Michel Delgado's Paintings on view November 18-20 at the Javits Center

Michel Delgado joins 200 artists and artisans at the joint Contemporary Art Fair NYC/American Craft Show NYC the weekend before Thanksgiving at 39th Street and 11th Avenue in New York City. Children under 10 enter free.
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Nov. 9, 2011 - PRLog -- New Yorkers will see the work of Key West, Florida-based artist Michel Delgado at the Contemporary Art Fair NYC at the Javits Center the weekend before Thanksgiving.

Delgado, who originates from Senegal, says “Art always has been my rescuer, my liberator; creatively, emotionally, and spiritually. I'm a self-taught painter, able to create in any media, always painting work that is straightforward and personal; work coming from a place within me that is constantly loud and growing.”

Delgado continues “I fill my canvases with intense and basic colors, crisply painted shapes, and meticulous detail.  I make work without conventional representational techniques. I paint straightforward narratives, stories of my journey and memories of everyday experiences.

“I am in a powerful new place in my career as an artist.  The beginning of a painting had never been a comfortable place for me.  All the emotional and mental preparation would make me stiff.  Now, I have nothing to hold back and have found a new journey altogether; trusting in whatever will occur.”

For more information about Delgado visit http://www.micheldelgado.com/. For more about the art fair, visit http://www.americanartmarketingnyc.com

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Richard and Joanna Rothbard have directed art fairs and craft shows for over 30 years and operate the summer Berkshires Arts Festival and American Craft Show Sarasota in December. The Rothbards also own An American Craftsman Galleries, http://www.anamericancraftsman.com/, with three Manhattan locations—941 Madison Avenue; 790 7th Avenue (52nd Street) and 150 West 55th Street—as well as one in Stockbridge, Mass. and Savannah, Ga. Richard Rothbard, a craftsman who designs puzzle boxes of wood, owns Boxology (www.boxology.com), Slate Hill, NY.
Source:American Art Marketing
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