Artists Eye Gallery & Boutique Invites You To “Through Our Eyes”, Juried MultiMedia Art Exhibit

Artist’s Eye Gallery & Boutique invites the public to join in the fun at the Opening Reception for “Through Our Eyes” on Friday, May 3. How does each individual artist interpret what they see?  Is their style impressionistic, realistic, or abstract?  Do they create with skilled precision or reckless abandon?  Is their artwork beautiful, playful, or thought provoking?  No matter what type of art you enjoy, this downtown Lake Worth Beach gallery and boutique is sure to have it!  Enjoy this eclectic show, which will be on view through June 30.  Watch for more information about the upcoming summer series, “ENCORE!”.  The Rickie Report shares the details and sneak peeks.






604 Lucerne Avenue    Lake Worth, FL  33460



Gallery Hours:   Tuesday thru Sunday    Noon – 4 pm

Meet the Artists Reception 1st Friday of each month  6-8 pm

Bringing art to the community from the community, since 1941


“Through  Our  Eyes”

Meet The Artists


Opening Reception:


Friday, May 3, 2019

  6 – 8 pm  

This Exhibit runs April 30 – June 1, 2019





Coming soon, stay tuned…

At the end of “the season”

we don’t fizzle… we sizzle~




Stay tuned here throughout the summer for information on “ENCORE!” our 4-show summer art series beginning in June and running thru September with a new show every month!

The Lake Worth Art League, Inc. was founded in 1941, and is a 501C(3) nonprofit, educational organization established to further the studies of the arts and their development and to enhance the cultural life of its Members, the City of Lake Worth, and its neighboring communities. Your tax deductible donation will be gratefully accepted.

For more information  about this exhibit, future exhibits, classes, workshops, or membership:






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Historic Ali Cultural Arts In Pompano Beach Presents “Double Exposure” Featuring A.J. Brown, Visual Artist And Vocalist On April 25

The Historic Ali Cultural Arts in Pompano Beach presents “Double Exposure”, an expression of A.J. Brown’s double life as both a visual artist and vocalist.  The free exhibit opens on Thursday, April 25.  Visitors are taken on a journey through time and space with each painting. The pieces cover a wide range of subject matter and artistic genres, including portrait, still life, landscape and abstract.  A concert featuring A.J. is planned for May 10.  This exhibit is available through June 14.  The Rickie Report shares the details and a sneak peek!




353 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard     Pompano Beach, FL


Tuesday-Friday, 10am-6pm | Saturday, 10am – 4pm

| Sundays & Mondays, CLOSED









6 – 8  PM

Free Admission

Exhibit available April 24 – June 14, 2019

Concert:  MAY 10, 2019













A.J. Brown tells The Rickie Report, “I paint whatever moves me.  When I spend time to capture and visually record whatever appeals to my emotional senses at specific moments in my life, the intention is to share that experience with the viewer. My portraits are few and personal, usually of different icons, family members and close friends. Some of my landscapes are, in essence, also portraits, revealing protected treasures, unique geographical locations, or ways of living. My still life pieces typically reflect atmospheric and philosophic statements, and my abstracts reflect my freedom to commit to the journey from a blank canvas to what was created.”



Exploring the exhibition, visitors are taken on a journey through time and space with each painting. The pieces cover a wide range of subject matter and artistic genres, including portrait, still life, landscape and abstract.   “We are so gratified to be able to exhibit the very vivid and fresh art works of A.J. Brown,” said Phyllis Korab, Cultural Affairs Director. “His vibrant work offers glimpses into his own passionate nature and brings Pompano Beach a burst of Caribbean energy and flavor. The fact that he’s also a talented vocalist is icing on the cake!”




A.J. Brown discovered the world of art when he attended Cornwall College in Jamaica. The ensuing four years were most creatively stimulating and rewarding for him as he learned to balance his visual art and musical talents in a symbiotic relationship. Brown attended art classes during the week, and on weekends he performed as a cabaret artist in multiple hotels along Jamaica’s north coast.



