AAC Issue 14

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American Art Collector #14

December 2006

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Paul Oxborough

Making each brushstroke count

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Ben Schonzeit

A world of florals

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Andrew Tift

Faces of New Mexico

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Koo Schadler

Dualities of design

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Mark Zunino

The geometry of objects

122

Peggy Everett

Celebrating St. Simons Island

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Glenn Ness

Alone in a crowd

130

Oana Lauric

Illumination through color and texture

134

Lorraine Christie

Painterly figures inspired by classical ballet

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Thomas Pradzynski

The life of a city

142

Steve Parker

Hidden beauty in the bayou

144

Susan Van Campen

The nature of simplicity

148

Rick Reinert

The story of sunlight

154

Collen Nyanhongo

Shapes from the natural world

156

Nicholas Berger

Definitive moments in time

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Jeff Horn

Capturing movement

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David Black

Moments of believability inspired by theater

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Calling Coast to Coast-Florida



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Coast to Coast Calendar



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Collectors of traditional art will find Art Miami to be the best of an ever-growing list of Miami ar



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The Edge of Realism

These Chicago collectors fill their renovated space with art that combines classical technique with a contemporary sensibility.

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USArtists: American Fine Art Show Sells $6.4 Million in Three Days.



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



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Museum Curator

The Powerful charm of home From rigid symmetry to engaging disarray, interiors is a compelling genre. By John O'Hern

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Interior Designer

It's the response to artthat makes it valuable An inside look at the collection of art advisor Lacy Davisson Doyle By Eric Cohler

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Art Consultant

Tailoring a Collection How the Oyster Harbors Club built a contemporary collection of art that reflects the history, the area and the people. By Lauren P. Della Monica

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The Moods of Mount Shasta Pasadena, CA



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Old and new favorites Atlanta, GA