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内容提示: PREVIEWS OF WORKS FOR SALE AT UPCOMING SHOWS COAST TO COAST O C T O B E R 2 0 1 9 I S S U E 1 6 8AMERICANC O L L E C T O R New Paintings, October 25 – November 16, 2019Artist Reception: Friday, October 25th from 5 – 7 pmRIMI YANG544 South Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501 | 505.954.9902 | www.blueraingallery.comSound of Joy (detail), oil on canvas, 60" h x 48" w 39 East Colorado Blvd.Pasadena, CA 91105(626) 486-2018 © 2019 Arcadia Contemporarywww.arcadiacontemporary.cominfo@arcadiacontemporar...

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PREVIEWS OF WORKS FOR SALE AT UPCOMING SHOWS COAST TO COAST O C T O B E R 2 0 1 9 I S S U E 1 6 8AMERICANC O L L E C T O R New Paintings, October 25 – November 16, 2019Artist Reception: Friday, October 25th from 5 – 7 pmRIMI YANG544 South Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501 | 505.954.9902 | www.blueraingallery.comSound of Joy (detail), oil on canvas, 60" h x 48" w 39 East Colorado Blvd.Pasadena, CA 91105(626) 486-2018 © 2019 Arcadia Contemporarywww.arcadiacontemporary.cominfo@arcadiacontemporary.com “Three” Oil on Canvas 23.5" x 34.5"October 26 - November 16, 2019ARCADIA CONTEMPORARYPresents the U.S. Debut Exhibition forALEX RUSSELL FLINT 39 East Colorado Blvd.Pasadena, CA 91105(626) 486-2018 © 2019 Arcadia Contemporarywww.arcadiacontemporary.cominfo@arcadiacontemporary.com “Descending” Oil on Canvas 29.5" x 19.5"ARCADIA CONTEMPORARYPresents the U.S. Debut Exhibition forALEX RUSSELL FLINTOctober 26 - November 16, 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.comOCTOBER 2019 / MONTHLYON THE COVERLucas Bononi, Aptekareva, acrylic on panel, 48 x 24". On view at Haynes Galleries, Franklin, TN.Happy DaysWe feel like we’ve just been handed to keys to a brand-new car. It’s the same level of excitement, to be honest. But, for us, what we’ve been handed is access to our new website. Before I get into it, let me give you a little background. Since we started this magazine 15 years ago, it has been our goal to connect the best and most active collectors across the country to the best galleries showing the best artists each and every month. This is what motivated us to start this magazine in the fi rst place and it is still what motivates us to continue publishing it today.Also, it’s important to point out that we love galleries. We love the idea of galleries and we love thinking of new ways to get collectors through their doors, whether that is a real door or a virtual one. When galleries started to tell us several years ago that more and more people were comfortable with buying art online, we starting thinking of ways we can improve this process. Make it easier for both galleries and collectors to fi nd one another.That is what led us to create our new website including our new online exhibition spaces. From now on, not only will you be able to read every single article straight of f our website, but you will also be able to peruse and purchase directly from a gallery’s inventory. How do you do that, you ask?Well, every print ad in the magazine now gets a space online where they can upload up to 20 paintings from their inventory. You can fi nd these down the right-hand side of the website. You will see the gallery ad and under it is a camera with a number next to it. This number stands for the amount of paintings the gallery has uploaded to this new space. These can be viewed by anyone who visits our site. Further, if you are interested in the work, just click the inquire button and email the gallery owner directly. All galleries will also have the ability to upload new inventory, mark paintings as sold and provide little descriptions or stories about each piece. Try it out now and tell us what you think! We believe this will help collectors fi nd the art they are looking for! Sincerely,Joshua Rose EditorP.S. As is this