Nola Parker

20 Landscapes written by Kathryn Pearce Nola Parker is enthralled by the natural world, its relation to people, and how we live within it. She paints scenes that are endearingly atypical of the classic landscape genre. Contrary to a majestic Albert Bierstadt landscape, Parker’s scenes neither immortalize nor aggrandize nature, but revel in its prosaic … Continue reading Nola Parker

ENTWINED BEAUTY

The work of Caprice Pierucci and Charles Heppner written by Christina Martell Art is the concrete representation of our most subtle feelings – Agnes Martin Nature, in all its greatness and in all that we take for granted, is where we begin. We are cells, bones, water and energy. Like the trees and the animals, … Continue reading ENTWINED BEAUTY

In Anticipation of “Studio Scene 2: An Annual Survey of Art from CAMIBAart Tours”

written by Sharyn Richey I hate shopping. For that reason, I was surprised to find myself getting onto the return flight home from Oaxaca laden with several bags of recent purchases. How did this happen? I had pulled out my credit card multiple times as I fell in love with this or that art piece. … Continue reading In Anticipation of “Studio Scene 2: An Annual Survey of Art from CAMIBAart Tours”

SENSE OF HOME

The Art of Richard Stout written by Judith Taylor In August, the nation watched as hurricane forces brought devastation to the Gulf Coast. As Hurricane Harvey made landfall, I received an advance release of Sense of Home / The Art of Richard Stout, published by Texas A&M Press. Home, for Stout, is the southeast coastal region hit by Harvey. … Continue reading SENSE OF HOME