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内容提示: PREVIEWS OF WORKS FOR SALE AT UPCOMING SHOWS COAST TO COAST N O V E M B E R 2 0 1 9 I S S U E 1 6 9AMERICANC O L L E C T O R MATTHEW SIEVERS544 South Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501 | 505.954.9902 | www.blueraingallery.comShining Before the Storm (detail), oil on canvas, 72" h x 72" w 39 East Colorado Blvd.Pasadena, CA 91105(626) 486-2018 © 2019 Arcadia Contemporarywww.arcadiacontemporary.cominfo@arcadiacontemporary.com “Redhead In Blue” Oil on Canvas 16" x 12"November 23 - December 12, 201...

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PREVIEWS OF WORKS FOR SALE AT UPCOMING SHOWS COAST TO COAST N O V E M B E R 2 0 1 9 I S S U E 1 6 9AMERICANC O L L E C T O R MATTHEW SIEVERS544 South Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501 | 505.954.9902 | www.blueraingallery.comShining Before the Storm (detail), oil on canvas, 72" h x 72" w 39 East Colorado Blvd.Pasadena, CA 91105(626) 486-2018 © 2019 Arcadia Contemporarywww.arcadiacontemporary.cominfo@arcadiacontemporary.com “Redhead In Blue” Oil on Canvas 16" x 12"November 23 - December 12, 2019MALCOLM T. LIEPKENew Paintings 39 East Colorado Blvd.Pasadena, CA 91105(626) 486-2018 © 2019 Arcadia Contemporarywww.arcadiacontemporary.cominfo@arcadiacontemporary.com “At the Bar” Oil on Canvas 30" x 20"November 23 - December 12, 2019MALCOLM T. LIEPKENew Paintings 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. RASKIN / Senior Account Executivehraskin@americanartcollector.comCAMI BEAUGUREAU / Account Executivecamib@americanartcollector.comTRAFFICBRITTON COURTNEY / Traffic Managertraffic@americanartcollector.comPRODUCTIONADOLFO CASTILLO / Multi Media ManagerTONY NOLAN / Art DirectorDANA LONG / Production ArtistJUSTIN KESSLER/ Production/Email ArtistSUBSCRIPTIONS 877 9470792EMILY YEE / Subscriptions Managerservice@americanartcollector.comAPRIL STEWART / Accounts Receivable astewart@americanartcollector.comKIMBERLY VICKERS / Administrative Coordinatoradmin@americanartcollector.comCopyright © 2019. All material appearing in American Art Collector is copyright. Reproduction in whole or part is not permitted without permission in writing from the editor. Editorial contributions are welcome and should be accompanied by a stamped self-addressed envelope. All care will be taken with material supplied, but no responsibility will be accepted for loss or damage. 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.comNOVEMBER 2019 / MONTHLYON THE COVERMalcom T. Liepke, Balloons, oil, 24 x 28"Available at Arcadia Contemporary, Pasadena, CA.The Results are InWell, it’s only been two months since we launched our new website and online exhibition spaces, and we are already hearing rave reviews about it. As you know, in September we launched our new online exhibition spaces as well as our new website where subscribers can read the entire magazine directly online. With the online exhibition spaces, for the fi rst time advertisers are able to upload up to 20 images from their inventory directly to our site as well.Through this new feature, we have now had more than 600 works available to collectors directly from galleries across the country. And, even better, these are quality works of art from the best artists and galleries coast to coast. Although we only launched this service two months ago, we are hearing from galleries and collectors on how well it is working and helping! One collector, who has already bought two pieces direct from the site, let us know how happy they were with fi nally having access to such quality works in one location without having to spend hours surf i ng the web as they had done in the past.So, if you haven’t already, try our new online exhibition spaces today. Simply go to the website, look down the right-hand column for all the ads appearing in this issue of the magazine and then click on one and see what you can discover! In a print ad, galleries can only put one or maybe two works from an artist’s upcoming show, but with this new product you can see the entire show, up to 20 images!Sincerely,Joshua RoseEditorP.S. Once you’ve tried it, please send me feedback of your experience and keep sending the sold