case with all new products, we are excited to hear from you, the user, as to what you think of this new service. Please email me directly at editor@americanartcollector.com with any feedback you may have. Like everything else, we are always trying to make your art buying experiences easier and better by providing access to the best work coming to market today! M IGUEL P EIDRO “Alpine Splendor,” Oil on Canvas, 32 x 32”900 N ORTH M ICHIGAN A VE . L EVEL 6, C HICAGO , IL 60611(312) 664-6203WWW.LOTTONGALLERY.COM M IGUEL P EIDRO ????????????????????????????????????????900 N ORTH M ICHIGAN A VE . L EVEL 6, C HICAGO , IL 60611(312) 664-6203WWW.LOTTONGALLERY.COM Type to enter textHAYNES GALLERIES PRESENTS THE ART RENEWAL CENTER COLLABORATIVE EXHIBITIONINQUIRIES: GARYHAYNES@HAYNESGALLERIES.COM OR PHONE 615.430.8147 OR 615.312.7000. HAYNESGALLERIES.COM. H A Y N E S G A L L E R I E SFRANKLIN, TENNESSEEOCTOBER 10 — NOVEMBER 30, 2019 THE MAGIC OF REALISMFEATURING NINE ART RENEWAL CENTER AWARD WINNING ARTISTS BRYONY BENSLY LUCAS BONONI ANASTASIA FIRENZE MARK HEINE RON HICKS JONATHAN HODGE LUCIA HEFFERMAN MARK LARSON SOOKYI LEE JONATHAN HODGERON HICKS LUCIA HEFFERMANSOOKYI LEEMARK LARSON LUCAS BONONI MARK HEINEANASTASIA FIRENZEBRYONY BENSLY S F F A L L S H O W . O R GT H E A N N U A L B E N E F I T F O R E N T E R P R I S E F O R Y O U T HNEW DATES:OCT 3-6, 2019F I N D T H E P E R F E C T P I E C E A T T H I S Y E A R ’ S S H O W ROBERT C. JACKSONOFFBEATOCTOBER 24  NOVEMBER 16, 2019555 WEST 25TH STREET l NEW YORK, NY917.305.0003 l WWW.GALLERYHENOCH.COM GALLERY HENOCH Constructing, Oil on Linen, 40” x 30” 102Charleston, SCMIA BERGERONChain Reaction104Pasadena, CAALEX RUSSELL FLINTRef l ective Moments106Portland, MEJEFF BYEUrban Decay108Santa Fe, NMALBERTO GÁLVEZClassic Portraits110New York, NYDANIEL MAIDMANAn Unknown Man112Stone Ridge, NYMARTIN WITTFOOTHSeasonal Shift114Los Angeles, CAJANA BRIKESearching Within116Santa Fe, NMRIMI YANGPlayful Abstraction118Madison, CTVINCENT GIARRANOCity Scenes120New York, NYKAREN WOODSThe Passenger’s Perspective50OCTOBER 2019ARIZONA• ScottsdaleCALIFORNIA• Los Angeles• PasadenaCONNECTICUT• MadisonILLINOIS• ChicagoMAINE• PortlandNEW YORK• Bridgehampton• New York• Northport• Stone RidgeONTAIRO• KingstonSOUTH CAROLINA• CharlestonTENNESSEE• Park CityUTAH• Park CityVIRGINIA• Alexandria014 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 SSWEATER WEATHER 72Collector’s Focus: Visions of the FallHIT THE ROAD 80Collector’s Focus: Planes, Trains & AutomobilesTHE ART LOVER’S 84 GUIDE TO COLLECTING FINE ART IN CHARLESTONINTERNATIONAL GUILD 91 OF REALISM’S 14 TH ANNUAL JURIED EXHIBITIONF E AT U R E SCONNECTING TO 50 THE STORYBy John O’HernCINEMATIC EXPERIENCES 56By Rochelle BelsitoROBERT C. JACKSON: 62 COMEDY & TRAGEDYBy John O’HernALEAH CHAPIN: 68 OVER THE EDGEBy Taylor TranstrumD E PA R T M E N T SCALENDAR 34ART NEWS 36VISUAL FEAST 40ART FAIR PREVIEWS 42, 44ART SHOW PREVIEW 46ART SHOW REPORT 148ARTIST FOCUS PAGES 150AWARD WINNER 158Have 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.122Los Angeles, CADANNY GALIEOTETimeless Subjects124Northport, NYGUSTAVO RIMADAColorful Heritage126New York, NYJESSICA DUNEGANHealing Through Nature128Kingston, ONEVELYN RAPINThe Nature of Art130Scottsdale, AZCATHRINE EDLINGER-KUNZEDream Path132Chicago, ILMIGUEL PEIDROAutumn’s Hues136Bridgehamtpon, NYSMALL-SCALE SELECTIONSAnnual BIG ART small canvas exhibition138Franklin, TNTHE MAGIC OF REALISMARC Salon show140Alexandria, VAPAULA RUBINO & LOUISE FENNE Shared Connections142Santa Fe, NMDOUGLAS AAGARD & LIZ WOLFNature’s Calling144Park City, UTCROSS COUNTRYNOAPS’ Best of America146Franklin, TNRURAL CHARMPlein Air Painters of the Southeast68015 The premier showcase for talentedemerging and mid-career artists!October 24–27, 2019FineArtBoston.comNow including23rd ANNUALBOSTON INTERNATIONALFINE ART SHOWThe Cyclorama,At the Boston Center for the ArtsCredits: (Top to