Brown’s artistic talents got a boost when he was accepted to attend the Jamaica School of Art at Cultural Training Complex (now renamed The Edna Manley College for the Visual and Performing Arts. He then moved to Las Vegas and was graduated from UNLV with another degree, a B.A. in Art, and his paintings and drawings were exhibited in a number of galleries and exhibitions in Las Vegas.



After graduation, Brown returned to Jamaica, and alongside his attention to performance and recording, his commitment to visual arts remained constant. His paintings and drawings were included in several exhibitions there. In 2003, he mounted his first one-man exhibition at The Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in Kingston. Brown is now firmly established as an artist whose works are being exhibited alongside the many of the masters of Jamaican visual art, and his own brand of art exhibition he calls Visuals in Performance or VIP enjoys a robust following. The Jamaica Tourist Board invited him to be a part of the 2006 Houston International Festival, and Brown has also been featured at The Liguanea Festival of Fine Art and Photography (Jamaica) and a participating artist at the annual four day Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce Art Expo.



About Historic Ali Cultural Arts:

The mission Historic Ali Cultural Arts is to both celebrate the history and culture of the African American community in Pompano Beach and to enhance local access to the cultural arts, with a focus on dance, music and the spoken word, including poetry, storytelling and theater, as part of the Downtown Pompano Creative Arts District. Visual art exhibitions also feature the best in local, regional, national artists.

Built in the 1930s, Ali Cultural Arts is a rare surviving example of early 20th century architecture that once comprised a thriving commercial district along Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard (historically named Rock Road). Once the home and business site belonging to Florence Major Ali and her husband, Frank, the two-story building has significant historical importance the Northwest Community of Pompano Beach, as it was the first black-owned building in the City. 


About the Pompano Beach Cultural Affairs Department:

The mission of the Pompano Beach Cultural Affairs Department is to provide cultural programming that includes the visual arts, music, film, theater, dance, public art, history, and historic preservation for the enjoyment and enrichment of residents of and visitors to Pompano Beach, Broward County, and the greater South Florida area. The department programs and manages the City’s premiere cultural arts venues including the Pompano Beach Cultural Center, Historical Ali Cultural Arts, Bailey Contemporary Arts, the Pompano Beach Amphitheater, and the Blanche Ely Historical Home. The department also oversees the City’s Public Art Program and the Pompano Beach “Crossroads” multi-disciplinary initiative.




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17019 SW Sapri Way   Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

Helping People Succeed Shares Call For Original Art, Images To Be Part Of “2020 Art For Living” Calendar

Helping People Succeed shares a Call to Artists for the 2020 Art For Living Calendar. HPS helps improve the community’s viability and diversity through programs that assist children to become ready for school, and adults to find and maintain employment.  The Call is open to artists in Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Okeechobee Counties. The Rickie Report shares the details and urges artists to apply!  You will have opportunities to sell your original artwork and meet art patrons. Deadline is June 31st.








Helping People Succeed

1601 NE Braille Place    Jensen Beach, FL 34957     772.320.0778




Helping People Succeed 2019 Art for Living Calendar

Helping People Succeed’s Call for Artists

 2020 Art for Living Calendar  










Judging of submissions will be in two phases – digital jpeg submissions for the first round and actual paintings, unframed, for the second round. 

Your own digital photo in high resolution may be submitted in a jpeg format, or you may have your submission scanned at Southeastern Printing. (Artists are responsible for scanning fees.) 

If emailing your submission, please include the completed artist application. The application fee ($25) may be dropped off or mailed to our office:

Helping People Succeed

1601 NE Braille Place, Jensen Beach, FL 34957

Specs for e-mail submissions:

• 300 dpi image, 10” wide horizontal, RGB color & jpeg format.  No frame or glass should be included.

• Include title, size of original (X” wide by X” high), medium and retail price of the submission. 

Final judging will be from original artwork. Slides, photos, or other reproductions will not be considered in the second review. Artists will be notified by e-mail if their artwork is selected for the final phase of judging. Original artwork can be delivered to the Helping People Succeed’s office.  



Helping People Succeed

1601 NE Braille Place    Jensen Beach, FL 34957

Contact Glenna at 772.320.0778







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Two Exhibits At Pompano Beach Cultural Center, “Good Luck With The Sun” And “Botanica Animalia” Opening Reception Tomorrow. Exhibits Run Through July 5.

