Del Curfman boldly carries on a brilliant Apsáalooke (Crow) painting tradition. It’s a tradition he was long unaware of.
Agnes Martin Pace Gallery “The Distillation of Color” marks the 28th exhibition devoted to Martin at Pace since 1975.
Michael West—born Corinne Michelle West—was a participant in the dialogues and innovations shaping the Abstract Expressionist movement.
One of the Mildred Thompson Magnetic Fields paintings serves as my avatar across all my social media channels.
The Museum of Wisconsin Art presents Artists without Borders : Reflections on Art and Place featuring Wisconsin artists with ties abroad.
A new wave of female-identifying fiber art artists are using materials including thread, yarn, human hair, fabrics and discarded clothing.
Lisa Yuskavage has produced paintings that are ebulliently colorful, unabashedly explicit, and epic in ambition.
Bold colors. Bold lines. Darrell Black’s expressive artwork reveals a man with something to say who knows how to say it.
Bernard Langlais is best known today for his giant wooden sculptures of animals. In the last decade of his life.