Category Archives: art galleries

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…)

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…)

A Great Activity for Mother’s Day

Here is a great idea for Mother’s Day. If you’re in St. Louis, Missouri you can enjoy the 28th Annual Art Fair at Laumeier Sculpture Park at 12580 Rott Road. The event will take place from May 8-10 and admission costs $10 for ages 12 and up. It’s only $5 for little guys, and under five is free. The fair… (more…)

NY Ceramics and Glass Fair

The NY Ceramics and Glass Fair is definitely worth enjoying. It is taking place at the UES’s Bohemian National Hall from January 21-25 at 321 East 73rd Street. The opening night preview on Tuesday, January 20th will start the kick off. This year’s fair is the 16th annual show and includes works from 30 galleries. These include pieces from leaders… (more…)

Art of the Brick Comes to Boston

Run, don’t walk, to enjoy ‘The Art of the Brick.’ This exhibit is touring the world and has now arrived at the Faneuil Hall Museum in Quincy Market. Created by NYC-based artist Nathan Sawaya, the exhibit features art that is made…as you might have predicted….out of Lego. Sawaya’s sculptures use Lego bricks to bring all sorts of designs to life.… (more…)

Affordable Art Fair Coming to NYC

The Affordable Art Fair started in 1999 when Will Ramsay wanted to bring art to the people without a huge price tag. At Will’s Art Warehouse in southwest London, he started bringing in unknown artists so that he could offer works from $100 to $5000. The first fair launched in Battersea Park in October of 1999 and 10,000 people too… (more…)

Mt. Mitchell Crafts Fair

If you happen to be around Burnsville on August 1 and 2, it is definitely worth the time to enjoy the Mount Mitchell Crafts Fair. More than 150 juried crafters display their wares in this angelic town square. Burnsville is 35 miles northeast of Asheville near Mt. Mitchell. The annual show includes work by artisans throughout the Blue Ridge Mountains… (more…)

RiNo: A Place to See in Denver

Denver, Colorado and the surrounding area is a great summer destination. It’s also beautiful in the winter and perfect for a ski holiday. But the summer is the time to enjoy all sorts of outdoor activities offered in Denver. If you’ve never been to RiNo, an artsy district just north of Downtown Denver, it’s time to go. Here, you’ll find… (more…)

Lower East Side Art Fair: cutlog

New Yorkers who love art and the Lower East Side should get themselves to cutlog from May 8-11, 2014. The art fair includes 50 galleries and curators and the events will include performances, talks, films, art, installations and more. As the website explained, “cutlog NY will focus on showing cutting-edge and established galleries that promote the work of contemporary artists.… (more…)

First Thursday Seattle

If you’re planning to be in Seattle over New Year’s Eve, there are so many things to do. One that you might not have previously considered is the First Thursday Seattle Art Walk. You can catch it on January 2, 2014 and have an incredible time enjoying this long-standing event. The Art Walk concept has popped up all over America,… (more…)