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Warhol-Iday May Be Worth a Look

If you love Andy Warhol, or you’re really into Christmas, you’ll want to know about the current online sale by Christie’s auction house named “Warhol-iday.” The work that will be available for sale includes festive polaroids and seasonal illustrations. As Amelia Manderscheid, head of eCommerce for Post-War and Contemporary Art at Christie’s said, “the work is very personal…[It was] pretty… (more…)

Miami – The Place for Art in December

If you love art fairs, now is the time to come to Miami. As part of the Art Basel Miami Beach event, there will be more art events than you can imagine during the first week of December. Here is a taste of what’s coming: From December 4-7 at the Miami Beach Convention Center you can enjoy the Art Basel… (more…)

Love Quilting?

As the winter approaches and we all look for comfort, people are drawn to quilting. For more information about quilting there is a wonderful resource at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska. Visitors to the museum can see the largest publicly held quilt collection in the world. A local couple donated their 1000 piece quilt collection.… (more…)

The Art of Food

Art comes in many forms, and while many people don’t consider food an art form – it certainly is. And if you’re in the Asheville area, you can enjoy the fall food festivals and dinners that are coming our way. Asheville GreenWorks is having their second annual Root Ball at the “Boathouse” today. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30… (more…)

Enjoy the Upcoming Kings Mountain Art Fair

Nestled in one of the most beautiful locations in California, the Kings Mountain Art Fair is definitely one that you shouldn’t miss. This annual event is held on Labor Day weekend and it benefits the Kings Mountain Volunteer Fire Brigade and other community activities. It is staffed by local volunteers. It is set among the redwoods and is celebrating 50… (more…)

Northern Kentucky: A Great Summer Get-Away

Few things are as fun as the summer art festival scene. And if you haven’t been to out-of-the-way Northern Kentucky in the summer, you may actually want to give this a try. Yes, this sounds a bit out of the way, but it’s truly a delight. Here is a list of some of the amazing festivals brewing in Northern Kentucky… (more…)

Shapell Manuscript Foundation Note Expresses Reagan’s Sadness at Kennedy Assassination

June 5, 1968 was a sad day in American history. After giving his victory speech upon winning the Democratic primary in California, Robert F Kennedy took a short cut through the kitchen of the famed Ambassador Hotel. Waiting for him was Arab assassin Sirhan Sirhan, present to express his hatred of the United States in general, and Kennedy in particular.… (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…)

Don’t Miss The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival

If you’re in Texas between Saturday, April 12 and Sunday, the 13th, you simply must get to The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival. Greg Lawler’s Art Fair SourceBook (AFSB)TM has ranked the festival the number one in Texas and the number 3 in the nation at large for fine art sales. This was in comparison to 600 art fairs in the… (more…)

The La Quinta Arts Festival: Fun in the Sun

If you’re stuck in cold weather on the East Coast and you’re ready for a change, California is definitely the place to be right now. And all the more reason to be there – the 32nd La Quinta Arts Festival is coming from March 6-9. This is a lovely festival in sunny Southern California. Greg Lawler’s 2014 Art Fair SourceBook… (more…)