Posts Tagged ‘Fine art’
Experience a Multi-Faceted Canvas of Inspiration in Sedona
Sedona has long been a beacon to both artist and collector. Surrounded by red rocks so magnificent, so stunningly breathtaking, that artists and those who appreciate true beauty have found themselves drawn here.
For three days this November, the 6th, 7th & 8th, the arts and culture of Sedona will be celebrated at the 2nd Annual “Red Rock Canvas.”
Sponsored by the Sedona Chamber of Commerce and presented by and the Sedona Gallery Association, visual arts will be the heart of “Red Rock Canvas.”
The city comes alive on Friday night with receptions at participating art galleries, a silent auction with proceeds going to Camp Soaring Eagle, stimulating artist dialogues, demonstrations and other surprises throughout the weekend. Art lovers who arrive in wonder at the area’s beauty will find themselves equally surrounded by superior art galleries.
Featuring 15 fine art galleries, the “Red Rock Canvas” event draws upon the best Sedona has to offer. This will be an art event like none other – everywhere you look.
For more information visit: RedRockCanvas.com.
The Merchandise Mart International Antiques Fair May 1-4 promises a world of Exquisite Finds. Extraordinary Designs. Exuberant Scene.
At this event, recognized as one of the nation’s premiere antiques shows, experienced and novice collectors will find offer a huge variety of genres and styles to shop from – including 20th Century Design, Americana, Architectural Design, Asian Art & Antiquities, Barometers, Books, Ceramics, Clocks, Clothing and Accessories, Decorative Arts, Folk Art, Furniture, Glass, Jewelry, Paintings, Posters, Prints, Maps, Modernism, Sculpture, Silver, Textiles and Tribal Art – from more than 100 top dealers of antiquities and fine art. Use the Fair’s Dealer/Antiques Locator to scope out participating dealers by name, city or country and to find items by category or item search.
But don’t stop there… switch gears to explore self-taught art, outsider art, art brut, ethnographic art, non-traditional folk art, and visionary art at The Intuit Show of Folk and Outsider Art also at the Merchandise Mart May 1-4.
Both shows are elements of Artropolis 2009, the unparalleled arts experience May 1-4, which also features Art Chicago, the International Fair of Contemporary and Modern Art, the Invitational Exhibition of Emerging Art, and other concurrent exhibitions at the Merchandise Mart plus activities at more the 80 cross-discipline institutions around the city.