Pryor Fine Art Gallery Reaches Milestone 25th Year

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 13, 2015

Widely acclaimed artist Susie Pryor opened her Atlanta gallery, Pryor Fine Art, 25 years ago creating a unique platform for artists to showcase their work. Pryor now celebrates a milestone anniversary. Her keen eye and understanding of the process are the cornerstones for the longevity of the business. Pryor Fine Art is uniquely positioned in the art world as a result of being artist owned and has stood the test of time and economic challenges.

After studying Art History at the University of Georgia and working for 10 years in the fashion industry, Pryor found herself seeking to reconnect with art and those who create it. Pryor launched the gallery in 1990 with a focus on finding emerging artists who would become the modern masters of today.

An art business set up by a painter is a rare business model, but it’s also the ultimate scenario for an entrepreneur to fully engage both sides of the brain. The gallery represents more than 60 artists from throughout the U.S. and Canada. Pryor divides her time between painting and searching for artists who share her aesthetic sensibilities and whose works fit her business objectives. I am often asked why I continue to do both,” she says, “Running the gallery challenges me to think in an analytical mode, and it is a refreshing break from my usual creative process.

Pryor Fine Art has launched the careers of dozens of artists by fostering long-standing partnerships based upon trust and understanding. Trust is the key ingredient,” she explains, “It’s the fertile root of all of our relationships.

Artist France Jodoin says, For me, being asked by Susie Pryor to join the roster of artists at Pryor Fine Art five years ago marked the beginning of an exceptional relationship. The dedication and professionalism of the gallerys staff was evident from day one and has never flagged.

One of the most fascinating elements of the business is working with so many talented artists, some of whom have been with me for more than 20 years, Pryor says, They share genuine emotion through their works and are able to create from a place within, a third level of consciousness that most of us never tap into. There is a comfort for artists to know that the art dealer understands their creative process first hand. Its true! I know all too well the drought of artist block, the highs of a breakthrough, and the daunting perils and constant uncertainties of earning a living by the act of creating, she says.

While the 5,500 square-foot gallery in Atlanta’s affluent neighborhood of Buckhead, has a strong hold on the abstract market, it is diverse in painting genre and sculpture, and it has a history of promoting painters of the figure. Pryor Fine Art reaches clients worldwide. Factors such as unprecedented customer service and the impact of technology have played a significant role in the gallerys success. Interior designers, the gallerys predominant market, utilize the gallerys savvy website and catalog as tools toward designing spaces and building collections. Boston Designer Cathie Skaletsky says, Pryor Fine Art is our first go-to for art; the selection is like no other gallery in the country, and the service is remarkable.

When asked what she looks for, Pryor concludes, An exceptional work of art will appear effortless. It will have a voice, it will draw you in, evoke an emotion, tell a story, and bring forth something never before touched or understood.

Pryor Fine Art is located at 764 Miami Circle, Suite 132, Atlanta, Georgia 30324, and offers one of the most extensive and exclusive collections of contemporary fine art in North America. For more information call (404) 352-8775 or visit

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Arso Ivanovich, Contemporary Fine Artist, Premiers Ebay Auction

Carlsbad, CA (PRWEB) November 29, 2013

Finer Things Artists Network has worked all year developing and marketing Arso’s online portfolios and accounts to establish visibility and storefronts online to supplement his studio gallery business in Carlsbad.

The early years for Arso were dark and tempered with harsh reality, particularly for the tender ages. Digging within himself, Arso drew inspiration from this well of difficult experiences. The artist within was conceived, though it would be many years of development later before Arso would discover his niche in the fine arts. Somehow he was able to develop a hard-shell which allowed the creative artist to develop within a turbulent sea of dreams. With such a grim beginning its not hard to follow that a stout heart and a creative imagination would develop in such circumstances. While the focus of his early life was on survival, the artist was peeking through this shell, someday to emerge onto the international art scene with his daring uncommon perspective, and even more rare, his genius talent for communicating his wild and vibrant inspirations through the visual arts to the world.

