Friday, December 21, 2012

Gaston Lachaise and more

Posted By on Fri, Dec 21, 2012 at 11:40 AM

Michael Waugh, "The American Jobs Act, part 2."
  • Michael Waugh, "The American Jobs Act, part 2."

Michael Waugh, The American Jobs Act, part 2.
  • Michael Waugh, "The American Jobs Act, part 2."
This week's Artnotes column offers a look at the "44th Collectors Show and Sale," which runs through Sunday, Dec. 30, at the Arkansas Arts Center. I couldn't quite cover all the works on exhibit (all offered for sale by several New York galleries), but I had to include the beautiful Gaston Lachaise drawing. Spend some of your Christmas vacation checking it out, especially if Santa left you a big fat wad of cash in your stocking.

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