Brewhouse Gallery Shows New Artwork, Shares New Brews and Slips in Fun

The walls of The Brewhouse Gallery’s have new pieces of art!   Part eclectic hipster lounge/part modern New York art gallery, it’s a creative space to hang out, sip a brew, hold a meeting, share ideas, listen to music and appreciate local art. Free Wi-Fi and comfortable furniture (that is also for sale) make you feel right at home.  In addition, there are new taps and new artists! The Rickie Report sensed it from the beginning…The Brewhouse Gallery is more than an art gallery… AJ Brockman’s vision has truly created a community in Lake Park.  The Rickie Report shares some highlights for the end of December through January.  Don’t miss Whiskey Wasps’ live performance, Meet the Artist Night with Special Gift Certificates, Vintage Bike Night and Suga Wack for the Sunday night Jazz Series!

 

 

 

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AJ Brockman: Cofounder – Gallery Curator

ART + COFFEE + CRAFT BEER

Tuesday through Sunday

10 am – 11 pm

 

561.771.1641 | Facebook | BrewhouseGallery.com

Somethins’ Brewin at 720 Park Ave., Lake Park, FL 33403

 

 

ARTISTS OPEN HOUSE 

Thursday, December 18th    6:30

 

Our New Artists:

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Next artist Open house is Thursday, January 29th!

 

FEATURED ARTIST:  Phil Fung 

Artwork by Phil Fung

Artwork by Phil Fung

 

 The Brewhouse Gallery would like to recognize the Fine Art of Phil Fung. A longtime friend of the Brewhouse Family, Phil is a Miami-born artist of Chinese-Jamaican descent whose colorful paintings represent his unique upbringing and positive view of the world. Phil has made quite a name for himself in the Miami art scene as a featured artist at Art Basel and has had some extremely high-profile clients including, The Obama Administration, Intercontinental Hotel, BMW, Delano Hotel and more.

 

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Phil Fung’s “Penguin Art Museum”

 

 

We are lucky to have him joining us Wine & Design with Phil Fung @ The Brewhouse Gallery. No experience required!! Paint step-by-step alongside Phil, learn painting techniques, and have a great time while sipping on your favorite beverage. Check the Brewhouse website for the next dates in January and in February!   You can also order more of Phil’s work online at : http://www.philfungstudio.com/store/

 

 

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Epic Trivia Wednesday with Think and Drink Trivia at The Brewhouse Gallery from 7 to 9! It’s a great time, a really great time, a really great and wonderfully fantastic time… We promise!

 

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Wynwood Brewing

Wynwood Brewing’s Craft Beers

 

 

Check out our Wynwood “Tap Spotlight” @ The Brewhouse Gallery. The brewery is located in the heart of the Miami arts scene and they have been huge supporters of the Brewhouse family from day one. The first craft beer we ever poured was their blonde ale “La Rubia”. Did you miss the release “Death of Elvis” – a bacon, peanut butter and banana porter that has never been released outside the brewery? 

 

 

 

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We proudly serve French Press, Lattes, Cappuccinos, and other coffee creations made with locally roasted beans sourced directly from the growers. We also whip up a killer Cuban espresso.  By night we offer craft beer from the finest Florida microbreweries, including Due South, Monk in the Trunk, and Cigar City, along with a selection of favorite wines.

 

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LIVE MUSIC

Live music every Friday and Saturday!

 

LAST SUNDAY NIGHT  of the MONTH

JAZZ SERIES

 

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 The Whiskey Wasps Playing on January 9th!

 

Musical performances, poetry readings, painting classes, and other assorted nighttime events keep things lively and we are quickly becoming one of the most well-respected live music venues in all of South Florida. Check our Events page to see what’s brewin’ next.

 

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Hungry?

Although we don’t cook food, we have food trucks stopping by every Friday and Saturday evening, and throughout the week you can order from local restaurants that deliver right to our door.

 

 

UPDATED SCHEDULE

Monday – closed

Tuesday – Musician Spotlight “singer-songwriter in the round” – 7 to 10 pm

Wednesday – trivia night – 7 to 9 pm

Thursday – open mic night – 8 to 11 pm

Friday – live music – food truck – 8 to 11 pm

Saturday – live music – food truck – 8 to 11 pm

Sunday – just come and hang with us!

 

 

For more information about The Brewhouse Gallery please contact :

info@BrewhouseGallery.com or call 561.771.1641

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Somethins’ Brewin at 720 Park Ave., Lake Park, FL 33403

 

 

 

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The Rickie Report

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Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

Call to Artists: Sneakers and Canvas

CONTINUUM is a pop-up art gallery in the Downtown City of West Palm Beach, Florida that is run by A.T.B. Fine Artists & Designers LLC (ATB) from January 21 – February 8, 2015. ATB has worked with the founders of ArtSynergy to create a gallery in the heart of downtown West Palm Beach during the weeks of ArtPalmBeach (January 21 – 25) and the American International Fine Art Fair (February 3 – 8) with the purpose of attracting local and out of town art buyers to a source of community artists. ArtSynergy will be coordinating other art exhibits and events at art districts throughout the county during this time period.   The Rickie Report shares this CALL TO ARTISTS.  Attention Art Patrons and Art Lovers:  Save these dates to experience ArtPalmBeach/Art Synergy!

 

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 501 Fern Street       West Palm Beach, FL

(10 minute walk from the Convention Center)

 

 

 

 

Artist Opportunity:

Decorated Sneakers

and

Sneaker-themed Canvas!

