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Maxine Schreiber Presents SOLO Exhibit: “Luscious Landscapes”

Maxine Schreiber will be exhibiting in a SOLO show at the Lake Park Library for the month of September.  The Rickie Report hopes you will stop by and see some of Maxine’s newest paintings done in a “collage” format.  She is donating 10% of sales to the library.  More details, including the Public Reception on October 1oth, are in this article. Please note: Library is closed for Labor Day Weekend and Monday.  Reopens September 3rd.




Artist Maxine Schreiber


a SOLO exhibit

at Lake Park Library 


Public Reception

Thursday, October 10, 2013

6:00 – 8:00  pm

529 Park Avenue

Lake Park, FL



The Lake Park Library, 529 Park Avenue, Lake Park is happy to announce that a SOLO exhibition, “Luscious Landscapes,” by local artist Maxine Schreiber will be held from September 3rd through October 31, 2013. 


Mark your calendar to attend a Meet the Artist Reception on Thursday, October 10, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.  Maxine will be donating 10% of all sales to the Lake Park Library.


"Bok Tower"

“Bok Tower”

Maxine received her B.A. degree in Fine Arts in New Jersey in 1969, and she taught oil painting and exhibited her work in the 70’s in Cambridge, Massachusetts where she was a juried member of the Cambridge Art Association.   Not long after receiving her Masters Degree in Expressive Therapies in 1978, she moved to West Palm Beach.


Maxine tells The Rickie Report, “When I moved to Florida in the early 80’s, I stopped painting.  The lush vegetation and the hot climate didn’t match my style or the mood of my work.  So, for over 15 years I didn’t paint and focused on my career as a mental health counselor until the summer of 2001 when I found myself seeing paintings in my mind’s eye everywhere.  I picked up my brushes and haven’t stopped painting since.”


Morikami Budda

“Morikami Budda”

In 2002, she was accepted as a juried artist member of Women In The Visual Arts and later joined The Artists of Palm Beach County. Her rich landscapes have been exhibited in juried shows throughout South Florida including the Armory Art Center, Palm Beach County Art in Public Places at Palm Beach International Airport, and the Lighthouse ArtCenter Museum in Tequesta.


Maxine’s love for the environment is reflected in her artwork.  She sees beauty everywhere and hopes her work captures the plush flora of Florida, which particularly inspires her.  She inherited her talent from her dad, Herman Schreiber, a well-known artist in New Jersey and in Florida where he was a member of the Delray Art League.  Their work has hung side by side in several father/daughter shows in Palm Beach County galleries.


"Taos Pueblo"

“Taos Pueblo”

Library hours are 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. on Monday, 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. on Friday, and 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. on Saturday and closed on Sunday.  Phone (561) 881-3330.



Exit at Northlake Boulevard (Exit 77) and go East.  Turn right onto 10th Street and go South to Park Avenue.  Make a left on Park Avenue (East) to 6th Street.  Because parking is in the rear of the library, turn left onto 6th street and make the first right onto Greenbriar.  Rear of the library will be on the right, next to the Town Hall.


For more information please contact Maxine Schreiber at  561-689-2530  or visit:


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P.O.Box 33423

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420


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