Jupiter “Celebration Of The Arts” Offers Free Events, Workshops, Meet The Authors, Calls For Artists And More!

The Town of Jupiter is offering a plethora of events, exhibits, workshops and opportunities for art lovers, book lovers and artists of all ages.  The Rickie Report shares a comprehensive list including: “Lacy Susan Basket Workshop” February 7th, “Meet the Authors” February 16th (numerous workshops), “Explore Watercolor” February 25th, “Discover Secrets of Jewelry Making” February 28th, ” Celebration of the Arts Exhibition”  Opening Reception on March 3rd (we include the Artist Applications which are due February 13th), and “Art in Nature Acrylic Painting March 18th.  May 5th marks the celebration of Drop Savers Annual Student Contest water conservation poster contest, Jupiter High School Partnership Program artwork and VSA, Very Special Arts, Florida – Palm Beach County artwork.  We also share the application for any artist or arts-related organization interested in Free exhibit space at Harbourside in Jupiter.  Jupiter residents will be granted preference, but this is Open to everyone.  Get your calendars out and sign up – while many of these events are FREE, you still should save your spot!

 

 

Town of Jupiter Art Committee • 561-741-2400

200 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL 33458 

https://www.jupiter.fl.us/art

 

 

” CELEBRATION  OF  THE  ARTS 2017 “

 

 * Free Classes, Space Limited

 

Lacey Susan Basket

 

Tuesday, February  7  

Joan Stoneham  Basket Workshop, “Lacy Susan” Basket (supplies $65) 9 am -5 pm class free

Tuesday, February 16   6 – 7:30 pm

 

Meet The Authors (Free)

Jim Snyder, Marilyn Alcock, Cheryl Williams, Richard Brumer, Judy Lucas, Fred Lichtenberg, J. P. Ratto

Registration NOT Required – Come as you are!

 

 

Marilyn Alcock “Tuxedo and Friends” 1st in Series Young Child thru elementary

A book told by a Boston Terrier named Tuxedo. As he tells his story, the reader gets caught up in the lives of his friends and pack members, Bellino the Maltese, Lulu the Chihuahua, Bruno the English Mastiff, Allie the Lhaso Apso, and Snickers the baby brother.

 

 

 

 

Sherry Williams “Eyes of the Owl” Historical Fiction – Middle School & All Ages

If you remember Tales of Turtle River, this book set in the 1990’s puts Fritz the boy many years later as a grandfather (Pop Pop) to Missy.  Times have changed since the 1920’s and Pop Pop has a difficult time accepting Missy’s close friendship with an African American boy, Caleb. But there is a link tying Caleb to Pop Pop, and that is the mystical owls.

 

 

Richard Brumer “Love and Deception” Four Stories, Adult

Will the heroic action of two Air Force officers overcome the daunting obstacles…or will their Black Ops mission end in disaster?

 

 

Judy Lucas “Baron Rothmoore” Mystery Romance, Adult

Robert Fitzhugh, the second son of a noble though poor family, purchases a commission in His Majesty’s Army. Little did he know fate would make him a key player in Great Britain’s war with France, as Napoleon’s armies overrun Europe. Nor did he know a chance meeting would give him the love of his life, and almost losing her would give him the courage to change the course of history.

 

Jim Snyder “The Cross and the Mask” Historical History, Adult

How the Spanish “Discovered” Florida – and a Proud Native Nation. An historical novel

 

 

 

Fred Lichtenberg “Murder 1040: The Final Audit”” Suspense Thriller, Adult

When those in power attempt to shut down the murder investigation of a South Florida IRS agent, the hero, Frank Amato, risks everything, as he forges ahead to find the killer.

 

 

JP Ratto “Trust No One” 2nd in Lucas Holt Series Mystery Thriller, Suspense, Adult

Private Investigator Lucas Holt is caught between the FBI and terrorists when he investigates the kidnapping of a D.C. grad student. Hired by his former Delta Force commander, Holt and an ex-Delta comrade work to untangle the connection between the abduction and the theft of a bioweapon.