Stop by the Pompano Beach Cultural Center and see two exhibits “Good Luck With The Sun”, photography by internationally renown artist, Krista Steinke and “Botanica Animalia”, by Catalina Villegas, showcasing lively illustrations of the natural world.  Enjoy the free, Opening Reception and meet the artists on Friday, April 12.  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.  These exhibits will be available through July 5




50 W. Atlantic Avenue  Pompano Beach, FL 33060






P R E S E N T S :


“Good  Luck  With  The  Sun”








7-9 PM


Exhibits run through July 5, 2019










“Good Luck with the Sun” showcases the photography of internationally renowned artist Krista Steinke as she explores how the natural world impacts our lives in ways both obvious and mysterious. Using pinhole cameras, homemade filters, and other experimental techniques, she draws meaning from her materials and process, often working at the intersection of abstraction and photographic recording.



Image by Krista Steinke


Referencing varied sources such as art and photographic history, scientific areas of study, current events, and personal experience, her work sets out to reflect on the universalities that shape the human condition while also calling attention to critical issues surrounding the environment. 



Steinke has exhibited and screened her work in museums, galleries, and film festivals across the country, as well as internationally. Her works are represented in public and private collections, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Woodmere Museum in Philadelphia, the Brauer Museum of Art, Atlanta International Airport, Johnson & Johnson Corporation, and Fidelity Investments, among others. She is the recipient of a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship, a grant from the Puffin Foundation, an Artist Residency at Light Work, a Promise  Award from the Sustainable Arts Foundation, and most notably, a Fellowship in Photography from the Howard Foundation. She has participated in several photo festivals and conferences either as an exhibitor, speaker, or curator, including The International Digital Media and Arts Association (iDMAA), Denver Month of Photography, Fotofest, The Invision Photo Festival, and Society for Photographic Education.



Artwork by Catalina Villegas



“Botanica Animalia” by Catalina Villegas is an exhibition of lively illustrations of the natural world. Featuring buoyant images in black and white, which transition into colorful flora and fauna, her work is a vibrant homage to the living things all around us.



Villegas was born in Medellin, Colombia and was raised in Miami, Florida. She is an illustrator and surface pattern designer who grew up drawing and painting all of her favorite plants and animals. Her work focuses on exploring the vast diversity of lush flora and fauna found in Colombia and Florida. She has made her life’s purpose to be involved in creative endeavors.



 Her travels and professional adventures have given her the opportunity to work as a graphic designer for a Colombian menswear line, a freelance photographer in South Florida, and as an illustrator for clients around the world. Her work has been published in various magazines and blogs including and UPPERCASE Magazine. She licenses her art to companies that make a range of products including temporary tattoos, seed packets, home decor items, gift wrap and fabric.



Villegas studied Fine Arts at Florida International University and has completed numerous courses with renowned international art agent Lilla Rogers (Make Art That Sells) and Rachael Taylor (Make it in Design). She has a love for bass guitar, heavy metal, hula-hoops, chai lattes and chihuahuas. She plays the bass in an all-female rock band called Lilith. Catalina currently divides her time between La Ceja, Colombia, and Pompano Beach, Florida.






For more information about these exhibits or other events:

The Pompano Beach Cultural Center

 50 West Atlantic Blvd, Pompano Beach, FL 33060





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17019 SW Sapri Way   Port St. Lucie, FL 34986


Mixed Media Fiber Artist, Andrea Huffman, Offers Classes And Workshops At Bailey Contemporary Arts

South Florida fiber artist Andrea Huffman is teaching some new classes at the Bailey Contemporary Arts (BaCA) in Pompano Beach, FL. An Artist in Residence at BaCA, Andrea offers a “Concept to Creation” multiple session workshop (begins April 16) and one-day workshops: Nature Print Notecards (May 4), Fabric covered mini journals (June 8), and Create your very own hand-painted canvas tote bag (June 29).  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.  Check out PENTA, an exhibit at BaCA, where Andrea’s artistry is featured through April 25.






