x36)

Athos II (pen and ink, 12x9)

Mesa View, Zuni II (acrylic, 12x12)

Tristan’s Garden with Anthemis (acrylic, 30x30)

Sienna Cliffs (Chama) I (acrylic, 24x24)



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