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For Amy Reshefsky, It’s All About The Art At THe HeART of Delray Gallery

If you like colorful, vibrant, eclectic art work you are in for a treat at Amy Reshefsky Studio & AR Gallery 🎨🎨🎨.  IT’S ALL ABOUT THE ART at THe HeART of Delray Gallery in Delray Beach!  Join in the Free First Friday Art Walks and visit Amy’s Studio. The Rickie Report shares the details and some peeks of Amy’s work.






The ❤️ Heart of Delray Art Studio
1440 N Federal Highway   Delray Beach Fl. 33483





Amy Reshefsky Studio & AR Gallery 🎨🎨🎨


Join Us For Delray Beach First Friday Art Walks




June 2  ♦ July 7 ♦ August 4 ♦ September 1 ♦ October 6 

 November 3 ♦ December 1

6 – 9 pm







Amy Reshefsky Gallery:

Reflects Artist’s Eclectic Styles and Techniques



Amy Reshefsky Gallery reflects eclectic styles and techniques.  Her career as a skilled and sought-after artist began on a whim.  After Amy moved to a town outside of Montreal with her husband, who was frequently away on business, she often found herself alone in a new country where she didn’t know many people but had an abundance of free time.  For reasons she can’t explain, Amy went out, bought a canvas, some acrylic paints and brushes, and brought them back to a room that was empty except for a few unpacked boxes.


Hand painted Glass Table top by Amy Reshefsky


Amy tells The Rickie Report, “I just started painting and I haven’t stopped,” she said.  Trying to define Amy as one kind of an artist or another is as challenging as trying to define her style of artwork.  Her work is diverse – to say the least – and about as eclectic as you’ll find anywhere.  “Some artists stick to a certain style because that’s what they’re comfortable with but I’m more comfortable being creative in all directions,” she says. “I love to try different things and different techniques. I can attack anything and enjoy the challenge.”


One of her pieces, commissioned for a local synagogue, tells the story of Passover on a large piece of glass in a whimsical and almost playful manner.  At the same time, most of the abstract paintings on her gallery’s walls are reflective of Amy’s mood in when she sits down to paint.  “If I’m in a good mood, the painting will be bright and cheery,” she says. “Whatever mood I’m in, I just go for it.”



“The Orange” by Amy Reshefsky



While what she’s feeling at the time drives the tone of her paintings, Amy says what the final piece of art will look like.  Always creative, Amy has never taken an art class or studied art formally. She has a fine arts degree, with her training in fashion design.


Her passion now is fully focused on her artwork – and on her gallery/studio , located in The Heart of Delray Gallery in Delray Beach,Florida.  “I wake up every morning wondering why I’m doing what I do,” she says. “But I have to do it. I’m driven.” Amy’s mission is to ” continually create and produce art in many mediums that reflects my inner self.  My art has a deep significance to channeling my emotions”.


“The Woodpecker” by Amy Reshefsky



For more information about Amy Reshefsky’s available artwork, commissions  or gallery information:

The ❤️ Heart of Delray Art Studio
1440 N Federal Highway Delray Beach Fl. 33483








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