Bailey Contemporary Arts

41 NE 1st Street      Pompano Beach, FL 33060.


 Tuesday through Friday: 10 am – 6 pm Saturday: 10 am – 4 pm

Sundays & Mondays: CLOSED

Offering contemporary art exhibits, workshops & classes!



Bailey Contemporary Arts Presents:  

Workshops  & Classes With Andrea Huffman






Fiber artist Andrea Huffman received a Master’s degree in Art Education from Florida International University and taught art in Florida Public Schools for over 30 years. She has exhibited her art throughout Florida and nationally, receiving numerous awards and recognitions, including several grants and a Residency at the prestigious Hermitage Artist Retreat in Englewood, Florida. Although Andrea has retired from teaching in the public school system, she continues to share her passion for art, teaching classes and workshops in fiber art and mixed media at museums, guilds and community outreach venues.





Begins April 16, alternating Tuesdays  6  –  8 pm



• Creative but not sure where to start?
• Lost for new ideas or stuck in a rut?
• Not sure how to develop a meaningful series?
• Intimidated by the blank canvas (or page?)


Concept to Creation is a multiple session workshop to inspire artists to tap deeply into their creativity. Each week Creative exercises such as concept mapping, tapping into personal histories, or collage provide means to discover your unique artistic style, personal symbols, and imagery.

Students will work in a sketchbook along with other media of the student’s choosing. This class is geared toward artists of all levels, working in any medium.


Concept Art by Andrea Huffman


April 16: Abstraction from Realism; how far to alter reality.

April 30: Personal archaeology, digging for meaningful ideas.

May 14: Figure/ ground exploration: Altering positive/negative space for dynamic composition

May 28: Mind/ Concept mapping for developing a body of work.

Time allotment: 4 sessions/2 hours each | Age: teen through adults | |Class Fee: $30/student/session

Min. enrollment: 5 | Max. enrollment: 12



Concept Art by Andrea Huffman

One-Day Fun Saturday Workshops:



Nature Print Notecards        Saturday, May 4

10 AM to 1 PM


Nature print notecards by Andrea Huffman



 Nature print notecards- welcome summer with colorful printed notecards using locally sourced plants, stencils and found objects.

12 Person Maximum.  Cost $50 all supplies provided.







Fabric Covered Mini-Journal  

Saturday, June 8

11 AM to 3 PM




Fabric Covered Mini-Journal- begin your travels, real or imagined, with a journal filled with hand-painted pages and stamped fabric cover.   

Age: teen through adults | Min. enrollment: 5 | Max enrollment: 12 | Class Fee: $70



 It’s in the Bag   – Saturday, June 29



It’s in the Bag- Make a fashion statement at the beach, the farmer’s market or a picnic with your very own hand-painted canvas tote bag.





On view until April 25




For more information about these workshops, classes, exhibit or Andrea’s artwork:

on Facebook at Andrea Huffman Art Work

afhuffman on Instagram






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17019 SW Sapri Way   Port St. Lucie, FL 34986



Old School Square Calls For 6th Annual 6X6 Exhibition & Sale. Open To All Mediums, Ages, Level Of Experience.

Each year, artists of all ages and levels from around the country donate 6×6 inch art works in a variety of mediums to the Cornell Art Museum’s fundraiser, The 6×6 Exhibition & Sale.   Submission forms are ready and everyone is welcome to participate!  All submissions are on view during the month of July and then available for purchase for $30 in an auction-style sale on July 25.  All proceeds benefit the Cornell Art Museum.  The Rickie Report shares the details, some photos from last year, and urges you all to take part! The deadline for submission is June 22.









51 N. Swinton Avenue    Delray Beach, FL 33444











6th Annual   6X6   EXHIBITION  &  SALE




Opening Reception:

Friday, July 5    6 – 9 pm

Art Sale

Thursday, July 25      6:30 pm

Free admission for 6 x 6 participants; $5 admission otherwise

Exhibit is on view  July 6 – July 25, 2019

Tuesday – Saturday 10 am – 5 pm       Museum Admission Fee





All artists, aspiring, professional and hobbyists, are invited to submit original artworks – any medium – in the 6″ x 6″ format for this all-inclusive art experience! All art must be ready to hang on the wall. All pieces are shown as the Spotlight Gallery feature exhibition for the month of July, opening during Delray Beach’s First Friday Art Walk on July 5, 2019 and will remain on view until the 6×6 Art Sale.