 

The opening night for CONTINUUM

V.I.P. Black Tie and Sneaker Charity Affair

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

6:00 – 11:00 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

Sneakers from Continuum, 2014

Sneakers from Continuum, 2014

 

The event is to benefit Faith’s Place Center for Education Inc. Faith’s Place is an organization that provides educational services to the community, offering pre-school (VPK), homework assistance, tutoring, and after school arts enrichment programs.

 

Donations to Faith’s Place will be the suggested admission at the door of a new pair of sneakers, as well as the auctioning off of artist-decorated sneakers and canvases.

 

Artists may choose to decorate a pair of sneakers or a 14” x 14” canvas, both of which will be provided by A.T.B. Fine Artists & Designers.

 

The decorated sneakers and sneaker-themed canvases will be sold through a silent auction during the Black Tie and Sneaker Charity Affair.

Sneakers from Continuum, 2014 by Anthony Burks,Sr.

Sneakers from Continuum, 2014 Created by Anthony Burks, Sr.

Artist Agreement

  • Sneaker Fee: $40 Canvas Fee: $25 (both fees are non-refundable)
  • Fees must be paid to ATB Fine Artists & Designers, LLC.
  • Payment should be made via PayPal. Visit continuumWPB.blogspot.com under “Sneaker Call to Artists” to access PayPal.
  • Your payment will be your commitment to decorating sneakers or painting a canvas.
  • Payment should be made no later than December 21.
  • Sneakers and canvases can be picked up at Harold’s Coffee Lounge, 509 Northwood Road, West Palm Beach, on December 23 at 6:00 p.m.
  • Sneakers must be tastefully designed and appropriate for this event.
  • Canvas artwork must be in a sneaker theme.
  • ATB will notify artists of the delivery date and delivery location of the decorated sneakers and canvases.
  • The date will be around January 19, 2015, but earlier delivery is preferred.
  • Once you deliver the sneakers and/or canvas, they are the property of ATB. If the items are unsold, they will be used in next year’s auction.
  • The artist will receive 40% of the proceeds, as they will be split 40/40/20 (charity/artist/gallery). If a client pays with a credit card there will be a 3.5% charge per transaction.

 

Please sign and return this to ATB on the day of artwork delivery.

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Artist                                                                          Date

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Coordinator                                                            Date

 

ATB manages the CONTINUUM gallery and this Call to Artists. The West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority is a CONTINUUM sponsor who will provide logistical responsibility for the space and additional PR for the exhibition.  For more information please contact: A.T.B. Fine Artists & Designers LLC    703 39th Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33407   561-714-6674   info@atbfineartists.com

 

For more information about other ArtSynergy events and art exhibit opportunities, go to www.artsynergypbc.com

 

 

 

 

Sneakers in Continuum, 2014 by Caron Bowman

Sneakers in Continuum, 2014 by Caron Bowman

For coverage of your events, to place an advertisement, or speak to Rickie about appearing in The Rickie Report, contact The Rickie Report at:

Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

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Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

Palm Beach Home Interiors Art & Design Offers New Creative Classes and Welcomes New Artists

Palm Beach Home Interiors Art & Design is happy to announce that “Meditation on Canvas” classes are resuming in January on Thursday nights from 6 pm til 9 pm. These classes are designed to ignite creativity and offer a way to relieve stress at the same time. Everyone can benefit from participating!  In addition, visitors can enjoy the artwork of two community-based artists, Bobby and Maria Gugliuzza.   The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.  A gift certificate is always a great idea!

 

 

 

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Palm Beach Home Interiors, Art & Design

706 Lake Avenue

(Note new address)

Lake Worth, FL 33460

(561)249-7002

 

 

 

Palm Beach Home Interiors Art & Design is happy to announce that “Meditation on Canvas” classes are resuming in January on Thursday nights from 6 pm til 9 pm. These classes are designed to ignite creativity and offer a way to relieve stress at the same time. Everyone can benefit from participating! Classes are $50.00 per class or $180.00 for four classes. Owner, Jana Costa, tells The Rickie Report, “We are taking very small classes so don’t wait to sign up. In fact NOW would be a good time to secure your spot”.

 

 

Jana shares more news, “Also here at PBHI…Art & Design we are welcoming two new artists into our midst. Both are members of the Wellington Art Society. They are joining our current artist Bobbin Salisbury who is also a member of WAS.

 

 

 

“Live” by Maria Gugliuzza

“Live” by Maria Gugliuzza

 

The art of Bobby and Maria Gugliuzza brings bright colors as well as the beauty of realistic paintings and drawings. Bobby is otherwise known as “Bobby G” for his musical talent. He is not only an awesome artist he’s a singer/songwriter and amazing musician”.

 

 

 

Wall of Art by Bobby & Maria Gigliuzza

 

 

 

Maria Gugliuzza is a decorative painter and muralist. She has done residential artwork throughout Palm Beach, New York City, Long Island, Miami and Trinidad.

 

“Free Bird” by Bobby Gigliuzza

 

 

 

Bobby G will be playing right in front of our store at 706 Lake Avenue, Lake Worth on multiple occasions starting officially on December 19 from 6pm til….he stops???

 

 

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Come to Lake Worth for Evening on the Avenue and enjoy one of our restaurants and cruise down to where the best live music is coming from! Palm Beach Home Interiors…Art & Design, 706 Lake Ave.

 

 

“Desert Canyon” by Bobby Gigliuzza

“Desert Canyon” by Bobby Gigliuzza

 

 

For more information about “Meditation on Canvas” or becoming an artist whose work is shown, please contact Jana Costa:

Call (561) 249-7002 store  Or (561) 255-8271 (cell) to make an appointment.

