The best in contemporary marine art begins a 17-month excursion across five states this month in a traveling exhibition sponsored by the American Society of Marine Artists. Every three years, museums around the country host this juried fine-art show of maritime-themed paintings, drawings, sculpture, and scrimshaw.
This significant auction, presented jointly by Trailside and Gerald Peters Gallery, draws avid domestic and international collectors alike. Described by Hofmann as “closely curated,” the premier art sale’s high standards are evident in its tagline: Masterworks of the American West.
Art is in its prime in September at Legacy Gallery in Jackson, WY, where western artists Luke Frazier and Glenn Dean each present solo shows this month.
This year Astoria Fine Art celebrates its 10th anniversary with an extensive summer schedule—a new show every 10 days. The festivities reach a pinnacle this month with a set of three concurrent solo shows for Greg Beecham, Joshua Tobey, and Jill Soukup.
The 26th annual exhibit opens on September 3 at Addison Art Gallery in the seaside town of Orleans, MA, with a reception at 5 p.m.
The 12-day celebration kicks off on Wednesday, September 7, with activities scheduled every single day. Collectors won’t want to miss the Western Design Conference, the Palates & Palettes gallery walk, and the Saturday morning Quick Draw on closing weekend.
This juried art show and sale features the creative wares of 90 fine artists and craftspeople from 17 states, many of whom depict western and southwestern subject matter and themes in their works.
Above the noise, the bustle, and the cramp of civilization, one can sometimes hear the call of the wild luring us to seek the quiet of open spaces. For some it beckons more insistently. Almost 30 women who have answered that summons are featured in the second annual exhibition and sale...
Manitou Auctions, a division of Manitou Galleries, presents the 11th annual Auction in Santa Fe this month at the Hilton Santa Fe in the Mesa Ballroom. The auction boasts 270 fine-art works, nearly 400 Native American artifacts, and sundry Old West collectibles.
The annual Evergreen Fine Arts Festival—one of Colorado’s longest-running juried fine-art shows—kicks off this month in Jeffco Open Space Heritage Grove at the Hiwan Homestead Museum. The Evergreen Artists Association introduced the festival in 1966, and it has since become a favorite among the country’s art festivals.