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内容提示: AMERICANC O L L E C T O RPREVIEWS OF WORKS FOR SALE AT UPCOMING SHOWS COAST TO COAST D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 9 I S S U E 1 7 0 39 East Colorado Blvd.Pasadena, CA 91105(626) 486-2018 © 2019 Arcadia Contemporarywww.arcadiacontemporary.cominfo@arcadiacontemporary.com ARCADIA CONTEMPORARYPresentsSTEPHEN MACKEYU.S. Debut ExhibitionDecember 14 - 31, 2019“The Last Salon” Oil on Panel 19" x 11" 39 East Colorado Blvd.Pasadena, CA 91105(626) 486-2018 © 2019 Arcadia Contemporarywww.arcadiacontemporary.cominfo@...

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AMERICANC O L L E C T O RPREVIEWS OF WORKS FOR SALE AT UPCOMING SHOWS COAST TO COAST D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 9 I S S U E 1 7 0 39 East Colorado Blvd.Pasadena, CA 91105(626) 486-2018 © 2019 Arcadia Contemporarywww.arcadiacontemporary.cominfo@arcadiacontemporary.com ARCADIA CONTEMPORARYPresentsSTEPHEN MACKEYU.S. Debut ExhibitionDecember 14 - 31, 2019“The Last Salon” Oil on Panel 19" x 11" 39 East Colorado Blvd.Pasadena, CA 91105(626) 486-2018 © 2019 Arcadia Contemporarywww.arcadiacontemporary.cominfo@arcadiacontemporary.com “A Month of Dreaming” Oil on Panel 22" x 24"ARCADIA CONTEMPORARYPresentsSTEPHEN MACKEYU.S. Debut ExhibitionDecember 14 - 31, 2019 004 www.AmericanArtCollector.comEDITOR’S LETTER@artmagscollectartamericanart collectorAmericanArtCollectorScan the IconsThroughout ThisIssue to WatchVideosScan forVIDEODon't HaveA Scanner App?We recommendSCANLIFEAvailable onAndroid and IOSDevicesGet Social!VINCENT W. MILLER / PublisherEDITORIALJOSHUA ROSE / Editoreditor@americanartcollector.comROCHELLE BELSITO / Managing Editorrbelsito@americanartcollector.comMICHAEL CLAWSON / Deputy EditorALYSSA M. TIDWELL / Assistant EditorTAYLOR TRANSTRUM / Associate EditorJOHN O’HERN / Santa Fe EditorFRANCIS SMITH / Contributing PhotographerMAIA GELVIN / Editorial InternADVERTISING 866 6190841LISA REDWINE / Senior Account Executivelredwine@americanartcollector.comCHRISTIE CAVALIER / Senior Account Executiveccavalier@americanartcollector.comANITA WELDON / Senior Account Executiveaweldon@americanartcollector.comHEATHER K. 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The views expressed are not necessarily those of the editor or the publisher. The publisher bears no responsibility and accepts no liability for the claims made, nor for information provided by advertisers. Printed in the USA.American Art Collector 7530 E. Main Street, Suite 105, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Telephone (480) 425-0806. Fax (480) 425-0724 or write to American Art Collector, P.O. Box 2320, Scottsdale, AZ 85252-2320Single copies $7.95. Subscription rate for one year is $36. To place an order, change address or make a customer service query, please email service@AmericanArtCollector.com or write to PO Box 2320, Scottsdale, AZ 85252-2320. Periodicals postage rates paid at Scottsdale, AZ, and at additional mailing of f i ces.POSTMASTER: Send all address changes to American Art Collector, P.O. Box 2320, Scottsdale, AZ 85252-2320AMERICAN ART COLLECTOR (ISSN 1547-7088) is published 12 times a year by International Artist Publishing Inc.CANADA: American Art Collector Publications Mail Agreement No. 40064408 Return Undeliverable Canadian Addresses to Express Messenger International PO Box 25058, London BRC, Ontario, Canada N6C 6A8 www.AmericanArtCollector.comDECEMBER 2019 / MONTHLYON THE COVERCesar Santos, Page 43, Domesticated, oil and charcoal on gessoed paper, 55 x 34". Available at Maxwell Alexander Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.Going to the GalleriesIt’s fall. For us, that means visits to our favorite fall art destinations such as Santa Fe, Tucson, Scottsdale, Bozeman, Boston and of course New York City. We love the idea of having a hearty lunch then strolling the arts districts looking for new work from emerging and established artists. A few weeks ago, we did