Patrajdas Contemporary to Show at Palm Springs Fine Art Fair Feb 15-17
Jan28

Patrajdas Contemporary to Show at Palm Springs Fine Art Fair Feb 15-17

Note worthy emerging fine artists paired with established contemporary and post-modern masters to be featured at Palm Springs Fine Art Fair beginning Valentines Day and running through President Day weekend.

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Gallery donates to fundraiser – Christmas in the Sky 2012
Dec01

Gallery donates to fundraiser – Christmas in the Sky 2012

CHRISTMAS IN THE SKY 2012, a regional charity based in Louisiana, is set to benefit from various national and international donors.   One such donation came from Colorado based GALLERY M. “I felt the theme of celebration and optimism means so much especially during this time of the year” says GALLERY M co-founder and Vice President, Mason Hayutin. He choose  a work by Louisiana native, Arless Day, titled “Celebrating the...

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Bar Art Meet in Cherry Creek

The other day my friend shared with me her experience of “becoming an artist” as she was invited to a private party at ‘Canvas and Cocktails’ in Cherry Creek North. For those unfamiliar with Canvas and Cocktails, the experience is paired with a little wine, beer, chips and pretzels to bring art to the greater population. As she explained, they don’t often come down to Cherry Creek North from Southeast...

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Standard of Living – and the photojournalists
Oct19

Standard of Living – and the photojournalists

When the government plays a role to raise the weak and underprivileged it’s typically due to a call to action.  In the past, the call came from a single frame – the photograph. During the mid-1930s, Margaret Bourke-White, like Dorothea Lange, and Arthur Rothstein , photographed drought victims of the Dust Bowl. Bourke-White turned her camera to the southern part of the United States as she and her husband, Ernest Caldwell...

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‘Ordinary Miracles-The Photo League’s New York”
May11

‘Ordinary Miracles-The Photo League’s New York”

The newly released film “Ordinary Miracles-The Photo League’s New York” produced and directed by Daniel Allentuck and Nina Rosenblum with contributing producer, Mary Engel, is a documentary film about the importance of the New York Photo League to the historical legacy and social conscience of New York starting in the late 20s. Relaunched in 1936, iconic League photographers are presented with hundreds of their most...

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