Classical (Classic) Realism- Part 1

A three-part series that highlights the origins and resurgence of Classic Realism and its importance to the 21st century artist. It was in college that I decided to become an artist. How to achieve that goal, well, I assumed the college ... Read More...

Andy Thomas Interview

I first met Andy Thomas more than 20 years ago while participating in the Midwest Gathering of the Artists Show in Carthage, MO. His talent was obvious, so to see his career explode as it has in recent years as a painter of western themes, ... Read More...

David Gluck Interview

"There's always one in the crowd", as the saying goes...and Canadian artist David Gluck is the one. When I received his responses to my interview questions, I found myself laughing out loud. I also realized that when you encounter a ... Read More...

Dianne Massey Dunbar Interview

"I paint ordinary objects and scenes from everyday life. While I have the highest respect for artists who paint vistas and exquisite nudes and the like, I believe that there is a great deal of beauty in the world that often goes unnoticed. ... Read More...

Marc Hanson Interview

"Painting from life, plein air if outside, is critical and necessary to me for what I want out of myself and out of my Art". This Marc Hanson guy is a pretty interesting fellow. Not only is he a really good artist but he expresses his ... Read More...