just that. We were on Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico, for the annual Historic Canyon Road Paint and Sculpt Out. It was such a wonderful time. We walked from gallery to gallery chatting with friends, making new ones, looking at art, speaking with gallery owners and artists—I don’t think there is a better way to spend the day. It really is amazing how enjoyable this experience is. Galleries are such wonderful spaces run by knowledgeable people who spend hours upon hours seeking and fi nding artists to represent and promote. Speaking of galleries, we just heard from our wonderful friend Steve Diamant who owns Arcadia Contemporary, now located in Pasadena, California. Here is what Steve wrote us:“Hey! Just wanted to let you know that we just sold a Malcolm Liepke painting from inventory specif i cally because of YOUR magazine. The collector saw and read the article, then went to our website and saw one he loved and just called in to buy it. And he said he wants to buy more. He’s a brand-new collector to us.”I just want to point out that the article Steve mentions is in our November issue, so the call came in within a few days of the magazine being printed. American Art Collector works. It does what we set out to do on day one of this magazine, which is to bring galleries, collectors and artists together in a way that hasn’t been done before. It warms my heart to know that this is still happening issue after issue 15 years later. We love hearing these sold stories. Keep them coming!Sincerely,Joshua RoseEditorP.S. Wow. The response to our new website has been wonderful. Where else can you fi nd 300+ images of available artwork from realist galleries across the country? If you haven’t used it yet, go to www.americanartcollector.com and have a look today! M ARINA M ARINA“Gentle Affection,” Oil on Canvas, 26 x 26"900 N ORTH M ICHIGAN A VE . L EVEL 6, C HICAGO , IL 60611(312) 664-6203WWW.LOTTONGALLERY.COM Erin Berrett, Juice Kingcelebration of fine art 2020Open Daily 10am-6pm | Jan. 18-MaR. 29, 2020Loop 101 & Hayden rd, Scottsdale, Az480.443.7695Tickets Available At celebrateart.comFor 30 years, the Celebration of Fine Art has been the place where art lovers and artists connect. Meet 100 of the f nest artists in the country, watch them work and share in the creative process.Where Art Lovers & Artists Connect “White Peony,” Oil on Canvas, 20 x16"900 N ORTH M ICHIGAN A VE . L EVEL 6, C HICAGO , IL 60611(312) 664-6203WWW.LOTTONGALLERY.COMG ELENA P AVLENKO W EST W IND F INE A RT H OLIDAY 2019 S HOW PAINTINGS BY R ICHARD S CHMID , N ANCY G UZIK , K ATHY A NDERSON , C AROL A RNOLD , S TEPHANIE B IRDSALL , J OSH C LARE M AGGIE C AHOON , C YNTHIA F EUSTEL , J OHANNE M ANGI , D ANIEL J. K EYS , J UDY S TACH , AND T IMOTHY R. T HIES H ISTORIC B RUDER H OUSE | 349 M AIN S TREET , K EENE , N EW H AMPSHIRE S ATURDAY , D EC . 14 TH | 4:00–7:00 PM AND S UNDAY , D EC . 15 TH | 10:00 AM –3:00 PM I N C ELEBRATION OF R ICHARD S CHMID ’ S N EW “M Y S TILL L IFE A RT ” BOOK WWW .W EST W IND F INE A RT . COM | K RISTEN @W EST W IND F INE A RT . COM | 508-566-9463 Orange and Yellow Lillies, 8 1/2” x 11” imited edtition print © Richard Schmid 2019 L B o n n e r D a v i d G a l l e r i e sMichael Carson7040 E. Main Street x Scottsdale, AZ 85251 x www.bonnerdavid.com x art@bonnerdavid.com x 4 8 0 . 9 4 1 . 8 5 0 0“Resurface” / oil on panel / 30" x 24"Traditional x ContemporaryResurface New Works by Michael Carson December 13, 2019 – January 13, 2020 Artist Reception: Friday, December 13 6:00-8:00 pm Bonner David Galleries Call or email to RSVP Contact us for more information resort@terracana.com • 866.968.4304 www.RockyMountainArtTour.com www.facebook.com/RockyMountainArtTourLJLGalleries.comEscape to the Rocky MountainsArrive in Canmore, AB at the foot of the Rockies. Spend a day exploring Canmore enjoying the town sights, in-credible shops, restaurants and Gallery Walk. After a restful night, get an early start with a spectacular drive on the