Art Collectors Mail Bag

Collectors Mail Bag: Pop Art Chiefs Helmet

Dec 23, 2008

This from Lawrence, an avid Fazzino collector, about Charles Fazzino. Thanks Lawrence. We LOVE getting emails like this one and thanks for sharing! –Julie I just wanted to send a note: There are no words to express how happy I …

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Collectors Mail Bag – Michael

Dec 15, 2008

My friend Michael sent me an email through my page on Facebook. I thought i would share it with all of you. It's really great to hear from people who are so touched by my 3d pop art. It reminds …

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Budding Artist Corlette

Dec 10, 2008

I met Corlette two weeks ago in New York City at a show i was doing. She came to the New York Dental Convention with her mother. She's a high school student and budding artist and i had the pleasure …

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You Can Hire An Artist

Dec 02, 2008

I have worked with a lot of talented artists over the years…one of the most talented is Kathy Benton. She's worked with me for so many years now that i've lost count. She's come up with a really unique way …

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Adam Szymkowicz

Oct 19, 2008

Adam used to work in our studio when he was going to school at Columbia for playwriting. Little did i know that we were in the presence of one of the greatest playwriters of the future. His “Food for Fish” …

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Collectors Mail Bag – USOC Gift Pin for Beijing

Oct 15, 2008

My Associate Julie received this note from Helene a few days ago after we helped her obtain the exclusive gift collectors pin that i created for the United States Olympic Committee. That pin is causing quite a stir. I saw …

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Collectors News and Mailbag

Oct 06, 2008

Congratulations to the New Featured Collector on our website, Judy Smith! Judy, it was nice to see you recently at the gallery show in DC and I’m so happy to see you as the new collector! I’m looking forward to …

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Collectors Mail Bag – Old Time New York

Aug 20, 2008

Last month, i received a note from alison about my New York Collection: “Still waiting for Charles to turn out one of his 3D masterpieces of the old New York of somewhere in the nineteenth century. It would feature schooners, …

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