Arden Gallery is looking to 2021 with hope and positivity with their January group show Floral Still Life, signifying unity and rebirth.
The World We Share
As 2021 arrives, RJD Gallery curated an exhibition that helps define inner feelings and the current times. The show, titled The World We Share, will feature artwork from artists such as Geoffrey Laurence, Julia Chen, Matt R. Martin, Salvatore Alessi, Margaret Bowland and Frank Oriti.
CINDY RIZZA - Recorded History
A pile of lovingly made and lovingly used quilts and afghans on a chair in the afternoon sun is a comforting sight. It might inspire remembrance of things past or the idea of curling up underneath one of them for a nap.
Scottsdale & VICINITY
While other states in the country prepare for their cold, winter months, Arizona comes alive with its dynamic, diverse art scene. It’s not all tumbleweeds and dusty earth but rather a burgeoning art destination from the small northern towns of Flagstaff, Prescott and Sedona, to the larger cities of Phoenix, Tucson and Scottsdale.
Garvey|Simon in New York is a private dealer and art advisory service in New York. In 2016, it’s co-founder Elizabeth K. Garvey devised an innovative Review Program “to open a dialogue between artists and galleries, a practice that has long been anathema to gallery orthodoxy.”
MOMENTS IN TIME
COLLECTOR'S FOCUS STILL LIFES
Using the elements as his guide, Michael Scott examines the changing landscape in two exhibitions.
Engaging with the Arts
The 31st annual Celebration of Fine Art returns January 16 in Scottsdale, Arizona.
BETSY EBY Mystics
The American Quaker John Greenleaf Whittier wrote a poem about the Vedic practice of consuming a hallucinogenic drink in rituals. As a Quaker he advocated, rather, waiting for “the still small voice of calm.”
Learning to Fly, by Spanish sculptors Coderch & Malavia, depicts a boy leaning forward, poised on tiptoe, confident that his dream of flying will be realized by his wings of corrugated cardboard, bamboo and rope that will carry him above the trees and the sea.
Oil Painters of America's Eastern Regional Juried Exhibition is hosted this year at Reinert Fine Art in Charleston, South Carolina.
Washing Away My Sorrows
Oosterlee received the American Art Collector Editor’s Choice Award for International Guild of Realism’s 2020 Spring Salon Online Exhibition.
Looking to THE HORIZON
With a turbulent 2020 beginning to fade, the ar t world looks to the future with hope.
Curfews, quarantines, closures—2020 left many people stuck in their home reflecting on their lives.
Objects in a home, like flatware, vessels and various silver, carry the stories of all of those who used them, and thus, are imbued with their own inherent meanings. Some of these heirlooms may end up in antique shops, while others are passed on to relatives, but all the same, a story is always there.
Into the DEPTHS
PAINTING THE FIGURE NOW EXPLORES HOW WE VIEW THE HUMAN FORM THROUGH A MODERN LENS.
RJD Gallery hosts an exhibition of past and present figurative paintings by Katie O'Hagan.
Thompson was the Grand Prize Winner of International Artist magazine’s Challenge No. 117, Florals & Garden
Birds of Paradise
Painter Carolynda Macdonald, who lives and works alongside her husband in a small seaside town on the east coast of Scotland, will be participating in a unique show with Stone Sparrow NYC titled Parallel Universe.
Rehs Contemporary Galleries’ newest collaborative exhibition with Art Renewal Center spotlights birds in art.
The Memory of Trees
Among Gilbert Gorski’s accomplishments as an architect is the Oceanarium at the John Shedd Aquarium in Chicago.
RJD Gallery in Bridgehampton, New York, hosts its annual BIG ART, small canvas exhibition beginning October 31, featuring an array of artwork by some of its most sought-after gallery artists.
Marking a Milestone
International Guild of Realism’s 15th annual Juried Exhibition opens this October at Principle Gallery in Charleston, South Carolina.
Artists Miguel Peidro and Jesus Navarro both turn to the outside world for their painting inspirations.
Order and Chaos
After the sometimes frustrating process of mechanically establishing his compositions of symmetry and balance on a canvas, Christopher Stott begins to build up the layers of the painting itself.
The runway comes to life in artwork featured at the third Fine Art & Fashion exhibition at Vanessa Rothe Fine Art in Laguna Beach, California.
Natural history and portraiture inspire Victor Grasso’s newest series of paintings.
In the Silence
The poet Charles Simic wrote, “I’m in the business of translating what cannot be translated: being and its silence.”
ALL ABOUT SCALE
Napoléon III appointed Georges-Eugène Haussmann to “aerate, unify and beautify” the city of Paris in 1850.
WIT AND WISDOM
An exhibition of Scott Fraser’s most recent still lifes is on view now at Quidley & Company in Nantucket