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International Masters of Fine Art

Magazine article Southwest Art

International Masters of Fine Art

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Greenhouse Gallery of Fine Art, October 1-25

GREENHOUSE GALLERY of Fine Art opens its 13th annual International Masters of Fine Art exhibition this month. The show is open to the public on October 1 but officially kicks off with a reception on Friday, October 11, from 5 to 8 p.m. Paintings and sculptures by more than 20 top artists are on view. The presentation is also available online beginning October 1.

In addition to celebrating today's masters of representational art, the gallery is also celebrating new ownership. Founded by Mark Smith and Jim Janes in 1982, the gallery was purchased earlier this year by Sean Knoll and W.C. Wagnon. The new owners say they plan to carry on the gallery's traditions as well as the annual shows that have become staples in the art world. "Being new owners, the last thing we want to do is re-invent the wheel. And naturally we are excited about hosting the Masters show," Knoll says. "The best part of the show is that it allows us to not just show our own artists but also include artists whose works don't normally hang on our walls, and that offers a wonderful variety and some surprises for collectors." Jennifer Diehl, Teresa Oaxaca, William Berra, Danae Bennett Miller, and Adair Payne are among this year's participating artists. Another participant and a nine-year veteran of the Masters show, William J. Kalwick Jr. says he is always pleased to be included. His painting ONION SELLERS was inspired by a recent trip to Mexico, where he visited the country's colorful marketplaces. …

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