Retro vibes abound, with more and more designers drawing inspiration from decades past. So what better backdrop for our spring ’18 fashion shoot than the original brick walkways and wooden corrals of the historic Fort Worth Stockyards?
The Texas painter’s latest series is inspired by his love of the classic country-western venues of his state. Five years have …
This Museum of Indian Arts & Culture’s exhibit features the art and craftsmanship of Native American footwear throughout history and as contemporary fashion pieces.
This wildlife painter has a feel for the water that’s almost like a sixth sense.
The photographs of the frontier West were lost in the library’s extensive archives for more than 100 years, but, after being discovered, visitors can see the renowned work of John C.H. Grabill again.
On the 150th anniversary of the birth of the great 20th-century photographer and ethnologist, and the landmark republication of his masterwork, we talk about the life and legacy of Edward S. Curtis with noted expert Christopher Cardozo.READ MORE
Eighteen years ago, fine art photographer E. Dan Klepper committed to something he’d long dreamed about: He moved to remote Marathon, Texas, 50 miles north of Big Bend National Park. There, he built a gallery and a studio — and a life.READ MORE
American painter, photographer, and ethnographer Frederick Weygold studied the life and culture of North American Indians, presenting his findings artistically and scientifically.READ MORE
Not 10 miles from the famous western film location of Lone Pine, California, photographer Ansel Adams documented a very different chapter of western history at the Manzanar Japanese internment camp.READ MORE