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Collector's Focus: Florals & Botanicals
In March, American Art Collector will showcase its 8th annual Florals & Botanicals special feature. These unique works capture the fleeting beauty and delicacy of flowers, luscious gardens and still lifes. From wildflowers and irises to lilies and succulents, there are countless shapes, colors and designs to capture on canvas or in clay. This special feature will include fresh floral and botanical works by some of today’s leading artists as well as information on the galleries that represent them.
The Art Lover's Guide to Collecting Fine Art in Colorado
American Art Collector invites you to join us in our third edition of the Art Lover's Guide to Collecting Fine Art in Colorado. This section will include top galleries and museums, as well as emerging through established artists from across the state. We will provide in-depth information on major exhibitions, annual events and art fairs, allowing collectors to have up to date information on all the happenings. Featured are must-visit art collecting destinations around the state, including Denver, Colorado Springs, Boulder and Aspen.
The Art Lover's Guide to Washington, D.C. & the Mid-Atlantic States
Washington, D.C., and the Mid-Atlantic States are must-see art destinations brimming with world-class museums, galleries and art fairs featuring local, regional and national artists. American Art Collector’s 11th annual Art Lover’s Guide to Collecting Fine Art in Washington D.C., & Mid-Atlantic States will showcase this region and its countless art districts stretching from D.C.’s 14th Street; Richmond, Middleburg, and Alexandria, Virginia; Snow Hill, Havre de Grace, and Annapolis, Maryland; to states such as Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey. Don’t miss the chance to put yourself on the map in our feature dedicated to this high-traffic historical region.