Author Archives: UAA Team

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Scenes from Dallas Gallery Openings February 7- 14, 2015

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

Met Curator Killed in Train Crash

A commuter train crash last night outside of Manhattan took the life of the curator of European paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and five others. Walter Liedtke, an expert in Dutch and Flemish Paintings, joined the Met in 1980. He was author Vermeer: The Complete Paintings and other books. Walter Liedtke was 69.

March Chicago International Poster and Print Fair Postponed

Chicago International Poster Fair Postponed

Promoter Flamingo Events sent out a notice today indicated the Chicago International Vintage Poster & Print Fair scheduled for March has been postponed. The notice reads as follows: “We’re very sorry to inform you that the International Vintage Poster & Print Fair in Chicago (March 27th through the 29th) has been postponed. We are working

Thomas Holme’s extremely rare 1687 map of Pennsylvania, called the “greatest of early American maps.” The detailed map is one of eight copies known and the only one in private hands.

ReDiscovered Philadelphia Tea Table one of Just 13 Items in Upcoming Keno Auction

A rediscovered Philadelphia Chippendale tea table is taking a center spot in an upcoming auction of just thirteen items. Leigh Keno says the table from the shop of Philadelphia cabinetmaker Henry Clifton “is truly a tour de force.” Keno Auctions’ Winter Sale Of Thirteen Extraordinary Items also includes Thomas Holme’s extremely rare 1687 map of


Freeman’s Reschedules Sale Due to Storm

Due to the severe winter storm on the East Coast of the U.S., Freeman’s is rescheduling its upcoming sales. According to a bulletin sent out by Freeman’s,  European Art & Old Masters auction has been postponed until Thursday, January 29 at 10 a.m. The sale initially was scheduled for January 27. While the business office will be

Maryanne Meltzer 1984 Exhibit Northlake College

Strangers Revisiting from 1984 at North Lake College

Familiar strangers result from artworks displayed again at North Lake College after 30 years. Dallas Artist Maryanne Meltzer explored the topic of strangers and alienation in a 1984 exhibit. This month the works return, this time alongside those of artist Allison Proulx. Formerly a movie set designer in Los Angeles, Proulx’s seems to work in a parallel universe with Meltzer.