The Ocean Ridge Coastal Artists welcome the public to their March 2016 Exhibition, taking place at Ocean Ridge Town Hall. The Opening Reception takes place on Thursday, March 3rd and the Exhibit will be available through March 31st. This art showcase will feature different media and a wide variety of painting styles. We urge you to stop by one of Palm Beach County’s smallest towns to view this exhibit. The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.
Coastal Area Artists
Invites You To:
“Ocean Ridge Coastal Artists, 2016”
Thursday, March 3rd
6 – 8 pm
Exhibit open to Public March 1 to March 31
9 AM to 3 PM
Ocean Ridge Town Hall
6450 N Ocean Blvd (A1A) Ocean Ridge Fl
Painting by Donald Martinetti
Building on a successful 2015 Art Exhibit, the Ocean Ridge Coastal Artists have prepared a 2016 Exhibit! A total of 27 professional and emerging artists will be participating in this years event. The artists are located throughout Palm Beach County.
Painting by Louise Loranger
The original artwork’s subjects and painting styles include everything from contemporary,abstract and realism. The mediums used vary by artist and include oil, acrylic, pastel and mixed media. The highlight of this Exhibit is each artist’s vision and personal techniques. The artwork on view are all one-of-a-kind.
“Adrift” by Reed Dixon
The 2016 Exhibition will be judged by Samantha Niederman of the Norton Museum. Samantha is Curatorial Assistant to the Education and American Art Department. She will be awarding cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and Honorable Mention at the Opening Reception March 3rd.
“Blue” by Beth Sloat
Ocean Ridge’s new Town Manager, “Jamie” Titcomb embraced the idea of using Town Hall for Exhibitions that would encourage the residents of Ocean Ridge and their neighbors to meet and exchange the news of the day in a pleasant cultural environment. Town Hall is also the setting for a Lecture Series on a broad number of topics, a monthly Book Club, and Garden Club Programs.
“Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” by Pietro Piunno
Ocean Ridge is among the smallest of the 38 cities that comprise Palm Beach County. However the community of year round and seasonal residents are passionate about their “neighborhood values”, interest in cultural events and being part of the town’s plans for the future.
” Allegro Appassionata” by Michelle Gosselin