2015 Celebrate Art – Group Anniversary Exhibition December 3 – 31Read More »
Featured artists Craig Blietz, Kristine Martineau Gellerman, Marcia McDoungh, Joe & Georgia Pozycinski, Jim Rose and Tal Walton.
Opening Reception Saturday, July 21, 4-7 p.m.
Artist introductions/talks in courtyard at 5 p.m. Wine and hors d’oeuvres.
Speaking of the story of Cabeza de Vaca, Henry Miller said, “This is one of the few books that should always be in print.” We agree with him. Soon after Southwest landscape artist, Tal Walton, initiated this project by asking Robert Buchert to find a text they could use for a collaborative piece,Read More »
by Margaret L. Brown
As I was writing this column in mid-November, I asked several members of the art community to share their New Year’s resolutions. While most hadn’t had time to think beyond the busy holiday season, I got an immediate and adamant response from Shirl Smithson, founder of the Oil Painters of America: “My resolution isRead More »
February 26, 2008
Tal creates a unique and highly appealing surface and depth in his work by combining techniques that predate the Renaissance period with those that have become available in the 20th century. Working on a solid surface with a traditional Fresco Seco, Tal begins by applying paints and clays to build up underlying interest. Using the ancient technique ofRead More »
by Susan Hallsten McGarry
It could be a reaction to the irreverence of 1960s Pop Art, to the resurgence of impressionistic techniques in the 1980s or to the fin-de-siecle introspection that comes with the approaching millennium. Whatever the inspiration, a growing interest in tonalist painting is attracting both artists and collectors to quiet moods and spiritual views of nature.Read More »