After several months of preparation, the first annual Rocky Mountain Art & Antiques Show is ready to open in the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah from November 14-16. They have gathered some top Utah artists and their artworks, like the legendary artist Arnold Friberg, the signed Designer Dolls of Marie Osmond, renowned Utah landscape artist Anton “Tony” Rasmussen (you’ve seen his murals at the SLC airport), and many other extremely talented contemporary artists and photographers.
The show also showcases a great collection of original etchings, woodcuts, engravings, lithographs, antique prints and limited editions of world-class art masters like Rembrandt, Durer, Rubens, Cézanne, Renoir, Picasso, Dali, and Chagall exhibiting for sale at the Show. The fine art & antique auction on Saturday November 15 will give art collectors an excellent opportunity to acquire those rare-find artworks from the art masters as well as original art directly from many talented contemporary artists.
In addition to the fine art section of the show, the Rocky Mountain Art & Antiques Show also presents a great collection of Victorian Age fine antiques, eighteenth century antique violins, early American & European Grandfather Clocks, Pre-Colombian American antiquities and fine ceramic works from ancient China.
You will also find signed Italian Art Glass, the last Henry Steinway-signed Steinway Piano, and the fine craftsmanship of antique and collectible cars made by Ford, Chevy, Lincoln, Cadillac, Mercedes, Jaguar, etc. at the show. And all these will be auctioned off in the exciting Fine Art, Antique & Collectible Cars Auction on Saturday November 15 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
The Rocky Mountain Art & Antiques Show is truly the Art & Antique Extravaganza of the year and something that art lovers and collectors will continue to look forward to year after year.