The Collectors Show is a traveling curated event for collecting local and world famous art at reduced pricing. It’s an environment that lets collectors of all experience and means feel comfortable to assess the quality of the work themselves.
The Spring 2018 exhibition features the art of nearly 90 local Michigan artists alongside the work of famous artists such as Arthur Dove, Robert De Niro Sr, Marsden Hartley, Janice Biala, Fairfield Porter, and more.
For 19 days in the early fall, art from around the world is shows in downtown Grand Rapids in 175 different venues—museums, galleries, bars, restaurants, theaters, hotels, public parks, lobbies, buildings, walls, bridges, laundromats, and auto body shops—and it’s all free and open to the public. The competition awards more than five hundred thousand dollars in prizes each year, and the event now attracts over 500,000 visitors, making it the most attended public art event in the world in 2014 and 2015.
My ArtPrize piece, "The Grandview House Gardens", will be on display at the Women's City Club in downtown Grand Rapids, alongside the work of several dozen other fine artists. Venue hours are 12 pm to 8 pm (Monday thru Saturday) and 12 pm to 6 pm (Sunday). View my entry profile on the Artprize website.
This spring, I am being newly represented by Button Gallery in Douglas, Michigan. Button Gallery is hosting kick-off exhibition of the 2017 season. In this exhibition, 4 newly represented artists to Button Gallery will present new works created specifically for the show. The artists: Paula Swaydan-Grebel + Hope Olson + Lucie Phillips + Stephen Dinsmore. Show is free admission and open to the public.
ArtPrize and Second Ave Arts present the fourth edition of Collectors Show, designed to forge artist-collector relationships year-round in Grand Rapids. This edition features 80 artists, sixty of which were selected by juror Tyler Loftis from an open-submissions pool of ArtPrize participants. I have two paintings, Suns and Stripes, and Conversation and Kumquats, to be exhibited at the show. The other twenty artists come from New York City and represent some of the most influential artists of the past two centuries, including Eugene Delacroix, Alex Katz, Philip Pearlsteain, Robert De Niro Sr, Farifield Porter, and more. All artwork is for sale at discounted prices, with 20% of the sales going to support public education programs at ArtPrize.
For 19 days in the early fall, art from around the world pops up in every inch of downtown Grand Rapids in over 160 venues—museums, galleries, bars, restaurants, theaters, hotels, public parks, lobbies, buildings, walls, bridges, laundromats, and auto body shops—and it’s all free and open to the public.
My ArtPrize piece, "Tables", will be on display at Fifth Third Bank in downtown Grand Rapids, alongside the work of several dozen other fine artists. Venue hours are 9 am to 8 pm (Monday thru Saturday) and 12 pm to 6 pm (Sunday). View my entry profile on the Artprize website.
Holland, Michigan's annual fine art fair, nestled under the shade of the trees in centrally-located Centennial Park. Original acrylic paintings and fine art reproductions will be for sale at my booth. Stop by! I'd love to meet you. My booth will be near to 12th St. on a curved sidewalk (south side of the park).