Six of today's top Southwest painters unveil their latest works on canvas.
Renowned Chinese artists present new works depicting Chinese, Tibetan and Native American cultures.
Group show features the process of artwork from start to finish.
Group show ushers a fresh perspective, especially on canvas.
Annual event brings together 19 acclaimed wildlife and Western artists.
Western Art Collector's Guide to Major Upcoming Events, Sales and Auctions
The Nόmadas del Arte's annual Paint Out and Show presents the Southwest in plein air
Who's buying whose art they first saw in this magazine.
The multi-million-dollar Helen Cox Kersting Collection of Southwestern Cultural Arts reflects a collector's passion and devotion.
By James H. Nottage
A keen eye and photographic memory launch Robert Peters into the category of one of America's great landscape painters.
By John Geraghty
Devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe results in her image appearing in the work of both the acclaimed and accomplished, to the humble and untrained.
By John O'Hern
Auction and Event Previews
Rare Charles Schreyvogel painting highlights the Scottsdale Art Auction.
Apache bow and quiver signed by Geronimo leads Cowan's April American Indian Auction.
With nearly 30 of today's top contemporary artists, the Gilcrease Museum’s annual Rendezvous promises to be another reunion of top Western art.
New exhibition spotlights seldom-seen paintings by 18 deceased masters opens at National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.
Into the Landscape: Vistas and Visions
The Autry's 12th annual Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale sees record attendance, $3.6 million in sales on opening night.
The 19th annual High Noon Western Americana Auction brought thousands of visitors and over $1.2 million in sales.
The J. Willott Gallery's Western Artists of America Miniature Show and Silent Auction brought out artists and collectors for an exceptional fine art experience.