stories. My email is editor@americanartcollector.com. G YULA S ISKA“Elegance of Flowers,” Oil on Panel, 30 x 24”900 N ORTH M ICHIGAN A VE . L EVEL 6, C HICAGO , IL 60611(312) 664-6203WWW.LOTTONGALLERY.COM G IANNI S TRINO“Lovely Gaze,” Oil On Canvas, 12 x 12” 900 N ORTH M ICHIGAN A VE . L EVEL 6, C HICAGO , IL 60611(312) 664-6203WWW.LOTTONGALLERY.COM ANATOMY OF THE MAGAZINEUse this magazine to help you become the first to acquire new works for sale at upcoming shows coast to coastCOASTTOCOAST COVERAGEFind out what’s happening across the nation. This is the fi rst magazine to provide coast-to-coast coverage of upcoming shows from artists and galleries specializing in traditional fi ne art paintings and sculpture—the art that collectors want.PREVIEWS In the Preview pages, we reveal new works about to come available for sale by the country’s leading galleries.ART SHOW LOCATIONSAt the top of each Preview page you’ll see the destination where the upcoming exhibition is showing, the dates, and the gallery address and contact details so you can make inquiries about new works—before they go on sale to the general public. ARTIST FOCUS PAGESThese one-page articles are bonus Previews and focus on additional exhibitions taking place each month. Artist Focus Pages also show new works available for purchase, providing another valuable resource for fi nding more one-of-a-kind works of art.ART LOVER’S GUIDESBroaden your horizons by reading about the fabulous new art to be shown in some of the country’s most exciting and stimulating art destinations.COLLECTOR HOMESOur nationally recognized interior design consultants take you inside the homes of major art collectors to show how the collections have been hung.ART MARKET INSIGHTSFind out everything the discerning collector needs to know. Each month a group of art experts share their behind-the-scenes knowledge of how the art market works.SOLD!Read our monthly SOLD! pages to fi nd out who’s buying whose art they fi rst saw in this magazine.VIRTUAL ART WALKVisit www.AmericanArtCollector.com to see our sensational Virtual Art Walk. When a show announcement catches your eye, click on it and the art image will enlarge. Click again, and you will be linked directly to the gallery hosting the upcoming show. Meeting Street, oil 16 x 20”www.ReinertFineArt.comBoothbay Harbor Clouds, oil 18 x 14” Marina Sunset, oil 9 x 12”SOLD Grimes Cove, oil 20 x 16”New Small WorkRick Reinert 843.694.2445 | 179 & 181 King Street, Charleston, SC 29401Linekin Bay Sunset, oil 12 x 9” Harvest Moon, Coastal Maine, oil 20 x 16”Cape Elizabeth, oil 12 x 9” Garden Light, oil 12 x 9” Andy Braitman& Curt ButlerAnticipation48X40Oil on CanvasCreek in Purple60X48Oil on CanvasOPENING RECEPTIONNOVEMBER 8, 2019Shain Gallery | 2823 Selwyn Avenue, Suite K | Charlotte NC 28209704-334-7744 | www.shaingallery.com Geoffrey Johnson & Kim SchuesslerInteriors in Green50X46Oil on CanvasLove Cape and the Silver Lining56X38Mixed MediaOPENING RECEPTIONNOVEMBER 22, 2019Shain Gallery | 2823 Selwyn Avenue, Suite K | Charlotte NC 28209704-334-7744 | www.shaingallery.com COLORADO• DenverILLINOIS• ChicagoNEW YORK• Bridgehampton• New YorkNORTH CAROLINA• AshevillePENNSYLVANIA• LancasterSOUTH CAROLINA• CharlestonVIRGINIA• WarrentonNOVEMBER 2019134New York, NYDANNY HELLERMidcentury Spaces136New York, NYDALEASTRippling Stone138New York, NYKIRA NAM GREENEGood Fortune140Lancaster, PAROBERT A. NELSONAnimal Tales142Bridgehampton, NYINSIDE OUTA curated exhibition146Chicago, ILGYULA SISKAPrecise Florals148New York, NYBAY AREA PAINTERSEast meets west150Warrenton, VAROGER DALE BROWN & BEVERLY FORD EVANSUp in the Highlands50014 www.AmericanArtCollector.comU P CO 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 SFLUID FORMS 72Collector’s Focus: Art of the NudeTREASURES TO BEHOLD 82Collector’s Focus: Small Works & MiniaturesTHE ART LOVER’S GUIDE 114 TO NORTH CAROLINAOIL PAINTERS OF 162 AMERICA’S EASTERN REGIONAL JURIED EXHIBITIONF E AT U R E SJOINING THEMES 50By John O’HernTHE BEAUTY OF THE FIGURE 56By John O’HernSUSAN LYON & 62 SCOTT BURDICK: INSPIRING MINDSBy Michael ClawsonMALCOLM T. LIEPKE: 68 HIGHLY CHARGEDBy Rochelle BelsitoD E PA R T M E N T SCALENDAR 34ART NEWS 36VISUAL FEAST 40TO BE ANNOUNCED 42ART