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Southwest Art November 2013 Digital Edition

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You love figurative art and the study of human beings in their environments.

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You’ll love this issue of Southwest Art if:

  • You love figurative art and the study of human beings in their environments.
  • You love landscapes of the West and Southwest.
  • You love discovering the emerging artists and the must-see art shows of the West

In this issue of Southwest Art we turn a light to the artwork of the human figure, from portraits to studies of the human figure to paintings of people going about their day-to-day lives. First we introduce you to Colorado-based artist Johanna Harmon whose evocative paintings emerge from a close relationship with her subjects. Discover the event that altered how the artist perceives each unique subject she brings to canvas. For Carrie Ballantyne, creativity was always encouraged, even as a young child. But it was her relocation to Wyoming that ignited a passion for capturing the faces of the West. Read more about her journey from the urban West Coast to the rugged West and the artwork that ensued. Finally, don’t miss our Figure Portfolio, where you’ll meet 10 artists who approach figurative painting from very different perspectives.

Also in this issue, you’ll meet landscape painter Arturo Chávez, whose monumental paintings of the desert Southwest will likely leave you reeling. And don’t miss our feature on Michael Ome Untiedt who paints everyday moments of the West, both historic and contemporary. We’ll also take you on a tour of Jesse Powell’s Cannery Row studio in Monterey, CA.

Also in this issue we take a tour of art shows spanning the country, from Kirkland, WA, to Santa Barbara, CA, to Santa Fe, NM, to Osage Beach, MO, to New York, NY—with plenty of other western stops along the way.

Other columns in the November 2013 issue of Southwest Art include:
From the Editor: Storytelling in figurative art
Artists to Watch: Shirley Gipson, Miguel Malagon, and Brenda Howell
I Saw it in SWA: Paintings and sculpture sold from our pages

Features
Soaring Perspectives
Large-scale landscapes by Arturo Chávez depict the wonders of the West. By Norman Kolpas

Everyday Western Moments
Colorado painter Michael Ome Untiedt captures contemporary and historic visions of the West. By Bonnie Gangelhoff

My World
A visit with Jesse Powell at his studio in Monterey, CA. By Bonnie Gangelhoff

A Compassionate Vision
Johanna Harmon’s paintings reflect both inner and outer beauty. By Gussie Fauntleroy

Facing West
From ranches to rodeos, Carrie Ballantyne’s portraits depict an authentic West. By Rosemary Carstens

Watching Their Figures
Meet 10 artists who focus their artistic attention on the human form.

Show Previews
Santa Fe Art Auction
Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Ron Hicks
Gallery 1261, Denver, CO

The West Select
Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ

Scottsdale Salon
Legacy Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ

Three-Person Show
Whistle Pik Galleries, Fredericksburg, TX

Casey Baugh
Arcadia Contemporary, New York, NY

American Women Artists
RS Hanna Gallery, Fredericksburg, TX

William Suys
Worrell Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Scottsdale Fall for the Arts
Various locations, Scottsdale, AZ

Nancy Bush
InSight Gallery, Fredericksburg, TX

Great American Figurative Show
Waterhouse Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA

George Catlin Exhibit
Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, CA

Bryce Cameron Liston
RS Hanna Gallery, Fredericksburg, TX

NOAPS Best of America
Multiple locations, Bolivar & Osage Beach, MO

Andre Kohn
Howard/Mandville Gallery, Kirkland, WA

National Pastel Show
Hispanic Arts Center, Albuquerque, NM

Hidden in the Hills Studio Tour
Various locations, Cave Creek, AZ

Columns
From the Editor
Storytelling in figurative art

Artists to Watch
Shirley Gipson, Miguel Malagon, Brenda Howell

I Saw it in SWA!
Paintings and sculpture sold from our pages

Additional Information

SKU U6990
Instructor Southwest Art Magazine
Product Type Magazine Download
ISBN13 N/A
Pages N/A
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