“Hulings did not consider himself a painter of the Cowboy and Indian past. Shifting from Remington and Russell to the equally esteemed Western landscape tradition of Thomas Moran and W.R. Leigh, Hulings decided to paint the Grand Canyon.”—James D. Balestrieri
“Illusions and Subversions: Clark Hulings and the American West” is a featured piece in December 2021 Western Art Collector Magazine. James D. Balestrieri’s second published excerpt of the upcoming Hulings book examines both the traditional themes of the American West—and Hulings’ more progressive and inclusive vision. Click here to read the full article.