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Southwest Art October 2014 Digital Edition

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The October issue of Southwest Art is our annual collector's issue. Learn how to purchase or commission artwork, how to understand pricing, and where to stay and eat in great art destinations. Meet landscape art painter Ray Roberts and figurative painter Joseph Lorusso.

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You'll love this issue of Southwest Art if:

  • You love tips and techniques for smarter art collecting.

  • You love landscape and figure paintings.

  • You love catching up with artists we've featured years ago.


In the October 2014 issue of Southwest Art discover 13 things every collector should know about finding, buying, and hanging art. You'll learn how to understand pricing, how to frame artwork, and how to get your artwork appraised as well as where to stay and where to eat in three great art-buying cities: Santa Fe, NM; Jackson, WY; and Scottsdale, AZ.

In this issue, you'll meet landscape painter Ray Roberts. His love of the natural world and his fascination with patterns and design fuel not only his landscapes and seascapes, but also his deepening exploration into figurative art. We also revisit Missouri-based artist Joseph Lorusso, whose timeless vignettes of everyday people evoke a richly emotional experience.

Also in this issue, take a tour of artist Teruko Wilde's Earthship painting studio in El Prado, NM; check in with 12 other artists we featured years ago; and preview 20 art shows around the West from Laguna Beach, CA, to Oklahoma City, OK.

Other columns in the October issue of Southwest Art include:
From the Editor: Thoughts on tradition and change
Artists to Watch: Rita Pacheco, Matteo Caloiaro, Eric Bowman
I Saw It in SWA: Paintings and sculpture sold from our pages
Aritsts of Note: Deborah Berniklau, Karen Budan, Guilloume, Rhonda McCay, Otto Stürcke

Features
Rhythms of the World
Ray Roberts celebrates his lifelong connection to nature. By Norman Kolpas

My World
A visit with Teruko Wilde at her studio in El Prado, NM. By Bonnie Gangelhoff

People Like Us
Joseph Lorusso cuts to the emotional core in his timeless scenes of everyday folk. By Gussie Fauntleroy

13 Things Every Collector Should Know
A compendium of expert advice and insider information to make your art-collecting experiences better than ever. By Bonnie Gangelhoff

Where Are They Now?
Check in with 12 artists who were featured years ago.

Show Previews
Native Beauty
Ventana Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

Edward Aldrich
Evergreen Fine Art, Evergreen, CO

A Grand Adventure
Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert, Palm Desert, CA

Cowboy Crossings
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, OK

American Women Artists
Booth Western Art Museum, Cartersville, GA

Contemporary Realism
Gallery 1261, Denver, CO

Andre Kohn
Waterhouse Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA

The Spell of Light & Shadows
Arts at Denver, Denver, CO

Gladys Roldan-de-Moras
InSight Gallery, Fredericksburg, TX

Laguna Plein Air
The Ranch at Laguna Beach, Laguna Beach, CA

Suzanne Donazetti
Waxlander Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Small Works Show
Howard/Mandville Gallery, Kirkland, WA

Manfred Rapp
Joe Wade Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

American Impressionist Society
Abend Gallery Fine Art, Denver, CO

Richard Alan Nichols
Sunset Art Gallery of Amarillo, Amarillo, TX

Canyon Road Paint Out
Various locations, Santa Fe, NM

Canyon de Chelly Landscapes
Segil Fine Art Source, Monrovia, CA

Rims to Ruins
The Wildlife Experience, Parker, CO

Tracy and Sushe Felix
Tracy Miller Gallery, Manitou Springs, CO

Plein Air Moab
Various locations, Moab, UT

Columns
From the Editor
Thoughts on tradition and change

Artists to Watch
Rita Pacheco, Matteo Caloiaro, Eric Bowman

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

Artists of Note
Deborah Berniklau, Karen Budan, Guilloume, Rhonda McCay, Otto Stürcke

Additional Information

SKU T3392
Product Type Magazine Download
Pages N/A
ISBN13 9781440337949
Instructor Southwest Art Magazine
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