Visit PBhomeinteriors.com or email pbhiconsignment@hotmail.com

 

 

For coverage of your events, to place an advertisement, or speak to Rickie about appearing in The Rickie Report, contact The Rickie Report at:

Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

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Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

“Collaborations and Mixed Mediums” is Coming! CALLING ALL ARTISTS NOW

 Jonathon Ortiz Smykla and Evelyn Ortiz Smykla of OSGS have a BIG dream. “Collaborations and Mixed Mediums” is a charitable Fine Art Exhibition that will take place at the CCE (Center for Creative Education) building on 24th Street in Northwood Village. The Opening Reception night is March 7th and the exhibit will run the entire month of March. OSGS Gallery is the Host Gallery and Jonathon Ortiz-Smykla is the show’s producer.  The Rickie Report believes that you have to dream BIG in order to succeed, so we are sharing this CALL TO ARTISTS!!!!  Attention Art Patrons: Mark your calendars now for this Spectacular event!

 

 

 

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TRR:  Why is March 7th Opening Reception such a big deal?

JOS:

The Sponsorships are Big!  From the moment you arrive there will be Valet on hand and a Red Carpet Entry with a step-and-go photo opportunity! At the door there will be a suggested donation for the CCE, but that is small peanuts compared to the offerings ahead… The Entry will flow the attendees directly through the Exhibition, which is the highlight of the evening. I am trying to highlight Collaboration works so I am very interested in Artists working together to show their skills. The other side of the exhibition is Mixed Mediums”.

 

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 TRR: What should attendees expect?

JOS:

“I am opening the Art Call to Artists so that I can also represent works to compliment Collaboartion pieces, maybe not necessarily Artist Collaborations but collaborations of mediums. That will also be open to installation work for consideration. To keep the evening lively, Tito’s Handmade Vodka will be on hand with a couple of specialty drinks, along with Table 427 for the culinary treats. C-Keys Recording and Vinyl will be providing the evening’s musical entertainment. Easel Art has graciously donated some materials so there will be Artists present who will be Collaborating, Live”.

 

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“This will clearly be the biggest event that is currently lined up for March. So after we’ve all settled down from the Art Fair stretch in South Florida, we can take a moment to celebrate and highlight our Local Talent while helping a charity that teaches and nurtures children’s learning abilities through the Arts. That is reason enough to get excited about this event, it just so happens that I’m providing a social scene to accompany the evening.”

 

 

 

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TRR: How can more people (art lovers, art patrons and      local vendors) get involved?

JOS:

“I’m still reaching out for additional sponsorships to round out the evening but the most recent has been the West Palm Beach CRA and other Northwood area merchants. Interested vendors and artists should contact me now, so they will be included in the massive marketing and publicity campaign preceding this event! “

 

 

 

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CALL TO ARTISTS

 

Entry Fee and Payment Options:
$15 for Up to Two (2) submitted works
$5 for each additional submitted work

 

Payment:
Payment can be made via PayPal at OSGSart@hotmail.com
or
Send a Check, payable to:  OSGS    500 Northwood Rd.  Unit 1    West Palm Beach, FL 33404

 

Entries:

  • Images of submitted works to be sent via email to OSGSart@hotmail.com or mailed to the above address along with payment.
  • Entry images must be in .jpeg, .tiff, or .pdf format and no smaller than 100dpi and no larger than 2MB in size (images may be used in promotional materials).
  • Please specify in your Entry email your method of payment, your PayPal address if applicable, so we can match your entry with your payment.

 

Works to be accepted:
– Open Medium Collaborative Works
– Mixed Media Works (these entries do not have to be collaborative efforts among 2 or more artists, but       highlight collaborative mediums within the work)
– 3D Works (free standing or artist provided pedestal for exhibition)
– Indoor/Outdoor Installations (please contact host email for needs prior to submitting)

 

**All submitted 2D or hanging works must be wired and ready for hanging, loose flat work not framed (I.e. prints, photographs, etc..) will not be acceptable entries.**

Entry Date(s) – December 15th, 2014
Art Call Deadline – January 31st, 2015
Selected Artists will be notified of acceptance on or around Friday, February 13th.

Article of Reference to ‘Collaboration in Art‘:
http://faso.com/fineartviews/34275/collaboration-in-art-mutual-respect-mutual-work-mutual-exposure

 

Exhibition Opening Reception:

Saturday, March 7th, 2015    6pm-9pm

Visit for more details:

http://collaborationsandmixedmediums.blogspot.com/

 and for a full rundown of the Opening Reception Highlights (Not To Be Missed!)

**Dates and Times Are Subject To Change**

 

 

Visit this blogspot for full details :
http://collaborationsandmixedmediums.blogspot.com/

OR Contact

Jonathon Ortiz-Smykla

Evelyn Ortiz Smykla & Jonathon Ortiz-Smykla

OSGS Ortiz-Smykla|Gallery-Studio

p: 561-833-2223   e: OSGSart@hotmail.com

www.OSGSart.com
Find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/OSGSart

 

 

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Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

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Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

Debbie Mostel In Multiple Exhibits Locally With A Global Reach

Fashion jewelry designer Debbie Lee Mostel is back with “Pearls of Wisdom” and the “Liberty Line”.  She most recently had a productive journey through the art world creating large scale, award-winning paintings, sculptures, and contemporary fine art.  Assemblage artist, Debbie Lee Ridge comes full circle back into jewelry design with a force and a new brand presence: Debbie Lee Mostel. Her comeback lines, “Pearls of Wisdom” and “Liberty Line”, heralds the Strength of Women and is the conceptual soul of Debbie Lee Mostel’s bold new work.  The Rickie Report shares some of Debbie’s new designs and where her creations can be found.  In addition, Debbie’s Kinetic Sculptures will be showing!  Don’t miss her take on “global issues”.