Bottom, Left to Right): Stanka Kordic,“Boundless”, oil on linen, Bowersock Gallery; ThomasDarsney, “Iris Apfel”, oil on canvas; Michele KortbawiWilk,“The Final Bow”, oil and silver leaf on canvas,Principle Gallery; Scott J. Morgan, “Turning Away”,oil on canvas; Patricia Busso, “Abstract Trees”,encaustic and collage on wood; Richard Neal“Alright”, oil, cloth, rope and canvas on panel,Miller White Fine Arts; Fabiana Walsh, “Golden Tree”,acrylic on canvas; Karen O’Neil, “Lemon Pie andTea”, oil on linen, Edgewater Gallery.Produced by Fusco & Four/Ventures, LLC617-363-0405 www. BostonArtFairs.comFull day of programs & eventsFriday October 25 • 1 - 8pmComplimentary admission at:BifasEmerge.Eventbrite.comMedia Sponsor: “ SKY I” 12 x 12, oil on linen “ SKY II” 12 x 12, oil on linen “ SKY III” 12 x 12, oil on linen “ SKY IV” 12 x 12, oil on linen “ SKY V” 12 x 12, oil on linen“ LADY OF THE SYCAMORE” 80x48 , oil on linen Carin Wagner Fine Artwww.carinwagnerf i neart.com | wf i neart5@gmail.com Vincent GiarranoC I T Y S C E N E SOCTOBER 4 TO NOVEMBER 92019OpeningReceptionFridayOctober 45-8 pm 679 Boston Post Rd., Madison, CT 06443 203.318.0616 email: susanpowellfineart@gmail.comView works at: www.susanpowellfineart.comSusan Powell Fine ArtAt the Patisserie in Tribeca Oil, 18 x 24”Julie in the Lower East Side Oil, 24 x 36” KAREN BURNS“Copper and Orange Slices”, oils on panel, 12”x16”www.karenburnsphoto.com | Karen@KarenBurnsPhoto.com @KarenBurnsPhoto CATHRINE EDLINGER-KUNZEOctober 24 - November 7, 20197103 East Main StreetScottsdale, Arizona 85251Telephone 480.596.9533paulscottgallery.com October 10Ñ13, 2019George R. Brown Convention Center Houston, TXtxcontemporary.comImage courtesy of the artist and Steidel Contemporary (530) 903-1961 | randy@honerlahfineart.com | www.honerlahfineart.comRANDY HONERLAHRandy Honerlah, Sierra Song, acrylic, 60 x 48” Waterhouse GalleryExhibition of New Paintings ?pens October 19th 2019See Exhibition Online @ www.waterhousegallery.comOvanes Berberian“Carpinteria Meadows” 20 x 24 Original Oil painting by Ovanes BerberianArtist Reception Saturday October 19th 4:00 - 7:00pmWaterhouse Gallery 1114 State Steet, Suite 9, Santa Barbara, CA 93101805-962-8885email art@waterhousegallery.com ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????!???&???’?(??)???*?+Ebrahim AminJoe Anna ArnettSuzie BakerCindy BaronCarl BretzkeJohn BudicinBill DavidsonRick J. DelantyJennifer DiehlAimee EricksonCarole Gray-WeihmanDan GrazianoJane HuntCalvin LiangDaniel MarshallDavid MartyJim Mc VickerJudd MercerTerry MiuraDan MondlochMichael Obermeyer?Kathie Odom?????????????Anthony Salvo?Patrick Saunders?Aaron Schuerr?Michael Situ?Michele Usibelli?Jim Wodark?Vladislav Yeliseyev??????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? !????? !???????????????????????????????????"????????#?????????????$??%??????$!?? !???????????????????????????????????????????????????&?’?’?’????(?????????????????$ ?$!??????)???????????????????????????????????????????????????’,-2?-? *5*3-?-2"6*-???3??’&*?3?78??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????"*&*+,’-*?-.*?&*?’"/0?+*??’,-??1?-.*?-,’?2-2?34??????? ?!????"#??"??$?????#??%???3??,?SWIMM ARTWORKSYvonne Boseker / Toni & Steve Kellenberg / Dave & Lynn Rahn / Melanie Froysaa & Dave Hussey / Sandy Sewell / Linda & Garrett Pack 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.7Scan 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.A view of a previous Boston International Fine Art Show. Courtesy Robert Four.SAN DIEGO, CASAN DIEGO WATERCOLOR SOCIETY ART GALLERYSan Diego Watercolor Society 39 th International ExhibitionThe San Diego Watercolor Society holds its 39 th annual exhibition featuring works by artists from around the world working in the medium of watercolor.www.sdws.org Through October 31SAN FRANCISCO, CAFESTIVAL PAVILIONThe San Francisco Fall ShowFounded in 1981, the always anticipated San Francisco Fall