Category Archives: Art
Windstone Arch, Valley of Fire, Nevada. Photo by Sarah Dolliver, Focus on Nature Photography.
By Jim Turner The seventh day of my Native Roads editing trip was all new ground. John Heider, Rio Nuevo/Treasure Chest sales rep for that area, was the one who recommended that we update Fran Kosik’s terrific book. He also … Continue reading
It was a tight competition this week — so tight, in fact, that we picked a winner and a runner-up. Jag Fergus once again takes the top prize with her portrait of a cowboy, one of the quintessential images of … Continue reading
Austin Eichelberger of the Santa Fe Reporter wrote a nice article on author Margaret Moore Booker and her award-winning book, Southwest Art Defined. An excerpt from the article follows. Read the full article here. On May 3 at Las Vegas’ Montezuma … Continue reading
Rio Nuevo author Margaret Booker has been named the winner of the Ralph Emerson Twitchell Award for her book, Southwest Art Defined: An Illustrated Guide. The award, presented annually by the Historical Society of New Mexico, is offered for an … Continue reading
For anyone interested in photography and travel, our friend Kerrick James has recently launched KJ Photo Safaris. We encourage you to check it out!
For our Friday photo, we’d like to give you a preview of William Lesch’s exhibition, “Under the Violet Sky,” at Etherton Gallery. The Tucson gallery will host an opening reception on Saturday, March 22 from 7–10pm. The exhibition will run … Continue reading
Thunder Mountain in Sedona at sunset on a cold, snowy January day. Photo by Mike Koopsen, Trails Traveled Photography. www.shutterfly.com/pro/koopsenphotography/landscapes Mike notes that if you want good photos you have to get out early as Sedona snow usually starts to melt … Continue reading