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Southwest Art

December 2021/January 2022
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

Chasing the Light • Sunlight is essential for our competition winners

Chris Manwaring • Reveling in the unknown

Natasha Ramras • Calculating the glow

Yer (Za) Vue • Abstraction, expressionism, & impressionism

Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale • National Western Complex, January 4-23

Holiday Small Works Show • The Legacy Gallery, December 9-31

LISTENING TO THE LANDSCAPE • David Griffin reveals the sensory layers of the American West

Idyllic Visions • Time in seclusion has brought reflective depth to Johanna Harmon’s paintings

VARIATIONS ON MANY THEMES • Derek Penix explores his various subjects in ongoing series

11th ANNUAL ARTISTIC EXCELLENCE • Every year in our Artistic Excellence competition, we extend our creative horizon beyond the West, inviting emerging and established artists alike to showcase their unique perspectives on genre, medium, and style. They never fail to impress. As we step into the second decade of the competition, we’re again honored and humbled to witness the talent displayed in the hundreds of inspired submissions—and delighted to share the 13 award winners that have captured our souls.

MEET THE FINALISTS • HERE ARE SOME OF THE 100 ENTRIES THAT MADE IT TO OUR FINAL ROUND OF JUDGING

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE REST OF THE FINALISTS


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 100 Publisher: Peak Media Properties, LLC Edition: December 2021/January 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: December 7, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

Languages

English

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

Chasing the Light • Sunlight is essential for our competition winners

Chris Manwaring • Reveling in the unknown

Natasha Ramras • Calculating the glow

Yer (Za) Vue • Abstraction, expressionism, & impressionism

Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale • National Western Complex, January 4-23

Holiday Small Works Show • The Legacy Gallery, December 9-31

LISTENING TO THE LANDSCAPE • David Griffin reveals the sensory layers of the American West

Idyllic Visions • Time in seclusion has brought reflective depth to Johanna Harmon’s paintings

VARIATIONS ON MANY THEMES • Derek Penix explores his various subjects in ongoing series

11th ANNUAL ARTISTIC EXCELLENCE • Every year in our Artistic Excellence competition, we extend our creative horizon beyond the West, inviting emerging and established artists alike to showcase their unique perspectives on genre, medium, and style. They never fail to impress. As we step into the second decade of the competition, we’re again honored and humbled to witness the talent displayed in the hundreds of inspired submissions—and delighted to share the 13 award winners that have captured our souls.

MEET THE FINALISTS • HERE ARE SOME OF THE 100 ENTRIES THAT MADE IT TO OUR FINAL ROUND OF JUDGING

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE REST OF THE FINALISTS


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