Show is one of the top international art, antiques and design fairs on the West Coast.www.sffallshow.orgThrough October 6LAGUNA BEACH, CALAGUNA BEACH FESTIVAL OF THE ARTSLaguna Beach Plein Air Painting InvitationalThe non-prof i t Laguna Plein Air Painters Association hosts its yearly invitational, celebrating the traditional of plein air painting in Laguna Beach, California, for its 21 st year.www.lpapa.orgThrough October 13HOUSTON, TXGEORGE R. BROWN CONVENTION CENTERTexas ContemporaryArt Market Productions’ annual Texas Contemporary returns to Houston for its eighth year with 75 exhibitors dealing in modern art.www.txcontemporary.comThrough October 13NEW YORK, NYSOUTH OF HUDSON YARDSClio Art Fair“Clio” is derived from a Greek root word meaning “to celebrate” or “to make famous.” Clio Art Fair focuses its attention on celebrating contemporary art created by independent artists without any exclusive NYC gallery representation.www.clioartfair.comThrough October 13LEIPER’S FORK, TNLEIPER’S FORK AREAPAPSE Paint Out 2019The Plein Air Painters of the Southeast gather together again to paint Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee, and the surrounding area in plein air. The six-day event is hosted by Leiper’s Creek Gallery.www.pap-se.comThrough October 19SAN ANGELO, TXSAN ANGELO MUSEUM OF FINE ARTSEn Plein Air TexasAttendees can watch as 34 nationally recognized plein air artists paint the diverse terrain of the San Angelo area.www.enpleinairtexas.comThrough October 27NEW YORK, NYMUSEUM OF MODERN ARTBetye Saar: The Legends of Black Girl’s WindowThe MoMA hosts a solo exhibition for legendary contemporary artist Saar.www.moma.orgThrough January 4, 2020NEW YORK, NYMUSEUM OF MODERN ARTmember: Pope.L, 1978–2001An exhibition at MoMA explores 13 career-def i ning performances by multidisciplinary artist Pope.L.www.moma.orgThrough February 1, 2020NEW YORK, NYRIVER PAVILION JAVITS CENTERFine Art Print FairThe International Fine Art Print Dealers Association’s largest fair dedicated to fi ne art prints returns to New York City with dealers like David Tunick, Inc. and Gemini G.E.L.www.printfair.comThrough October 27OCT2019135101419212324BOSTON, MATHE CYCLORAMABoston International Fine Art ShowOne of the top art shows in the New England region, BIFAS shows both historic and contem-porary fi ne art from some of the foremost galleries and dealers. www.fineartboston.comThrough October 27 LOST ANIMAL HISTORYOctober 3 - October 26Reception - Thursday, October 3, 7:00 - 9:00 PM“Egg Warmers” Collage: pencil, color pencil, aqua-media on paper, 28.5 x 32cityfolkgallery.com | 717.393.8807 | @cityfolkgallery | CityFolk GalleryCITYFOLK GALLERY | 146 NORTH PRINCE STREET | LANCASTER, PA 17603ROBERT A. NELSONb. 1925 036 www.AmericanArtCollector.com NEWSMuseum of Modern Art reopens This October 21, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City reopens with an expansion of more than 40,000 square feet of gallery space, a transformation that opens up new possibilities for museum programming. Part of the focus is allowing for more voices and perspectives to be represented in artistic spaces. For instance, in the fi fth-, fourth- and second-f l oor galleries, including the new David Gef f en Wing, visitors can explore shows where contemporary art is blended with early masterpieces, and mediums like painting and performance are put side by side. Galleries will change seasonally, aiming to highlight work by artists from more diverse backgrounds and geographies.An exterior view of The Museum of Modern Art on 53 rd Street. © 2017 Diller Scof i dio + Renfro.Dark Rooms, Solid LightThe fi rst solo exhibition in North America will be held for artist Anthony McCall, known for his “solid light” installations, at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buf f alo, New York. McCall’s mesmerizing light installations stretch beyond the limits of what is typically imagined when