At the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth, artists were attracted to the West by its majestic scenery. Then, in the late twentieth and early 21st centuries, artists began to notice how people were wrecking those formerly perfect views. A typical approach for many of these artists was to juxtapose disparate images that could be crudely explained by using the cliched mankind-versus-nature idea. Boulder and Denver have become regional centers for... More >>>
"New American West II: Arizona," by Susan
Goldstein, archival digital inkjet print.