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TBT Painting of the Week: Venetian Canal, c. 1925

In this new weekly “throwback Thursday” series, take a look at an important historic artwork.
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Thinking Long Term — Fine Art Connoisseur November/December 2018

Now more than ever, it is crucial to inventory your fine artworks, not only for your insurer’s purposes, but also for your inheritors’. See why, and how you can make it easier for them.
Art Scholarships

Scholarships for Artists: Deadline Approaching

Could you or someone you know use an art scholarship? Learn who is eligible, and how to apply, in this time-sensitive announcement.
Landscape oil paintings

Perfectly Stopping Time: Brett Scheifflee

“Ephemeral” is a series of paintings that capture fleeting moments in time, specifically focusing on the natural world. One of the pieces for the show, “Pink Giants,” is a painting of dreamy pink skies filled with clouds; the horizon line fades off into the distance as...
Portraits of military veterans

Military Veterans and Trauma Survivors Honored

Susan J. Barron’s work shines a spotlight on 13 American veterans who have survived the trauma of war or terrorism. The artist’s oversized black-and-white photographic portraits are painted with the subjects’ stories in their own words.
Fine art landscape oil paintings

T. Allen Lawson: Hometown

This fine art exhibition comprises 35 new small-scale paintings of Lawson’s own hometown, Sheridan, Wyoming.
Watermedia paintings

AAPL 90th Grand National Exhibition

Each year, this show highlights major and emerging professional artists in all media. Discover the details in this preview from the American Artists Professional League.
Scottsdale Artists’ School Beaux Arts Fundraiser

Scottsdale Artists’ School Beaux Arts Fundraiser

Learn about this combined 35th anniversary celebration and annual fundraiser, and discover this year’s special theme and dates.

What is the Clark Hulings Fund?

“My mother and I felt compelled to answer a need that we saw woefully unaddressed," says Elizabeth Hulings. "Art is a business, artists are small business owners, and yet they are not usually taught..."
Contemporary wildlife sculptures

Whimsical, Satirical Wildlife Sculptures

With subjects such as owls, herons, ravens, rabbits, and snakes making regular appearances in this artist’s work, it’s clear that he has continued to develop a connection to the great outdoors.

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