thinking about sculpture, cinema and drawing, creating unforgettable interactive experiences. The exhibition will be on view through November 3.Anthony McCall, Between You and I, 2006. Installation view, Peer/The Round Chapel, London, 2006.Betye Saar at MoMABetye Saar: The Legends of Black Girl’s Window explores the deep ties between the artist’s iconic autobiographical assemblage Black Girl’s Window, 1969, and her rare, early prints made during the 1960s. The solo exhibition is on view at the Museum of Modern Art from October 21 through January 4, 2020, and highlights the recent acquisition of 42 works on paper that give viewers insight into Saar’s sophisticated, experimental print practice. Betye Saar holding Black Girl’s Window at her Laurel Canyon studio in Los Angeles, California, 1970. Courtesy of the artist and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles, California. Photo by Bob Nakamura. © 2019 Betye Saar. 038 www.AmericanArtCollector.com NEWSA major saleAmerican fantasy and science-f i ction artist Frank Frazetta’s oil Egyptian Queen sold for a staggering $5.4 million at Heritage Auctions’ Comics & Comic Art Signature Auction on May 16 to 18. Frazetta, born in Brooklyn, New York, was known primarily for his work in comic books, book covers, paintings, posters, album covers and other media. Hurricane WavesFrom November 5 to March 1, 2020, the Boca Raton Museum of Art in Florida will hold a major showcase of the photography of Clif f ord Ross, including an installation of large-scale photographs from his Hurricane Wave series, in which the artist captured the surf during extreme weather conditions. Also included in the show is an abstract installation of wood panels that Ross has printed waves onto. Clif f ord Ross, Hurricane LXIII, 2009, archival pigment print. © Clif f ord Ross. Courtesy of the artist and Ryan Lee Gallery.Frank Frazetta, Egyptian Queen, 1969, oil on canvas, 20 x 26". SOLD: $5.4 millionChihuly Glass ArtThe mystical glass art of artist Dale Chihuly—almost alien in nature—is on view in an exhibition at Schantz Galleries in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. The Tacoma, Washington-born artist, essentially a household name in the Pacif i c Northwest, has been featured in national and international exhibitions for decades, his work represented in more than 200 museum collections. The show at Schantz Galleries runs through September 22., VISUAL FEAST040 www.AmericanArtCollector.com Gail Potocki: Giver and TakerFinding beauty within the darkness is a theme that runs throughout Gail Potocki’s symbolist paintings. Using a strong female fi gure as the protagonist, her “subjects are led into temptation and made to pay for the mistakes of all mankind; absorbing the world’s transgressions, folding punishment into fl esh,” explains Galerie Fledermaus, which represents the artist. Giver and Taker is a prime example of these dichotomies. The painting is included in Potocki’s hardcover book The Union of Hope and Sadness. 041Giver and Taker, oil on canvas, 44 x 56". Courtesy Galerie Fledermaus. 042 FAIR PREVIEWFor the past 22 years, the Boston International Fine Art Show has been one of the mainstay fairs for modern, contemporary and historic works of art. Every year, thousands of visitors head through the doors of The Cyclorama at Boston Center for the Arts to view exhi-bitions curated by 40 galleries from the United States and Europe. This year’s show, held October 24 to 27, adds the contempo-rary art section “Emerge,” dedicated to individual artists and galleries specializing in emerging and mid-career artists.Leading the Emerge section is Principle Gallery, which has locations in Alexandria, Virginia, and Charleston, South Carolina, with work by artists such as Michele Kortbawi Wilk and Kim VanDerHoek on display. Edgewater Gallery also will exhibit in the section with pieces from still life artists Kim Alemian and