SHOW PREVIEW 44UNVEILING 46ART SHOW REPORT 48ARTIST FOCUS PAGES 158-161, 174AWARD WINNERS 168, 172, 175Have 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.152Charleston, SCWILLIAM SCHNEIDER & LORRI ACOTTMore than a Feeling154Denver, COMICHELLE COURIER & SHAY DAVISDrifting Along156Asheville, NCDIGGING DEEPERA fi gurative showcase56015 steven@stevenwalkerstudios.comstevenwalkerstudios.com “Franklin Alley” 12x12”, oilSteven S. Walker “There Will Be An Answer”, 36”x 36”, Oilwww.trpart.com @trpart 818 515-4970Terry Romero Paul American Legacy Fine Arts Representing Today’s Premier Contemporary Realist Artistsby Private Appointment 626.577.7733 ? americanlegacyfinearts.comGroup Exhibition: Fleeting Moments 2nd Biennale: Works en Plein AirNovember 22 – December 15, 2019Featuring: Peter Adams, Brian Blood, Keith Bond, Nikita Budkov, Christopher Cook, Steve Curry, Karl Dempwolf, David Dibble, Kathleen Dunphy, Chuck Kovacic, Jean LeGassick, Calvin Liang, Jennifer Moses, Michael Obermeyer, Tony Peters, Daniel W. Pinkham, Robin Purcell, Dan Schultz, Kevin Short, Amy Sidrane, W. Jason Situ and William StoutDan SchultzShoreline ShadowsOil on linen panel 24? ? 24?Tony PetersHollywood You Marry Me?Oil on canvas 12? ? 16?Brian BloodMarket & Sprear St., San Francisco Oil 12? ? 16?Daniel W. PinkhamSaint Marie’s Fields; Afternoon Fog EffectOil on panel 20? ? 16? Romonayoungquist.comMorning, 40"x40" Waterhouse GalleryArtist Reception Saturday November 23rd 4:00 - 7:00pmWaterhouse Gallery 1114 State Steet, Santa Barbara, CA 93101805-962-8885 email art@waterhousegallery.comSee Exhibition Online @ www.waterhousegallery.comAn Exhibition Celebrating 35 years of Fine Art“Study in Black” Original Oil by Jennifer GennariFeatured Artists Peter AdamsBela BacsiAldo Balding Ovanes Berberian Ann Shelton BethGeorge BodineGerard BoersmaSuchitra BhosleChristina Cooper John Cosby Nancy Seamons CrookstonSteve CurryNancy DavidsonCamille DellarMichael FitzpatrickEllie FreudensteinRick Garcia Jennifer Gennari Douglas GrayTrent GudmundsonMichael A F GumbertCynthia Hamilton Derek HarrisonWyllis Heaton Tom HughesRay HunterBrent JensenSung Eun KimMark LagueKyle MaTerry MiuraJohn ModesittStan MoellerDoug MorganCraig NelsonMarci OleszkiewiczJoseph PaquetJesse Powell Christina RamosPauline RocheJason SacranAnn SandersMolly SchmidMichael SiegalMian SituEric Slayton Matt SmithEzra SukoThomas Van SteinHsin-Yao TsengAlbin VeselkaJove WangRalph WaterhouseZhaoming WuGW“Winter Sunset” Original Oil Ralph Waterhouse“Pool Sisters” Original Oil by Stan Moeller“Breakfast in Provence” Original Oil by Kyle Ma Shana Levenson Domme | oil on dibond | 18x14 in | 2019PREMIER CONTEMPORARY REALISM & FIGURATIVE ART Nickajack Rockfest, pastel, 27" x 19"Marsha Hamby SavageLoving Nature"Loving Nature" is my inspiration ....Smyrna, Georgia • 770-853-4696 • Marsha@MarshaSavage.com • www.MarshaSavage.com/MarshaSavageArtRepresented by:Frameworks Gallery, Marietta, GA (770) 973-6701High Country Art Gallery, Blue Ridge, GA (706) 632-6882 Dress The Walls, Eatonton, GA (706) 431-2046 (top) Ksenia Saldaeva • Portrait of Tolika • 33" x 58 3/4" • oil (bottom, left to right) Samir Rakhmanov • At a Cafe • 23 1/4" x 35 1/4" • oilMargarita Khvostova • On the Way to Church • 35" x 61" • oil7103 East Main Street ■ Scottsdale, Arizona 85251 ■ Telephone 480.596.9533paulscottgallery.comNovember 2019Paintings from the Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg, RussiaOver 25 works from the next generation of Russian masters! ?Verdant II 36x36 a/c Aiden Kringen Kaleidoscope 72x72 acrylic on canvas Aiden Kringen ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Pentling, Germany 8x10 o/p James Kroner Rainscape 24x24 o/p James Kroner ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????K R O N E R - K R I N G E N A U T U M N 2 0 1 9 S H O W O C T O B E R 2 6 - N O V E M B E R 2 5 First Place Painting: Alex Venezia, Haunting, 20x16", OilExhibitionThe selected fi nalists are required to exhibit their original artwork and be present at the prestigious The Art of the Portrait conference in Orlando, Florida, April 16-19, 2020 for awards presentation.Awards and CategoriesOver $115,000 in prizes and awards will be presented in categories