scenic Banff – Jasper Icef i elds Parkway.Experience a vibrant arts culture Stay the night and leave plenty of time to visit Banff and its world renowned Arts Centre. Continue on to Jasper stopping at the Columbia Ice Fields Glacier for an interpretive scenic walk. Spend a night at the Jasper Inn. No matter what the weather, you will fi nd an adventure.Spectacular sightseeing in Banff Jasper National Parks, ABExperience Spring Whitewater rafting or spend a fall day at Maligne Lake and take the cruise to world famous Spirit Island. Hike Maligne Canyon in the morning and visit the Tea House, then take the Jasper Tram that afternoon and continue on to British Columbia.Pristine wilderness in Valemount, BC Take a scenic drive through spectacular-Mount Robson Park, past highest peak in the Canadian Rockies and incredible wa-terfall viewpoints. Check in to a deluxe riverside log cabin Terracana, the perfect artist retreat. Book a paint-ing expedition, use the art studio and tour around or work with local artists. 122Scottsdale, AZMICHAEL CARSONLike New124Pasadena, CASTEPHEN MACKEYModern Gothic126New York, NYTONY SCHERMANPictures from Rome128New York, NYCHRISTOPHER BURKUrban Beauty130San Francisco, CAJEREMY FISHThe Fog Lovers Club132Vancouver, BCJEN MANNThe Concept of Self134New York, NYFRANCESCO LOMBARDOBaroque Beauty136St. Augustine, FLMATTHEW J. CUTTEREndless ViewsARIZONA• ScottsdaleBRITISH COLUMBIA• VancouverCALIFORNIA• Pasadena• San Francisco• Santa BarbaraCONNECTICUT• MadisonDELAWARE• GreenvilleFLORIDA• St. AugustineILLINOIS• ChicagoNEW HAMPSHIRE• KeeneNEW YORK• Bridgehampton• New YorkSOUTH CAROLINA• Charleston46DECEMBER 2019014 www.AmericanArtCollector.comU P C O M I N G S O L O & G R O U P S H O W SCONTENTS / S P E C I A L S E C T I O N SHUMAN NATURE 70Collector’s Focus: Figurative ArtTHE ART LOVER’S GUIDE 92 TO COLLECTING FINE ART IN FLORIDATHE ART LOVER’S GUIDE 113 TO COLLECTING FINE ART IN PARK CITY, UTAHOIL PAINTERS OF 161 AMERICA’S WESTERN REGIONAL JURIED EXHIBITIONTHE ART LOVER’S GUIDE 166 TO COLLECTING FINE ART IN CANADAF E AT U R E SMIXING IT UP 46By John O’HernCESAR SANTOS: 52 UNDER THE HOODBy Michael ClawsonSCOTT AVETT: 58 FAMILIAL CONNECTIONSBy John O’HernJIVAN LEE: MONUMENTAL 64By John O’HernD E PA R T M E N T SCALENDAR 34ART NEWS 36VISUAL FEAST 40TO BE ANNOUNCED 42UNVEILING 44ARTIST FOCUS PAGES 156Have an image you’d like to submit to our monthly Visual Feast feature? Email a high-resolution fi le of the image and a short description to editor@americanartcollector.com. Requirements? Big and beautifu l.138Greenville, DEGREG MORT & JON MORTPanoramas140Bridgehampton, NYSTRETCHING THE IMAGINATIONA sculpture exhibition144Charleston, SCHEATHER ARENAS & BILL FARNSWORTHImpressionistic Views146Keene, NH’TIS THE SEASONArt for the wintertime148Chicago, ILWINTER SHOWCASEHoliday group show150Santa Barbara, CAMIXED MEDLEYCelebrating 35 years152Madison, CTVARIETY SHOWDeck the walls154Pasadena, CAFLEETING MOMENTSSecond Biennale64015 3 SPECTACULAR SHOWS  200 PAINTINGSALL SHOWS ATEDSON KEITH MANSION  5500 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL  SARASOTA, FL 34231  LIGHTCHASERSINC.COMLIGHT CHASERSFRIDAY, JANUARY 24. 2020 FEATURED ARTIST SHOW PRESENTS:KATIE DOBSON CUNDIFF HODGES SOILEAU MORGAN SAMUEL PRICE GUEST ARTIST: JOSEPH MCGURL DOMINIC AVANTSUSAN J. FOSTERTERRY MASON JOSEPH MELANCON9TH ANNUAL MEMBER SHOWFRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 2020PAINT SARASOTA PAINT OUT SHOWSATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 2020  APRIL 19-25, 2020WINTERPARKPAINTOUT.ORG633 OSCEOLA AVENUE WINTER PARK, FL 32789Image: Light from Above, by Kathleen Denis 8 0 4 M A I N S T R E E T | PA R K C I T Y | 4 3 5 6 5 5 3 8 0 3 | T R O V E PA R K C I T Y. C O M32” X 32” OIL ON CANVAS“FIT SPORT” WENDY CHIDESTERg a l l e r yTROVE TEQUESTA, FLORIDA “Patchwork”, oil on canvas, 36” x 36” By Megan GibbonsCELEBRATING 15 YEARS ON HISTORIC MAIN STREETTerzian Galleries | 625 Main Street Park City, Utah | 435-649-4927www.Terziangalleries.com VINOY BASIN II, 16x20, oil on canvas panel | Charles Gray DESERT BLOOM, 30x40, oil on canvas | Jim Woodf i eld FLEETING MOMENT, 24x36, pastel | Shawn Dell Joyce HIGH TIDE, watercolor | John Bayalis “Pursuing a passion, realizing a dream...” Featuring original art by Tampa Bay area artists since 2015.Woodf i eld Fine Art Gallery | 2253 Central Avenue, #105 | St. Petersburg, Florida 33713 | 727-254-6981 | www.woodf i eldf i neart.comMotto of artist & owner Jim Woodf i eld cutter cuttergalleriesEST. 