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Get out your pocketbooks: Collectors show is open

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click to enlarge George Boorujy, "Chatham Bend," ink on paper, PPOW Gallery.
  • George Boorujy, "Chatham Bend," ink on paper, PPOW Gallery.

The Arkansas Arts Center's annual "Collector's Show and Sale," artwork priced between $500 and $85,000 for discerning buyers both new and veteran, opens today.

The show, No. 49 at the AAC, features 150 works from New York galleries chosen by the Arts Center's Collectors Group. Among the works are Old Master drawings, 20th century and contemporary works on paper, and fine art jewelry.

click to enlarge "Mushroom Log," David Morrison, colored pencil on paper, Garvey Simon gallery
  • "Mushroom Log," David Morrison, colored pencil on paper, Garvey Simon gallery
Debra Force Fine Art, Godel & Co., Meredith Ward Fine Art, Kraushaar Galleries, Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe, George Adams Gallery, Berry Campbell, P.P.O.W. Gallery, Winston-Wächter Fine Art, and Pavel Zoubok Gallery are among the regular participating galleries. New galleries are Les Enluminures, which specializes in illuminated manuscripts and miniatures from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance, and contemporary art jewelry venue Gallery Loupe.

The show runs through Jan. 7.

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