Cornell Art Museum is excited to announce its 6th ANNUAL 6×6 EXHIBITION & SALE coming up this July. All submitted artworks are then sold for $30 each on July 25 in an auction-style sale. All proceeds will benefit the Cornell Art Museum programming.



Submission Forms: Print, download or pick up your form at Cornell Art Museum or Creative Art School/Crest Theatre at Old School Square. Forms and supplies are also available at Hands Art Supply on Atlantic Avenue.








For more information:

Art on the Square is a signature fundraising event for Old School Square Center for the Arts, Inc., a 501 (c)(3) registered non-profit cultural organization.







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Martin Artisans Guild Presents “Spring Into Arts At The Barn” Pop Up Exhibit Saturday, April 13. Free Admission And Parking

The Martin Artisans Guild presents “Spring Into Arts At The Barn”.  This Pop-up exhibit will be held at the Red Barn Furniture Store and Gallery in Stuart on Saturday, April 13.  Twenty artists will showcase and sell their paintings, jewelry, ceramics, and fiber arts.  There is plenty of free parking and admission is free. The Rickie Report shares the details here.















Saturday, April 13

10 – 5

Red Barn Furniture & Gallery

513 SE Monterey Road     Stuart, FL

Free admission and Parking







For more information:




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JF Gallery Opens Call To Established, Mid-Career, And Emerging Artists In The United States For 8th Annual Juried Exhibit

JF Gallery is pleased to announce its 8th Annual Juried Art Exhibit, with juror Bruce Helander.  Applications are open to all Established, Mid Career, and Emerging artists in the United States. The Opening Reception will be held on June 29.  The Rickie Report shares the details here and urges artists to apply! The exhibit takes place June 28 – July 20, 2019.


3901 S. Dixie Hwy    West Palm Beach, FL




JF Gallery  8th Annual Juried Art Exhibit

Open to all

Established, Mid Career and Emerging Artists

In the United States


Entry Deadline: 5/31/19




June 29th      6 – 9  pm

Exhibit runs June 28 – July 20, 2019




  • Open to all Established, Mid Career and Emerging Artists in the United States.

  • Entries must have been completed within the past 2 years and not previously exhibited in JF Gallery.

  • Jury will be looking for technically competent work in all genres and Styles. 

  • Artist may submit one (1) to three (3) pieces of artwork.

  • JF Gallery takes a commission of 35% on all sold artwork during exhibit.


Best in show: $500. The juror has the option of awarding Honorable Mention recognitions. Purchase awards and exhibition opportunities are some of the additional benefits possible for artists whose work is selected.


Work in 2D and 3D media is eligible.
2D work must be wired and ready for hanging.
Sculptures not to exceed 100 lbs in weight.
Artists of all mediums and genres are encouraged to apply. (Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Glass, Fiber, Functional, Digital, Photography, Installation, Mixed Media, New Genres)
MAXIMUM Outside to Outside Dimensions including any framing, are: 62 x 62





Artists whose works are accepted will be notified via email or phone by June 7th 2019.
Accepted works may be withheld from exhibition at the Juror’s discretion. This option
is seldom exercised, however, in order to insure the quality of the exhibition it must
be maintained. Accepted works must remain on exhibit for the duration of the Exhibit NO EXCEPTIONS. Entry Fees are non-refundable.



Accepted works may be hand delivered or shipped PRE-PAID by June 24th. The Artist will assume payment for return shipment. Artists should insure their work during transit. Although all responsible care will be exercised, JF Gallery cannot be responsible for any loss or damage in shipping or while on exhibit. Sending an entry shall limply an agreement on the part of the sender to the conditions set forth in this prospectus.

JF Gallery is not responsible for artwork left unclaimed past pick up date of July 22nd.


