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Art Naples International Contemporary Art Fair 2011

Keeping in theme of three dimensional, brightly colored works is this glass art by the Berengo Studio of Italy. Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.

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Keeping in theme of three dimensional, brightly colored works is this glass art by the Berengo Studio of Italy. Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.

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  • A massive red sitting Buddha by Veronique Guerrieri greets visitors entering the center exibit area and helped set the creative tone of a show that included lots of Three D pieces.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • Elsar Roth looks over 'Enjoying the Moon' by Vietnamese artist Trinh Quoc Chin represented by Judith Hughes Day of New York.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • 'Winged Torsos' made of powdered marble and resin by Angela Lergo of Spain.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • Keeping in theme of three dimensional, brightly colored works is this glass art by the Berengo Studio of Italy. Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • A huge bust by Javier Marin made of a mixed media containing resin polyester drew a crowd.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • Andy Warhol's 'The Paris Review' represented and explained by Greg Lacks.  Its a 1967 original done for a fundraiser.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • Le Thanh Sun's 'Early Morning' is one of this successful Vietnamese artist's work on display.  Collectors like Prince Andrew and Bill Gates also own his work.  Represented by Glenn Aber of Rye, NY.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • Naples artist Kerri Meehan and sister in law Debi Beauregard admire larger than life 'Breaking Face' by Martin Varowho has an upcoming exibition at theGalerie du Soleil. Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • 'Ellipse Eclipse' a moving piece of Art by Tom Brewitz and constructed of stainless steel slowly ocillated during the show.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • 'Getalong' a horse of wood & steel framing then coated with cowboy and Indian figureines fronts John Carroll Long's display.  John's wife Andrea Clark Brown a gallery owner explained that John likes to incorporate a social theme or two into each piece.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • A crowd of art enthusiasts paused to look over this acrylic on canvas by Terry Krumm.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • Soon as the doors opened, they came.  Before long the show buzzed with activity, introductions and intense conversation over the amazing collection on hand.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • Photography on display includes that by Connie Bransilver whose international travels and local work often illustrate books and other documentaries.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • Naples artist Nicholas Petrucci shares the story behind his work and manages a few chuckles with from left to right Dorothy S., Pat D., and Julie G.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • A hot sculpted glass figure from the Habitat Galleries display sparkles in its snug corner location.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • Iconic portraits including one of Salvadore Dali capture the eye.  By Ceravalo a 30 year veteran artist from New York.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • Another of Veronique's red resin works fronts solid bronzes by Jacques LeBescond.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • An extremely interesting guitar of 11 layers of fused glass by Miriam di Fiore of Italy who often uses found object as a basis for art.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • G.G. Dean and John Dean enjoy coffee while fronted by life sizes bronze statues, artist Hannecke Beaumont.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.

The Art Naples International Contemporary Art Fair runs from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. March 18-20 and 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. March 21 at the Naples International Pavilion located at 4835 Immokalee Road in Naples. One-day admission is $10 in advance; $15 at door; multi-day passes are $15 in advance; $20 at door. Call 239-949-5411.

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