recognizing Painting, Drawing and Sculpture. The Grand Prize winner will be awarded a $25,000 cash prize. The Portrait Society of America invites artists from all over the world to enter one of the most prestigious competitions focused on the fi gure. Mark your calendars for February 12, 2020, the online entry deadline.Call toll-free 1-877-772-4321 info@portraitsociety.org www.portraitsociety.orgTo enter, register or for membership information: Call for Entries “ILLUMINATED” 40X30 Oil on Wrapped Canvasgiulianaaubert.com ? (310) 288-3531 GIULIANA AUBERT FINE ART STUDIO 1999, Oil on Canvas, 48 x 48100 Years of Fashion1 9 2 0 - 2 0 2 0December 201925 West Park Square | Marietta, GA 30060 | 770.427.5377 | dkgallery.usHolly Irwin R E F I N E D MINIMALISMEmbedded VideosVideos in each issue let you take part in all the art action—starting from inside artists’ studios to gallery openings and right through to auctions on the go.Discover New Art Available For SaleThe new art of today’s major artists is in big demand, and if you’re serious about acquiring it you need to know about it sooner. When you subscribe to American Art Collectormagazine you’ll be the first to know because each month we’ll email you the link to the latest issue online. You’ll have instant access to the latest issue immediately when it is published. You’ll see the art coming available for sale before the shows even open.Coast-To-Coast CoverageSee new art being created by major living artists from the East Coast to the West Coast and everywhere in between.Many readers travel across the country to acquire pieces from galleries showing new work in this magazine.Covering The Major Art DestinationsOur Art Lover’s Guides alert you to the peak season for art destinations around the nation. You’ll find details of all the major shows opening around the country with images of new work and dates of upcoming shows. Our user-friendly Art Walk Maps help orient you before you visit and show you where the major galleries are located.See Inside the Homes of Major CollectorsOur nationally recognized interior design consultants and photographers take you inside the homes of major art collectors to show how the collections have been hung.Scan for VIDEOSUBSCRIBE TODAY! 12 ISSUES PER YEARwww.AmericanArtCollector.comWhich Reader Are You?OR1 YEAR $36 (US$49 CAN) | 2 YEAR $68 (US$96 CAN)AVAILABLE IN NORTH AMERICA ONLY2 YEAR $38ONLY $201 YEAR SUBSCRIPTIONAVAILABLE WORLDWIDEPRINT AND DIGITALFOR FASTER SERVICE subscribe online at www.AmericanArtCollector.com/subscribeDIGITAL ONLYWhich Subjects Do You Like Best? In every issue we spotlight different art genres and subjects. Visit our Homepage and click on Editorial Calendar to see the full listing of subjects and the issues they appear in with your subscription.12 Issues of the Monthly MagazineA visual feast of large-format images and articles previewing new paintings and contemporary decorative art objects from upcoming shows on major living artists coast to coast.Paintings • Sculpture • Glass • Ceramics • Wood 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.ROCKLAND, MECENTER FOR MAINE CONTEMPORARY ARTTemporality | The Process of TimeThis show explores how artists illustrate the concept of time in their work.www.cmcanow.orgThrough February 23, 2020PORTLAND, MEPORTLAND MUSEUM OF ARTScenes from Western CultureIcelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson’s 2015 series showcases vignettes of idyllic images of daily Western life.www.portlandmuseum.orgThrough March 1, 2020LOS ANGELES, CALOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ARTJulie MehretuA midcareer survey of the artwork of Mehretu includes approximately 35 paintings with 40 works on paper dating from 1996 to today.www.lacma.orgThrough May 17, 2020BROOKLYN, NYBROOKLYN EXPO CENTERThe Other Art FairThe biannual event returns to Brooklyn to show works by emerging artists in the realm of paintings, drawings, photog-raphy, sculpture and prints. nyc.theotherartfair.comThrough November 10PROVIDENCE, RIRHODE ISLAND CONVENTION CENTERArt Providence ShowThis high-caliber juried art show features a wide variety of media from New England-based artists and beyond, including Julie Brayton, C.C. Wolf, Michael