Helping Art Survive Hurricane(s)

Fine Art Connoisseur magazine has set up a temporary website for artists, galleries, museums, and auction houses to register and tell their stories about Hurricanes Harvey & Irma (and Maria was still dangerous as this was being written). In addition, we’re offering them a chance to participate in a free ad spread that we hope will get spaces reopened and collectors buying.

Fall Arts in Jackson Hole

The Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival is currently in full swing with auctions, exhibitions, luncheons, dinners, musical entertainment, and more. Whether you’re in attendance or not, we’ve got some details you’ll want to consider.

Quest Nearly Caps $1 Million

Almost 400 collectors and art enthusiasts met 49 leading Western artists last weekend for the 12th annual Quest for the West show and sale in Indianapolis.

From Chrome to Canvas

They don’t make ‘em like they used to. That’s certainly the case with a lot of things, especially cars, trucks, and motorcycles from the mid- to late 20th century. Contemporary realist Shannon Fannin loves capturing these delightful designs in her paintings, which feature during a solo exhibition here.

How Audette Evolved

The Anna Held Audette Collection recently opened its fall exhibition at the New Haven Lawn Club in Connecticut, drawing focus to three distinct phases of the artist’s career when she experienced significant shifts in approach and interest.

From Factory to Fame

The Georgia Museum of Art in Athens is proud to be showcasing selected works from the significant collection of Giuliano Ceseri.

A Beacon of Beauty

An award-winning lineup of faculty from the Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery in Tequesta, Florida, are currently showcasing their recent works for all to see. After battling Hurricane Irma, the Sunshine state could use some beauty.

NOAPS Best of America

A world-class display of oil and acrylic paintings is just around the corner at Castle Gallery in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Who’s included?

An Annual Must-See

Featuring works by many of the best representational painters in New England today, this esteemed organization recently opened its Annual Regional Juried exhibition, and naturally, it is a must-see.

What’s In Your Nature?

Corridor Gallery in Brooklyn, New York, has recently mounted a robust exhibition centered around all things nature, featuring a range of works by 16 accomplished artists and curated by Meridith McNeal.

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