1998Exhibition & Sale December 2019904.810.0460 | cutterandcutter.comSaint Augustine - Ponte Vedra Beach | FloridaMATTHEW J. CUTTERNOAPS | ASMA | ISAPSouth Dakota Badlands, Oil on Canvas, 36 x 30 in 25 West Park Square | Marietta, GA 30060 | 770.427.5377 | dkgallery.usDiscover. Collect. Enrich. Alberto Mier Amy Cobb Barbara Nerenz Kelley Brooke Shaden Bruce MarionCatie Radney Claire Dunaway Connie Karleta Sales Dirk Walker Elizabeth ChapmanEmily Farish Ginger Oglesby Heather Blanton Heather Gauthier Holly IrwinJeff Surace Jennifer Gibbs Jennifer Rivera Jessica Eichman Karlene McConnellKevin Chambers Laura Surace Lauren Pallotta Stumberg Lorra Kurtz Lynthia EdwardsShellie Lewis Crisp Steve Dininno Suzy Schultz Toni Lyons Phillips Wyanne Thompson Tina SprattSomewhere In Between | oil on linen | 36x22 in | 2019PREMIER CONTEMPORARY REALISM & FIGURATIVE ART THE FIGURE IN ART www.ReinertFineArt.com | 843.694.2445 | 179 & 181 King Street, Charleston, SC 2 9401Featuring over 50 nationallly acclaimed award-winning artists. Come visit our exquisite galleries and magical sculpture garden! Bill Farnsworth, “Dancing on the Mountains”Heather Arenas, “Accessible” Heather Arenas, “Before we get too Busy”Bill Farnsworth & Heather Arenas Dual Exhibition December 6th - 16th, 2019Heather Arenas, “Who Needs Friends when you have Picasso”Bill Farnsworth, “Spot Light” Bill Farnsworth, “Boat House” THE CIVILITY PAINTINGSBY SARAH WESTAlabama State Capitol Debut ExhibitionALABAMA 200 Bicentennial fi naleNational Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial December 2019 – February 2020Exhibition Opening Celebration – December 14th, 2019600 Dexter Avenue, Montgomery, Alabama“Little Liberty Girl I” 42x72x1.5”  Oil on Canvas  2017“Wonderland” 90x78x1.5”  Oil on Canvas  2017 “Atlas” 42x84x1.5”  2016 “Vesper”42x78x1.5”  Oil on Canvas  2018The Sarah West Gallery of Fine Art l A Center for Cultural Arts l 2750 Lee Rd 430 l Smiths Station, AL 36877 334-480-2008 l sarahwestgallery@att.net l www.thesarahwestgalleryoff i neart.com l @sarahwestartist Proudly SponsoredBreathe in, Breathe art.The Park City Gallery Association features eighteen art galleries of f ering extraordinary works from a prodigious variety of artists, styles and aesthetics. Both experienced and novice collectors will be elated by the quality of art while appreciating the stunning mountainside setting. Join us and see for yourself...Gallery Stroll Last Friday of Every Month6pm – 9pmparkcitygalleryassociation.com ur new website has all the same high-quality ntent as the printed magazine.Now with EVERY EDITION!Read the entire issue on our website…Preview New Works Coming Up for Sale and Special Sections that Focus on Dif erent Art Subjects and GenresRead full coverage of the traditional fi ne art market in every monthly edition.OR1 YEAR $36 (US$49 CAN) | 2 YEAR $68 (US$96 CAN)AVAILABLE IN NORTH AMERICA ONLY2 YEAR $38ONLY $201 YEAR SUBSCRIPTIONAVAILABLE WORLDWIDEPRINT AND DIGITAL DIGITAL ONLYWatch All the VideosVideos take you inside galleries, collectors’ homes and artists’ studios to see and hear about their latest artworks.www.AmericanArtCollector.com/subscribeFor faster serviceSubscribe Online** Subscribers get automatic access to all stories online. Subscribers get direct monthly access to America’s best traditional fi ne art in their mailbox AND on our homepage. You can even buy single issues to read right on your screen.Choose the Print + Digital magazine OR the Digital magazine