 

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JEWELRY EVENT

Friday, December 19  11 am – 7pm

 

Rolando Chang Barrero Fine Art

 711 Lucerne Avenue       Lake Worth, Florida 33460

786-521-1199

Fridays through Wednesdays 11a.m.-7 p.m.   Closed on Thursdays

GLOBAL KINETIC SCULPTURE

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Opening Reception:  December 19th

 

Cultural Council of Palm Beach County

601 Lake Avenue     Lake Worth, FL 

Free and Open to the Public

"Techno Lazer Cufff" by Debbie Mostel

“Techno Lazer Cufff” by Debbie Mostel

 

 

Courage and confidence, striking design and simplicity of materials give Debbie Mostel’s jewelry an eternal quality she has long been noted for. Silver and gold, glass rods and globes and yes, intricate pieces from computer parts create sensual, organic, statement-making pop-art jewelry designed with the future in mind.

 

 

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Debbie Mostel’s Cuffs

 

Debbie Lee Mostel, BFA California College of the Arts and Pratt Institute in New York, was trained by master goldsmith, Ellen Broker, and master silversmith, Hans Christensen, of Copenhagen, Denmark. Early in her career, after a stint with Tiffany’s, Mostel formed her own company. Her work in the wholesale jewelry business brought her acclaim when her designs were carried by Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, Macy’s, Henri Bendel and Saks Fifth Ave.  Debbie’s jewelry was also seen in Richard Avedon’s fashion photographs.

 

 

Globe and "Liberty Line" earrings by Debbie Mostel

Globe and “Liberty Line” earrings by Debbie Mostel

 

 

Featured in dozens of magazines, Mostel’s work has depth and credibility. Her jewelry was photographed on top models such as Becky Johnson and has graced the cover of Vogue,Glamour, Bazzar, and the inside pages of the New Yorker Magazine, LA Magazine, the New York Times, Women’s Wear Daily, just to name a few.

 

Lu Ann Deliece Wearing a Debbie Mostel Cuff

Housewife of New York actress, Lu Ann Deliece Wearing a Debbie Mostel Cuff

Debbie Mostel bracelet worn by Remona Singer at the Mellinium Magazine Lounge

Debbie Mostel Bracelet worn by Remona Singer at the Mellinium Magazine Lounge

Woopie GOldberg wears Debbie Mostel cuff at Zang Toi Fashion Event

Whoopi Goldberg wears a Debbie Mostel Cuff at Zang Toi Fashion Event

 

 

Mostel’s work has been compared with illustrious designer Robert Lee Morris who came up during the same era as Mostel. Both designers have been influenced by the forms they find in nature and their interest in sculpting. Both love the feel and look of silver and perhaps one difference may be in the stunning simplicity of Mostel’s designs.

 

 

"Joyful Universe" by Debbie Mostel

“Joyful Universe” by Debbie Mostel

 

“Joyful Universe” will be on display at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County from Dec 16th–Feb 10th.  Debbie tells The Rickie Report, ” Upon creating this piece what occurs to me most profoundly is the beautiful planet we live on. Even with its changing political boundaries, ecological uncertainty, and polluted waterways our planet is a miracle in our Universe. I am A Science based thinker/Designer/artist who sees the blessings and wonders in every drop of water and behind every blade of grass. I don’t mean to get too sappy, but I do feel passionately connected to our Earth. Sadly, too many humans today are just out of touch with their home​.”

 

To see a video of Debbie’s “Lizard Globe” Click here.  The piece is exhibited at Rolando Chang Barrero Fine Art.

 

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"Lizard Globe" by Debbie Mostel

“Lizard Globe” by Debbie Mostel

 

 

Mostel’s national recognition is underscored by artist and writer, Bruce Helander who has supported her rise up the ladder. “Mostel takes the viewer on an anything goes journey” says Helander of her work. The Norton Museum of Art has featured Debbie Lee in their Art after Dark series. She is a member of the Artists of Palm Beach County, National Association of Women Artists (NAWA),Boca Museum’s Artist Guild, Lighthouse ArtCenter and Cultural Council of Palm Beach County.

 

 

"Mother of Exiles" by Debbie Mostel Currently on Exhibit at the Boca Museum Artist Guild Gallery in Delray Beach,FL

“Mother of Exiles” by Debbie Mostel Currently on Exhibit at the Boca Museum Artist Guild Gallery in Delray Beach,FL

 

 

 

 

 

 

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To see another Kinetic Sculpture by Debbie Please Click Here:

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Debbie’s “Globe Art” will be highlighted at the upcoming International Kinetic Art Exhibit and Symposium in Boynton Beach from February 6-8.

For more information on the 2015 International Kinetic Art Exhibit and Symposium, call (561) 742-6026, email ColesDobayd@bbfl.us or visit www.IntlKineticArtEvent.org.

