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As Spring begins to unfold, the art world comes to life with major exhibitions at museums and galleries, clusters of international art fairs and blockbuster offerings at auction houses. There is an enormous amount of information to visually and intellectually digest.

As an art advisor, I explore all facets of the art world in my quest for great art. I work with a small number of clients, giving them personalized advice based on their interests and my research. In the first quarter of 2018, I enjoyed helping clients acquire art they always desired and discover artists they did not previously know. We bid at auction, toured galleries and chose directly from artists’ studios. Each time there were unanticipated moments that made finding each work of art an exciting journey of discovery.

Navigating the art market isn’t easy. Let me share with you how working with an art advisor can help you discover great art, determine the fair price – and enhance the journey!

All the best,
Spring 2018 Newsletter 
FOG Design + Art Fair

In January, PWAA started off the year leading a private tour of FOG Design + Art Fair in San Francisco. In its 5th year, FOG is a highly-curated fair featuring fine art and design from some of the world’s top galleries and dealers. This fair never fails to deliver breathtaking works by distinguished artists and museum-caliber treasures of high-end design. It is equally as exciting to discover new artists who are beginning to take hold in the market. This year, one painter stood out as an artist to watch: 

Paul Kremer
Paul Kremer (American, b.1971) born in Chicago, is a painter and printmaker who lives and works in Houston, Texas. His style can be described as a graphical interpretation of Color Field painting, an abstract style that emerged in New York City during the 1940s and 1950s; and Minimalism, which has its origins in various art and design movements. His work often creates illusions of three dimensionalities using overlapping shapes and shadows in various colors. His paintings and prints are being shown by a few US galleries and are still very accessible in price, ranging from $1,000- $15,000.

PWAA Recent Art Placements

PWAA is proud to have assisted clients with acquisitions of art ranging from 19th century masters to contemporary talents. Here are some of the highlights:

Gilles Marrey
Installation of Gilles Marrey
Pablo PIcasso
Jules Henner
Johan Jongkind
Julie Speidel
Installation of Julie Speidel and LeRoy Neiman

Museum and Art Fair Explorations
PWAA lead private tours of Photofairs SF, the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University and the Anderson Collection.
These tours were tailored to explore personal interests and expand knowledge of specific art. The current exhibit at the Asian Art Museum, Divine Bodies, is highly recommended.

Divine Bodies   March 9 - July 29, 2018

Bringing historical paintings and sculptures from mainly Hindu and Buddhist traditions together with contemporary photo-based work, Divine Bodies invites you to ponder the power of transformation, the possibility of transcendence and the relationship of the body to the cosmos.

Upcoming Events tour

 PWAA will be hosting private tours of the following upcoming events. If you are interested in scheduling a tour, please click here.

Art Market San Francisco
Fort Mason / April 26-29
SFMOMA    May 19 – October 28
Rene Magritte - The Fifth Season
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