Updike and more.www.artprovidenceshow.comThrough November 10SCOTTSDALE, AZSCOTTSDALE ARTISTS’ SCHOOLBeaux Arts The Scottsdale Artists’ School’s annual fundraiser brings together art enthusiasts for an evening of silent auctions, music, libations and a light dinner.www.scottsdaleartschool.orgDALLAS, TXDALLAS MUSEUM OF ARTspeechless: dif f erent by design Featuring work by six upcoming artists, visitors can immerse them-selves in this interactive exhibi-tion that explores how we process the world through our fi ve senses.www.dma.orgThrough March 22, 2020CHICAGO, ILMUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART CHICAGOCommons Artist Project: blkHaUS studiosAn exhibition at MCA Chicago brings together Chicago commu-nity members and local museums to tell stories of collected objects. www.mcachicago.orgThrough March 1, 2020NEW YORK, NYSTONE SPARROW NYCQuantum BaroqueA new exhibition featuring the work of American painter Francesco Lombardo opens November 13 with an artist reception from 6 to 9 p.m. www.stonesparrownyc.comThrough December 7NEW YORK, NYPARK AVENUE ARMORYSalon Art + DesignFeaturing 56 leading art and design galleries across 14 dif f erent countries, Salon show-cases some of the best in vintage and contemporary design.www.thesalonny.comThrough November 18SCOTTSDALE, AZSCOTTSDALE CIVIC CENTER PLAZAArtFest of ScottsdaleThe work of 150 contemporary artists nationwide will be scattered across the expansive green lawn of Old Town Scottsdale's Civic Center Plaza, as well as food and live music.www.888artfest.comThrough November 24The 2018 SOFA Chicago was the largest show to date, celebrating its silver anniversary. Photo by Wittef i ni. Courtesy SOFA Chicago. CHICAGO, ILNAVY PIERSOFA ChicagoOne of the premier fairs focusing on three-dimensional art, SOFA Chicago returns with around 80 dealers show-casing works that cross the boundaries of fi ne art, decora-tive art and design.www.sofaexpo.comThrough November 3OCT2019NOV201923710121314238931 www.knoxgalleries.comM ARK T HOMPSON“Minstrel’s Allegory”*, Egg Tempera, 37¾ x 35¼”Hooked On Art Since 1980!*At our Beaver Creek location46 Avondale Lane ? Beaver Creek, CO 81620 970-949-5564175 E. Main Street ? Harbor Springs, MI 49740231-526-5377HARBOR SPRINGS BEAVER CREEK 036 www.AmericanArtCollector.comMade in LAThe Hammer Museum at UCLA recently announced a partnership with the Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California, for the upcoming exhibition Made in L.A. 2020, for the Hammer’s acclaimed biennial. The exhibition will take place at both institutions, showcasing for the fi rst time new installations, videos, fi lms, sculptures, performances and paintings from Los Angeles-based artists, allowing visitors the opportunity to experience a comprehensive contemporary art show in this major West Coast city.  The partnership announcement was made by Hammer director Ann Philbin alongside Huntington president Karen R. Lawrence, during The Huntington’s kickof f event for its yearlong centennial celebration. NEWSDark LionessZanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail the Dark Lioness is a striking photographic series by Zanele Muholi, a South African artist and activist. The exhibition, which runs through November 3 at Seattle Art Museum, includes a series of 76 portraits taken in Europe, Asia, North America and Africa between 2014 and 2017. Each photograph is unique, asserting important questions about human rights, social injustices and contested representations of the black body.Napoleon PaintingsBeginning next year, Brooklyn Museum in New York presents a powerful artistic partnership, melding together historic and contemporary art. In this exhibition, a massive and magnif i cent painting by modern creative Kehinde Wiley, Napoleon Leading the Army over the Alps, 2005, meets the work on which it was based on—Jacques-Louis David’s Napoleon Crossing the Alps from 1801. This also marks the fi rst time David’s original version of the large-scale painting will be on view in New York. The show runs January 24 through May 10, 2020.Kehinde Wiley, Napoleon Leading the Army over the Alps, oil on canvas, 108 x 108". Brooklyn Museum, partial gift of Suzi and Andrew Booke Cohen in memory of Ilene