 

 

 

JURIED SHOWS & AWARDS

 

Present Global Art Gallery, W.P.B.- SOLO Show- (2010)
Lighthouse ArtCenter -Landscape Show -Best in Show (2011)
Norton Museum of Art-Art after Dark-guest artist-Demo (2011)
Lighthouse ArtCenter -Contempo Show-Best in Show (2012)
City of Palm Beach Gardens -SOLO Show- (2013)
Activist Artista Gallery -Symbolism-(2012)
Red Dot Fair-Miami (2012)
S.E.Fine Arts Exibit-N.W. FL.State College, Niceville (2012)
Linus Gallery-Fantasy-Pasadena CA. (2012)
Artists of Palm Beach County – 5 shows and continuing
Rossetti Gallery -Summer Heat IV- Second Place (2013)
Palm Beach Fine Craft Show -West Palm Beach,FL.(2013)
East End Arts -“H20″ -Riverhead, New York (2013)
Riverside Arts Center -“Map-it”-, Ysplianti, MI.(2013)
Lighthouse ArtCenter- “Mother Ocean”-, Tequesta, Fl.(2013)
NAWA(National Association of Women Artists) “Women of NAWA Exposed” & “Introspections”(2013), Truth and Beauty (2012)more….
Rosetti Gallery- “Heat IV”- Wilton Manor, Fl -2nd Place (2013)
Kimble Art Center “Nature Underwater” Hobe Sound, Fl(2013)
Barrett Jackson Car Show -West Palm Beach (2013)
Lighthouse ArtCenter-D’Art for Art -Best In Show (2013)
Bruce Helander’s Spotlight on Talent-Lighthouse ArtCenter – Mr. Helander said “ Debbie you stole the show but because of conflict of interest (he was the curator at my representing gallery, Arthouse 429) I could not give you an award.” (2013)
Arthouse 429 Fall Show- (2013)
Art Loft- West Palm-Memories of Home- First Place- (2014)                                             Artigras-Jupiter FL(2013)                                                                                                                Lighthouse ArtCenter-Art of Association-First Place-2014                                                            The Artist Guild (Boca Museum)-Honorable Mention -2014                                                 Mandel JCC- Palm Beach Gardens, FL SOLO show -Liberty -Oct 2014                                  Cultural Council of Palm Beach County-Lake Worth,FL -Kinetic Art-Dec 2014 International Kinetic Art Show -Boynton Beach, FL -2015

 

For more information please visit:
www.debbieleemostel.com

or  debbiemostel@gmail.com

or call Debbie Lee Mostel  561-779-0030

 

 

 

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Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

Call to Artists PLUS An Opportunity to Learn with International Plein Air Painter, Hugh O’Neil

The Artists Association of Jupiter and A Unique Art Gallery announce a Call to Artists PLUS an opportunity to learn with a internationally acclaimed painter, Hugh O’Neil.  Hugh’s 2 day workshop is designed for beginners to advance painters.  If you are interested in Plein Air painting, this is NOT TO BE MISSED!  The Rickie Report shares the details and suggests you respond quickly, before spaces are filled.  The 2nd Annual Plein Air Jupiter Event is open for registration.  Cash prizes plus the incredible chance to be part of this re-emerging hot global trend in painting make this an exciting event.  The Rickie Report urges you to apply now!  For anyone who is looking for a warm climate to paint in February, this is the time and place!

 

 

 

 

Artists Association of Jupiter

&

A Unique Art Gallery

226 Center Street Suite 8 Jupiter, FL 33458

561-529-2748

 

 

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 CALL TO ARTISTS

2nd Annual Plein Air Event

 

 

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The Artists Association of Jupiter is a collaboration of artists who work together to promote the awareness of art and education to the community and surrounding counties. Its venue, A Unique Art Gallery, opened its doors in June of 2010. The gallery is staffed and operated with the help of volunteer gallery artists. Each month on the second Wednesday, the Gallery hosts special exhibits with a wine and cheese reception. We feature one or more of our artists with a portion of all sales benefiting different local charities.

 

 

Learn more about the organization, its artists and programs on the Association’s website, www.artistsassociationofjupiter.com

For more information on these event call or email the Gallery at 561-747-2024 or austinartglass@bellsouth.net

 

 

 

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Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery Presents “It’s A Dog’s Life”

This December, The Arts are Springing Up All Over Lake Worth!  The question is, “who let the dogs out?”  The Rickie Report has the answer:  Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery!  Art, art everywhere and new  activities each month are happening there.   “It’s A Dog’s Life” opens Friday Evening, December 19th from 6-10 PM at Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery. Featuring artists throughout Palm Beach County, this show is the Dog Lover’s answer to the successful Cat-O-Strophic Event, earlier in the season. From paintings and sculpture to jewelry and holiday ornaments, this show barks up the right trees.  Here are the details and some sneak peeks!

 

 

 

 

CLAY GLASS METAL STONE GALLERY

 

 

Presents

“It’s A Dog’s Life”

 

Opening:

 

Friday, December 19th  6-10 PM

 

15 South J Street     Lake Worth, FL

 

Exhibit Continues  Through December 31st

 

 

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“It’s A Dog’s Life” opens Friday, December 19, from 6-10 PM at the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery, 15 South J Street in Downtown Lake Worth. 40 artists from all over Palm Beach County have contributed works ranging from sculpture, fused and stained glass, photography, painting, jewelry, pottery. Ornaments and artist made accessories. The event is free to the public. The reception will include treats for both humans and their pets.

 

 

 

Photograph by Durga Garcia  (Buttons with this image will also be available)

Photograph by Durga Garcia (Buttons with this image will also be available)

 

“Equal Time”, was the cry from Dog Lovers, after the successful “Cat-O-Strophic Event” in October. Artists have come forward bringing both quirky and serious portraits in an endless variety of media. Many of these artists can be contacted in advance for custom portraits of individual, family pets and breeds. Unlike the “Cat-O” show, Canine enthusiasts are specific about breed preferences in their art.

