Fine American Art

Since 1985, Shuptrine’s (www.shuptrines.com and www.shuptrinesgallery.com) have provided over 30 years of experience for individual collectors, corporate art collections, and museum acquisitions. For more than 40 years, Gallery founders Alan and Bonny Shuptrine have been avid collectors, patrons, and enthusiasts of the arts. Alan Shuptrine, son of nationally renowned artist, the late Hubert Shuptrine showcases his father’s works, as well as those from nationally renowned artists such as Andrew Wyeth, Stephen Scott Young, Jane Peterson, and other 19th and 20th century artists. Believing in the young collector, Shuptrine’s layers in award winning contemporary artists such as Karen Brown, Hunter Eddy, Robert Calcagno, and many more. The Shuptrines are dedicated to working for the arts and for their clients, with exceptional service and genuine interest in the investment of fine art, one of a kind handmade framing, and restoration services for antique frames, or fine paintings. Alan Shuptrine LLC was formed in 2016 to cement the Alan Shuptrine brand. Shuptrine continues his relationships with museum and private collectors by offering his nationally recognized fine handmade framing, gold leaf gilding, and restorations, while now layering on new works in watercolor.  Most recently, his collection of watercolor paintings titled The Serpentine Chain is opening in May 2017 for a traveling museum exhibition that will be on display for the next two years.  He will continue to expand this body of work for a goal of 80-90 paintings, which will then be showcased in a coffee table book called The Serpentine Chain, a published collaboration with NY Times Best Selling author, Sharyn McCrumb.  Throughout the past 15 years of establishing himself as a prominent watercolor artist, Alan has received national recognition for his paintings through awards and national publications.  (Alan’s bio)  Collected in the United States, Japan, and England, Shuptrine will continue to expand his brand with skilled craftsmanship and appealing to a true collector’s eye.  For Mr. Shuptrine’s museum schedule and artist catalogue, click here:  Serpentine Chain information.