Features: American Regionalism—A Shift in Perspective

By Amanda Mattison Imagine life in the Midwest during the Dust Bowl:  On those days when the wind stops blowing across the face of the southern plains, the land falls into a silence that … Read More

Portrait Demonstrations: I’d Rather Take The Leap Than Stand Still.

By An Aspen Chantal Lynn Barber feels like she is living a second life when she looks at how her painting style has changed from its tight beginnings. “I paint people because I truly love people,” … Read More

Features: Revolution Mill Where History and Portraiture Combine

By Mary Ellen Brantley When Portraiture and History marry, they beget a revolution, or just maybe a Renaissance. In the case of Revolution Mill and portrait artist Suellen McCrary, the offspring includes a rich blend … Read More

Features: Paul Newton Creating an Enduring Legacy

By Luana Luconi Winner Internationally recognized portrait artist Paul Newton of Sydney, Australia is a highly sought-after portrait painter. He is charming, insanely talented, and one of the most genuinely nice fellows one will … Read More