American Art Collector Ad – Upcoming Events

by | Oct 20, 2018

American Art Collector magazine featuirng artist Daniel Ambrose in Cheryl Newby Gallery ad.While I was on my way back from Maine, I got a wonderful phone call from Cheryl Newby Gallery. They featured my egg tempera painting April in a full-page ad in the October issue of American Art Collector. I should send them flowers!

Summary of Upcoming Events

I’ve updated my Events page here. Following is a summary of what’s coming up in the next few months.

I’m neck deep in painting for my solo show at Hughes Gallery in Boca Grande in January. One for Sorrow and Eight for a Wish, two egg tempera’s from my series of ten paintings titled One for Sorrow, will be on exhibit. Also, a major seascape oil painting which I’ve had the idea for over fourteen years. It’s exhilarating to get it out of my head and see it come to life on canvas. I’ll post images of these and other paintings in future posts.

The American Tonalist Society founded by my great and talented friends Don Demers, Mary Erickson, Eleinne Basa and I is gathering steam. Our inaugural exhibition will be at the prestigious Salmagundi Club in New York city next May. Participation is by invitation only and we will have a tremendous group of painters from around the country. We are looking forward to a fabulous show! The enthusiastic response we’ve been receiving from other artists about our artistic endeavor is also exciting. Here is link to the American Tonalist Society website.

I recently hired a part time assistant, Suzanne, who has been helping me catalog all my paintings and studies I’ve created over the years. I’ll be posting some of them on my website as special offerings for the holiday season.

And last but not least, Cheryl Newby Gallery is having their 35th Anniversary Gallery Exhibit in November. I will have new three egg tempera paintings available and April, the painting featured in the magazine ad.

Be sure to check out my Events page and stay tuned for more new paintings!

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