Fine Art Enterprises

Fine Art Enterprises is an American company that runs Fine Art Gallery in Soquel, California, the largest such gallery in the Monterey Bay area.Fact|date=February 2008

The gallery was established in Maui, Hawaii, in 1984, and later moved to 3100 Porter Street within walking distance of Soquel's downtown. [ [http://www.fineartspot.com/info.php Fine Art: About Us ] ] Outside stands a sculpture of a large red horse created by kinetic sculpture artist Fred Prescott. [ [http://www.arton5th.com/prescott/bio.html Frederick Prescott | Art on 5th ] ]

The collection includes works of Yaacov Agam, Marc Chagall, Scott Jacobs, Thomas McKnight, Joan Miro, Alexandra Nechita, Claude Pissarro, Dr. Seuss, and Itzchak Tarkay. [ [http://www.new.fineart-e.com/artists/ Fine Art: Artists ] ] The gallery's newest additions include a room devoted to the works of M.L. Snowden, known for her bronze sculptures in the technique and style of Auguste Rodin [ [http://www.mlsnowden.com/History.htm M.L. Snowden ] ] , and Winston Goodfellow, famous for his photographs of classic cars and Supercars. [ [http://www.winstongoodfellow.com/biography.html Biography ] ]

References

External links

* [http://www.fineartspot.com Fine Art Enterprises Website]
* [http://www.flickr.com/photos/23385279@N06/ Fine Art Enterprises Inventory on Flickr]
* [http://www.youtube.com/fineartspot Fine Art Enterprises Gallery Tour and Videos]


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