California Dreaming: New Free eBook of Contemporary Artists in the Golden State

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Download your copy of The Art of California.

Sunny beaches, brilliant light and stunning colors—the inspirations found in California are enough to make most of us want to reach for our palettes and start creating. If you are like me and aren’t able to live in California and take in the lovely sights on a regular basis, we have just the right resource. Southwest Art magazine’s latest free guide, The Art of California: A Sampling of Great Artists from the Golden State, is available now and showcases a quartet of amazing contemporary painters from California working today.

In The Art of California: A Sampling of Great Artists from the Golden State you’ll find:

-Jake Gaedtke’s landscape paintings, which explore the primal connections the artist feels to both art and nature. Sublime and color rich, Gaedtke’s paintings are a testament to the awe inspired by our natural world.

-Camille Przewodek is a plein air painter whose approach to color and light harkens back to a master colorist of almost a century ago.

-Maxwell Hagege treks the Southwest plains and brushlands on his own kind of artistic desert quest. His painterly visions capture people and places of a time gone by.

-Debra Huse and her artwork are consumed with the feast for the senses that is the coastal areas of California. An observer of both the human and natural landscape, Huse takes the coast of the Golden State as it is.

Download and enjoy your copy of The Art of California: A Sampling of Great Artists from the Golden State and soak up the inspiration of this place for yourself.


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  Courtney is the editor of Artist Daily. For her, art is one of life’s essentials and a career mainstay. She’s pursued academic studies of the Old Masters of Spain and Italy as well as museum curatorial experience, writing and reporting on arts and culture as a magazine staffer, and acquiring and editing architecture and cultural history books. She hopes to recommit herself to more studio time, too, working in mixed media.