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Connecting the Americas through contemporary art. Ford Fine Art specializes in buying, selling and consigning Latin American fine art.
Our current focus is Latin American Modern masters and contemporary artists in Central America. We bring provenanced pieces to our clients and collectors.
Suzanne Snider
235 N.E. 4th Avenue #101
Delray Beach, FL 33483
561-900-7167

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Latin American Art
First Friday Art Walk Special
Fri, 08/05/2016

“Latin American Art & Single Malt sampling” -
We will be sampling several single malts & a few bocas while enjoying some extraordinary art

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Ford Fine Art represents the work of the Central American and Latin masters but we also meet contemporary artists in their studios, establish deep relationships to bring provenanced, modern pieces to the market. Supporting Artists is our first goal so we can ensure the highest quality work for our clients. Visit our site, request additional information about artists and other art work for sale, purchase safely from this site or come see us at our gallery located at 260 NE 5th Ave. (US-1 South) Delray Beach, Florida. Open by appointment and most Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. To schedule an appointment, please call us at 561.900.7167. We are happy to help!

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“The freedom with which these artists mix classical and popular art-historical sources, kitsch and traditional images, archetypal and personal fantasies, constitutes a rejection of the concept of progress per se,” she explained.

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You don't have to be rich to buy art. Here's a helpful article about diving into the world of fine art without having to break the bank. Ford Fine Art represents artists and works with a variety of prices. We are always happy to help in any way. Open by appointment and most Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. To schedule an appointment, please call us at 561.900.7167.

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What makes abstract art good?! This question seems like some Zen Koan. I'll go with, how much does it COST?

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“ALL art is immoral,” said Oscar Wilde. He might have added that all art is emotional, including the buying and selling of it.

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To studio or not studio, that is the question?

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Happy Mother's Day from Ford Fine Art!

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Salvador Dalí was born on this day in 1904. His influence on Latin and Central American art, let alone the world at large, is undeniable - as was his flair for self-promotion.

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Speaking with Suzanne is always a learning experience on many levels. Her passion for life is reflected in her pursuit of art that moves her. She recently mentioned Nahúm Flores, a Honduran artist on the rise. Nahúm Flores’ works are executed randomly and intuitively by applying multiple layers of water based and organic materials, such as acrylic paint, gel medium, acrylic polymer, sand, ink, transfers and pencil. The drawings on the surface are a result of an alchemy of colours, rich textures and forms, which lure the mind with ideas and questions.

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Dispatches from Suzanne: "I often bring my framed artworks from our Delray Gallery to the Galeria here in Nicaragua when I come. It has never been a problem...until now! The 20 pieces of framed art - such as Enar Cruz watercolors, Villalobos monotipias, Mixed media by Xavier Fuentes, etc - sit in the customs area of the airport with their fate unknown. The hoops we are now jumping through with the Ministry of Culture are many and frankly, without reason. These are not works by dead or famous artists... they are not even Nicaraguan... yet they must be examined, measured, listed and authenticated for their Patrimony. Monday we will know if they can stay... and if I have to take them back to Delray there are even more hoops to jump through... and me with bad knees!"

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Ometepe is an island formed by two volcanoes (Volcán Maderas and Volcán Concepción) rising out of Lake Nicaragua in the Republic of Nicaragua. Its name derives from the Nahuatl words ome (two) and tepetl (mountain), meaning two mountains. It is the largest island in Lake Nicaragua. Here are two more pictures taken by Suzanne of this natural wonder.

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