AAC Issue 8

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American Art Collector #8

June 2006

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126

Ray Ellis

30 years of painting Martha's Vineyard from a master.

132

Joseph Todorovitch

Collectors will respond to this young artist's emotional messages.

138

Tony Curanaj

Time-consuming still lifes offer room to explore the technical aspects of painting.

142

Teun Hocks

Hand painted, aluminum backed photograhps will fascinate collectors.

146

Tessa Mecham

Vibrant, symbolic works will intrigue collectors in Laguna Beach.

150

Stephen Magsig

Collectors will respond to nostalgic glimpses of Los Angeles.

154

Scott Cameron

Simplistic elements in theatrical compositions dignify disappearing landscapes.

158

Peter Waite

Large scale acrylics hint at the loneliness of empty public spaces.

162

Peter Kalill

Master artist takes a fresh look at a traditional style of painting.

166

Miriam Briks

Collectors will respond to works that offer relief from the roar of the world.

168

Alan Gerson

Trompe L'oeil works lampoon the legal profession.

170

Michael Flohr

Artist will please buyers with a new collection of colorful impressionist vintage bar paintings.

174

Mary Silverwood

Color-packed pastels are a change of pace for veteran artist.

176

Louis Guarnaccia

Nantucket Opera House Cup Aficionados eagerly await Guarnaccia's newest works.

180

Kent Wallis

Truth, beauty and a spiritual quality mark this Hilton Head show.

182

Jie-Wei Zhou

Fascinating glimpses of different cultures on show in Santa Fe.

186

Greg Miller

Fascinating mixed media collages of a vintage past.

190

David Knowlton

Iconic Midwestern barns show the beauty in structure.

192

Timur Tsaku and Dan Griggs

Santa Fe show offers two different takes on Contemporary figurative work.

196

Christina Chalmers

Symbolic paintings will evoke a spiritual response in collectors.

198

Christel Minotti

Tablescapes combine still life with landscape and interior elements.

200

Brent Jensen

This plein air painter is winning collectors hand over fist.

204

Aron Wiesenfeld

Serenity is the key in allegorical figures and compelling landscapes.

208

Anthony D. Blake

One of the great maritime painters of all time shows his new work.

214

Bruce Handford

Classic transparent watercolors show spontaneity and immediacy.

216

Angelbert Metoyer

Dreamlike imagery is the focus for these new expressive paintings.

46

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.

222

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



48

Art Consultant

Classic and Contemporary Colorful and vibrant art provides the soul to this classic home. By Aldo Castillo

54

Museum Curator

Secret Visions Defining landscape painting in 2006: Does the past fit in with the present? By John O'Hern

60

Interior Designer

Collectors At Home Fueling the Imagination with a 5th Avenue Loft. By Eric Cohler

220

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

108

Summer Suite Group Show



112

Four artists explore Still Life and beyond in Bar Harbor.



116

Jove Wang, Ken DeWaard, Susan Diehl

A strong formal and expressive foundation, marks this impressive group show.

120

U.S. premiere for two Spanish Masters.



122

Two opportunities to see 8th Annual Realism Invitational coast to coast.



66

The Art Lover's Guide to Collecting Fine Art in Denver



74

Salon d'Arts makes its case for Denver as the next major U.S. art destination.



82

The Art Lover's Guide to Collecting Fine Art at Jackson Hole



88

The Art Lover's Guide to Collecting Fine Art in Sun Valley This Summer



212

Glenna Goodacre

Goodacre moves from the monumental to the personal.

14

California Art Club

95th Annual Gold Medal Juried Exhibition Report

218

Art Chicago at the Mart, 2006