Local Roaring Fork Valley Artists Exhibited in Art Basel - Aspen Real Life

Local Roaring Fork Valley Artists Exhibited in Art Basel

This week, local Roaring Fork Valley artists are exhibiting their artwork at Aqua Art Miami through the Aspen Art Collective. The Aspen Art Collective supports and fosters many artists in their chosen fields and provides opportunities for free and low-to-no commission shows, a broad range of exposure, and additional perks not often available to a host of artists.

Recently we went to the launch of the Aspen Art Collective at Jimmy’s Bar & Restaurant and saw the works of six of the 14 artists heading to Art Basel. It was there where we met the Founder of Aspen Art Collective, Madeline Dunn, an independent art broker based in Aspen. Madeline creates contacts and opportunities for the artists within the collective. The idea arose out of a perceived lack of physical space to show art coupled with a thirst to provide opportunity for new emerging artists. After being inspired at Art Basel in Miami, Madeline decided there is no better time than now.  And so, the model was born.

Local Roaring Fork Valley Artists Exhibited in Art Basel

Madeline is your connection to new networks, sought-after commission sales, public speaking and teaching opportunities and more.  Be sure to follow both our @AspenRealLife Instagram stories as well as @aspenartcollective to stay abreast of their journey.

Want your work to be considered?  Contact them here: http://aspenartcollective.com/

Watch Our Interview with Madeline Dunn, Founder of the Aspen Art Collective.

https://youtu.be/S9f0E1uM0Cc

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