Author Archives: UAA Team

Harvest Festival Original Art and Craft Show

The Annual Harvest Festival Original Art and Craft Show

The Annual Harvest Festival Original Art and Craft Show

The Harvest Festival Original Art & Craft Show is the biggest annual indoor art & craft show in the U.S This year, it will be held at the Cashman Center in Las Vegas, Nevada on September 9 – 11, and will feature hundreds of artisans that create handmade items such as paintings, sculptures, ceramics, hand-turned wood,

Peale’s George Washington Tops Auction of Sam Wyly Collection in Dallas

Rembrandt Peale’s, “George Washington” from the collection of Dallas entrepreneur, author, and philanthropist, Sam Wyly brought $293,000 earlier this month at Dallas Auction Galleries (DAG). The high estimate was $175,000. The portrait of our first president is making its way around Dallas, having sold at Heritage Auctions, where it brought $662,500.00 including buyer’s premium, in May

Anne Pasternak Succeeds Lehman as Brooklyn Museum Director

The Brooklyn Museum announced today that Anne Pasternak will succeed Arnold Lehman as director of the institution. Pasternak will join the museum on September 1, after more than 20 years as the president and artistic director of the non-profit Creative Time, and the person responsible for the “Tribute in Light” that has appeared annually next to the site

Jasper Johns. Target, 1961. Art Institute of Chicago

Art Institute of Chicago Receives Massive Gift

The Art Institute of Chicago has received the the largest gift of art in the museum’s 136-year history. The Edlis/Neeson Collection includes 42 iconic masterpieces of contemporary art donated by the Chicago-based collectors and philanthropists Stefan T. Edlis and his wife, Gael Neeson. The gift includes nine works by Andy Warhol, three paintings by Jasper

Willem de Kooning Sketch

de Kooning Work Could Fetch up to $900,000

Woman (Study for Marilyn Monroe), an original pastel and mixed media on paper by Willem de Kooning, is the expected top lot at an upcoming auction and could bring $900,000. The auctioneer is Ahlers & Ogletree of Atlanta. The unframed work, done circa 1950s possibly served as a study for another de Kooning classic, Marilyn

LACMA’s 50th Anniversary Gala Raises $5 Million

The April 18, 2015, gala at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) celebrated the museum’s 50th anniversary, welcomed approximately 750 guests and raised $5 million. The proceeds will benefit the museum’s programming and acquisitions. The 50th Anniversary Gala was sponsored by Christie’s. The 50th Anniversary Gala marked the debut of 50 for 50: Gifts on

Julian Onderdonk

New Book Explores Julian Onderdonk’s New York Years

In Julian Onderdonk in New York: The Lost Years, the Lost Paintings, an illustrated book published by the Texas State Historical Association, James Graham Baker explores the artist’s New York years, so often neglected by previous scholars. Through painstaking research, Baker reveals that Onderdonk painted hundreds of images under pseudonyms during his time in New

Spring Masters New York

Spring Masters New York

Spring Masters New York, the international art and design fair showcasing exceptional works from antiquity through the 21st century, will take place Friday, May 8 through Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at the historic Park Avenue Armory in New York City. Timed to coincide with the peak of the spring art season in New York, Spring Masters New York attracts

Brian Scott of Chuck and George

Scenes from Dallas Gallery Openings February 7- 14, 2015

A retrospective show by Dallas artist Viola Delgado provided an excellent reason for a first visit to the Latino Cultural Center in Dallas. However, upon arriving we heard a transformer blow. The lights went out on what the artist noted was the first retrospective for a Latina Artist in Dallas. Wine could not be served