Monthly Archives: September 2011

Featured Secondary Market | Sable Black by Chris Woods

Chris Woods - -Sable Black -2006-oil on canvas-90.5x60.5 inches- $22,000

The Secondary Market section of Diane Farris Gallery.com is where you will find works that have come back on the market for resale. Whether it’s a move to a new home, or making space for newer works in a growing … Continue reading

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Phil Borges | Artist Lecture + Book Signing

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Phil Borges Artist Lecture & Book Signing TIBET: Culture on the Edge Thursday, October 20, 2011, 6:30 – 8:30 The Waterfall Building, 205 – 1540 West 2nd Avenue, Vancouver, BC $15      Register now $50      Copy of Tibet: Culture on … Continue reading

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Twitter Haiku Contest

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We are celebrating the launch of our new website with a Twitter contest! Create your own haiku poem about art and tweet it with the hashtag #DFGhaiku to enter. THE PRIZES! DFG’s Pick: the author of our favorite Haiku entry … Continue reading

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Katharine T. Carter | Accelerating on the Curves: The Artist’s Roadmap to Success

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Diane and I go back to the late ’80s. I was lecturing coast to coast on what was hot in NYC (Highlights of the New York Art Season), and was captivated by Attila Richard Lukacs’ exhibition at the 49th Parallel … Continue reading

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Hussein Salim | Tatham Art Gallery

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Contemporary Reflections: New Art from Old Tatham Art Gallery May14 – June28, 2009 The Tatham Art Gallery, one of the major art museums in South Africa, dates back to 1903. Situated in Pietermaritzburg, the capital of KwaZulu-Natal, the Tatham Art … Continue reading

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Hussein Salim | Centre for Visual Art | Pietermaritzburg

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Hussein Salim’s work, at once spare and welcoming, is a response to histories, recent and old, to personal circumstances and social upheaval.

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