only. Both have identical content that you can read on the screen of your PC, tablet or smartphone at any time.Either way you can navigate from story to story and see all the beautiful new paintings available for you to collect. Be the fi rst to see thousands of new paintings about to be hung at America’s best art galleries.AND preview new artwork from all the exhibiting galleries!Art Destin ti d s of .Browse New ArtworkClick and go to each advertiser’s Online Exhibition Space and see hundreds of new artworks for sale.ONLINE EXHIBITION SPACES NEW MONUMENTS MAR 14 TO APR 20 Surface Tension, 2018. Acrylic and paper on canvas, 64 x 64 in.T H E F U L L E R B U I L D I N G 41 E A S T 57 T H S T R E E T N E W YO R K 10 0 2 2212 . 53 5 . 8 810 H I R S C H L A N DA D L E R .C O MH I R S C H L & A D L ER M O D ER NThe Whole Edition in Your Pocket!Read all the stories and browse all the new paintings while on the go. Now you really do have something to read—and enjoy.(312) 664-6203www.lottongallery.com900 North Michigan Ave. Level 6, Chicago, IL 60611DEBUT, ONE-MAN EXHIBITIONDANIEL BILMESMargo Selski, The Duet, oil and beeswax on canvas, 15 x 12"Lesley Thiel, The Fall, oil on panel, 39 x 24"Bryony Bensly, Wishing Tree, oil on canvas, 36 x 60"Jantina Peperkamp, Mirror, oil on wood panel, 11 x 11" 034 www.AmericanArtCollector.com SHOW CALENDARIn every issue of American Art Collector magazine, we publish the only reliable guide to all major upcoming fairs and shows nationwide. Contact our assistant editor, Alyssa Tidwell, to discuss how your event can be included in this calendar at (480) 374-2186 or atidwell@americanartcollector.com.The 2018 rendition of Art Miami.MIAMI BEACH, FLOCEAN DRIVE AND 8 TH STREETSCOPE MiamiContinuing the energy of Miami Art Week, SCOPE welcomes around 60,000 visitors over the course of the six-day event.scope-art.comThrough December 8MIAMI, FLCONTEXT ART MIAMI PAVILIONCONTEXT Art MiamiCONTEXT Art Miami, sister fair to Art Miami, creates an open atmosphere of dialogue between artists, galleries and collectors, providing a platform for emerging and cutting-edge artists, repre-sented across 95 galleries.www.contextartmiami.comThrough December 8MIAMI BEACH, FLAQUA HOTELAqua Art MiamiVisitors can take in classic South Beach vibes at Aqua Art Miami, a destination for collectors and to procure works by upcoming and midcareer artists. www.aquaartmiami.comThrough December 8MIAMI, FLMANA WYNWOODRed Dot MiamiHighlighting Miami’s art scene with more than 500 contempo-rary artists, the fair also boasts art labs, talks and spotlight galleries, attracting more than 38,000 visitors annually.www.reddotmiami.comThrough December 8MIAMI, FLMANA WYNWOODSpectrum MiamiFrom December 4 to 8, Spectrum Miami lights up the modern art scene with art labs, artist meet-and-greets, live demos, music and entertainment.www.spectrum-miami.comThrough December 8MIAMI BEACH, FLSUITES OF DORCHESTERINK Miami Art FairThis Miami Beach art fair showcases modern works on paper in the tranquil courtyard of the Suites of Dorchester hotel.www.inkartfair.comThrough December 8MIAMI BEACH, FLELV EXHIBIT HALLArt Now FairArt Now Fair debuts in the heart of Miami Beach—an elegant boutique exhibition space highlighting works from sophisticated galleries nationwide. Dealers can also escort clients to their booths to view artwork after fair hours.www.artnowfair.comThrough December 8MIAMI BEACH, FLINDIAN BEACH PARKPULSE Art FairRelax with a cocktail in a hammock at PULSE between browsing works from galleries like David Lusk Gallery, ClampArt, Hamiltonian Gallery and others from across the globe.www.pulseartfair.comThrough December 8MIAMI BEACH, FLMIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTERArt BaselWith more than 500,000-square-feet of exhibition space, the Miami Beach rendition of Art Basel showcases more than 200 leading galleries from North America and worldwide showing paintings, sculpture, photographs and more.www.artbasel.comThrough December 8MIAMI , FLICE