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November 2006


November is a busy month for watercolorist Tony Foster:

11/02/06 - "Searching for a Bigger Subject" lecture; Tucson Museum, 6PM

11/08/06 - Tony will be present for the opening of "Yosemite – Art of an American Icon" Autry National Center Museum of the American West, Los Angeles

11/17/06 - "Painting the Grand Canyon," lecture; Denver Art Museum, 5PM

Gwynn Murrill

DeCordova Museum


September 2, 2006


Gwynn Murrill is featured in the Decordova Museum and Sculpture Park in Massacusetts. The new exhibition, "Going Ape: Confronting Animals in Contemporary Art" opens September 2, 2006.



New film on Tony Foster


September 2006


"The Man Who Painted Everest" is a 50-minute documentary on Tony Foster's art and expeditions. The film records his most recent journey to paint the world's highest mountain. In conjunction with his opening at the gallery on Friday, September 1st, the artist will be showing a special presentation of the film on Sunday, September 3rd at 7pm. Also of note, Phoenix Art Museum added Foster's "From Point Sublime Looking ESE" watercolor, 84" x 48" to their permanent collection. The Tucson Art Museum features, "From Walapai Point Looking ESE," 84" x 48" for their show on the Grand Canyon. As well, look out for the Autry Center for Western Art, Los Angeles' exhibition, "Yosemite - The Art of An Icon" featuring Foster's "Eight Days on Eagle Peak," 72" x 72".


Sun Valley Visual Arts Forum


June 23 - 24, 2006


The Sun Valley Gallery Association celebrated 25 Years with their first annual Collector's Forum. Keynote speakers were Francoise Gilot, artist and author of "Life with Picasso," and Steve Wynn, entrepreneur/ art collector. Also, Barbara Guggenheim, art consultant, gave a provocative lecture on her approach to collecting. To cap it all off the Gallery Association installed an Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition on Main Street. Please come view sculpture by Will Robinson, Julie Speidel, and Mark Stasz.

Deborah Oropallo's

Twice Removed opens at BAM


April 8 - June 18, 2006


Boise Art Museum's exhibition of Deborah Oropallo's recent and new digital paintings, "Twice Removed" Supported by an exhibition and publication grant from the Paul G. Allen Foundation and additional catalogue support from Gail Severn Gallery. Catalogues available.


Oropallo, a Pollack-Krasner Foundation Award recipient, will have a solo exhibition at Gail Severn Gallery opening August 4 - August 31, 2006


Ed Musante in Village Voice and NY Sun


June 2006


Ed Musante in Village Voice and NY Sun

Musante's first NYC exhibition gets rave reviews.


Ed Musante Review in the New York Sun


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