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In this issue

Daniel Sprick: Fleeting Presence • Street Art • Scott Noel: World Building • Collector’s Focus: Seascapes, Rivers & Lakes • Collector’s Focus: Modern Art • The Art Lover’s Guide to Collecting Fine Art in Texas • Art Show Previews • Upcoming Solo & Group Shows • Event Previews • Museum Previews • Artist Focus • Art Show Calendar

A City Perspective

Leslie Gaduzo has always been interIested in art. Since childhood, he has been drawing constantly, from single point perspective drawings at age 10 to complex architectural drawings.

A City Perspective

1 min

Living Legacy

The Butler Institue hosts Allied Artists of America's 110th Annual Juried Exhibition.

Living Legacy

1 min

Elegant yet Approachable

The second edition of the RTIA Show presents even more art to explore and expanded special programming.

Elegant yet Approachable

2 mins

Figuratively Speaking

New York has always been an epicenter of artists on the edge of excellence, pushing the envelope and finding their voices.

Figuratively Speaking

2 mins

JAMES AYERS: The Importance of Play

Like many artists, James Ayers' work took a turn during the Covid-19 pandemic. Seeing the enjoyment his kids took from playing with paint in his studio and exploring their creativity inspired him.

JAMES AYERS: The Importance of Play

2 mins

GINA MINICHINO: Playing with Food

Gina Minichino started her journey in visual arts because of Charles Schulz. \"He was my earliest influence for drawing and the reason I wanted to be a cartoonist,\" she says.

GINA MINICHINO: Playing with Food

2 mins

Island Light

The Cuttyhunk Island Artists' Residency is held in a sprawling, 100-year-old house on an island off the southern coast of Massachusetts.

Island Light

2 mins

Solitary Forms

Hogan Brown has been working with Arcadia Contemporary for two and half years and is excited to be featured in his first solo show at the gallery. He doesn't take for granted the many talented figurative painters Arcadia represents and is thrilled to be among them.

Solitary Forms

2 mins

Living the Dream

Counterintuitively, David Gluck was a painter before taking up tattooing little more than a decade ago. While skin is a completely different substrate and ink a far cry from oil paint, the skills must be transferrable to some degree because there is a wait-time of nine months to get an appointment with him.

Living the Dream

2 mins

A Signature Celebration

For the full month of September, Principle Gallery hosts its 10th Anniversary exhibition at the Charleston, South Carolina, location.

A Signature Celebration

3 mins

STEPPING OUT

COLLECTOR'S FOCUS LANDSCAPES

STEPPING OUT

8 mins

Excellence in Oils

Oil Painters of America presents the best works by its eastern United States and Canada-based members.

Excellence in Oils

2 mins

LIVING IN COLOR

Artist JoAnn Smith opens the doors to the joyous world of whimsy she has painted into life.

LIVING IN COLOR

3 mins

A Journey of Discovery

A young artist turns to the past and finds deeper meaning in the present

A Journey of Discovery

5 mins

LOOKING AT SOMEONE LOOKING

Rebecca Orcutt's uneasy search for meaning and consequence

LOOKING AT SOMEONE LOOKING

6 mins

Hushed Scenes

Swec was the Grand Prize Winner in International Artist magazine's Challenge No. 135, Cityscapes.

Hushed Scenes

2 mins

Thresholds

While etymologists continue to debate the derivation of the word threshold, its meaning continues to be a transitional space from one physical, emotional, intellectual place to another.

Thresholds

2 mins

GENEVIEVE MAY Seeing Red

Genevieve May’s father, artist Dennis Nolan, said, “Keeping it simple and magical is the best way to travel. And the magic is always there if we take the time to notice it.”

GENEVIEVE MAY Seeing Red

2 mins

JANIS SANDERS Drama and Beauty

Artist Janis Sanders is known for his paintings of “big blue skies” and depictions of isolated homes and structures.

JANIS SANDERS Drama and Beauty

2 mins

Paradigm Shift

Margaret Morrison has been drawn to Baroque painting since she was a young girl. As an adult, she developed a mastery of the contrast of light and dark that characterizes Baroque style.

Paradigm Shift

2 mins

Wild World

Throughout the month of August, George Billis Gallery in New York City will present new wildlife works from India-based painter Sushma Jain, who has devoted her life and work to the care of and compassion for animals.

Wild World

2 mins

Blended Beauty

It’s not often we get the chance to see paintings in a conversation with one another that springs from an actual conversation between artists. A new show at Vanessa Rothe Fine Art Gallery does just that.

Blended Beauty

2 mins

Emotion in Motion

In a dynamic collaboration between 33 Contemporary Gallery and PoetsArtists, a group of talented international artists explore the human form in motion through their own unique interpretations of the theme.

Emotion in Motion

3 mins

Night and Day

Mood is only as limited as one’s ability to articulate the nuances of emotion. In reference to a painting, it signifies the general atmosphere, state of mind or the instinctual reaction the art evokes within the viewer.

Night and Day

3 mins

Making Their Mark

This August and September, Susan Powell Fine Art will be showcasing 11 women artists whose expansive talents transform any subject into a moment of beauty suspended in time.

Making Their Mark

3 mins

Beautiful Variety

This August, Arcadia Contemporary hosts its annual Five and Under exhibition. Currently in its eighth year, the exhibition features nearly 200 exceptional works by both emerging and established artists from around the world—all priced at $5,000 or less.

Beautiful Variety

2 mins

Beautiful FACES

The portrait artist John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) wrote, “I do not judge, I only chronicle.” Yet, he wasn’t above being provocative, painting a portrait of Isabella Stew art Gardiner that her husband wouldn’t allow to be shown publicly while he was alive, and painting a portrait of a Parisian socialite for the 1884 Salon that set Parisians on their ear.

Beautiful FACES

7 mins

The VALUE and IMPACT of the Portrait Society of America

To celebrate the Portrait Society’s 25th anniversary, 800 artists from around the world gathered in Washington, D.C., attending from 44 states and 11 countries for four days of demonstrations, panel discussions, networking and sharing.

The VALUE and IMPACT of the Portrait Society of America

2 mins

THE PRESENCE OF A Narrative

A look at the award-winning works from the 25th-annual International

THE PRESENCE OF A Narrative

5 mins

WHERE TECHNIQUE MEETS TECHNOLOGY

COLLECTOR'S FOCUS FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY

WHERE TECHNIQUE MEETS TECHNOLOGY

4 mins

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American Art Collector Magazine Description:

PublisherInternational Artist Publishing, Inc.

CategoryArt

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

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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