Alain Vaës  (French) 

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Alain Vaës, Roses and Robins

 

Alain Vaës
Roses and Robins
2011

George Adams Gallery
Alain Vaës, Crows and Toads

 

Alain Vaës
Crows and Toads
2011

George Adams Gallery
Alain Vaës, Baroque Snakes

 

Alain Vaës
Baroque Snakes
2011

George Adams Gallery

  Beziers, France 1952
  Emigrated to the U.S. 1981
  Lives in Peekskill, New York
  Education: École des Beaux-Arts, Montpellier, France
  Education: École National Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Nice, France
2012   “Artists’ Ink,” George Adams Gallery, New York, NY,
2011   “New Paintings,” George Adams Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
2010   “Watercolors,” George Adams Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
2003   “Co-op,” Casola Gallery, Peekskill, NY
2001   The Princess and the Pea, adaptation and illustrations, Little, Brown and Company
1997   “Masterpieces of Make-Believe,” deCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA
1996   “Watercolors,” James Cummins Fine Art, New York, NY (solo)
1996   29, Bump Street, story and illustrations, Turner Publishing
1995   “The Art of Enchantment,” The Norman Rockwell Museum, The Art Institute of Chicago, The Santa Fe Art Museum
1994   “Watercolors,” James Cummins Fine Art, New York, NY (solo)
1994   Reynard the Fox, adaptation and illustrations, Turner Publishing
1992   Puss in Boots, by Lincoln Kirstein, illustrations, Little, Brown and Company
1992   Sarah et Les Ours by Philippe Djian, illustrations, Nouvel Observateur
1992   “Puss in Boots,” the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, NY (solo)
1985   “Nutcracker Designs,” Fort Worth Art Museum, Fort Worth, TX (solo)
1985   The Wild Hamster, story and illustrations, Little, Brown and Company
1983   The Steadfast Tin Soldier, adaptation and illustrations, Little, Brown and Company
1982   The Porcelain Pepper Pot, story and illustrations, Little, Brown and Company
1982   “Watercolors,” Gallery at Booksmith, Boston, MA (solo)
1980   “New Paintings,” Galerie L’estuaire, Honfleur, France (solo)
1980   “Novembre à Vitry,” Foyer Cultural Municipal, Vitry, France