 

 

 

Saturday, February 25

Jackie Gaines Explore Watercolor Painting (Free) 9:30am – 11:30

Tuesday, February 28

Lou Ann Berkley Discover Secrets of Jewelry Making (Free) 9:30am-12:30

March Celebration of the Arts 2017 Exhibit
“Exotic and Native Animals: Land, Air, Aquatic”

 

 

MEET AND GREET THE ARTISTS/ Refreshments 

March 3, Friday,

Opening Reception, 6:00 – 7:30 pm

 

 

Special Guest Amanda a Crested Carcara with Rebecca Reid
Courtesy of Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, Jupiter

 Exhibition is Available March 3 – April 28, 2017

APPLICATION FORM DUE: FEBRUARY 13th

Artists and Photographers

faye.schrecengost@att.net or 561-329-5007

 

 

ENTRY FORM:  RESPOND BY MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13

 

Open to: ARTISTS  and PHOTOGRAPHERS   *  CASH AWARDS  *  ENTRY FEE $10.00

YOU MAY SUBMIT TWO ENTRIES YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED OF ACCEPTANCE OF ONE OR BOTH

E-MAIL IMAGE OF EACH at 72 dpi longest side is 1200 PIXELS Max TO: faye.schrecengost@att. net

NAME______________________________E-MAIL_____________________ ADDRESS_____________________CITY___________ZIP________PHONE_________

(1)TITLE_______________________________MEDIA______________PRICE_______ (2)TITLE_______________________________MEDIA______________PRICE_______

WHEN YOU HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED YOU WILL RECEIVE A FORM FOR EXHIBITORS TO BE SIGNED AND RETURNED WITH THE $10.00 ENTRY FEE. Send to: Faye Schrecengost, 9975 169th Court, No., Jupiter, 33478.

Visit the Art Committee on line: https://www.jupiter.fl.us/art

 

 

 

Sat. March 18  

Brenda Nickolaus  Art in Nature Acrylic Painting (Free) 10:00am– 12:00

To Register : faye.schrecengost@att.net or call 561.329-5007

 

 

May 5, Friday, Opening Reception

6:00 – 7:30 pm

Drop Savers Annual Student Contest water conservation poster contest

Jupiter High School Partnership Program artwork

VSA, Very Special Arts, Florida – Palm Beach County artwork

 

Free and Open to the Public

 

 

 

Harbourside Place Display Opportunities

Application Procedures and Guidelines for Submissions

 

Submissions for all 2D (drawing, painting, photography, prints, mixed media, etc…) and 3D artwork (sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, etc…) are accepted provided they fit within the size parameters. No free standing pedestals or free hanging wall art are permitted outside the display cases. The display cases are located in the hallway of the parking garage to the left as you enter Harbourside. Go around the circle and make the first left by Another Broken Egg Café. From any level of the garage, the elevator will bring you down to the first floor where you will see the cases in the hallway that leads you out to Harbourside.

Dimensions of each case – there are four (4) locked cases with glass shelving. Each case is 54” high, 8’ wide and 12” deep. 1⁄2 case – 54” x 4’ x 12”.

Who can apply – any artist can submit an application to display his or her work. Jupiter artists (living and working in the Jupiter area) will be given preference. Work by local students will also be considered and may be submitted by either the student or the art teacher.

Members of the Town of Jupiter Art Committee will review all applications, make the decisions on what will be displayed, and contact those artists that have been selected to exhibit their work

Artwork is chosen based on quality, appropriateness, appeal, and availability. You may submit as many pieces as you believe will fit in the case. Keep in mind that they all may not be selected.

Application packet should include (in addition to the application) – a typed list of each piece (including: Title, Date Created, Size and Media, Price or NFS) and photo of the piece (72dpi) JPEG files.

Artwork chosen for exhibit – when brought in, must be labeled with name of artist, title of work and contact info (phone, email or website info). No prices shall be included on the label, however you may put NFS on the label if it is not for sale.

Additional Information:

• All purchases negotiations are to be directly conducted between artist and client. The Town of Jupiter Art Committee does not take any commissions for artwork sold. However, when a sale is made, a donation to the Art Committee is greatly appreciated.

• Artwork chosen for exhibit should be available for the full length of the exhibition time, approximately 1-2 months.

• If an artist needs to remove a piece before the timeframe is completed, it should be noted on the Artist Application form, if possible. The artist must contact Nina Fusco at 561.908.3556 to arrange the logistics of retrieving the artwork.

