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May 2007 | News Beat

Haskie Wins at Heard Indian Market
Arizona-based jeweler Vernon Haskie (Navajo) won Best of Show at the Heard Museum…

Out & About
Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art in Santa Fe, NM, has changed its name to Gebert Contemporary….

Altermann Auction Tops $1 Million
Altermann Galleries’ March auction in Scottsdale, AZ, pulled in more than $1 million…

Native Symbols
Montana-based Native American artist Jesse Henderson (Cree) designed the Pendleton Woolen Mills’ 2007 Legendary Blanket…

In Good Taste
Santa Fe’s ARTfeast once again provided a bountiful weekend of good art, good food, and good works…

Tiny Treasures
The American Miniatures Show hosted by Settlers West Galleries in Tucson, AZ, earned $845,000…


Buying at Auction

Heads turned last summer when sales at the fifth annual Coeur d’Alene Art Auction, ID, topped $8 million. In front of an enthusiastic crowd numbering close to 900, some 96 percent of the artworks, many of them wildlife paintings, found buyers. Across the country, in New York, NY, Christie’s International sold a whopping $33.9 million […]

Milestones September 1999

The Portland Art Museum acquired seven significant works of art, including a major landscape painting by Paul Cézanne titled Paris: Quai de Bercy-La Halle aux Vin. The acquisitions also include paintings by noted American artists Thomas Moran and David Salle. The new works will be permanently installed in the museum’s renovated 240,000-square-foot space, which is scheduled for completion in August 2000.