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Harold Silvers Exhibits at Lake Worth Art League!

 You may have seen Harold Silvers’ pointillism designs in the windows of Cartier Jewelers or Bonwit Teller. Now you can see what he has been creating since leaving the graphic art world.  Harold will be exhibiting his work at the Lake Worth Art League and The Rickie Report hopes you will stop by!  More details about the November event are in this article.

 

 

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The Lake Worth Art League

Presents

Art by Harold Silvers

Friday, November 15th

Public Reception

6 – 9 pm

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Harold Silvers moved to Southern Florida three years ago and has gone back to his roots as an artist.   He graduated from NYC Community College for Commercial Art and Parsons School of Design for Graphic Design.  Harold has used ink with a rapidograph pen, magic marker, stencils and air brush techniques as well as computer aided design.
"Carnival"

“Carnival”

Harold describes these pointillism designs as “having to do with Nature, Time, Space and Infinity.”  Previous to his move to Florida, he produced window displays for Cartier Jewelers & Bonwit Teller.
"Space"

“Space”

The Lake Worth Art League is showing an exhibit of Harold’s artwork.   He tells The Rickie Report, “I started pointillism in my college days, and decided that I should get back to doing it again, being retired.”
"Wave"

“Wave”

Harold explains that he makes each design one dot at a time.  He says, ” One has to have a certain mind set to do this kind of stuff.  I usually have a concept of how I want the design to look before I start… Sometimes I let the dots take me for the ride.”
"Green Onion"

“Green Onion”

Harold offers prints on paper from 6 x 9, and Giclees on canvas up to 30 x 45.  He can also make color variations of the design.  Harold makes the highest quality Giclee’s.  At times, he might show one of his designs completed on transparent film with a light behind it.

For more information about this exhibit or Harold Silvers’ artowork, please  hjsgraphicdesign@gmail.com   or through the Lake Worth Art League

The Rickie Report hopes that people will come out to support the Lake Worth Art League so it can continue to offer art classes from beginners to the experienced artist, lectures and demonstrations of different techniques and subject matter.   The LWAL undertakes projects for the City of Lake Worth, such as the mural project at the municipal swimming pool.  The group also sponsors outdoor art shows by its members.

 

The Lake Worth Art League (LWAL) was founded in 1941.  It is a nonprofit 501C[3] educational organization to further the study and development of art and enhance the cultural life of its members in the Lake Worth and surrounding Communities.

For more information about the Lake Worth Art League, please contact  Tara Maule, President 561- 586-4271  or  info@lwartleague.org  or   Bonnie Wilburn,Vice- President 561- 242-9005  at artibonni@gmail.com or visit the Lake Worth Art League’s website at:  www.lwartleague.org 

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