Similar to her last show, the exhibit features several miniatures and some larger works showing images of her time spent in both Southern California and Lake Como, Italy.
The 15th Anniversary Show opens on Saturday, April 1, with 150 of the freshest works by gallery artists.
In her fourth annual solo show at Fountainhead Gallery, Collymore presents images from various locations along the French Riviera, including several from Cap Ferrat and Provence.
In addition to its renowned annual fine-art auction, this year it brings 114 lots to the block from acclaimed sculptor Glenna Goodacre’s private collection.
Now, for its 35th anniversary, the festival returns with a slate of national and international artists and special curated events to celebrate its success in cultivating the arts across all mediums.
So, for the momentous occasion—his first full one-man show in nearly 20 years—he completed 20 new oil paintings that portray the pastoral towns and back roads of his travels with his wife, Lisa. The exhibit opens at Legacy Gallery on Saturday, March 18, with an artist’s reception and sale by draw at 5 p.m.
Jones & Terwilliger Galleries in Palm Desert, CA, is showcasing his fine-art talent in a solo show starting Saturday, March 11, with a reception from 4 to 7 p.m. Over 25 mixed-media works are on view, displaying his alchemy of paint and unusual materials.
On the first Saturday in April, the renowned San Antonio River Walk provides a pleasant backdrop for the 16th annual Night of Artists show at the Briscoe Western Art Museum.
This year, for its 30th anniversary, the annual March in Montana auction moves to Elks Lodge No. 214 in Great Falls, MT—the very lodge that C.M. Russell was inducted into in 1908. Some 730 western artworks and artifacts are up for bid at noon on Friday and Saturday, March 17 and 18.
After hosting successful statewide shows, the organization decided to conquer a new challenge with its National Open Show. The show opens with up to 90 juried paintings on view beginning April 13 at the Sedona Arts Center.