Any questions or concerns MUST be sent via email:

IF ENTERING BY MAIL using prospectus from our website: Applications and cds submitted will not be returned
(You may send a prepaid envelope if you do wish to have CD sent back to you) does not apply if entering via cafe site
Make checks payable to: JF Gallery if entering by mail
How to save your image file if your entering by mail

Bruce Helander ( photo courtesy of Robert Nelson)


Bruce Helander is an art critic, arts writer, curator and artist whose specialty is collage and assemblage. He has a master’s degree in painting from the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design, where he later became the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs of the college. He is a former White House fellow of the National Endowment for the Arts and has won the South Florida Cultural Consortium fellowship for professional achievement in the visual arts. He is one of two 2014 inductees to the Florida Artists Hall of Fame, Florida’s most prestigious arts and culture honor (the other is musician Tom Petty).

City Link magazine called Bruce Helander “Arguably the most recognized and successful collage artist in the country…” and Kenworth Moffett, the former director of the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, said in Gold Coast magazine that “If there was a Pulitzer Prize for collage, Helander would surely win it.”

His work is in over fifty museum collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Smithsonian, Art Institute of Chicago, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art and Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles. The artist and his work has been the subject of 100 reviews and articles in numerous publications, including Art in America, ARTnews, and The Washington Post.

Helander is the former Editor-in-Chief of The Art Economist magazine and recently exhibited his work at Georgia Scherman Projects (Toronto), Corzine Fine Art (Los Angeles), Peter Marcelle Gallery (Bridgehampton, New York), Cornell Museum of Art (Delray Beach), and ArtHouse 429 (West Palm Beach). Most currently, his work was shown by Arcature Fine Art at Art Miami and Art Miami New York/Pier 94 and by Tansey Contemporary at Art Wynwood.  Helander is now focusing on a retrospective of his collages and paintings for the Coral Springs Museum of Art, scheduled for 2017, and his collages are included in “Open This End,” a five-year traveling museum show of works from the celebrated Blake Byrne collection in Los Angeles, currently at the Nasher Museum of Art.

For more information about this exhibition:

Facebook event link:


JF Gallery
3901 S. Dixie Hwy    West Palm Beach,  FL





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17019 SW Sapri Way   Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

Body Paint-By-Number And Fabulous Art Opening At Brewhouse Gallery Friday, April 12

Experience a new kind of art reception at the Brewhouse Gallery on Friday, April 12 “Live painting” will take on a new meaning, as you can paint on a live model or just watch the resident artists paint their own canvases.  Limited tickets are available to paint part of the live model and proceeds will benefit Kelsey Cares. All other artwork will be for sale. Enjoy refreshments and live music during a unique art event in Lake Park, FL.  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks. Music will be provided by Big Lux: Hip hop Violin!







 720 Park Avenue in Lake Park

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday   3PM–12AM; Saturday  & Sunday 12PM–12AM

Closed Monday & Tuesday        Phone:    (561) 469-8930




Body Paint-By-Number*


Fabulous Art Opening 

Music by Big Lux: Hip Hop Violin

Friday,  April 12

6 – 8:30 pm  

* Must be at least 18 years old 


Fabulous Art Opening by our resident artists! All art for sale!




Brewhouse Gallery 


The Brewhouse Gallery is a community art gallery and craft beer oasis! It offers some of the most limited craft beers, a full wine list, homemade sangria and catered food nightly. It’s a creative space to share ideas & get inspired. Established in 2014, The Brewhouse Gallery is the brainchild of accomplished Palm Beach Gardens artist AJ Brockman. He wanted to reinvent the art gallery model after experiencing firsthand what it’s like to make a living as an artist.



Artwork by Anthony Burks Sr.



Join us, Friday, April 12 from 6 PM to 8:30 PM as we showcase some of our current artists with a very unique event. Many of them will be painting live including  Anthony Burks Sr, Kat Janis, Kevin Goff, Leo J. Arbeznik and more! 



Artwork by Leo Arbeznik



Live painting! If you ever wanted to try painting a “live” canvas….this is your opportunity!  Buy a ticket for $20 and choose a number out of the bag to find out which square on our beautiful model you will be painting!  Create a masterpiece!  Limited tickets are available! A percentage of the proceeds will benefit Kelsey Cares! The model will have modesty tags on her body and wear a thong.





