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Southwest Art

May 01 2019
Magazine

The work of the West's most accomplished artists come to your home in the pages of Southwest Art. Dedicated to the coverage and preservation of this unique genre of American art, each issue profiles the artists of the Southwest and looks at their work and what to expect in the upcoming times. Written for collectors, dealers and art enthusiasts of all levels, Southwest Art acts as your very own gallery, with brightly colored photography of hand-picked pieces filling the pages!

Southwest art

Stellar Show Results • Recent events bring recognition to talented artists

Kimball Geisler • Braving the West’s wild places

Carrie Wild • Wild at heart

Barbara Coleman • Following her North Star

I Saw it in SWA! • PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURE SOLD FROM OUR PAGES

Edward Aldrich • Sorrel Sky Gallery, May 3-31

Colorado Governor’s Art Show • Loveland Museum, May 3-June 2

Peggy McGivern • Saks Galleries, May 17-June 8

Plein Air Southwest • Various locations, May 6-12

Borman & Lewis • InSight Gallery, May 3-24

Oil Painters of America • Illume Gallery of Fine Art, May 10-June 7

Phippen Western Art Show • Courthouse Plaza, May 25-27

Cody Brothers • Modernist Frontier, May 22-June 19

American Tonalist Society • Salmagundi Club, May 3-10

Chris Turri • Dominique Boisjoli Fine Art, May 24-31

Sculpture Month • Canyon Road, May 24-26

Beverly Hills Art Show • Beverly Gardens Park, May 18-19

Defining Beauty • Suzie Baker’s lively canvases convey beauty and authenticity in all kinds of subjects

upcoming shows

An Unhurried Path • Cristall Harper’s dogscapes, seascapes, and floral paintings are the result of having time to grow

Compelling Reflections • Sheri Farabaugh captures water and other subjects in engaging, luminous paintings

Works on Paper • Meet 5 artists working in watercolor, pastel, and more

Editors’ CHOICE • This issue marks the 48th anniversary of Southwest Art. To celebrate the milestone, editors Kristin Hoerth and Kim Agricola have chosen 48 of our favorite artworks from the past year. These are the pieces (some of which appeared in print, others which appeared online only) that stood out to us on a personal level.

Vickie McMillan-Hayes • The art of persistence

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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 132 Publisher: Peak Media Properties, LLC Edition: May 01 2019

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The work of the West's most accomplished artists come to your home in the pages of Southwest Art. Dedicated to the coverage and preservation of this unique genre of American art, each issue profiles the artists of the Southwest and looks at their work and what to expect in the upcoming times. Written for collectors, dealers and art enthusiasts of all levels, Southwest Art acts as your very own gallery, with brightly colored photography of hand-picked pieces filling the pages!

Southwest art

Stellar Show Results • Recent events bring recognition to talented artists

Kimball Geisler • Braving the West’s wild places

Carrie Wild • Wild at heart

Barbara Coleman • Following her North Star

I Saw it in SWA! • PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURE SOLD FROM OUR PAGES

Edward Aldrich • Sorrel Sky Gallery, May 3-31

Colorado Governor’s Art Show • Loveland Museum, May 3-June 2

Peggy McGivern • Saks Galleries, May 17-June 8

Plein Air Southwest • Various locations, May 6-12

Borman & Lewis • InSight Gallery, May 3-24

Oil Painters of America • Illume Gallery of Fine Art, May 10-June 7

Phippen Western Art Show • Courthouse Plaza, May 25-27

Cody Brothers • Modernist Frontier, May 22-June 19

American Tonalist Society • Salmagundi Club, May 3-10

Chris Turri • Dominique Boisjoli Fine Art, May 24-31

Sculpture Month • Canyon Road, May 24-26

Beverly Hills Art Show • Beverly Gardens Park, May 18-19

Defining Beauty • Suzie Baker’s lively canvases convey beauty and authenticity in all kinds of subjects

upcoming shows

An Unhurried Path • Cristall Harper’s dogscapes, seascapes, and floral paintings are the result of having time to grow

Compelling Reflections • Sheri Farabaugh captures water and other subjects in engaging, luminous paintings

Works on Paper • Meet 5 artists working in watercolor, pastel, and more

Editors’ CHOICE • This issue marks the 48th anniversary of Southwest Art. To celebrate the milestone, editors Kristin Hoerth and Kim Agricola have chosen 48 of our favorite artworks from the past year. These are the pieces (some of which appeared in print, others which appeared online only) that stood out to us on a personal level.

Vickie McMillan-Hayes • The art of persistence

OFF THE Easel


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