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American Art Collector March 2019

Previewing upcoming art exhibitions from coast to coast, American Art Collector is a unique monthly magazine specially designed to bring living representational artists, galleries and active art collectors together in one place.

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International Artist Publishing, Inc.
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see it now

As I’m sure you all know, we spend a lot of time traveling the country and going to art events. For us, it’s the best way to really know what’s going on out there, to have our finger on the pulse, and in turn, offer to you updated and timely articles that will help you with your art collecting. Many of you go on these trips as well. And we love seeing you out there. I’ve always said that if we have to work, there’s nothing better than working with good friends. But for those of you who can’t go on these trips or at least can’t go on all of them we have a solution—our Instagram page. We can be found at @AmericanArtCollector, and what you’ll find there is a veritable…

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anatomy of the magazine

COAST-TO-COAST COVERAGE Find out what’s happening across the nation. This is the first magazine to provide coast-to-coast coverage of upcoming shows from artists and galleries specializing in traditional fine art paintings and sculpture—the art that collectors want. PREVIEWS In the Preview pages, we reveal new works about to come available for sale by the country’s leading galleries. ART SHOW LOCATIONS At the top of each Preview page you’ll see the destination where the upcoming exhibition is showing, the dates, and the gallery address and contact details so you can make inquiries about new works—before they go on sale to the general public. ARTIST FOCUS PAGES These one-page articles are bonus Previews and focus on additional exhibitions taking place each month. Artist Focus Pages also show new works available for purchase, providing another valuable resource for finding more…

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show calendar

7 MAR 2019 NEW YORK, NY PIERS 92 & 94 The Armory Show One of the premier art fairs in New York City, The Armory Show high-lights some of the most important works in 20-and 21-century art from highly respected exhibitors around the world including Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, Pace Gallery, Alan Cristea Gallery, Francesca Minini and Peter Blum Gallery. The Armory Show also features presentations by galleries, as well as artist commissions and a variety of dynamic public programs. www.thearmoryshow.com Through March 10 28 FEB 2019 NEW YORK, NY PARK AVENUE ARMORY The Art Show The Art Show offers intimately scaled and curated presentations of the highest quality. The annual show fosters new relationships and conversations with gallerists and the opportunity to view works in a variety of genres and origins. artdealers.org/the-art-show/information Through March 3 3 MAR 2019 SANTA BARBARA, CA SANTA BARBARA MUSEUM OF ART Kehinde…

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to the moon

In 1969, sketch artist Paul Calle drew three men as they ate breakfast and then got ready for work. These would have been ordinary and innocuous events had the three men not been Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins as they were preparing to board a rocket headed to the moon. Years later, after a rewarding career as an illustrator, Calle turned his attention to another kind of explorer: fur trappers and traders on the American frontier. Both aspects of Calle’s career—illustration and his later easel work in the Western world—will be featured in a major retrospective titled Paul Calle’s Life of Exploration: From the Mountains to the Moon, which opened February 5 at Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West in Scottsdale, Arizona. The title and show were conceived…

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tiny treasures

On March 1, the National Oil & Acrylic Painters’ Society will mount its second annual Best of America Small Painting National Juried Exhibition at R.S. Hanna Gallery in Fredericksburg, Texas. The show includes artwork by 125 members of the group, with their pieces measuring no larger than 320 square inches. The works, done in either oil or acrylics, range in style and subject matter to allow collectors a diverse array of options when purchasing pieces. Among the works in the show is D.K. Palecek’s Stoic Abandon, an architectural-themed work showing a long-abandoned home; Tea Cup and Roses, a classic still life by Catherine Marchand; and the landscape December Rogue, by Dennis Hecker, which shows a tree blooming in red. Other pieces on view include the figurative painting A Glimpse, by Cheng…

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the virtuosos

This March, the Oil Painters of America announced a new exhibition celebrating some of the best artists in representational painting. The show, Virtuosos of the OPA, features artwork by its members who have achieved Signature and Master Signature distinctions through the group’s rigorous vetting process. The artists who have submitted pieces, and had their works juried for the exhibition, represent just a small cross-section of the talent that is found in the organization. On view at Cutter & Cutter Fine Art in St. Augustine, Florida, will be more than 150 paintings by these renowned artists who will compete for approximately $10,000 in cash and merchandise as selected by juror of awards Daniel Greene, who is a Master Signature member of the organization. Their artwork will range in style and subject matter,…