Wine, hors d’oeuvres, and live music also provided. Come out and meet the talent behind your favorite pieces! The artists will be here to share their stories and techniques. Plus, negotiate with them on that masterpiece you have been checking out!




For more information:


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Special Reception & Exhibit At Center For Creative Education Features National Association of Women Artists Florida Chapter’s “The Influence Of Frida Kahlo On Contemporary Art”

The National Association of Women Artists, Florida Chapter invites the public to “The Influence of Frida Kahlo on Contemporary Art”.  The exhibition includes artworks of NAWAFL artists, as they used elements of Kahlo’s work to inspire their own. The Opening Reception takes place on Friday, April 12 in the Sallie & Berton Korman Gallery at the Center for Creative Education. The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.








425 24th Street    West Palm Beach, FL 33407
T: (561) 805-9927


P R E S E N T S:



National Association of Women Artists

 Florida Chapter

“The Influence of Frida Kahlo

On Contemporary Art”  




Special Public Reception

Friday, April 12, 2019

6:00 to 8:00 pm

$10 Entry for Charity



Artwork by Eileen Shaloum



The Sallie & Berton Korman Gallery at Center for Creative Education

425 24th Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33407

(561) 805-9927

Jonathon Ortiz-Smykla, Director of In-House Operations

Exhibition is free to the public during regular gallery hours:  Monday – Friday 10am to 4pm

Exhibit runs April 8 through May 30, 2019




Artwork by Roberta Millman


The National Association of Women Artists, Florida Chapter exhibits within the Sallie & Berton Korman Gallery at the Center For Creative Education.  “The Influence of Frida Kahlo on Contemporary Art” inspired NAWAFL artists to use the elements of Frida Kahlo’s work to inspire their own, contemporary artworks.  Our Exhibition Inspiration:  “I paint my own reality.  The only thing I know is that I paint because I need to, and I paint whatever passes through my head without any other consideration.” Frida Kahlo



Frida Kahlo’s artistic depiction of her reality was forged through her pain.   She had been crippled by polio at a very early age which severely stunted her right leg.  Later, while studying Medicine (at 18 years old), she was involved in and survived a horrific accident that resulted in smashing her legs (her right one had to be amputated), as well as breaking her back and receiving multiple internal injuries.  Yet she persevered and found her new direction, in life, through her art.  She lived her life unapologetic.  She never pretended to be something other than who she was.  She embraced her Mexican Heritage, she spoke her mind when it came to politics or matters of the heart.  And she painted through her pain.   It is her warrior spirit that resonates with so many women and artists today.



Featured Artists:

Amalia Brujis

Sara Davidson-Zigdon

Muffy Clark Gill

Janet Gold

Cassandra Gordon-Harris

Helene Kleiner

Diane Lublinski

Bobbi Mastrangelo

Jane McIntyre

Roberta Millman-Ide

Anabel Peicher

Patti Robbins

Debbie Rubin

Karen H. Salup

Beth Scher

Eileen Shaloum

Jill Sneidman

Pat Zalisko



Artwork by Karen H Salup





NAWA Florida Chapter: NAWA fosters public awareness of, and interest in, works of art with emphasis on fine art created by women and encourages the art work of new emerging artists.  Learn More Here:


NAWA: Founded in 1889 in New York City, the National Association of Women Artists, Inc. (NAWA) is the first professional women’s fine arts group, in the United States.    In 1995, the first NAWA Chapter was founded in Florida. The Florida Chapter extends the mission of our National Organization by providing highly visible Florida venues designing art education opportunities for its members and promoting art education to Florida communities; as well as encouraging the next generation of women artists to strive for even more visibility of women artists in the Art World. We invite you to learn more about our chapter by visiting our website at






The Gallery at Center for Creative Education
425 24th Street    West Palm Beach, FL 33406

For more information about this event, classes, workshops or upcoming exhibits:

Jonathon Ortiz-Smykla, Gallery and Marketing Manager

State Issued Photo ID Required for Visit
T: (561) 805-9927 ext. 106   F: (561) 805-9929

Empowering Students to Grow Academically, Creatively and Socially Through Arts-Based Education





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