Spring Masters Back in Armory from May 6-9

For serious collectors and simple art aficionados, the Spring Masters New York is an art fair with a flair. The show, which has been held for the past two years at the Park Avenue Armory, will bring back the ground-breaking hexagonal booth layout, designed by famed architect Rafael Viñoly. Also back are the over 60 exhibitors representing galleries from Canada,… (more…)

Enjoy the 33rd Annual Art in Bloom Festival

Here is something really fun and unique to enjoy. The 33rd Annual Art in Bloom festival will take place in Minneapolis, MN from April 28 – May 1. This is a four day festival of floral arrangements and fine art that is being presented by Friends of the Institute at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. It highlights the talent of… (more…)

A Feast for the Eyes: de Chirico & Phoenix Ancient Art

Certainly, anyone who was privy to be at the recent exhibit at the Helly Nahmad Gallery called “Mnemosyne: de Chirico and Antiquity,” will tell you what a fantastic experience it was. The exhibit ran through January 30th before moving to Gstaad for a short viewing. The unusual exhibit was built around 22 paintings from Giorgio de Chirico from his 1920s… (more…)

Neon Fun with MONA

Whether you’re already into neon, or you just want a new experience, the Museum of Neon Art in Los Angeles is a site to behold. Founded in 1981, the museum includes neon and electric art from artists around the world. It also has restored vintage signs from businesses around Southern California. The museum has changed locations, originally housed in downtown… (more…)

Art Palm Beach

If you’re in Palm Beach, you’ll want to be part of the Art Palm Beach event that is taking place tomorrow, Thursday January 21 through Sunday, January 24. It will take place at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach, Florida. Exhibitors include artists from Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Korea,… (more…)

Interactive Exhibit for Kids in New York

This is a lovely idea for anyone who is near Owasco, New York. Stop by the Ward W. O’Hara Agricultural and Country Living Museum and Dr. Joseph F. Karpinski Sr. Educational Center and you’ll find an exhibit called “Through a Child’s Eyes” which is displaying antique toys and an interactive station for toys for children to enjoy. It includes circus… (more…)

Spotlight on One Silversmith: Dennison Tsosie

If you haven’t heard of Dennison Tsosie, and don’t know about his beautiful silver art, you’ll want to check him out. The New York Times recently interviewed him about his craft, and it’s an article well worth reading. Tsosie hails from Alpine, Arizona. He was born on a Navajo reservation in northeastern Arizona and he learned the jewelry trade from… (more…)

Cultural Festival at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

On Saturday, November 14th and Sunday, November 15th, people gathered at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum to enjoy a cultural festival. The festival included food, basketry and cultural traditions of Native people from the Americas. The program included cooking demonstrations and tastings by Native chefs from across the US including Lois Ellen Frank, a James Beard Award winner. People learned Hopi… (more…)

The Grove Holiday Arts and Craft Faire in Chicago

The Grove Holiday Arts and Craft Faire, co-sponsored by The Grove Heritage Association and the Glenview Park District, is marking its 30th anniversary with an eight day event. The event will support the Grove, a 143 acre nature and historic landmark site and outdoor history musuem. As Grove Program Supervisor Kris Van Voorhis said, “Coming to The Grove Arts and… (more…)

PAD London Exhibits a Treasure Trove of Fine and Decorative Art

The Pavilion of Art and Design, more often referred to as PAD, has been thrilling art collectors and interior designers with its eclectic mix of fine art and decorative art since its founding in 2007. This popular art fair takes place each year in the month of October in Berkeley Square, in the heart of London’s Mayfair district. This year… (more…)