R. Booke and in honor of Arnold L. Lehman, Mary Smith Dorward Fund and William K. Jacobs Jr. Fund, 2015.53. © Kehinde Wiley. Courtesy Brooklyn Museum.Juan Devis, Roy Choi, Victoria Orphan, Yuval Sharon and Melodie Yashar talk during The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens Centennial Celebration Launch Event on September 5 in San Marino, California. Photo by Ryan Miller/Capture Imaging.Zanele Muholi, Somnyama Ngonyama II, Oslo, 2015. © Zanele Muholi. Courtesy Stevenson, Cape Town/Johannesburg and Yancey Richardson, New York. 038 www.AmericanArtCollector.com NEWSTemporalityAn upcoming exhibition at Center for Contemporary Art Maine examines how contemporary artists use the concept of time as a means of creation through repetition, duration and process. Artists in the exhibition include Gideon Bok, Astrid Bowlby, Caleb Charland, Amy Stacey Curtis, Nathan Kroms Davis, Grace DeGennaro and others. Temporality will be on view November 2 to February 23, 2020.Steve Rosenthal, Halibut Point Surf #1, archival pigment print. Collection of the Cape Ann Museum. Gift of the photographer, 2019.Alice Dalton Brown, Westf i eld Columns, watercolor and oil pastel on paper, 30½ x 22½". Collection of the artist.Preston Gannaway, Baptism, archival pigment print. Museum purchase, 2017.15.3. © Preston Gannaway.Where Homer WalkedAbout a year ago, architect and photographer Steve Rosenthal was approached by Cape Ann Museum in Gloucester, Massachusetts, to shoot photographs to complement the museum’s major exhibition Homer at the Beach. The seaside photographs taken by Rosenthal, who walked in the footsteps of Winslow Homer as part of this project, are now on view through December 1 in their own exhibition titled Along the Shore – Photographs by Steve Rosenthal.PastelsPastels at The Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio, features the oil pastels and watercolors of New York-based artist Alice Dalton Brown. Running through November 24, the exhibition draws on Brown’s fascination with houses and water in her paintings, subject matter the artist says elicits strong memories and a sense of hope and reverie.Five Years of PhotographyFive Years of Photography at The Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Virginia, celebrates the institution’s outstanding collection of photographic works with an exhibition that showcases the most recent acquisition of 500-plus photographs. The Chrysler has also made it a priority to diversify its collection by adding more works by women, people of color and those working in Hampton Roads. The show runs through October 20 in the Frank Photography Gallery.Grace DeGennaro, Continuum (Magenta) (detail), oil on linen. ® VISUAL FEAST040 www.AmericanArtCollector.com Aixa Oliveras: ResilienceAixa Oliveras’ painting Resilience is a personal piece for the artist. She explains, “[It] is inspired by the process of healing that I experienced in my move from Puerto Rico to California, with the botanical pattern of the nightshade flower symbolizing fear and threat and the angel tattoo on the woman’s back acting a symbol for inner strength.” The painting appears in the 33 Contemporary Gallery exhibition The Art of the Nude, which features art from the PoetsArtists community. 041Resilience (detail), oil on linen, 24 x 30" 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# #1When first looking at Los Angeles artist Laura Soto’s work a few words come to mind. Her pieces all seem to encompass the body in some way; they have a fl eshy feeling and tone to them and her color palette is as close to muted naturally occurring colors in nature as one could get. I was taken aback the more work I saw from her. Each piece on its own is intriguing but when you see her whole body of work together there is something to be said about the continuity and intended resemblance amongst each and every piece. They all fi t and they all tell a cohesive story. One can easily guess where her influence lies and what surrounds she might have grown up around that are now informing her art. Soto was kind enough to answer a few of my questions about her practice, her process and upcoming future plans!Interview with Laura SotoBy Sarah Elise Abramson2How long