• The Town of Jupiter will provide insurance coverage. if the exhibit contains items valued at not more than $1,000 per item and $50,000 per exhibition. If the artist feels this is not sufficient for their work, he/she is encouraged to provide additional insurance.

• By signing the Artist Application, the artist grants the Town of Jupiter Art Committee permission to reproduce images of accepted artwork for promotional purposes.

Town of Jupiter Art Committee  200 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL 33458 561-741-2400

Town of Jupiter – Artist Application Harbourside Place Display

Artist Contact Information: Please Type or Print Clearly

Artist Name: ___________________________________________________________

If Artist is a student, name of teacher; if artist is under 18, please also include name and or parent or guardian.

Name: ___________________________________________________

Address: ________________________________________________

City: ____________________________________ State: _____________ Zip: _______

Email: __________________________________

Website: ________________________________
Day Phone: _______________________ Evening Phone: _______________________

Cell Phone: _____________________________
Work Locally: Y N Where: _______________________________________________

Submission Information:

Dates artworks are available for exhibition: _________________________________

Number of Pieces Submitted: __________
Please email your submission to: NinaFusco47@gmail.com 561-908.3556

Artist Signature: _________________________________________ Date: ____________

 

For more information about these programs, upcoming classes, workshops and events please visit:

Town of Jupiter Art Committee • 561-741-2400

200 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL 33458

https://www.jupiter.fl.us/art

 

 

 

 

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

Rickie Leiter, Publisher

Rickie@therickiereport.com   561-537-0291

17019 SW Sapri Way   Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

 

Lynda Turek-Koehler, Jewelry Artist And Instructor, Presents Original Designs Inspired By Nature And Life

The Rickie Report celebrates the wearable artistry of jewelry designer Lynda Turek-Koehler. While she lives and works locally, her one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces have been worn to the White House!  Lynda teaches jewelry making classes at the Jupiter Community Center during the school year and offers private as well as group lessons specializing in pearl stringing, silver smithing and chain making.  Lynda’s wearable art pieces are currently on display at Harbourside Place in Jupiter.  We share the details and some photos of her intricate designs.

 

 

L Y N D A   T U R E K- K O E H L E R

 

 ORIGINAL   JEWELRY   DESIGNS

INSPIRED  BY  NATURE  AND  LIFE

 

 

Now On Display:

Harbourside Place in Jupiter

Next to the Wyndham Resort and the Broken Egg Cafe Hallway

 

 

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Lynda Turek-Koehler With Her Wearable Art, Jewelry Display

 

 

Each original piece of jewelry that Lynda Turek-Koehler creates shares components found in nature, at the ocean or in a mine.  She tells The Rickie Report, “I upcycle, repurpose items and go digging for gems!  By using shells, pearls and gems, I create unusual one-of-a-kind designs”.

 

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Unique, Wearable Art Necklace by Lynda Turk-Koehler

 

Lynda’s jewelry is always fresh, elegant, fun and young! “Never repeated, my pieces have been worn to the White house and sold in my shop on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach”.

 

 

 

 

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Wire Wrapped Gemstone Bracelets by Lynda Turek-Koehler

 

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Hand Hammered and Hand Made Chain Bracelets by Lynda Turek-Koehler

 

 

Lynda is a member of the Gem and Mineral Society of the Palm Beaches as well as the Bead Society of the Palm Beaches. Join Lynda at the Jupiter Community Center for fun and inspiring classes beginning this fall where you will learn to create your own  wonderful pieces.

 

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Seashell and Charm Necklace by Lynda Turek-Koehler

 

 

Lynda provides group and private lessons. Her specialties are bridal creations.  She is well known for her Pearl stringing, beading and Pearl knotting.

 

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Reflective Labradorite, Wire Wrapped on a Beaded Necklace by Lynda Turk-Koehler

 

 

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Lynda Turk-Koehler’s Multi-Gemstone Pendant in Hand made Silver

 

 

Making her own chain and silversmithing are among Lynda’s prolific talents. In addition Lynda offers repair service and restringing for clients who do not want to do this themselves.

 

 

For more information, including pricing, commissions, classes or repairs:

Lynda Turk-Koehler   561-373-5934 

 

 

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

Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

P.O.Box 33423

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291