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When Arso discovered his unique technique of crystallizing watercolors to resemble the icy panes of picturesque scenery from his earliest memories as a boy in Montenegro, he knew he was onto something big. After perfecting this technique with watercolor, Arso continued to push the creative envelope to the limit by mastering this crystallization technique in oil as well. To this day no other known artist uses this technique which has become Arso’s signature style since 1969 when he debuted in his first art exhibit in Milwaukee. Arso is sure to be a notable talent for generations of artists to come.

A buzz throughout the art community began with critics compelled by Arso’s work. He delivers a subliminal message to all who have lived through an ordeal, mastered, and triumphed the experience. He reminds all of us, that life though not always pleasant and pretty is nevertheless a fascinating and beautiful to contemplate illusion, each of us possessing a distinct perspective. A browse through Arso’s catalog of work over time shows an evolution from classical realism mastery to his own unique fanciful and transitory dreamscapes. Life is after all what we make of it consciously or not. A melding of influences from master artists preceding himself, Arso has compelled art critics to compare him to Cezanne, Klee, Picasso, Dali, Chagall, and Degas. His works extend from lithographs, watercolors, and oils to wood carvings and sculptures. Though artists and writers speculate, crystallization is a secret technique Arso guards jealously, at least until he believe’s he cannot push the limits of its creative potential further. We hope he’s at least written the secret formula and process down so he won’t take his secret to his grave. Show your support for Arso’s talent on SeeMe.

Arso’s artistic style has naturally developed over time. His early work is demonstrative of his mastery of the classical and renaissance periods. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo before coming to America in 1967. Already prepped at the Sarajevo Teacher Training Academy in Tulza, Arso received a Master of Arts degree at the University of Milwaukee and secured a position as an assistant professor of Fine Arts 2yrs later. He subsequently lectured at art schools and leagues for 6yrs to graduate art students from around the world before retiring to paint full-time. Additionally, Arso ran his own private artist tutoring for over 20yrs to students already graduate degreed in Fine Arts, several who took his private classes for over 5yrs including Welton Brady, Steve Horvat (impressionist), Harold Wilson, Chairman of Cardinal Streech College, WI, and Mary Becker. Join Arso’s professional network on Linkedin.

Today Arso’s original works sell for between $ 10,000-$ 95,000 depending on the size and the medium. Throughout his artistic career Arso’s collectors have acquired over $ 2 million dollars of his legacy with untold value in today’s market. Until recently, Arso’s works have been sold exclusively from his studio gallery in Carlsbad and select galleries internationally. Art enthusiasts and collectors alike will be pleased to learn Arso is now offering an exclusive selection of his finest works online at Finer Things Artists Network. Once a month a selection from Arso’s collection is available on auction at Ebay.

Arso’s first exhibits displaying his signature talents started in 1969 in local Milwaukee art shows, his fame quickly spread to the international art audience in the 70′s. He has been a solo exhibited artist over 2 dozen times as well as participated in over 3 dozen collective art shows internationally over the past 40yrs. Arso is a featured artist in over 160 published news and magazine articles internationally. 28 books and encyclopedic publications, including Arso’s monograph book of his collection published in 2012, including critiques and analysis by notable art critics through the years. Arso is registered in American Art Who’s Who 1995-2000 editions. Arso made TV appearance as featured artist in 1984, US Prime News as well as over 20 other television broadcasts internationally over the years. Also in 1984, at the New York World Art Expo the local presses chose Arso’s artistic technique as the most interesting of the event. See a complete discography of Arso’s career on Arso’s AskArt Studio online.

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Washington D.C. Fine Art Gallery Presents Renowned Absurdist Artist at Cider and Caramel Reception and Open House

Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 27, 2014

Washington D.C. Fine Art Gallery, Huckleberry Fine Art Gallery, is thrilled to host the work of one of the worlds most talented living surrealists, Michael Cheval. The Gallery will showcase Chevals work during an open house and host a meet and greet Cider & Caramel Reception, November 7 to November 9. The reception and open house are free of charge, but the Gallery strongly recommends RSVP.