PALACE STUDIOSNADA MiamiDedicated to presenting new art from across the world, NADA Miami is one of the only major American art fairs to be produced by a nonprof i t organization, bringing together some of the youngest and strongest art galleries.www.newartdealers.orgThrough December 8DEC2019345 3MIAMI, FLART MIAMI PAVILIONArt MiamiDecember is all about Miami Art Week. Celebrating its 30 th anniversary this year is Art Miami, the internationally recognized modern and contem-porary art fair and market.www.artmiami.comThrough December 8 “Surprise Visit” 48” x 48” acrylic on canvasart@kranstover.comwjkart.com435-901-2007William J. Kranstover 036 www.AmericanArtCollector.com NEWSCrafting IdentityPortraiture and the art of the human form are explored in Crafting Identity: American Highlights from Tia Collection at The Rockwell Museum in Corning, New York, through January 5, 2020. On loan from the Tia Collection, a private collection in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and curated by The Rockwell Museum, the show features artwork by inf l uential American artists like Andy Warhol, Robert Henri, Cara Romero, Roy Lichtenstein, Irving Penn and more. Erin Currier, American Women (Dismantling the Border) III (after Delacroix), mixed media and acrylic on panel. Tia Collection, Santa Fe, NM. Photo by James Hart. Artist represented by Blue Rain Gallery.Summon the SeaHerman Melville’s iconic novel Moby-Dick has remained an integral part of the Anthropocene, a literary tale of epic proportions that has fueled countless artistic endeavors in the last century and a half. An exhibition at Telfair Museums in Savannah, Georgia, explores the artwork of six contemporary artists—Corey Arnold, Guy Ben-Ner, Patty Chang, Tristin Lowe, Allan Sekula and Frank Stella—who act as storytellers through their artwork, responding to, challenging and celebrating the allegories presented in Moby-Dick. The show, Summon the Sea! Contemporary Artists and Moby Dick, features large-scale sculptures, photography, prints and video and will be on view through February 16, 2020.Frank Stella, Moby Dick Deckle Edges Series: A Bower in the Arsacides (Axsom 219), 1993, ed. 8 of 38, lithograph, etching, aquatint, relief and collagraph, 58¼ x 495/8". Collection Jordan D. Schnitzer and the Schnitzer Family Foundation. © Frank Stella.Monumental sculptureArtist Jim Rennert’s 12-foot-tall sculpture, Listen, portraying the “everyman” has taken up residence at 1350 Avenue of the Americas in New York City, the former home of the iconic LOVE sculpture by Robert Indiana. Known for adding a touch of humor to his works, the sculpture stands with an index fi nger to its lips as if deep in thought. Rennert is represented by Cavalier Gallery, which facilitated the recent installation. Jim Rennert’s massive bronze sculpture Listen at 6 th Avenue in Manhattan. 038 www.AmericanArtCollector.com NEWSAfrican portraiture An exhibition beginning this fall at Ryerson Image Centre in Toronto, Ontario, dives into the realm of African photographic portraiture through the perspectives of women, both as sitters and photographers. The Way She Looks: A History of Female Gazes in African Portraiture showcases contemporary works by women artists—Jodi Bieber, Lebohang Kganye, Zanele Muholi, Grace Ndiritu and more—alongside 1950s studio portraits and 19 th -century colonial images and albums The show will remain on view through December .olorful ompositionsMiles McEnery Gallery in New York City showcases a body of bright, colorful abstract art from Los Angeles-based artist Heather Gwen Martin. h lationship between the various complementary and l gous colors in her compositions guide how the artist ps the tone and overall emotion of her works. The h at Miles McEnery Gallery will be on view through mber 21.Heather Gwen Martin, Second Glance, oil on linen, 20 x 21½" Zanele Muholi, Miss D’Vine II from the series Miss D’vine, 2007, chromogenic print. © The artist. Courtesy the artist and Stevenson, Cape