LIK Fine Art Miami / LIK Fine Art Key West Named Best Gallery Or Museum In Florida By American Art Awards
Each year the American Art Awards board selects the 25 Best Galleries And Museums In America.
HighlightHollywood.com reported in 2016: “The impressive AAA board chooses only one museum or gallery per state per year. Their selections are based on years established, industry reputation, online buzz, location, size, socially relevant exhibits, motivational and educational programs, represented artists as well as artist, client and visitor references.”
American Art Awards: “We consider thousands of the most established art venues from Alaska to Florida. This year we chose several museums and art centers with historical significance of 100+ years, some with over 100,000 annual visitors, some specializing in global acquisitions, some American treasures, others offering objects preserving their state’s legacy, and some celebrating one specific artist’s life work. We’ve also selected some of the most reputable art galleries; some which offer every style of international art, others exhibiting works from one region or one genre. A Native-American and an African-American facility are included in our Top 25, as well as a long-standing women’s design institution, a popular Boston sculptor’s co-op, and a Hollywood Warhol hot spot.”
LIK Fine Art Miami and LIK Fine Art Key West won the distinction of Best Gallery Or Museum In Florida, 2018, and placement in American Art Awards 25 Best American Galleries / Museums, 2018.
American Art Awards: “LIK Fine Art Miami and LIK Fine Art Key West beautifully showcase Peter Lik’s iconic masterpieces. Lik has over a dozen exceptional gallery locations and is the most successful photographer in the world, having sold upwards of $500 million. His brilliant works make up four of the top 20 most expensive photographs ever sold, the highest netting 6.5 million dollars. A self-taught trail-blazer in the competitive field of landscape photography, Lik has spent over 30 years setting the bar for photographic genius. His artistic and gallery accomplishments wow the collector as well as the industry. His work hangs everywhere there are walls, from homes to hotels to museums to castles. “
Peter Lik: “My goal has always been to reflect that in my galleries. I am grateful to AAA for supporting and believing in my vision, and to my talented staff at both spots for helping to share the beauty of our world.”
Lik’s passion for photography began during his childhood in Australia, where he grew up the son of Czech immigrants. He took his first photo at eight years old after his parents gave him a Brownie Kodak camera and he snapped a picture of a spider web in his backyard. In 1984, the then-25-year-old moved to the U.S., where he developed a passion for landscape photography and the panoramic camera. Lik has spent over 30 years pushing the boundaries of fine art. A self-taught pioneer in the field of landscape photography, he has become synonymous with pristine images of cascading waterfalls, ethereal mountain peaks and peaceful desert canyons. Amongst the hundreds of prestigious accolades and merits garnered over the years, Lik has been awarded the title of Master Photographer from both the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) and Professional Photographers of America (PPA). He has also been awarded fellowships from the British Institute of Professional Photographers (BIPP), The Royal Photographic Society (RPS) and most recently The American Society of Photographers (ASP).Lik’s masterworks include “Pele’s Whisper,” “Sacred Sunrise,” “Eternal Beauty” and the highly acclaimed “Ghost.” Lik’s images can be viewed in luxurious hotels, prominent estates, leading corporate offices and in all of his galleries around the United States.
www.AmericanArtAwards.com annually awards 25 museums and galleries in Spring, and with their critique in Autumn, awards 300 artists (painters, photographers, sculptors and digital artists).
ALL 25 BEST GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS HERE: https://www.americanartawards.com/2018-best-american-galleries-and-museums/