Discover the rich and expansive collection of artwork amassed by Ray Graham, a lifelong art advocate and collector, at the Amarillo Museum of Art. On view through March 24, 2024.
RioBravoFineArt kicks off 2024 with January and February Second Saturday Art Hop openings featuring three unique New Mexican artists in Truth or Consequences.
Bringing It All Back Home reveals that Patrick Kikut is an unsentimental explorer of the West, manifesting an intrepid curiosity and respect for the land through which he moves.
Tiny Tree, Kelly Lynn Jones’s second solo exhibition with The Pit in Palm Springs, celebrates the harmony of the natural world, bringing light and texture into focus.
Jammie Holmes’s first solo museum exhibition celebrates the lives of everyday Black folk while continuing the rich tradition of Black figurative painting.
RioBravoFineArt presents the bold, large-scale abstractions of Noёl Hudson's Freedom Series opening on September 9, and the contemplative work of Delmas Howe's Mood Drawings opening on October 14.
Although the thematic connection feels strained, the pairing of works by Kheng Lim and Colour Maisch creates a visually rich and compelling exhibition that invites us to relish process and material.
Karma Henry is a Paiute, Italian, and Portuguese artist based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, whose acrylic paintings consider the landscape as site for both the literal and personal embodiment of place.
Jivan Lee’s series 10,000 Mountains represented a fundamental shift for the painter from chasing the light to deep meditations on place that revealed the miraculous through the mundane.