Nicole Borgenicht

Nicole Borgenicht loves to write about art. Her pieces have been published in ArtVoices, Fine Art Connoisseur, Art Ltd., ArtWeekLA, Palm Springs Life, Desert ArtScene (Art Column) to name a few. She also writes children’s stories and screenplays. Whether fiction or nonfiction/abstract or representational/classical or jazz, each art form evokes a universal message. In this way all of the arts intersect.  View My Website

Latest Blogs

Palm Springs Air Museum Great Summertime Events

“ON AUG 5, WED at1:30 PM, a very SPECIAL chance to meet Tuskegee Airman Rusty Burns, and learn about the History of the Tuskegee Airmen, the all black fighter pilot squadron during World War Two” – Ann...

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For Art and Palm Springs Memorabilia head to SHAG: The Store

SHAG THE STORE: FOR ART AND PALM SPRINGS MEMORABILIA GALORE It's a gallery and retail shop! SHAG the store has a large selection of original fine art paintings and prints plus practical and fun Palm Springs...

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New Artistic Order With Empty Boxes at the Architecture and Design Center

Aggregrated Stacks by Artist Andrea Zittel Establishes New Artistic Order With Empty Boxes at the Architecture and Design Center   "Stacks" underlying theme of usable space and usable objects designed as art...

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Artistic Magic For The Home Or Office At Haya Modern Art Gallery

One way to jazz up any room is to stop in a Haya Modern Art Gallery and select an artsy touch of magic. From standing sculptures to paintings and pillows; the colors and designs add charm and flavor to any room. In...

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Summer Day Camp at Palm Springs Art Museum

Summer Day Camp at Palm Springs Art Museum If your family plans in Palm Springs include mornings playing golf or afternoons at the spa, the kids will be well taken care of in half or full day summer day camp. At Palm...

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Agua Caliente Cultural Museum Show on Section 14 of Palm Springs

Agua Caliente Cultural Museum Show on Section 14 of Palm Springs Section 14 in Palm Springs is a square mile parcel on the reservation land of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. It is the area from Indian...

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LEENA/JOSEPH ART Spirals and Shifts without Moving

In the art of Leena and Joseph, a painter and a sculpture, the surprise is how they respond to each other’s work as a matter of communication, but more importantly the way their creativity is bound together. Leena...

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Terra Gallery has Art and Learning in one Spot

Centrally located at South Palm Canyon and Arenas Road, Terra Gallery is an artistic, educational and whimsical art spot for everyone. Whether fanciful steel wall art, paintings or whimsical sculpture catches your...

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Artize Gallery Owner Also Collects the Fabulous Art She Sells

Since Artize Gallery owner Kelly Truscott collects the art her gallery shows and sells, the paintings she chooses are high quality works based on her sincere good taste. What surprised me most at this gallery is the...

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Photographs by Jaime Kowal: Subtle Illuminations of the Desert

Jaime Kowal takes a picture that transcribes a moment into art. While the desert appears differently to us, the viewer may feel as if they’ve been astral projected into the photograph’s sphere. The fact...

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Artistic Mystery at Pumpernickel Gallery

Obscure representations of art present the unknown at Pumpernickel Gallery. The subtle imagery portrays landscapes, seascapes, desert scenes, abstract scenes and flowers without revealing a specific place of origin...

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Celebratory Show and Scholarships from Desert Art Center

Celebratory Show and Scholarships from Desert Art Center By Nicole Borgenicht   Desert Art Center is presenting their 65th year in the Coachella Valley with a celebratory show of local artists who work in...

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The Creative Paradise at Lon Michels Gallery

The Creative Paradise at Lon Michels Gallery By Nicole Borgenicht   It is an experience walking into Lon Michels Gallery, with art that invites the viewer into a variety of fantasy worlds. Not only is it a...

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Professional Ceramic Artist Gallery Studio Owners Also Teach Technique at Silica Studios

Professional Ceramic Artist Gallery Studio Owners Also Teach Technique at Silica Studios By Nicole Borgenicht A special working relationship is customary at Silica Studios where professional artists and students...

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Ever-changing Perceptions at Wind of Art

Ever-changing Perceptions at Wind of Art By Nicole Borgenicht Francisco Totó Vargas is an artist, gallery owner and documentarian, with a unique creative spirit that encompasses a shared beauty....

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Kenny Irwin Blasts Off at Gallery 446

Kenny Irwin Blasts Off at Gallery 446 Written by Nicole Borgenicht Photos by Dimitri Halkidas With a trend of contemporary art, animals in pop art and the overall growing fascination of new technology in all...

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Fashion Jewelry and Assorted Artistry at Made-that Design Gallery

`           Fashion Jewelry and Assorted Artistry at Made-that Design Gallery...

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Art Without Perimeters at Woodman/Shimko Gallery

The Woody Shimko Gallery is not about representing any specific coast or continent from the east to the west, instead it is all encompassing. He selects artists of abstract and representational paintings,...

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“Summoning Ghosts” is Hung Liu’s Memorial And Cultural Awareness

“Summoning Ghosts” is Hung Liu’s Memorial And Cultural Awareness By Nicole Borgenicht Growing up in China, Hung Liu’s art pays homage to the Chinese Cultural Revolution...

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Expository Watercolor Demonstrations, Show and Sale at the Palm Springs Air Museum

Coachella Valley Watercolor Society president Pat Kodet has designed the upcoming show to comprise of demonstrations that will enlighten art aficionados and painters alike. CVWS Publicity Chair Cindy Mason describes the...

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