The Charlevoix Circle of Arts in Charlevoix.

The Charlevoix Circle of Arts in Charlevoix.

CHARLEVOIX — The Charlevoix Circle of Arts has recently announced its 2022 exhibit schedule with its first opening near the end of the month to kick off the organization’s year.

The upcoming schedule features seven different exhibits through the year bringing back some annual favorites — the organization’s Spotlight on Innovation and its Summer Salon amongst others — as well as a mix of new exhibits it is excited to share and host.

“For this whole year we also kind of have this central theme with fine craft and functional art,” said Circle of Arts exhibit coordinator Laura Kelly.

“Our first exhibit of the year is right around the corner and follows that theme with a sort of tagline of ‘where contemporary fine arts meets functionality,'” she said.

The Circle of Art’s first exhibit — titled “Wood + Metal” — opens in the

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Don Fotine and wife Connie with his winning painting 'Snow Geese' at the Carson Valley Art 
Assocation Scholarship show.

Don Fotine and wife Connie with his winning painting ‘Snow Geese’ at the Carson Valley Art
Assocation Scholarship show.

 

Carson Valley Art Association recently displayed the art of more than 40 local artists in their annual Scholarship Benefit Art Show in Minden.

This year’s show was held Nov. 5-7 and 112 pieces were on display, mostly from Carson and Eagle valley artists, with a few from Reno, Markleeville, and Stagecoach.

Several of the entries were from nonassociation members and many were new to the show.

This free three-day art show included a reception, 50/50 raffle, a silent auction, and a flea table.

Eight media categories in the art show were acrylic, water media, mixed media, photography, oil, 3D-art, pastel and other. Mark Tompkins was the judge this year.

Carson Valley Art Association thanked the community for its support in this scholarship fundraising event, and for supporting and promoting

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The Art Dealers Association Of America’s (ADAA) annual fair, “The Art Show” returns to The Park Avenue Armory from Nov. 3-7 and will feature 72 curated exhibitions.

The Art Show is showcasing top art galleries in the United States and will feature over 400 years of paintings, sculpture works on paper, textile art, and photography. Allowing visitors to see more than 40 solo exhibitions, including rare and never-before-seen works. 

“There are so many wonderful exhibitions planned by the galleries and more than half of the fair is devoted to solo artist exhibitions,” said Maureen Bray, ADAA’s Executive Director. “Some highlights include, Corbett vs. Dempsey’s showcase of drawings by Emilio Cruz and canvases by Omar Velázquez—both of different generations of the broader Caribbean diaspora, their work

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