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In the January 2016 issue of Southwest Art you’ll meet western artists Don Coen—who creates large-scale, air-brushed images of rural Colorado farm and ranch life—and Utah resident Adair Payne, who continues to paint the landscape of his California upbringing. Also in this issue, we’ll take you on a cross-country preview of five exceptional museum exhibits, from the Denver Art Museum’s homage to Walter Ufer and E. Martin Hennings to the Pheonix Art Museum’s presentation of Super Indian: Fritz Scholder, 1967-1980.
Love art competitions and discovering new artists? In the January issue we bring you a sampling of the finalists and winners of the 32nd Annual Art Competition presented by our sister publication The Artist’s Magazine, as well as a look at gallery and museum art shows across the West.
The year ahead promises to bring a bonanza of terrific art exhibitions to western museums around the country. By Bonnie Gangelhoff
A calendar of selected annual shows, auctions, and other collecting opportunities in the West and beyond.
Something to See
Don Coen’s large-scale paintings bring us face to face with rural America. By Gussie Fauntleroy
Connecting With Nature
Adair Payne channels the soul of the landscape. By Elizabeth L. Delaney
The Jurors’ Choice
A sampling of winners and finalists in the 32nd Annual Art Competition recently conducted by The Artist’s Magazine, a sister publication to Southwest Art.
Coors Western Art Show
National Western Stock Show Complex, Denver, CO
Best of the West
Ann Korologos Gallery, Basalt, CO
Palumbo & Bowles
Coda Gallery, Palm Desert, CA
St. George Museum of Art, St. George, UT
LA Art Show
Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA
Celebration of Fine Art
Hayden Road & Loop 101, Scottsdale, AZ
From the Editor
An artful year ahead
Artists to Watch
Cristen Miller, Beth Sistrunk, Rick Pas
I Saw it in SWA!
Paintings and sculpture sold from our pages
Special Advertising Sections
Art of Arizona, Pastels
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