In this edition of Art Forms, we visit the rolling gardens and Dale Chihuly exhibition at the New York Botanical Gardens to interview a spokesperson about the seamless relationship between original art and gardening.
To celebrate the last day of the Affordable Art Fair, we have created a photo recap of all the excitement during the course of the week from the preview party to our final sale.
In the spirit of this week’s Affordable Art Fair in New York City and UGallery’s specially curated booth, in this edition of Art Forms, we visit with the Affordable Art Fair Director Vanessa Seis.
To get in the AAF spirit, here is an introduction to the ten UGallery artists represented at the Affordable Art Fair.
At UGallery, we are pleased to present our online collection in a welcoming and interactive pop-up store in Chicago’s Water Tower Place.
In this interview with novelist and art historian Dr. Noah Charney we examine the role of affordable art in today's society, take a look back at 17th century art trends, and discuss the positive and negative effects of technology on contemporary appreciation of art.
In a new blog series, we interview art consultant and advisor Alan Bamberger about art world trends and collecting art.