SEPTEMBER E-NEWS - We hope you enjoy this month's edition of E-News from The Art Shop.


UPCOMING FALL OIL SHOW
GUINTHER
English Landscape by Guinther





22nd Annual Fall Oil Painting Trunk Show.

Sat Oct 26th 11am - 5pm
Sun Oct 27th 1 - 4pm
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  Over 400 original oil paintings. A wide variety of subject matter and price ranges. See the world's most collected artists all in one place. Jereczek, Guinther, Peeters, Sarto, Miro and many more.
 
 
THOMAS ARVID
Reaching New Heitz
43 x 22



THOMAS ARVID -
America's Preeminent Painter of Wine

With his remarkable, bold paintings of wine, Thomas Arvid is quickly earning himself a national reputation as a rising star. His work is showcased in galleries across the country and has been seen in numerous publications, including a recent spread in Wine Spectator Magazine.

His paintings are found in many prominent collections, and they are a particular favorite among wineries and vineyard owners who acknowledge Thomas as today's preeminent painter of wine.

View more of Thomas Arvid's works.
 
 
VICTOR OSTROVSKY

SHORTRIDGE
Speakeasy
40 x 50



The Art Shop is delighted to introduce the works of Israeli artist, Victor Ostrovsky.
 

A former member of Israel's foreign intelligence agency, and #1 "New York Times" best selling author, Victor Ostrovsky draws on his experience in the shadowy world of espionage to create his enigmatic and compelling images.

SHORTRIDGE
Distraction
38 x 51




Hats, gloves, scarves and umbrellas hide the identities of his inscrutable figures, provoking and teasing our imaginations with visual portrayals of adventure and intrigue. The activities of his figures and the titles of the work reflect the enterprise and language of the international intelligence community, bringing several layers of meaning to his paintings while creating stories for the viewer.

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Framing Focus: CONSERVATION BOARD

Improper matting is responsible for much of the damage to art on paper. Deterioration and discoloration are caused by the use of commonly available wood pulp mat board.

Only special conservation board is safe to use in framing art on paper. Even a small percentage of unprocessed wood pulp in the mounting board or mat may contain acids which "burn paper", causing the paper to turn brown, to become brittle and even to disintegrate when removed from the frame.

At The Art Shop, we use only 100% rag or alpha mat board which contains no acid. This will keep your artwork safe and your bevels from turning brown.

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  The Art Shop hopes you enjoyed our featured artwork and found our "Framing Focus" article interesting. We invite you to contact us with any questions or comments.
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