• Brad Price

    Brad Price has made the western landscape his focus for the past three decades. “It is the tortured beauty of the area,” he says, when asked about his work. “Look at the twisted pines, the crooked cottonwoods, the eroded landscape. The whole place looks incredibly wise, like it could tell you some amazing stories about […]

  • Graphite & Gold Leaf by Bud Root-Michels

    In Italy and France, Bud Root-Michels was privileged to closely observe how the Renaissance Masters executed their underpainting.  They would draw with a terra-cotta shard or charcoal directly on the canvas.  In this important stage, they drew nearly all their grey values.  Many then finished their paintings with a series of transparent oil color glazes. […]

  • Paintings by Colorado Artist George Bodde

        Born in rural Michigan in 1971, I started painting and drawing as a child.  Art was a family pastime. I entered and won numerous awards in local competitions and helped finance college with pen and ink greeting cards of my hometown’s historic landmarks. The topics of my work are inspired by a love […]

  • artist Rick Unger

    Rick Unger – Painter of Western Life

    Rick Unger started his artistic life in early in Pennsylvania. As a toddler, Unger was already drawing pictures with advanced detail and accuracy. Before his teens, he could paint portraits with striking accuracy using all media and even before graduating High School he was receiving commissions for his artwork. Unger attended three years of vocational […]

  • Tricia Bass oil paintings

    Paintings by Colorado Artist Tricia Bass

    Tricia Bass has studied with master painters Don Sahli, Scott Yeager and Scott Christensen. “The works of these fine artists always inspire me to continue to learn and improve my abilities as a painter,” Bass says. She adds that for her, painting is a marvelous and often frightening process and she is so moved by […]

  • painting by Janet Thompson

    Oil Pastels by Janet Thompson

    Janet R. Thompson grew up in the southwest and attended the University of Oklahoma where she majored in Commercial Art. She relocated to the east coast where she studied pastel portraiture with Daniel Greene at the Art Students League in New York City. She works in photography studios as a colorist and became a member […]

  • Larry Kitchen oil painting at Two Old Crows

    Oil Paintings by Larry Kitchen

    The rich color and grand scenery of Texas have provided the inspiration for Larry Kitchen’s 40-year painting career. His prolific artistry demonstrates an evocative view of life within the pine forest of the southern United States. His representational work has cast golden light on a host of scenes from the historical to the modern brilliantly […]

  • western fine art paintings by Wayne Justus

    Wayne Justus Western Fine Art in Pagosa Springs

    Painter Wayne Justus does what he is: cowboy. To meet Justus is to meet a man you’d like to call a friend for life. As the old John Wayne saying goes, he’s the kind of man you wouldn’t mind sharing  a winter cabin with. Since making art his full-time occupation in 1972, Justus has won […]