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OIL PAINTINGS BY BIRGER SANDMEN FOR WOODY AUCTION’S SALE

OIL PAINTINGS BY BIRGER SANDMEN FOR WOODY AUCTION’S SALE

Woody Auction will celebrate the grand opening of its new Douglass gallery with a major antique and fine art auction on Saturday, February 24th, one that will be highlighted by several original artworks by the renowned Swedish-born Kansas painter Birger Sandzén (1871-1946), plus outstanding collections of Royal Bayreuth, Daum, Galle, Tiffany, Pairpoint, pattern glass, and […]

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33rd Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Is Accepting Entries!

33rd Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Is Accepting Entries!

Beginning February 6, the Chelsea International Fine Art Competition (CIFAC) will be accepting entries to its prestigious annual international competition. Since 1985, this competition has provided artists from all over the world a unique opportunity to present their art to an international audience in New York City’s famed Chelsea art district. Prizes (valued at $70,000) […]

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Michener Art Museum Receives Bank of America Art Grant

Michener Art Museum Receives Bank of America Art Grant

The James A. Michener Art Museum, a cultural institution in Doylestown, PA, dedicated to collecting, interpreting, and exhibiting American art, recently received a Bank of America Art Conservation Project grant. The grant was used for the conservation of a mural by Henriette Wyeth, an artist of historical significance whose work will be featured in the […]

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LANDSCAPE PAINTING BY HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL ARTIST JASPER F. CROPSEY MAKES $38,400 AT WOODSHED ART AUCTIONS

LANDSCAPE PAINTING BY HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL ARTIST JASPER F. CROPSEY MAKES $38,400 AT WOODSHED ART AUCTIONS

A late autumn Luminist style landscape painting attributed to the renowned Hudson River School artist Jasper F. Cropsey (Am., 1823-1900), sold for $38,400 in Woodshed Art Auctions’ internet-only Private Collection Discoveries auction held December 28th. Online bidding was provided by LiveAuctioneers.com and WoodshedArtAuctions.com. The untitled (Autumn Sunset) oil on canvas work was presented in a […]

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440 Gallery Presents Stephan Crump – Bass in Me, Myself and Eye Music Series

440 Gallery Presents Stephan Crump – Bass in Me, Myself and Eye Music Series

Grammy-nominated, Memphis-bred bassist/composer Stephan Crump is a rising light on the New York music scene. As collaborator with mainstream jazz luminaries, downtown explorers, singer/songwriters and others, he has become known for the elegance and purposeful groove of his acoustic and electric bass playing, and for transforming his instrument into a speaking entity with magnetic pull […]

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The 33rd Chelsea International Fine Art Competition

The 33rd Chelsea International Fine Art Competition

The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition (CIFAC) is an opportunity for both amateur and professional artists to submit their artwork for a chance to exhibit in New York City and receive valuable promotional benefits as well as cash prizes. The work of selected artists will be presented at Agora Gallery, an elegant street-level space located […]

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MOSAICS Fine Art Festival Announces 2018 Call to Entry

MOSAICS Fine Art Festival Announces 2018 Call to Entry

MOSAICS Fine Art Festival announces their Call to Entry for their 24th Annual Arts Festival event, taking place September 14-16, 2018 in Historic St. Charles, Missouri. Join approximately 100 juried and invited artists at this annual Arts Festival, which is a family-friendly weekend event with activities for everyone, including fantastic art, great entertainment and the […]

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440 Gallery Announce Mending by Nancy Lunsford and JoAnne McFarland

440 Gallery Announce Mending by Nancy Lunsford and JoAnne McFarland

Brooklyn, NY – 440 Gallery presents Mending, an installation of work by Nancy Lunsford and JoAnne McFarland on view during Black History Month and Women’s History Month. The title refers to both the mending of the political fissures of the civil rights and feminist movements, and the mending that follows trauma. “Mending” also echoes the […]

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Printstallations Exhibition at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art

Printstallations Exhibition at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art

Printstallations presents the monumental sized works of print-based artists. The practice of printmaking is understood as the tedious and laborious work of art on paper. It is a form of art making that has a direct relationship to mass culture, and allows the artist to make serial or repeatable works. Artists today, however, are playing […]

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