Absurdist artist, Michael Cheval, will be available to meet and discuss his artwork with guests of Huckleberry Fine Art Gallery on November 7 November 9. The Gallery will provide hot apple cider and caramel inspired treats at the Cider & Caramel Reception November 7 and 8 from 7pm 11 pm. The Michael Cheval Open House will take place November 8 and 9 from 12pm 11 pm and 11 am 4:30 pm respectively.

Michael Cheval is the worlds leading contemporary artist, specializing in absurdists paintings, drawings, and portraits. Chevals art is well-known for its technical prowess, grandeur, and originality. He draws his inspiration from the styles of two Surrealists, Salvador Dali and Rene Magritte.

Cheval defines absurdity as the reverse side of logic, It does not emerge from the dreams of surrealists, or the work of the subconscious. It is a game of imagination, where all ties are carefully chosen to construct a literary plot. Absurdity is a starting point of his creations, but his work is often metaphorical and each piece tells a unique story.

The event is free and open to the public, but RSVP is strongly recommended. With questions or directions please call at 301-881-5977 or email at info(at)huckleberryfineart(dot)com

About Huckleberry Fine Art

As the premier art gallery in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, Huckleberry Fine Art specializes in finding emerging artists locally and internationally. Since its existence, the gallery has been exhibiting a vast collection of vibrant oil and acrylic paintings, limited edition signed and numbered prints, sculpture, photography, art books and custom framing. Huckleberry Fine Art has established a successful publishing division with the introduction of artist Rob Gonsalves limited edition prints. For more information, visit

Fine Art Company Launches New Website and Online Store

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 03, 2014

For the first time, contemporary artist John Nietos work is being brought online. Nieto Fine Art, which represents John Nieto, has launched a new website and online store. Nietos paintings are displayed in stunning color and bold brushstrokes alongside the clean lines of his etchings and drawings. His original artwork, along with high-quality giclee reproductions are featured in the store on the website. Also available in the store for the first time are notecards featuring some of Nietos most well-known work, and an iPhone case of his famous portrait of Sitting Bull.

About Nieto Fine Art

Nieto Fine Art represents five other artists in addition to John Nieto. San Francisco-based artist Craig Poindexter works in oil, acrylic, steel, and digital artwork. Other San Francisco artists are Eric Bailey, who works primarily in oil, and abstract artist Georgianne Fastaia. Painter Gloria Gaddis is based out of Scottsdale, Arizona. Jaya King, based out of Northern California, works on scrap lumber, using the texture of the wood in her paintings.

About John Nieto

Artist John Nieto is best known for his vibrant color and bold lines in his paintings, saying My colors express my worldview, which is positive and optimistic. My colors celebrate universal, enduring human values. But he has also worked in many other mediums, from charcoal and pastel crayons to bronze sculptures to lithographs. His career has spanned decades, and has taken him everywhere from New Mexico to the White House. Nietos strong connection with his subject drives his work – I wanted to create art that was meaningful to me and relevant to my personal heritage and my time and place in art history, Nieto says. Nietos striking artwork has been exhibited worldwide, and his personal journey has been chronicled alongside beautiful images of his artwork in the book John Nieto: Forces of Color & Spirit, available for purchase at

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Big Canoe Fine Art Show Open to the Public October 23 to November 2, 2014 in Northern Georgia

Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) October 14, 2014

Big Canoe Realty and The Big Canoe Building Group are sponsoring a wonderful cultural event open to the public in their award winning northern Georgia gated mountain community from Thursday, October 23 through Sunday, November 2, 10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. This North Georgia art show will take place in a beautiful custom home in the new Bluffs at Ridgeview neighborhood.