Karen O’Neil among its highlights. Individual artists selected to participate are Anna Thurber, Eveline Luppi, Scott J. Morgan, Patricia Busso, Fabiana Walsh and Michael J. Murray. As part of the main fair will be exhibitions from Avery Galleries, Bowersock Gallery, Martha Richardson Fine Art, Miller White Fine Arts, Questroyal Fine Art, Renjeau Galleries and Thomas Darsney Fine Art.To kick of f the festivities is the annual gala preview on October 24 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. VIP sneak preview ticketholders are given access at 5:30 p.m. to be among the fi rst to view the show and purchase works, while an hour later, at 6:30 p.m., the preview party begins. Throughout the opening, visitors can interact with the exhibitors to learn more about the pieces on display in a lively atmosphere that includes food, wine and live music.Along with the artwork on view, Boston International Fine Art Show presents a Expanded Of f eringsThe Boston International Fine Art Show returns for its 23 rd edition at The Cyclorama.BOSTON INTERNATIONAL FINE ART SHOWWhen: October 24-27, 2019; October 24, 5:30-8:30 p.m., gala previewWhere: The Cyclorama, Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116Information: (617) 363-0405, www.f i neartboston.com12 043 ART FAIR PREVIEWslate of special programs throughout the weekend, including an annual talk from American Art Collector editor Joshua Rose. This year, on Friday, October 25, will be a full day of programing dedicated to the Emerge section.BIFAS will be open October 25 from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.; October 26 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and October 27 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $15 at the door or in advanced, with children under the age of 12 admitted for free with parent or guardian. 1The 23 rd annual Boston International Fine Art Show returns to The Cyclorama.2Sydney Edmunds, Birches, oil on canvas, 60 x 40". Courtesy Renjeau Gallery.3Michele Kortbawi Wilk, The Final Bow, oil and silver leaf on canvas, 48 x 48". Courtesy Principle Gallery.4Kim VanDerHoek, Burning Bright, oil on panel, 24 x 36". Courtesy Principle Gallery.5Julie Beck, A Vessel with Two Hands, oil on canvas/panel, 36 x 24". Courtesy Bowersock Gallery.35 4 044 www.AmericanArtCollector.com FAIR PREVIEWThe eighth edition of Texas Contemporary returns October 10 to 13 with more than 70 top dealers and galleries, both local and international, showcasing some of the most exciting modern and contemporary art available today. One of the leading art fairs in the region, Texas Contemporary brings to the Houston area’s discerning collector base galleries like Arcadia Contemporary, Art Unif i ed, Blue Gallery, ArtStac, K. Imperial Fine Art, IMAGO Art Gallery, Steidel Contemporary and many others. Collectors can browse a wide range of styles, including contempo-rary realism as well as works that lean more toward the abstract.While browsing the plethora of booths throughout the George R. Brown Convention Center, where the event is held, visitors can see works by artists like Julio Reyes, Joshua Green, Jef f rey Chong Wang, Johan Andersson, Denis Sarazhin and Michael Rich, to name a few. This year the fair will also have a section geared toward design titled Focus: Design, which engages Houston’s extensive interior design and art advisory network. The fair will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday. An opening night preview, which benef i ts the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, will take place on Thursday, October 10, from 6 to 10 p.m. Hot in HoustonTexas Contemporary returns to Houston for its eighth year of celebrating contemporary art.TEXAS CONTEMPORARYWhen: October 11-13, 2019; October 10, 6-10 p.m., Opening Night PreviewWhere: George R. Brown Convention Center, 1001 Avenida De Las Americas, Houston, TX 77010Information: www.txcontemporary.com1A glimpse of the 2018 Texas Contemporary.2Joshua Green, Solar Bliss, oil on panel, 36 x 48". Courtesy the artist and Arcadia Contemporary.3Johan Andersson, Bubble Gum, oil on canvas, 84 x 74". Courtesy the artist and Art Unif i ed.12 3 Studio by appointment only 121 Palm Cove Way, Mount Pleasant, SC ? 