AAC Issue 11

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American Art Collector #11

September 2006

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Gus Heinze

The unusual viewpoints in these new photorealist urban landscape paintings set the artist apart.

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Wes Hempel

Contemporary heroes with the look and feel of historical references.

124

Jon Redmond

Distilled observations filtered down into pure form.

128

Richard Schmid

Auction for Charity to benefit Homes and Public Library Foundation.

132

Mian Situ

Chinese subjects, West Coast scenes and the beauty of Canyon de Chelly on show in Wyoming.

140

Julia O'Malley-Keyes

Classic Marine artist feels her new show contains some of her best work ever.

144

Joseph Lorusso

The engaging emotional aspects of this work will delight existing collectors and inspire new ones.

148

George Van Hook

Still life and landscape paintings exhibit same atmospheric qualities.

152

Steve Smulka

On a large scale these glass paintings become intriguing meditative abstracts.

156

Thomas C. Adkins

Major bi-annual show contains the glowing vistas that are the artist's signature.

158

Craig Nelson

Finding romance in often overlooked everyday scenes.

162

Del-Bourree Bach

Collectors will find a sense of peace in these grand paintings.

164

Dennis Hartley

Iconic barns provide commentary on man's presence in nature.

166

John Cogan

Visions of the Grand Canyon.

168

Josep Cisquella

The poetic tension of tactile surfaces make these works a sensory experience.

172

Calvin Liang

Collectors can choose from the beauty of the Southwest and the moods of the Ocean in this new San Antonio show.

178

Claudia Hartley

Arizona artist focuses on her aesthetic response in her idealized snapshots of the landscape.

180

Nikolai Dubavik

Classical Russian Impressionism on show in Wilmington.

182

Lindsay Goodwin

Savor the timeless beauty of classic figures and garden scenes in this new Santa Barbara show.

184

Marilyn Simandle

Classic impressionist architectural landscapes interpreted in a fresh, new way.

188

Lynn Gertenbach

New Laguna Beach show focuses on the grandeur and b eauty of the California coast.

192

John Funt

Simple landscapes become experiments in color and form.

24

Calling Coast to Coast

Each issue we ask leading galleries coast to coast to tell us what's hot and to identify the trends in their city.

74

Photo Essay

East Side Story We visit the hallowed halls of Hirschl and Adler

222

Sold! Who's buying whose art they first saw in this magazine.



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Interior Designer

The Eye of the Collector: Mary Jeanne Reese discusses the passion behind a life of collecting. By Eric Cohler

34

Museum Curator

The Studio as Muse, Workplace and Refuge Our columnist, respected Museum Curator, John O'Hern, gives us an enlightening peek into the studios of eight prominent artists. By John O'Hern

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Artist

Confessions of a Starving Artist In this ongoing series, you can read what life is like from an artist's viewpoint. By Harley Brown

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Milestones: Small Works by Big Artists.



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Water Street Atelier Group Exhibition.




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Contemporary expressions of a classic genre.




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The Art Lover's Guide to Collecting Fine Art in New York