The Fine Art Event features a significant showing of works by 14 southeastern artists in various mediums including painting, sculpture, photography, pottery, blown glass and glass sculpture. Admission is free and there will be many exquisite works for sale including art, furniture, and quilts. Come view the essential works of:

CAL BREED a glassmaker for over 20 years with a distinctive style and nature as his inspiration. Breed designs and creates functional glass and sculptures.

RAE BREED – a self-taught potter who began her artistic career on Andros Island in the Bahamas in the 1980s. Her stoneware and raku clay works feature unique glazes.

DUTCH – originally a wood sculptor, he worked in various mediums before settling on glass, using the pate’ de verre technique, learning hot glass sand casting, and finally blown glass.

JOHN GECI – a glassblower based near the Penland School of Crafts in Western North Carolina. His vibrant and distinctive line of glassware is J. Geci Glass.

JONAS GERARD – a painter, primarily in acrylics and mixed media. Gerards work is prolific and tactile, as he creates abstracts, other genres, and works with paint, silk, sculpture and more.

PAM HAGAN – a painter using watercolor, acrylics and mixed media, her subjects range from delicate floral studies to sweeping Southern landscapes.

JANET JACOBSON – a contemporary landscape painter, Jacobsons work reflects serenity, her love of nature, and her life in the mountains of North Carolina.

DEHANNA JONES – a glassblower who describes herself as a Glass Minimalist to describe her process. Jones designs are anything but minimalist, and true works of art.

CHRIS MOSEY – formally trained as a potter, Mosey creates fabulous glass objects that beg to be touched.

MULTITUDES – a Blue Ridge gallery representing over 75 artists, specializing in hand blown glass, as well as regional artists in jewelry, ceramic pottery, iron work, photography, wood working, stain glass and oil/acrylic/watercolor painting.

NNAMDI OKONKWO – a sculptor, whose fluid, simple lines and subjects often depicting the female form in action, communicates life, motion, and emotion with his work.

LORA RUST – a potter and pottery teacher who loves working with clay, Rust creates heirloom quality porcelain table and serving ware at her Atlanta area studio.

CAROL SKAPINETZ – originally an art teacher in New Jersey, Skapinetz is now a watercolorist who concentrates on floral landscapes using non-traditional techniques that give her watercolors a photographic quality.

JOHN SMITH – a landscape photographer inspired by the Great Smoky Mountains and the four distinctive seasons in the mountains of Western North Carolina.

ERIC STRAUSS – a sculptor who uses found, forged and fabricated steel to create scenes from nature and the elements.


The North Georgia art show, held during peak leaf viewing season in the Big Canoe gated mountain community, takes place in one of The Big Canoe Building Group’s newest model homes. The breathtaking model and fall scenery make a fitting backdrop for the art show, but there are other works of art to see as well. Three other custom Big Canoe model homes in The Bluffs are available for viewing, as well as a furnished model in the Twin Creeks neighborhood.

Big Canoe covers 8,000 acres of glorious north Georgia mountain scape comprising many different neighborhoods with a lifestyle for families of all ages and sizes. The gated mountain community in the foothills of the North Georgia Appalachians is only one hour north of Atlanta. Big Canoe offers the perfect escape for a weekend home or seasonal residence, however approximately 60 percent of homeowners are year-round residents, many of whom commute to Atlanta for work, happy to return to fresh mountain air at the end of the day.

With lakes, streams, and hiking & nature trails throughout, Big Canoe is a nature lovers dream. Outdoor sports are a huge draw, and the community has a well-developed set of amenities including 27 holes of championship golf with incredible mountain views, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, swimming pools, and a 17,000 square foot fitness center. Dozens of clubs, sports leagues, events, and social activities plus the serenity of the North Georgia Mountains make the established, gated mountain community of Big Canoe a home worth coming home to.

The Bluffs at Ridgeview is Big Canoes newest neighborhood and offers heavily wooded home sites ranging from one and one-half to two acres of spectacular mountain views at an elevation of 2,200 feet. Lots are currently priced starting from the low $ 200s and there is no time limit imposed for building your dream home. Over 30 authorized Big Canoe builders with dozens of appealing and livable floor plans are ready to build your north Georgia mountain dream home in a variety of styles including historic Adirondack and Appalachian, Craftsman, and Western Log and Timber.

