Michael Maas – Development of Themes

Michael Maas became a full-time artist in 1996 after having been, among other things, a bicycle racer in France, a meat-cutter in Illinois, and a life insurance salesman in Newport Beach, California. Primarily self-taught, his paintings are in collections in...

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Mike Hornyak: “Home(Less) & Gardens”

Nature has never failed to provide a rich source of ideas in my art. I find relationships in Nature pure and uncomplicated. There is endless fascination in every aspect of the Natural World. In developing a work, I spend great lengths in detailed observation of a...

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Hello Artists

Hello Artists... Time again to think about participating in the Open Studios Tour The dates this year are 17, 18 October. The tour gives all of us, artists and visitors alike, a chance to show off and experience the creative spaces where artwork is created. For...

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Erik Holland: “Highway 395 Roadtrip”

  Eric loves roadtrips.  He entertained us a few years ago with his “Highway 50 Roadtrip” exhibit and wonderful oil paintings documenting his experiences.  This exhibit takes us on an artistic journey on Highway 395 from Red Mountain to north of Reno.  Eric’s oil...

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Recent Historical Acquisitions Now on Display

by Liz Babcock, History Curator  One of the most enjoyable things about being a history curator is that I never know what treasures people are going to bring to add to our collections. Our generous members donate items with gratifying regularity. This month I’ll share...

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