have you been an artist? Making has always been an integral part of my life. Growing up I was constantly drawing or painting or sculpting. It hasn’t always looked the way it does now, as it wasn’t until about six years ago that what has become my current process began to solidify. Where do you live? Where do you work? Does your environment impact your work at all?I live and work in Los Angeles and grew up in San Diego. When my practice became process-based during my undergraduate work I began to notice recurring palettes and textures and forms that were reminiscent of the coastal terrain surrounding me. Do you have any formal training?I graduated with my bachelor’s degree in studio arts from Biola University in 2013. What informs your work? Growing up I beachcombed along the Central California coast. I was fascinated with these broken, luminous rocks/shells that I was picking up. I am chasing that same sense of wonder and discovery in the work and don’t think its coincidence that my pieces echo that organic aesthetic. #TOBEANNOUNCEDSarah Elise Abramson is a contemporary fi ne art photographer based in San Pedro, California—a mysterious post-industrial enclave whose of f b 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_toast0431subjects, resin and mixed media, various dimensions2misc. sketches on vinyl, acrylic, resin, glitter, glue, paper, vinyl, found plastic fragments and spray paint, approximately 5 x 7"3Untitled box, acrylic, resin and stainless steel hardware, 7½ x 8 x 7" (closed)4Untitled subject, acrylic, resin, glue, paper and spray paint, 4 x 5½ x 4"What sorts of materials are you using to make these pieces? I build my larger forms out of an amalga-mation of papers, resins, acrylics, concrete, and plaster primarily. My process is restricted by the materials at hand and often I will use spoiled/damaged product to see what alchemy occurs. I am constantly introducing new variations to see how I can manipulate the surfaces I am building up and breaking down. Can you talk a bit about the overall tone of your art? Color palette, composition, etc. My process of amassing and weathering surfaces at once recalls the natural world while still being entirely alien. In dif f erent seasons my palette has been more vibrant or garish but always seems to come back to a very warm, almost bodily, place. How about the deconstructionof your art? The fi ne line between construction and deconstruction has been obscured beyond the point of recognition for me. I build up sediment only to erode it and save all the debris. I am constantly diving back into old pieces and subsuming them into entirely new forms. I will carve, peel, burn, drown and break until I encounter that little shock of wonder I learned to follow all those years ago while beachcombing as a child. Who are you inf l uenced by? Primarily, I am inf l uenced by what I read/watch and fi nd the greatest inspiration to be gleaned from mediums dif f erent from my own. I always return to the writing of Italo Calvino, Annie Dillard, Clarice Lispector. Visually, I am fascinated with the fi lms of Jan Švankmajer and David Lynch and the paintings of Allison Schulnik. What has been your greatest accomplishment? My greatest accomplishment, so far, has been the sustaining and cultivating of my studio practice day in and day out. It is a monastic practice for me and as such requires that steady, quotidian devotion. While I can enjoy the more extroverted aspects of exhibiting and community that come with being a part of the contempo-rary art world, my contentment and pride come from my days spent in the studio. What do you love about making art and what do you hope other people are able to take away from it? I am ever chasing that sense of bemuse-ment I had/have when beachcombing—I may not know the function or history of the fragments I am picking up and inspecting, and yet, all I need to know is there in their varied surfaces. These weathered and broken incandescent amal-gamations, they of f er no explanation for themselves though it is clear they have lived many, many lives before I fi nd them. I enjoy when my work elicits similar curi-osity from the viewer. Any fu...

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