Town and Johannesburg.Soc llyengagedThe exuberant work of multifaceted artist Nick Cave is imbued with both joy and critique of our modern world, exploring ideas of identity, equity and what it means to be human. An exhibition at Mississippi Museum of Art, Nick Cave: Feat., showcases 17 works examining the artist’s socially engaged practice. On view through February 16, 2020, the show includes sculpture, video and interactive installations with color and sound that illuminate important societal issues of today. Nick Cave, Sound t, 20 mixed media, inc g g toys, pipe cleane upholstery, meta 109 x 38 x 31". Co y and Jack Shainm y York. © Nick Cav yPrinz Photograp y. The White Horse Collectionbeavisf i neart.com VISUAL FEAST040 www.AmericanArtCollector.comTodd Casey: The EntomologistAfter finding a cicada in his yard, still life artist Todd Casey knew exactly what he wanted to paint, and over the course of several years devel-oped The Entomologist. “The concept was to build a character, perhaps a lover of bugs (an ento-mologist),” he says. “Many of the objects suggest a narrative—the letters, the bug case and also the pen—as if the character was working at this table, perhaps writing about the cicada.”The painting, which reminds the artist of his curiosities of childhood, is included in his forthcoming book, The Art of Still Life, which will be published in the spring by Monacelli Press. 041The Entomologist, oil on panel, 12 x 18". Courtesy Rehs Contemporary, New York, NY. 042 www.AmericanArtCollector.comEDITOR’S NOTE: Sarah will scour the country for the best and brightest emerging artists on the scene and then interview them about their work. Sarah has a wonderful eye, and I'm sure you will enjoy what she is able to discover. Artists, if you want your work considered, hashtag all your social media posts #tobeannounced #americanartcollector. ToBeAnnounced# #To Paint Beyond My DeathYoung and passionately productive, artist Monica Garza seems to turn out new, incredible work while making it look and seem so ef ortless. Garza has been an artist for most of her life and that undoubtedly shows through in her work. When looking at her paintings, one can tell this is an artist who has not only found their ablest voice, but also has perfected it and is also capable of evolving it even further. Garza is an American artist but has a very diverse background and has lived many places. She’s spent time living in Asia, Africa and South America, to name a few. She goes into her background in the interview. Garza is the type of artist who puts all of herself into her paintings...liter-ally. While these women may not always look exactly like her, they are her in some form or another. They are every woman, strong, self-assured, carefree yet complex.Garza states at the end of this interview that she “wants to leave a legacy…to paint beyond my death” and this writer believes she is doing just that. When was the fi rst time you can recall thinking to yourself, “Hmm art/painting might be the way I want to express myself!”Not necessarily a moment, but it was a feeling I had since I was a kid. I’ve always loved making art and drawing my whole life. It is just my being.What were the fi rst things you remember drawing?Firstly, I remember doing all the coloring books. But when I taught myself to draw I remember trying to copy photos of my family and doing a lot of self-portraits.You have a very mixed and diverse background. Can you go into that a little bit, i.e., your heritage and places you’ve lived?I was born in New Mexico and moved to Japan as a young kid but grew up in a super small town in central Georgia from elemen-tary to high school. My mother is Korean and my father is Mexican but I am American.How do you think your heritage has af ected the work you make today?Well everyone’s core of who they are af ects who and how they do what they do. I think it’s obvious how my heritage has inspired my work. I’m mostly interested in the painting itself, over the