The LA Art Show, the city’s largest international art fair, returns for its 23rd year with over 100 galleries from more than 18 countries including China, Japan, France, Mexico, and the United Kingdom.
The event celebrates the beauty of wildlife and nature in a weekend filled with sporting events, hunting and cooking demonstrations, animal presentations, and auctions.
This month 542 pieces from Trumble’s extraordinary collection are on the block at the Scottsdale Art Auction.
Perspectives of the American Experience: A National Juried Exhibition of American Women Artists features 75 paintings and sculptures, including works in the still-life, landscape, figurative, and wildlife genres.
Sixty contemporary, representational artists, hailing from North America and Europe, share their visions of the western way of life in paintings, sculpture, and more.
The show, titled The Bright Wild: Three Visions of the Anza-Borrego Desert, includes about 20 pieces—a combination of plein-air paintings and works completed in their studios.
With the holidays in full swing, Legacy Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ, decks the halls with a monthlong small-works show opening on Thursday, December 7.
In the past, the gallery’s Holiday Show centered around a specific theme, but this year the artists may interpret the season as they wish.
Lonesome Souls is Maggiori’s second solo show at the gallery and, notes gallery director Beau Alexander, his second solo show ever.
As one in a series of special exhibitions featuring the work of living Taos artists, The Art of Walt Gonske features 40 artworks completed over more than 40 years.