Archive for March 2011

Miami Artist Maria Martinez-Canas Honored at Arteamericas Fair

“This fair has really come a long way,” I remarked to an exceptionally veteran Miami dealer as I strolled the aisles of Arteamericas art fair yesterday at Miami Beach Convention Center. He smiled knowingly at me and gave an enthusiastic thumb’s up. Yesterday was a rather quick visit at the end of the afternoon. I […]

Posted March 26, 2011 by elisa.turner in ArtCentric Blog, Uncategorized

In Miami, Cuban Art Collector Howard Farber on Arteamericas Panel

This is quite the season for art fair panels on art collecting! I am blogging on Friday night this weekend. That’s earlier than I usually post my weekly blog entry because tomorrow morning my husband Eric and I are heading out for Naples from Miami. We are taking our canoe with us–it will be a […]

Posted March 18, 2011 by elisa.turner in ArtCentric Blog, Uncategorized

Miami Artist Blossoms at Venice Biennale

As our art community ponders the wealth of growing artistic talent distinguishing Miami, I want to remind my readers of contributions that Eugenia Vargas Pereira made to our burgeoning art scene when we were so lucky to have her living and working here in Miami. I was especially touched that Eugenia made a comment on […]

Posted March 13, 2011 by elisa.turner in ArtCentric Blog, Uncategorized

Miami Art Space Feeds the Soul

Such a fun and heartfelt evening we had in Miami this past Friday night! It was really a night to satisfy my artcentric soul! First my husband and I went to the opening for “Everything” by Hugo Michel Hernandez at Farside Gallery, 1305 Galloway Road (87 Ave.), and then it was back to Coral Gables […]

Posted March 6, 2011 by elisa.turner in ArtCentric Blog, Uncategorized

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