content. That becomes the most interesting part for me.Who are these women in your paintings? What’s their backstory? I’d like the viewer to take what they want from it, but the paintings are inspired by me…by myself. Interview with Monica GarzaBy Sarah Elise Abramson2 1 #TOBEANNOUNCEDSarah Elise Abramson is a contemporary fi ne art photographer based in San Pedro, California—a mysterious post-industrial enclave whose of eat countercultural history and proliferation of unusual sights, sounds and citizens is tailor-made for Abramson’s obsession with everyday surrealism. In both her own photography and in her curatorial and editorial approach to exhibition projects and independent publications, her emphasis is on discovering the eccentric beauty in the things most people overlook. Found objects, hidden messages, secrets of the universe that hide in plain sight—throughout her studies at Parsons The New School for Design and Brooks Institute of Photography, and later at LaChapelle Studios, her work has evolved from fi nding to intuitively creating original daydreams and shared cosmologies. www.sarahelisephotography.com @slow_toast043Are you as strong and conf i dent as the women you paint?I think I’m very independent but I’m human. I’m insecure most of the time.In your personal opinion, is the world getting better or worse? I know this is a very broad question, so interpret it as you like.We are progressing in great strides but at times it feels like mentally we are out creating biases and other challenges that are just unnecessary. Overall, it’s getting better I suppose.What is your biggest vice?I don’t feel like I really do anything bad and when I do I feel it’s not bad. I drink and smoke but I don’t do that every day. When I do it, it feels liberating. If I eat something “bad” I also feel OK about it. My day-to-day routine life is pretty healthy. It’s nice to live a little and let go.What is something you’re incredibly proud of?Well, myself, because I never gave up on my dreams.What kind of music do you listen to and do you ever listen while you paint?It depends on my mood. A lot of rock, deep house, R&B, rap, alternative, Nu-disco; it varies.Where do you draw inspiration from?My life experiences and friends, culture and history, everyday mundane things I see as I’m passing by. Apples or watermelon?Watermelon! It’s the best when the weather is hot. I buy a whole one, chop it in half and just spoon it out into my mouth.Favorite color combination currently?I’ve been into purples and greens lately. Or greens or pinks. I have moments with every color but I’m into all of them at dif erent times. What are your upcoming plans/goals for your work?I have some shows coming up, but my goals are to leave a legacy. To paint beyond my death.To check out more of Garza’s work you can follow her on Instagram. @monicakimgarza3 451Repesado Nights, acrylic, 56 x 70"2Buenos Dias, acrylic on canvas, 36 x 24"3COFFEE, glitter acrylic on canvas, 56 x 48"4Far East Market, acrylic, felt, foam paper and oil pastel on canvas, 70 x 58"5Resort, acrylic, 56 x 70" 044 www.AmericanArtCollector.comUnveilingUnveiling spotlights, a recently completed portrait commission, figurative work or upcoming exhibition from some of the best and most active members of the Portrait Society of America. This month Krystle Stricklin, guest writer for the Portrait Society, interviewed Joseph Daily about his recently unveiled portrait of Dr. Geno J. Merli.Last May, artist Joseph Daily unveiled an exquisite new portrait of Dr. Geno J. Merli commissioned for Thomas Jef erson University Hospital in Philadelphia. Daily portrays the noted doctor and professor standing in his of ce, surrounded by an array of personal objects that represent Merli’s commitment to family, faith and a profes-sion in service to others. This is the eighth portrait Daily has completed for Jef erson; each one being a special experience for him with a subject he was th...

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