Fine Art

Looking at her art, you probably wouldn’t guess she spent most of her life behind a computer monitor.

Downtown gallery Priscilla Fowler Fine Art marks a fresh start for its creator

February 23rd, 2017

Looking at her art, you probably wouldn’t guess she spent most of her life behind a computer monitor.

  • Vanessa and Elena Skye’s gallery, nestled within the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, has distinguished itself from its neighbors with its local roots.

  • Pairing 14 writers and 13 visual artists, A Room of One’s Own lauds the freedom of women to make art.

  • Transmutations is on display at Sahara West Library through March 18.

  • The former Las Vegan's second show in a month stimulates in unexpected ways.

  • A Plexiglass Stonehenge, a five-artist wake-up call and a crude display.

  • New art pieces make their debut, and the City issues a call to arts.

  • The 41 large-scale color photographs document the extraction, production, distribution and use of our most exploited resource.

  • The 78-year-old Oscar winner will unveil his collection of original acrylics and limited-edition serigraphs at Jeff Mitchum Galleries at the Bellagio today and at the ...

  • Who said Vegas doesn't have culture?

  • U+U Gallery at Institution 18b and Obsidian Fine Art and Jana's RedRoom at the Arts Factory are making moves.

  • The Rachel's Kitchen exhibit is eye-catching, inspired by the people and polychrome culture of Venezuela, where Leal grew up.

  • The road to the Art Museum at Symphony Park is twisting and, admittedly, still largely unknown.

  • Artworks by Van Gogh, Picasso and others are grouped together in a loose industrial-revolution theme.

  • The exhibit includes 21 pieces in oil, acrylic and even digital photography, all inspiring a similar feeling of wistfulness and wanderlust.

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