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In the April issue of Southwest Art you’ll meet Native American artists Nocona Burgess and Mike Larsen. Artist Nocona Burgess grew up listening to the history-making stories of his famous Comanche ancestors and being encouraged to draw and paint by artistic parents. Today, Burgess brings to the canvas remarkable members of the Comanche Nation, people, he says, who have stories to tell. Read more about his history-book-making ancestors and view his award-winning work in the April issue.
After studying art in college and with David Leffel at the Art Students League of New York, Mike Larsen and his wife began a journey of discovery into his Chickasaw heritage as well as other Native tribes. Today Larsen is in high demand to paint and sculpt scenes from Native American history. Learn more about his personal artistic style and his monumental sculptures and murals documenting contemporary and historical Native American stories.
Also in the issue learn about landscape painter Jake Gaedtke and pyrographer Julie Bender, take a tour of New Mexico painter Ethelinda’s Santa Fe studio, and meet six painters who bring everyday objects into the spotlight in our still-life portfolio.
The April issue features previews of the best art shows around America from New Jersey to Los Angeles with stops in Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado, Arizona, Washington state, and Vancouver, BC.
Other columns in the April 2014 issue of Southwest Art include:
From the Editor: An important exhibit on Native artist George Morrison
Artists to Watch: James McGrew, Sheri Farabaugh, Tanja Gant
I Saw it in SWA: Paintings and sculpture sold from our pages.
Jake Gaedtke paints landscapes that express primal connections with art and nature. By Norman Kolpas
A Burning Passion
Julie Bender takes fine-art pyrography to new heights. By Gussie Fauntleroy
A visit with Ethelinda at her studio in Santa Fe, NM. By Bonnie Gangelhoff
Illuminating the Past
Mike Larsen paints an American visual history. By Rosemary Carstens
Nocona Burgess paints Native American people with stories to tell. By Bonnie Gangelhoff
Meet 6 painters who design and paint the still life.
Rendezvous Exhibition & Sale
Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, OK
Scottsdale Art Auction
Scottsdale Art Auction Exhibition Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ
Maxwell Alexander Gallery, Culver City, CA
Greenhouse Fine Art, San Antonio, TX
Browning, Haworth & Joe
InSight Gallery, Fredericksburg, TX
Gold Medal Exhibition
Autry National Center, Los Angeles, CA
Outdoor Painters Society Show
Southwest Gallery, Dallas, TX
Evergreen Fine Art, Evergreen, CO
California & Western Auction
Bonhams, Los Angeles, CA
Capture the Light: Inside-Outside
Arts at Denver, Denver, CO
Fountainhead Gallery, Seattle, WA
Kent Ullberg & Guy Harvey
Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum, Oradell, NJ
Pousette Gallery, Vancouver, BC
From the Editor
An important exhibit on Native artist George Morrison
Artists to Watch
James McGrew, Sheri Farabaugh, Tanja Gant
I Saw it in SWA!
Paintings and sculpture sold from our pages
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