Twin Creeks is an intimate, 14-home Southern Living cottage neighborhood featuring a Pavilion and hiking trail that connect to Big Canoes Meditation Park trail system. This new neighborhood is conveniently located near the communitys main gate and offers a choice of mountain, creek, or golf views each as lovely as the others. The cottages, with four different floor plans, start in the mid $ 300s.

This is your perfect get-away opportunity to take in an exceptional art event and tour the newest Big Canoe model homes during one of the most beautiful times of the year in the north Georgia mountains.

For directions and more information about this North Georgia art show and the Big Canoe community, call Big Canoe Realty at 770-893-2733 or 1-866-244-2266.

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England Van Lines Introduces New Top of the Line Crating Methods for Fine Art

San Jose, California (PRWEB) February 06, 2014

England Van Lines, a leading premium moving service located in Los Angeles, California, is thrilled to announce they are incorporating new state of the art crating for the transportation and storage of fine art. These new versatile and double lined crates are specially designed for fine art, and are guaranteed to keep their contents dry, cushioned, and untainted by contaminants. All fine art, including paintings, sculptures, photographs, and antiques will come out of these special fine art crates in the exact same condition they went in.

Those who have attempted moving fine art before know that the crating, transportation, and storage of the art can be a stressful and time consuming hassle. Having your fine art professionally moved can cut down on some of the hassle and stress, but only so far as the company hired to move the art can be trusted. Many moving companies claim they will take proper care of your delicate items, but lack the proper training, experience, and equipment to do so. Your normal, run of the mill, average Joes moving company will often just put any fine art into whatever flimsy box will fit it. Or worse, throw an old padded blanket over it, put it on top of the pile, and call it protected. This puts the fine item at increased risk of being damaged, particularly in cross state moving scenarios.

The experts at England Van Lines, however, are specially trained in the art of fine art crating and transport. Not only are all items art or not properly crated, they are also efficiently packed to maximize the structural integrity of the crates. Everything is packed tightly to minimize dangerous sliding of the crates and keep external pressures low.

Company spokesperson William Alexander had this to say about the subject, Fine art has always been one of, if not the trickiest type of item to box and transport. Art is often fragile, precious, and awkwardly shapedand adding to the difficulty is the fact that even the tiniest scratch, the smallest amount of damage, can be both irreparable and completely catastrophic to the arts value and aesthetics. He then went on to say, We have found fine art crating and transportation to be an area customers are deeply concerned about when they entrust their belongings to us. And after much research into the subject we decided to upgrade out handling of these most important items accordingly.

When asked how she felt about the new crating methods, once customer and fine art owner said, It really helps put my mind at ease, knowing that I can just show them my art and they will come back with the right type of box, in the right size, to package it the right wayI watched them do it and it all seemed to be done how they advertised it, they estimate moving costs really well too.

Just as with the actual production of fine art, the transportation and fine art crating is best done by those with a large pool of experience and subject knowledge to draw on. Of course, the added bonus of using the very best equipment should be a significant plus to customers and their art alike.

To find out more information about how England Van Lines can help you with all your fine art moving needs visit England Van Lines online.

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The Art of Dr. Seuss Comes to Huckleberry Fine Art

North Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) December 09, 2013

The Art of Dr. Seuss is coming to Huckleberry Fine Art with all the characters we all know and love! The Cat in the Hat, The Grinch, and The Lorax are on display, along with secret art and unorthodox taxidermy rarely seen by the public.

Join Huckleberry Fine Art for two evenings of cupcakes, drinks, and the world of Dr. Seuss, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 13-14, 2013 from 7 p.m. 11 p.m. The gallery is located at 12051 Nebel Street, North Bethesda, Md., 20852. For more information and other related events, visit

The collection includes The Cat that Changed the World from the Archive Collection of the famous The Cat in the Hat, and After Dark in the Park, straight from Dr. Seuss Secret Art Collection.

