Preview what’s in store for this weekend’s Print Fair attendees

Thursday, May 2, 2013

how to wipe a tearTo kick off the Fine Art Print Fair, Megan Barnhart of (returning) Print Fair dealer Jerald Melberg Gallery shares additional details about the range of works from the Gallery that this year’s Print Fair visitors (and buyers) can expect to see:

In business for over 30 years, Jerald Melberg Gallery prides itself on enjoying a fine reputation based on years of honesty and integrity among our colleagues and collectors. Among the artists represented by the gallery, there are those of such stature as Romare Bearden, the master American collagist of the twentieth century; Wolf Kahn, considered by many to be the premier living American landscape painter; and Robert Motherwell, one of the leaders of the American Abstract Expressionist movement. The professional staff at the gallery has over 100 years combined experience in the art field while owner Jerald Melberg has been involved in the visual arts for over 40 years. Before opening his gallery over 30 years ago, Melberg served as curator at the Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, North Carolina.

A variety of works from the gallery inventory will be exhibited at the Asheville Print Fair, such as works by:

Donald Baechler

Romare Bearden

Isabel Bishop

Raul Diaz

Rick Horton

Wolf Kahn

Robert Motherwell

Brian Rutenberg

Donald Sultan

Esteban Vicente

Steven Scott Young

Image (shown with post): Felicia van Bork, How to Wipe a Tear, 2012. Monotype collage, 22 x 22 inches. Courtesy of the Jerald Melberg Gallery.

For more details about Jerald Melberg Gallery:
704 365 3000
704 365 3016 f
www.jeraldmelberg.com
gallery@jeraldmelberg.com

Asheville Art Museum looks forward to hosting several highly regarded professional art dealers and galleries from across the country for this weekend’s upcoming Fine Art Print Fair, with each bringing a diverse selection of fine art prints for WNC residents and visitors to view and purchase. Consider adding to your personal art collection with one of the many fine prints showcased this weekend during our Second Annual Fine Art Print Fair (complete event details here). Also, enjoy an exclusive (ticketed) Preview Reception on Friday evening, May 3, from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the Museum’s East Wing. The Fine Art Print Fair will offer prints suited to meet diverse tastes and budgets, designed to foster an appreciation for art collecting by both novice and experienced collectors alike.