We apologize for the delay in launching this issue. We are awaiting news from AFAS about a possible upcoming group show and were hoping to include it in the current edition. WATCH THIS SPACE... WE WILL ANNOUNCE THE SHOW HERE as soon as information is available.
2016 AFAS Pebble Beach Exhibition
The big story each fall is our report on the AFAS show at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. This issue is no exception as we present indepth coverage of the Society's 31st show..AFAS at Pebble Beach »
The AFAS show, and even the Pebble Beach Concours itself, is but a part of a large... and growing... week of activities on the Monterey Peninsula. Our regular contributor Wallace Wyss presents his personal views and tribulations as he makes the rounds during this year's week...Car Week »
Nicola Wood leaving AFAS
Long time AFAS member Nicola Wood has retired from active AFAS membership. We're sad to see her go because both she and her work were genuine originals and a great contribution to both the Society and our shows. We last reviewed Nicola's work in April 2015, take a look ...here » Best wishes Nicola.
Artist Profiles: Casey Hall
Our extensive coverage of both the AFAS show and Car Week has taken up a big bunch of space in the current issue. So our individual artist coverage is somewhat curtailed. We are however pleased to present the work of Casey Hall. You will find this story different and interesting... ...Casey Hall »
How to Apply for AFAS Membership
I have been on the AFAS Board for a number of years and currently serve on the Membership Committee. I know firsthand that we get a large number of requests for information on how to apply for membership. I asked the current chairman Tom Fritz if he could create a precise set of instructions for application... which he has done... ...How To Apply »
We are looking at an extended coverage of artists in our upcoming April 2017 issue including coverage of the work of the recently inducted AFAS Associate Member Sandrine Blondel.
We continue our indexing project of all contents right back to our very first issue. The Issues Index » has links to our archived issues organized by subject. Take a look. We are also going back to our earliest issues and reformatting them for use on small screens: but this will take a while.
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