Watercolorist Miguel Dominguez’s paintings are widely acclaimed and collected in the US and abroad. In addition, feature articles about him have appeared in three national publications (The Artist’s Magazine, American Artists, and Southwest Art). Dominguez attributes some of his influences as a painter to “the landscapes of George Innes, Childe Hassam, and Willard Metcalf, the … Read more

Johnny Apodaca’s work is based largely on making connections between modernism and traditional plein air painting. Apodaca’s conceptual roots are closely tied to the Society of Six, a group of six California plein air painters formed in 1917, who combined aspects of traditional landscape painting with simple forms, vibrant colors and an emotional connection to … Read more

Susan Giacometti’s impressive credentials include: BFA in Graphic Design from parsons School of Design, BFA in Drawing and Painting from the University of Hawaii, BA in Art History from the University of Hawaii, MFA in Printmaking from the University of Oregon. She also studied at the Oregon School of Arts and Crafts. She has had … Read more

Howard R. Perkins was raised in northern Arizona where his vistas were the vast sandstone canyon lands and dramatic plateaus. Undoubtedly, the bright and vivid colors of the Great American Southwest have influenced his painting style with his choice of strong warm and cool colors. He graduated from Arizona State University, majoring in Art and … Read more

Wilda’s Northrop’s watercolors of still life subjects, store-fronts, gardens, koi and pug dogs demonstrate her gift for design, composition and color. She is an obsessive collector of textiles and quilts and paints what she loves. She is an award-winning artist who exhibits nationally, as well as a signature member of the American Watercolor Society, the … Read more

Over the past four decades Jan Wagstaff’s paintings have been exhibited in museums and galleries world-wide and acquired for private and public collections. Her work has garnered extensive reviews and she has been awarded numerous Artist-in-Residence opportunities, grants, fellowships and prizes. Wagstaff’s imagery derives primarily from nature, which she renders in oil on canvas. She … Read more

Will Bullas was born in Ohio in 1949 and raised in the Southwest. He was attending Arizona State University on a scholarship and majoring in art and drama when he was drafted and served in Vietnam. After returning from combat duty, Will took up his art studies at the Brooks Institute of Fine Arts in … Read more

Richard Tette’s exhibition list includes the annual Society of Western Artists Show at the De Young Museum in San Francisco; the Watercolor USA Show in Springfield, Missouri; the California State Fair; and numerous other juried shows. He is the recipient of many awards, and his work has been selected to tour several mid-western universities and … Read more

Mark Farina’s oil paintings and watercolors have been exhibited in many juried shows and plein air events throughout the United States. He has gained national recognition and is the recipient of numerous awards. His work was also featured in 100 Ways to Paint Landscapes, Vol.1, 2004 by International Artist Magazine. Mark Farina Video

Born and raised in Southern California, Pamela Carroll embraces the traditional focus of Realism and Pictorial Illusionism. Carroll’s style of painting has been influenced by the early Dutch masters as well as contemporary realist painters of today. Pamela Carroll has been a dedicated artist for the majority of her adult life with the exception of … Read more

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