Fine art and travel – Summer Vacation Finds
Jun27

Fine art and travel – Summer Vacation Finds

Tweet This summer the fine art collector has a group of destinations deserving a visit.  From West to East, galleries gather with some compelling works in photography, sculpture, paintings and new media.  Along the way you will find a few notable craft, glass and “caravan” shows to gather ideas too. The first to check off is the Cherry Creek Art Festival located in Cherry Creek North, Denver. It’s a long July 4th...

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PIXEL – Defining Photography
Jan11

PIXEL – Defining Photography

Tweet The formal, smartphone generation may be light speed ahead of some of us.  When a recharge is needed though, and each stops and looks back, will the path that we have come be clear or a mish-mash of blurred images and vague memories? PIXEL – the fine art photography exhibition by Denver’s GALLERY M will present a collectors dream in historically relevant images as well new concepts for photography.   History,...

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International Art Shows in Full Swing
Nov05

International Art Shows in Full Swing

Tweet November is underway, US elections are at rest and the alternative past time of “living” is in full swing. The art world has a series of excellent venues from group venues and exhibit halls to major galleries in New York, Miami, Denver, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco. The show circuit this week in New York City includes the International Fine Art Print Dealers exposing signed and limited works from Pierrer...

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Self Obsession: “Andy Warhol: The Last Decade” at the Brooklyn Museum of Art
Sep13

Self Obsession: “Andy Warhol: The Last Decade” at the Brooklyn Museum of Art

Tweet The Brooklyn Museum of Art closed its Warhol exhibit this past Sunday but not before our own contributing writer, Jeff Price, could pass through the icon’s creations. Expectations. In regard to the 1968 attempt on his life by a woman whose script he had agreed to read (“Up Your Ass,” it was called), Andy Warhol is quoted as having said, “Before I was shot, I always thought I was more half-there than all-there… I always...

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