The strangest, yet the fastest selling of all the collections is the Unorthodox Taxidermy. These sculptures of never-before-seen characters are mounted on plaques and hung on the walls like a prize-winning buck. Playful names stay true to the Dr. Seuss style, such as The Goo-Goo-Eyed Tasmanian Wolghast, and The Flaming Herring. These timeless works of art are available for sale, just in time for the holiday season, for your family to treasure for years to come.

Dr. Seuss, born Theodor Seuss Geisel, is widely known for his fun and whimsical books, but he was also an artist. A perfectionist, he would spend a year or more just working on one book and throwing away a large portion of the initial sketches and writings before publishing the final product.

Dr. Seuss intense focus and care in creating his artworks are the reason his books still hit the best sellers lists, said Boots Harris, owner and operator of Huckleberry Fine Art. We are proud to bring the art of the legendary artist to the Washington metro region.

Dr. Seuss Enterprises, created before Geisel passed away in 1991, archived years of illustrations, concept drawings and even the secret art that he created for his own pleasure. Now the company brings that same art to the public to witness and relive the joy everyone felt when seeing the Grinch’s heart grow two sizes or the Cat in the Hat strolling through the doorway before chaos ensued.


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ArtCrypto Brings a Fine Art Gallery to Businesses Doorsteps

(PRWEB) November 27, 2013

Hosting a fine art exhibition is a way for businesses to offer something new and exciting to their clients, and provides an opportunity to expand their customer base. Fine art oriented events target individuals who enjoy good food, wine, music, as well as socializing and networking among other things. These events bring all of those features together and give people a reason to become repeat customers. But how do businesses coordinate art exhibitions at their locations without any prior experience or access to artists and their artwork? ArtCrypto Fine Art Gallery solves these and other issues by bringing its artist network and expertise to businesses doorsteps.

Business establishments who desire to incorporate art events such as exhibitions and auctions as part of their operations often do not have the tools, access, and/or experience to organize and execute these types of events. Being able to select the appropriate artwork, bringing the artist(s) to the event, targeting and advertising to the right crowd, etc., becomes a hassle for most businesses. Yeray Diaz, ArtCrypto Fine Art Gallerys art dealer, said It is possible for a business without prior experience to organize an event like this, but it is quite difficult to deliver the same quality of artwork on a consistent basis without being part of the art industry and having direct access to artists who can supply fine art pieces worthy of being exhibited at these events. ArtCrypto assesses the business and location hosting the event, finds the appropriate artwork to be exhibited, assists with the overall event planning, coordinates for the artist to be present at the event, and more. Diaz remarked Those organizations wanting, but not knowing how to coordinate an art oriented event at their establishment now have a solution.

Whether a business needs to organize an art exhibition, auction, artist meet and greet, art based fundraiser, or any other art related event, ArtCryptos art dealer is available to provide his innovative methods of introducing artwork to the public. Through these events, he brings seasoned local and international artists to establishments. Art fans get to explore and acquire original paintings and drawings, meet the artists, and most importantly, consume; generating profits for the hosting establishment. Repeating these types of events throughout the year keeps customers coming back wanting more.

To know more about how ArtCrypto can help organize private or public art focused events (e.g., auctions, exhibitions, fundraisers), the gallerys art dealer is there to assist. Art fans, non-profit organizations, and business owners who are interested in what this innovative Maryland art gallery has to offer can contact the art dealer directly via phone (850-748-9744) or email yeray(at)artcrypto(dot)com. Visit ArtCrypto to see the gallerys exclusive inventory.

About ArtCrypto Fine Art Gallery:

ArtCrypto Fine Art Gallery represents a selective group of American and International artists offering contemporary paintings and drawings. Every art piece offered by ArtCrypto is either an original or part of a limited edition print.

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