 

 

 

Paper Cut Poodle by Nina Fusco

Paper Cut Poodle by Nina Fusco

This event is a fund-raiser for favorite, non-profit animal shelters or organizations. A donation will be sent to organizations in whose name works of art have been purchased. Patrons need only supply the gallery with contact information. The donations will be sent out at the closing of the show on December 31, New Year’s Eve. Artists will be available before or during the reception to discuss special portraits of dogs and dog breeds.

 

 

 

“Yorkie” by Karen Zuk Rosenblatt

 

 

 

 

Among the many artists participating in this event include internationally renowned artists with works at the white house, murals at zoos, photographs in world collections, sculptures in museums, and animal accessories in many homes in the region. Along with “Fine Art” paintings and sculptures, paper cuts, will be custom made dog collars, his and hers doggie bowls, doggie bags (custom art purses), doggie tree ornaments and doggie fused glass wind chimes. Prices range from $10 to $7500.

 

 

"Rasta Pup" by Vandy

“Rasta Pup” by Vandy

 

 

 

ClayGlassMetalStone Cooperative Gallery is sponsored by the Flamingo Clay Studio, a non-profit arts organization whose mission is to provide affordable studio and gallery space for three-dimensional artists. The gallery is located at 15 South J Street in downtown Lake Worth. Hours are Sunday thru Tuesday, 10AM-5PM. Wednesday thru Saturday, 10AM-10PM. Gallery openings are the first and third Friday of each month from 6-9 PM with many special events in-between. For information call Joyce Brown-215-205-9441 or Joyce@flamingoclaystudio.org Gallery phone: 561-588-8344.

 

 

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Bamboo Shoots Cafe at Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery brings FREE COFFEE, gluten free Vegan Desserts, music, juggling and Chain Maille art to J Street every Saturday Evening from 6-10 PM.  Engage in the Arts Triangle every Saturday Evening between Excelsior Comic Books, Common Grounds Coffee Bar & Arts Cafe, and CGMS Gallery. Lots of art, food, light and family activities are planned for the entire season.

 

 

 

 

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Visiting Master Artists, Parties, Pop-Up Workshops and New Classes at the Armory Art Center

Let the Armory Art Center’s new catalog amaze you with the varied opportunities to be inspired and learn a new artistic technique or skill.  There is something here for all ages!  The staff is supportive and eager to help you create, from ceramics to sculpture, from jewelry to painting, from drawing to printmaking or collage.  The Rickie Report shares a few pages of the new catalog and highlights some particularly interesting classes and workshops.

 

 

 

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Armory Art Center

1700 Parker Avenue   West Palm Beach, FL 33401

561.832.1776     www.armoryart.org

 

 

 

What the Students Have to Say

 

“I love this class – immensely. From start to finish it is a wonderful thing to see a project come together.” – Linda Benedetti (Second term of Camille Perrin’s Fused Glass course)

“The Armory…I love it! I have been able to reconnect with my artistic side and I find the teachers helpful and supportive. This is my second session of ceramics and I am really enjoying it”
– Edrian Thomidis

Edrain, student at the Armory Art Center

Edrain, in the Armory Art Center Ceramics Class

 

 

 

This is one of our special classes!

 

Magical Mystery Tour: 8-Weeks of Art at the Armory
Level: All

An excellent introduction to the Armory and to your future focus. Try out various mediums as we take you on a magical tour of the diverse programs we offer with fabulous instructors. Each week features a class in one of the following areas: ceramics, drawing, painting, fibers, jewelry, printmaking, and sculpture. Meet instructor at registration area each week.   INSTRUCTOR: VARIOUS   Monday 6:00 – 9:00pm | beginning January 5  Tuition: $320 | Lab Fee: $40

 

 

Build a 3D Printer! 

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Learn from Visiting Master Artists!

( VMA will continue beyond the dates of this catalog.  Stay in touch with  www.armoryart.org )

 

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Create Jewelry With Today’s

Leading Designers! 

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SEMINARS, SALONS & OPEN STUDIOS

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SPECIAL COURSES, PARTIES &

ART GROUPS

 

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POP – UP WORKSHOPS!!

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Meet The Faculty! Join Their Classes!

 

Artwork by Visiting Master Artist, Hiromi, "Unstable"

Artwork by Artist-in-Residence, Hiromi Katayama, “Unstable”

 

Artwork by Mark Cohen

Artwork by Mark Cohen

 

 

"Island Hopper" by Ron Garrett

“Island Hopper” by Ron Garrett

 

 

 

The Armory Art Center’s mission is to inspire the creation and experience of art. Its vision is to be recognized as providing a premier art center for both creating and viewing art. The Armory is a high-quality visual art school and exhibition center. Housed in an historic art deco building, the Armory provides art classes for students of all ages, exhibitions, art salons, lectures, and special events.

 

 

Twenty exhibitions are hosted annually in three galleries. Nearly 100 courses held in 12 state-of-the-art studios are offered including ceramics, digital arts, drawing, glass fusing, jewelry, painting, printmaking, fibers, sculpture, and more! For more information, visit www.armoryart.org or call 561-832-1776 x33.

 

 

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Mark Lesser’s “Reclaimed Abstractions” Can Be Seen at Hangar Gallery

Mark Lesser’s paintings have been exhibited around the United States and can be seen now at the Hangar Gallery in Miami. If you missed the opening during Art Basel, you still have time to see his new and courageous exhibit, “Reclaimed Abstractions”.  Mark has become relentless, by slicing up previous works in oil to deliver an unorthodox experience. This fresh work is an integration of memories, experiences, and tones, color, plus movement.  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.  Don’t miss this exhibit, which continues through the end of December!

