• Steve Kaufman Art + More by Diana Vachier

  • About Diana Vachier

    Diana Vachier is an art enthusiast with a passion for pop art and Steve Kaufman Paintings. She is the owner of American Pop Art, Inc., and a longtime friend of the late Steve Kaufman.

    American Pop Art, established in 2000 and incorporated in 2005, is honored and proud to work exclusively with the art of Steve Kaufman. Please click on the painting above for additional information about Steve and to view his available works.

    Blog posts edited by Leslie Gonzalez.

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Steve Kaufman: An Art Thesis

Serena Bobbo, a alumnus at the University of Trieste in Italy, presented her student thesis in February 2015 titled “Steve Kaufman E La Pop Art” (Steve Kaufman and Pop Art), the result of extensive research in preparation for her Bachelor’s degree in Historical and Cultural Heritage and Conservation of Cultural Assets. Above, Serena is pictured … Continue reading

Reflections: Steve Kaufman Art Photography

“Steve and Me” is the convergence of pop art by the late Steve Kaufman with reflection art photography by Nik Pichler.  This project was the result of teamwork by Diana Vachier, Alberto Panizzoli, and additional supporters from the U.S. east coast, west coast, and Europe.  The exhibition will be held from March 6-14, 2015 at … Continue reading

“American Pop Art: Icons” by Photographer Roberto Srelz

Steve Kaufman (1960-2010) often made art of art. Inspired by the late Steve Kaufman, talented photographer Roberto Srelz introduces his modern interpretation of “American Pop Art: Icons” with a series of photographic and graphic art composites using Steve Kaufman art as a backdrop. The exhibition was held October 2 through November 1, 2014 at Caffè … Continue reading

Steve Kaufman Art at Hotel Sans Souci Wein

    The Sans Souci Wein is a spectacular boutique hotel and hotspot featuring original artwork by Steve Kaufman, Allen Jones, and Roy Lichtenstein, and located in Vienna, Austria’s artsy Spittelberg district just minutes from MuseumsQuartier. Phillipe Starck design group Yoo recently restored and redesigned this 1872 historical building, merging Viennese architecture with modern design, and … Continue reading

Steve Kaufman Art at Hotel George, Washington DC

    We wanted to share how Steve Kaufman (SAK) pop art adds vibrance and sharp color to the inviting, modern atmosphere and hip amenities at the Hotel George in downtown Washington, DC. Located in the heart of the Capitol Hill business district and convenient to Union Station, The Hotel George is a bold boutique … Continue reading

Steve Kaufman art featured in Home & Design magazine

       The explosive color of Steve Kaufman art was recently featured in the March-April 2013 issue of Home & Design, the magazine of architecture and fine interiors. The article, titled “Modern Clarity: A cutting-edge custom home near Annapolis celebrates its owners’ art collection and views of the South River,” may be accessed here:  http://www.homeanddesign.com/article.asp?article=21411 A complementing … Continue reading

Steve Kaufman’s Homage to Van Gogh Featured by TQ Arts

We noticed Steve Kaufman’s homage to Van Gogh, “Vincent Van Gogh Montage on Canvas” was featured in a recent blog post by TQ Arts titled, “Van Gogh Unusual Painting Now Authenticated at Museum de Fundatie.” The blog post discusses the painting, “Le Blute-Fin Mill,” which was recently authenticated as a work of Vincent Van Gogh. … Continue reading

Marilyn in the Sheets by Steve Kaufman

Art Investment

More than half of the highest prices ever paid at art auctions have occurred in the last 5 years,* when the global economy all but collapsed.  We can tell you that since the launch of AmericanPopArtInc.com just over a year ago, the value of Steve Kaufman’s art has more than tripled.  Beginning investors may want … Continue reading

Another Look at Art and Money

In response to the recent article “Art Values or Money Values?” by Donald Kuspit, we feel that art is still the best investment to make.  Stocks and bonds are always fluctuating.  The economy is currently unstable, yet art has never fluctuated and has only gone up in value.  Kuspit’s article may be referenced here:  http://www.artnet.com/magazineus/features/kuspit/kuspit3-6-07.asp . … Continue reading

Remembering Artist LeRoy Neiman

Today we mourn the loss of artist LeRoy Neiman, best known for his colorful, energetic images of the Olympics and other sporting events, but also known for painting animals, locations, lifestyle images, and people.  We cannot help but note Neiman’s commonalities with Steve Kaufman.  A boxing enthusiast, LeRoy Neiman chronicled Muhammad Ali and Sylvester Stallone.  Neiman … Continue reading