843.743.1436Gallery Representation Lowcountry Artists Gallery ? Charleston, SC ? 843.577.9295 Harbor Gallery ? Rowayton, CT ? 203.321.6202/fercaggiano/fercaggianoartwww.fercaggiano.comAward Winning Artist. Brazilian by Birth, Charleston by Heart. Oil Paintings, Watercolors, Giclee Prints and MoreFER CAGGIANOfeatured show by Fer Caggianoinspired by her Brazilian upbringingReception:September 6th | 5-8 p.m.at Lowcountry Artists Gallery148 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC“Saudade”???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? 046 www.AmericanArtCollector.com1Artists create works on the scene at the 2018 Quick Draw event.2Young artists gained inspiration and experience at last year’s Kids Paint Out.3Kathie Odom, Borrowed Time, oil on linen, 10 x 16"Just over a century ago, in 1918, the Laguna Beach Art Association was established as was Laguna Beach’s fi rst art gallery—opened by artists such as Edgar Payne, William Wendt, Frank Cuprien and Anna Hills. Honoring their legacy is the Laguna Plein Air Painters Association’s Laguna Beach Plein Air Painting Invitational, which returns for its 21 st anniversary this October. With events and exhibitions taking place all around town, the nine-day event of f ers a unique opportunity for artists and art lovers alike to soak up some inspiration while also enjoying the salty ocean air. Participating artists include Kathie Odom, Michele Usibelli, Calvin Liang, Bill Davidson, Ebrahim Amin, Aimee Erickson, Carole Gray-Weihman, Jim McVicker and more. Among the works that will be exhibited at the event is Odom’s Borrowed Time. The plein air enthusiast painted the work while attending the Oil Painters of America’s annual convention in Utah this past May. “On my free day I made plans to paint a full day in Zion National Park,” she says. “Before arriving, this scene caught my eye, but I kept driving toward the park anyway. But on my return to Saint George, I saw it again and [had to] paint it!”In addition to special exhibitions throughout the duration of the Laguna Beach Plein Air Painting Invitational, several other festivities will take place. Kicking of f the celebrations is the Warm-Up Paint Out & Mini Workshops at Treasure Island Park on October 5 from 2 to 5 p.m. The next day is packed with activities, including the Quick Draw Paint Out from 2 to 4 p.m., a Meet & Greet Artist Reception from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., and the Quick Draw Painting Auction from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Laguna Festival of Arts pavilion. Starting October 7, and continuing throughout the week, 30 artists will paint Laguna Beach and surrounding areas. Concluding the week is the Collectors’ Gala & Art Show Premiere on October 12 from 7 to 10:30 p.m. and the Public Art Show & Sale on October 13 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 21 ST ANNUAL LAGUNA BEACH PLEIN AIR PAINTING INVITATIONALWhen: October 5-13, 2019Where: Laguna Beach, CAInformation: www.lpapa.orgOcean ViewsThe Laguna Plein Air Painters Association goes shoreside for its 21 st annual invitational. SHOW PREVIEW123 Bryan Mark Taylor Jennifer McChristian Tapestries of TravelBRYAN MARK TAYLOR Village of the Loire Valley 24 x 36" Oil on PanelT wo of the most exciting painters in North America are joining together to create a special new exhibition at Pacif i c Edge Gallery in Laguna Beach this October. Featuring new oils from their recent painting trips, “Tapestries of Travel” will feature the award winning talents of both a...

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