The new definition of hands-on sculptor
The artist who stood the test of time
Taking risks with color and form
The Old West in his blood
Painting emotional realism
Monumental light and color
Coming Available for Sale from Back East to Out West
Teepee Smoke: A New Look into the Life and Works of Joseph Henry Sharp
Part 3: This installment of Forrest Fenn's updated book on the life and works of Joseph Henry Sharp describes how he painted the masterpiece that changed his life.
In our tribute to the man who has been called one of the great Wildlife Masters, we assembled the thoughts of just some of the people who knew him and his work intimately.
This spectacular museum juxtaposes traditional and contemporary Western Art and is supported by extremely generous patrons who are making important exhibitions and acquisitions possible.
This magazine threw another huge launch party for artists, galleries and art collectors. And what a swell party it was.
As part of our mission to discuss various aspects of Western Art marketing, this issue we investigate the positive aspect of fine art reproductions and the desire to own a particular artist's work. By John Geraghty
The symbolic attraction of Wildlife Art
Wildlife art demonstrates man's earliest compulsion to be at one with the wild.
By John O'Hern
Throughout history, frames have been carved, gilded, ornate and have an impact on the presentation of paintings. Contributing Editor John O'Hern looks at framing the West.
By John O’Hern