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From Streets to Walls, Lake Worth Takes Painting to a New Level

Lake Worth is world famous for its outstanding and largest Street Painting Festival, where art transforms the asphalt into an outdoor gallery.  Now Lake Worth is GOING A-WALL!  From July 25th through the 27th, the public is invited to watch as three internationally known award winning artists create a trio of large scale murals in downtown Lake Worth.  Local artists are invited to participate.  The Rickie Report shares the details and knows you won’t want to miss the excitement that Bruce Webber Gallery and Hydra Projects brings!





Bruce Webber Galleries & Hydra Projects



July 25,  26,  27, 2014

Locations all in Downtown Lake Worth:


  • Bruce Webber Gallery 705 Lucerne Avenue

  • J Street Parking Lot at Lucerne Avenue Across from Post Office

  • K Street Alley between Lake and Lucerne Avenues


Public is Invited to

Watch it Happen LIVE!








This 3 day live art event will also include Live Music, Cellograff Wall, Food Trucks, An Outdoor Bistro Area and Entertainment by Path/Plan Beats. Dave’s Last Resort will also host an area on North K Street.  Bruce Webber Galleries and Hydra Projects are joined by other sponsors, including  Street Painting Festival, City of Lake Worth and  Kobra Paint.




Be part of this contemporary movement in the art world and cities and towns all over the world! This is an opportunity to watch performance art in a new way.  It was first introduced to Lake Worth during its 20th Annual Street Painting Festival in February. Local artists will create on the scene during this live painting event.



New Mural in Lake Worth (Photo Courtesy of Bruce Webber Gallery)

New Mural in Lake Worth (Photo Courtesy of Bruce Webber Gallery)



The three original murals will set the stage in downtown Lake Worth by transforming the blank walls of retail buildings into art in public spaces…one wall at a time.  This is just the beginning of a metamorphoses!  



Art in Public Spaces is an expression of the community as well as a landmark and an attraction. This unique art event is a special opportunity to view these artists at work and witness first-hand the evolution of art in our city from traditional community art projects to more complex expressions of socially engaged art works and creative thinking.



For more information about this event please contact: Bruce Webber or David Webber at Bruce Webber Gallery 705 Lucerne Avenue  Lake Worth, FL 33460 by calling 561.582.1045 or



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