The Winter Art Salon at Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley
Join us for an exclusive opportunity to experience an opulent display of artistic talent. Guests will see spectacular works and meet internationally acclaimed artists in an elegant setting as they leisurely browse to add to their collections. It is a unique cultural offering in the height of our ski season that ultimately benefits free art education.
Susan Swartz explores the landscape through potent colors and richly layered abstract paintings. With her evocation of coastal splendor and mountain drama, Swartz follows in the tradition of the great German painters, 19th century Romantic sage Caspar David Friedrich, and 20th century icon Gerhard Richter. She is inspired by the intersection of art, nature and spirituality.
Linda Lee Johnson's passion for jewelry and design manifested at an early age, and while she studied English at Berkeley and went on to become a theater actor in New York City, her love for jewelry design drew her to the New York Studio of Jewelers to study in 1984. It wasn’t long before Johnson’s gold and platinum pieces were in the MoMA Design Store, then Tiffany’s & Co., and finally Barney’s New York where her jewelry is now exclusively sold.
Alexandra Hart is known for her sophisticated and artful couture jewelry and metal sculpture. With both Bachelor's and Master's degrees in art and metalsmithing, with fashion experience designing for Lagerfeld and Givenchy jewelry, and with fine jewelry design and manufacturing with Barbara Heinrich Studio, she has achieved the synergy among artistic inspiration, high design and skillful craftsmanship that many artists spend their entire careers chasing.
Belgravia Gallery of London presents His Royal Highness Prince Charles Lithographs
His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales’s Signed Lithographs are based on his watercolors.
The lithographs have covered subjects such as the beautiful royal homes, Balmoral, Sandringham, Highgrove and Windsor Castle, together with landscapes of the Prince’s favorite places, including Yorkshire, Greece, Klosters, Arabia and Scotland which capture the Prince’s love for the natural beauty of the countryside wherever he is.
Holsten Galleries presents Dale Chihuly Glass Sculptures
Dale Chihuly is widely recognized as the world’s premier glass artist and has been the subject of many books, critical essays and PBS specials. Chihuly glass sculpture can be found in over 150 major museums, including the Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Louvre, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Corning Museum of Glass, the Tacoma Glass Museum, the Mint Museum in Charlotte, North Carolina and the Whitney Museum.
Belgravia Gallery of London presents artwork by Nelson Mandela
Throughout history few have left so indelible an imprint on the international stage as Nelson Mandela. This collection of drawings and the handwritten motivations he wrote to accompany the works are of great historical significance. They show a man who is determined that his art would reflect his personal philosophy of showing grace and conciliation, while not forgetting the past.