AAC Issue 5

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American Art Collector #5

March 2006

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70

William Bartlett

Bartlett's first solo exhibition in San Francisco will feature his expressive still life paintings.

72

Zhao Kailin

Chinese artist's soulful paintings create bridge between East and West.

76

Sean Cheetham

Cheetham combines classical technique with contemporary subject matter for his new Pasadena exhibit.

80

Gil Dellinger

Dellinger has always been fascinated by light and its effect on color and textures.

84

Adam Forfang

New still life paintings give Forfang a chance to express the mystery that he finds around the edges of objects.

88

Molly Schmid

Schmid creates works of art that express her own gratitude and unique vision for life.

94

Robert Terry & Charles Jarboe

Two unique visions of New York City.

98

Ron Hicks

Ron Hicks presents “One Night at Bootsy's”

102

Jane DeDecker

DeDecker's new sculptures find a way to celebrate humanity's physical and emotional experiences.

106

Thomas Connolly

Connolly uses sensual combination of colors to create new emotive cityscapes of New York.

110

Linda Christensen

Christensen's solitary women suggest a variety of emotions and psychological dramas.

114

Amy Weiskopf

Colorful still life paintings are meant to create a complete visual experience that brings to focus the pleasure of looking.

116

Margaret Gerding

Gerding finds inspiration in her home of New England and the skies of New Mexico.

120

Eric Zener

New paintings of swimmers give Zener a chance to represent life's journeys and discoveries.

130

Linda St. Clair

St. Clair's expressionistic paintings of domestic animals resonates with her collectors.

132

Judith Pond Kudlow

Kudlow's fascination with fabric inspired her new show in Georgia.

136

Sandy Proctor

Hilton Head exhibition gives rare chance to purchase Proctor's works in bronze.

154

Ed Mell

Mell's styles of painting landscapes: realism and abstracted distillations that follow the Modernist tradition.

158

Robert LaDuke

Robert LaDuke's playful images appeal on many levels.

162

Gail Morris

Traditional landscapes distilled into emotional and expressive responses to recognizable places.

166

Pamela Nelson

Nelson's acrylic and collage work is inspired by her ideas of duality.

168

Noe Cervantes

Collectors are continually drawn to Cervantes' expressionistic Latin style paintings.

170

Lawrence Gipe

Two shows in Arizona.

174

Gary David Hoffmann

Continuing the heritage and traditions of the Boston School.

182

Brandon Smith

Grace and beauty mix with social realism.

184

Joan Barber

Barber's female figures persevere through awkward moments and difficult social situations.

148

Elmer Schooley

A 90 Year Celebration and Retrospective.

34

Art Consultant

Making important works of art look right at home Go for the personal touch in your home. By Aldo Castillo

40

Museum Curator

John O'Hern discusses new trends in contemporary figure painting. By John O'Hern

44

Art Design Consultant

Saving the old, adding the new. Eric Cohler, one of the leading designers in the U.S., talks about the challenges in placing art in a newly restored home. By Eric Cohler

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Confessions of a Starving Artist

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

92

Spring Invitational

on Show in South Pasadena

124

Three Artists, Three Friends

on Show in Bar Harbor

128

Edge of the Water

on Show in Annapolis

138

Wet Paint

on Show in Charleston

142

Stars on show

3rd Annual Spring Invitational in Atlanta

146

Drawings

on Show in Charleston

176

Russian Impressionists

on Show in San Antonio

188

L.A. Art Show

Wrap-Up