 

 MARK LESSER

 

“Reclaimed Abstractions”

 

The Hangar Gallery

 

2235 NW 2nd Avenue

Wynwood, Miami  FL  33127

 

 

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In his most recent work, titled, “Reclaimed Abstractions” Mark became relentless and sliced up previous works in oil to deliver a fresh experience. This unorthodox work is an integration of memories, experiences, and tones, color, and movement. Mark says, ” it was risky and challenging to cut up work that I once labored over”. In Reclaimed Abstraction #1, Mark created an Oceanside feeling of tranquility, calm and soft tones. This piece captures Mark’s recent move to Ocean Ridge beach. Pieces of this painting once represented a Tennessee sunset, as Mark drove over a bridge shooting the sky through his sunroof. Another painting, Reclaimed Abstraction #2, one gets the feeling of taking route 66 from “Chicago to LA”, as Mark has done many times. A review of the painting reminds one of the American countryside, beautiful skies, old leather, wood, and layers of paint on a weathered sign.

 

 

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“Reclaimed Abstractions6″ by Mark Lesser

 

 

Growing up in Chicago, Lesser acknowledged the artistic gift his grandfather passed along to him. His grandfather, a Russian immigrant, was a tailor, poet and artist who painted beautiful ornate images using everyday stencils, such as those found on tomato cartons. Inspired by his grandfather’s work at an early age, Mark focused on challenging his images through the tensions of abstract color fields and spontaneous expression seeking to maintain a connection with realistic references infused with an emotional process.

 

 

 

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Mark’s journey began in the late eighties, when he ventured to New York City working the night shift on the set of ABC’s “Good Morning America” and exploring art galleries by day. New York City, a jumping off point for Mark, was where he discovered himself an artist and began painting for what would be his first solo art show years later.

 

 

"Reclaimed Abstractions" by Mark Lesser

“Reclaimed Abstractions2″ by Mark Lesser

 

 

Later, Mark relocated to LA where he raised his daughter, Taylor.  His travels were the focal points for his first collection, which appeared at the Warehouse Gallery and Santa Monica Fine Arts Studio in southern California. Then in a 2001 exhibit at the newly opened Fiorucci store in New York, Mark showed paintings which inspired a line of women’s scarves from his images.

 

 

"Reflections" by Mark Lesser

“Reclaimed Abstractions3″ by Mark Lesser

 

 

Upon moving from Los Angeles to Dallas in 2006, Lesser found inspiration for his new paintings from a very fast paced experience of driving by his new surroundings in Dallas. He used his cell phone camera to capture images– not stopping but speeding by the terrain. The experiences are brief and intense capturing the motion of “going fast.” Using these images, Lesser combined them with his spontaneity of color and composition, allowing the motion to exist in still yet another dimension of “being still,” in a meditative manner.

 

 

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“Reclaimed Abstractions4″ by Mark Lesser

From these works, the Haley Henman Gallery opened their doors with Lesser’s first solo show, “Going Fast Being Still” in 2007.  Lesser then continued to travel, slowing down slightly, as he’s collected photos of landscapes and oceanscapes of all types. These snapshot-like images have appeared in smaller works which appeared in the Haley Henman Gallery until 2012, when he moved to Florida.

 

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“Reclaimed Abstractions 5″ by Mark Lesser

In 2013, his paintings built upon a body of work that sought to infuse an emotional process of luminous fields of color. He built the fields with thin, transparent floods of color over color following the school of color field abstractionists, especially inspired by Helen Frankenthaler, and Mark Rothko.

 

 

 

The Hangar Gallery

 

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For more information about Mark Lesser’s artistry please email:  mlesser64@gmail.com

or

http://www.linkedin.com/in/drmarklesser

 

 

 

 

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Art at the Airport: New Call to Artists and Reception to Meet the Artists Whose Work is Showing Now

Art at the Airport Sells!   The Rickie Report shares two announcements about Art in Public Places at the Palm Beach International Airport.  First, don’t miss the opportunity to MEET THE ATISTS whose work is currently hanging.  The public is invited to the Reception on Wednesday, December 10th, 5:30-7:30pm.  And we’re sharing the CALL to ARTISTS for the next exhibit! Palm Beach International Airport (PBIA) has become a premiere venue to showcase quality, original artworks by Palm Beach County’s finest emerging and professional artists.  Get the details here and apply!!!!!

 

 

PALM BEACH COUNTY

ART IN PUBLIC PLACES

 

 

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“Sprouts” by Jose Casado

 

 

CALL to ARTISTS

Palm Beach County Art in Public Places

“ART at the AIRPORT”

Deadline December 12, 2014
OPEN to VISUAL ARTISTS WHO RESIDE in PALM BEACH COUNTY

 

Palm Beach International Airport (PBIA) has become a premiere venue to showcase quality, original artworks by Palm Beach County’s finest emerging and professional artists.

 

 

This exhibition runs January 14 – April 22, 2015 and is located on Level 2, across from Sam Snead’s restaurant and bar, the Visitor’s Lounge, and mini putting green.

 

"The Pool" by Gabriele Kraus

“The Pool” by Gabrielle Kraus

 

 

 

 

ART AT THE AIRPORT SELLS!

