- A volatile and hard-to-predict market. Hutchinson, Brian // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;3/1/93, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p11
Surveys contemporary artists in the province who follow their own rules and whose works are selling. Douglas MacLean's comments on an independent spirit in Alberta; Growing appetite for less traditional art; Work of Lethbridge landscape artist Takao Tanabe; Example of Attila Richard Lukacs; His...
- The fine art of selling. Hutchinson, Brian // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;8/2/93, Vol. 20 Issue 33, p34
Describes Prime 8, an artist cooperative in Calgary that eschew's government funding and relies on the artists wits and some entrepreneurial flair. The Prime 8 collective will move into its first storefront location this summer and hopes to sell original art in the form of hand-painted cards...
- The Harlem Renaissance. // Cobblestone;Feb1991, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p4
Presents an overview of the Harlem Renaissance, a 1920s artistic movement featuring black artists. Reasons for Renaissance; Informal groups; End to Renaissance in 1930s.
- A touch of splash. Nelson, S. // Harper's Bazaar;Feb89, Issue 3326, p124
Briefly profiles three successful women artists from New York City. Ana Corbero, Mimi Thompson, Lindsay McCrum.
- Soul of the plains. Gold, T. // Harper's Bazaar;Jul89, Issue 3331, p20
Examines the popularity of contemporary artists' depictions of Native American culture. Top Native American painters; Rediscovery of works from the 1920s Taos school.
- Broad strokes. Kemp, John R. // Louisiana Life;Winter1999/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p30
Features artists who hail from Louisiana.
- You're A What? Medical Illustrator. Stanton, Michael // Occupational Outlook Quarterly;Winter91/92, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p41
Profiles the uniquely skilled professionals who bring you the see-through people in the biology books. Medical illustration combines art and science to convey information; Illustrators use a variety of media; Prerequisites for admission to the rigorous certified programs; Programs generally...
- Industrious arts. Silverstein, V. // Texas Monthly;Aug90, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p90
Profiles five Texas artists who are producing commercially viable designs related to their fine art, such as Regina Thomas' glass art, Jim Magee's bronze-and-iron andirons, and Haydn Larson's ceramics.
- Broadside hits. Thompson, Helen // Texas Monthly;Apr93, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p102
Describes the comeback of Austin's poster artists, including Danny Garrett, Jim Franklin, Bob Frye and others. Texas Poster Art Collection at the University of Texas; How the comeback began; How the poster artists have been asked to incorporate their designs into computer images; More.