As a major gateway to South Florida, PBIA receives an average of 500,000 travelers per month. Of local, national and international origin, travelers frequently purchase works featured in “Art at the Airport” exhibitions.
· Artists have sold work in every show for the past five years
· Artists keep 100% of income from sales
· Art seen by travelers and locals result in commissions and sales of additional work by featured artists

"Anticipation" by Joan Therien

Anticipation” by Joan Therien

GUEST JUDGE

 

Marisa Pascucci, Curator of Collections at Boca Museum of Art will guest judge the exhibition.  As Curator of Collections for the Boca Museum of Art, Marisa Pascucci cares for and develops the museum’s permanent collection, and plans and selects the museum’s diverse exhibitions and programs. Recently she was a freelance arts writer and adjunct faculty and career advisor at Palm Beach State College. Her previous art museum experience includes serving as the Norton Museum of Art’s Smith Curator of American Art along with roles at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts; MOCA, Cleveland; and Cleveland Museum of Art.

"Manhattan Style" by Rosenberg

“Manhattan Style” by Judith Rosenberg

ARTWORK GUIDELINES

· Artists can enter one original, 2-D artwork. All media welcome. Painting reproductions not accepted
· All art must be wired across the back. Artwork not properly wired will not be accepted
· Art can be either framed or unframed. If unframed, work must be finished on all sides
· Size: minimum 16” x 20” – including frame, maximum 8 ft tall x 13 ft wide

"Untitled" by Jonathon Ortiz-Smykla

“Untitled” by Jonathon Ortiz-Smykla

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES one entry per Artist

Submittal materials must be in our office by 4:00 pm on December 12, 2014. There is not a separate application form to complete. Simply provide items 1 – 4 below. You can mail your submittal or deliver it in person to Palm Beach County Art in Public Places, attn: “Art at the Airport, 2633 Vista Parkway, West Palm Beach, FL 33411-5603. No email submittals will be accepted.

1) APPLICATION FEE $20.00 – check or money order made out to Palm Beach County BCC

2) PHOTOGRAPH No larger than 8½” x 11” of proposed artwork. If the art is framed, please submit two photographs of the art showing it 1) with frame, 2) just a quality print of the art

3) LABEL On the back of your submittal photograph. Include:
· Your name, address, phone number, email and website
· Artwork title, medium, dimensions, year completed and sale price.
· Describe how artwork is “finished” i.e. framed, gallery wrap, other

4) ARTIST STATEMENT Should not exceed 90 words. Please note we want an artist statement, NOT a bio.

"Man's Paradox" by Hoffman

“Man’s Paradox” by Peter Hoffman

ACCEPTED SUBMISSIONS

Artist will be notified of their acceptance into the show by December 31, 2014.
· Accepted artwork must be dropped off at the exhibition area January 14, 9:30-10:00 am.
· Art pick-up at end of the show is April 22,2015 8:30-9:00 am, at the airport exhibition area

"Wings" by Mittermaier

“Wings” by Cheri Mittermaier

EXHIBITION PROMOTION

Artists accepted into “Art at the Airport” exhibitions are featured on Palm Beach County’s Art in Public Places and the PBIA websites. In addition, the County’s Public Art Program broadly promotes “Art at the Airport” exhibitions and receptions to diverse media outlets and to the more than one thousand local artists and arts supporters in the County’s Artist Registry.

"The Grass is Greener" by  Jim Moores

“The Grass is Greener” by Jim Moores

MEET THE ARTISTS EVENT FOR NEXT EXHIBIT

Date not yet finalized. Marisa Pascucci, the exhibition’s guest judge, will be in attendance.

"Old Shrimper, Captain Nephi" by Friedkin

“Old Shrimper, Captain Nephi” by Sandy Friedkin

FOR MORE INFORMATION

 

Elayna Toby Singer, Art in Public Places Administrator

Phone: (561) 233-0235,

esinger@pbcgov.org
Palm Beach County Art in Public Places
2633 Vista Parkway, West Palm Beach, FL 33411
Ph (561) 233-0235 Fax (561) 233-0206
http://www.pbcgov.com/fdo/ART

"Ripples" by Salansky

“Ripples” by Sharon Salansky

 

 

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

If you wish to drop off your submittal materials at the County’s Art in Public Places office
2633 Vista Parkway, West Palm Beach 33411

From I-95
Exit 70 at Okeechobee Boulevard, head west on Okeechobee Boulevard, past Military Trail, Haverhill Road, past the entrance to the Florida Turnpike (on your right).
Continue west over the overpass to the next stoplight turn right on Vista Parkway.
Continue on Vista Parkway past the 4-story pinkish County building
You know you’re getting closer when you reach CINTAS company on your left
You’ll continue pass two white stucco County buildings with green trim
Turn left at the third white stucco County building with green trim
the sign says Palm Beach County OPERATIONS & SUPPORT CENTER, Vehicle Maintenance Facility, Facilities Development & Operations
o Park in front of the building – 2633 Vista Parkway, West Palm Beach 33411

From Turnpike
Exit 99 at Okeechobee Boulevard.
After you pay toll, turn right (toward Fairgrounds) and continue west over the overpass to the next stoplight, and turn right at Vista Parkway.
Continue on Vista Parkway past the 4-story pinkish County building
You know you’re getting closer when you reach CINTAS company on your left
You’ll continue pass two white stucco County buildings with green trim
Turn left at the third white stucco County building with green trim
the sign says Palm Beach County OPERATIONS & SUPPORT CENTER, Vehicle Maintenance Facility, Facilities Development & Operations
Park in front of the building. 2633 Vista Parkway, West Palm Beach 33411

 

 

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