Mark Stall Is Featured Fine Art Photographer At Kling Gallery In Stuart For Month Of August. Public Is Invited To Opening Reception August 1.

The Kling Gallery, Wine & Décor located in Stuart, FL announces the month of August’s Featured Guest Artist, Mark Stall.  Mark is new to the area and while he says he an emerging artist, all signs are clear that his lens is quite focused!  His photography brings a sense of mystery to rowboat close-ups and sailboats in the in the mist. We love his capture of colorful images!  The public is invited to a Free Opening Reception on Thursday, August 1.  Enjoy hors d’oeuvres, the wonderful wine boutique and meet the artists!  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.  In addition to wall art, browse the hand made furniture, home accessories, and the wine bar!








723 Colorado Plaza  Stuart, FL 34994

Colorado Plaza on the corner of Colorado and Kindred






Original Paintings

Napa- Style Tasting Room

Custom Furniture 

Home Decor





Opening Reception:

Thursday, August 1st

5 – 7:00  PM  

Artist Talk During Reception






Fine Art Photographer, Mark Stall





Mark Stall tells The Rickie Report, “I started my fine art photography career in 2002 using high-end digital cameras, video cameras, and my iPhone, which is always close by. I love the freedom that digital offers. I use the computer and apps to enrich my images and give them new identities. My distinctive work has won many top awards at leading juried contests in Wisconsin, including the Hidden River Art Festival Eddy Award (2012), several Cedarburg Art Museum (2014, 2015, 2016) Ozaukee Annual Juried Exhibition (2016) and The Milwaukee Intercontinental Hotel (2016)”.  


“Foggy Sunset” ©by Mark Stall




Mark first picked up a camera at age 11 in 1968, using traditional photographic film and darkroom processes. His passion for photography was ignited! Mark owned and operated Pro Studio Supply for photographers since 1988 and continues his fine art career in Martin County.


“Sunrise At Refuge” ©by Mark Stall



Mark shares, “My passion is composition in architecture, everything nautical and in nature. Every day I capture images and experiment with post-processing to create vibrant and compelling statements about the world around me. With the computer, I give a single photograph many lives, shifting focus, changing colors and making it tell a completely new story”. He is a member of the Martin Artisan’s Guild & the Palm Beach Photo Center.


“Round Lake Rowboat”© by Mark Stall






Kling Gallery, Wine & Décor

723 Colorado Plaza   Stuart, FL34994


Colorado Plaza on the corner of Colorado and Kindred






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PGA/Verano Announces Call For Artists. One Day Indoor Festival Of Arts February 8, 2020 Applications Are Open

Club Talavera at PGA/Verano in Port St. Lucie announces its Call for Artists for its Annual Festival of Arts on Saturday, February 8, 2020. This indoor show offers attendees free admission and free parking.  Artists creating 2D and 3D works are encouraged to apply. Proceeds help to benefit the Ft. Pierce Jazz Society Scholarship Fund.  The Rickie Report shares the details and application.







11 AM – 3 PM





For more information please contact:

Barbara Vennard


Rickie Leiter



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New Studio For The Visual Arts Joins In The Fight Against Cancer, Shares Art Call For “POP! The Power Of Pink”

The New Studio for The Visual Arts shares a Call to Artists for an upcoming exhibition and benefit for the American Cancer Society. “POP! The Power Of Pink” will open on October 11 and run through November 1.  Artists who create 2D (oil, watercolor, pastel, graphite, mixed media, and photography) as well as 3D (sculpture and jewelry) are urged to enter.  The Rickie Report shares the details.  Art patrons, mark your calendars to support this exhibit!






The New Studio for The Visual Arts

Joins in the Fight Against Cancer

“POP!  The  Power   Of   Pink!”

An Exhibition and Benefit for the American Cancer Society 




Opening Reception/Awards:

October 11, 2019

5:30 – 7:30 pm

Exhibit will be available October 7 through November 1, 2019




In honor of the men and women who have touched our lives and fought a battle with cancer, The New Studio for the Visual Arts of Jupiter, Inc. presents “POP! Power of Pink!” A specially tailored juried art exhibition to benefit the American Cancer Society.



We have all had loved ones who have been affected by cancer and these chapters of their lives are tough, to say the least. The New Studio for the Visual Arts believes we can help make a positive impact through art. POP! Power of Pink” was created based on the inspiration “How do you see pink as powerful?”



Using color to draw inspiration and power from, artists can submit work in oil, watercolor, pastel, graphite, mixed media and photography. Three-dimensional works in sculpture and jewelry are also accepted. Three awards of merit will be given in the cash prize of $300 each, in addition three honorable mentions will also be awarded in certificates. Sue Archer will serve as juror.


Submission fee are as follows: $35 for one image, $45 for two images, $55 for three images.

Exhibition submission process is being conducted through Juried Art Services.

For Call for Entry:






For more information about this exhibit, classes, workshops or opportunities to teach:


The New Studio for the Visual Arts mission:

Nurture a vibrant arts community

Foster artistic excellence

Lower the barriers to participation in the arts

Bring people together for a powerful shared experience that inspires a creative exchange of ideas 



No membership fee!
No registration fee!
Prorating available!

Sign up today.

Call 561-295-5712






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Reminders: Four Calls To Artists For Local, National, International Shows. More Calls To Artists To Come Soon!

The Rickie Report shares reminders for four Calls to Artists of juried art exhibits, including international, national , and local entries.  Please share with other artists, and arts organizations. These are all opportunities to promote your creativity!  Stay tuned, as we announce new Calls to Artists over the next few weeks!






Martin County Arts Council’s 29th Annual All Florida Juried Arts Show

Entry Deadline – July 31, 2019

All Florida artists in all media are invited to APPLY NOW on CaFE for the 29th Annual All Florida Juried Arts Show held at the Court House Cultural Center Galleries in downtown Stuart, Florida.  Selected works will be exhibited from October 18 through December 19, 2019.  Hurry and don’t miss this opportunity to submit your artwork!




Artists & Charities Hand In Hand


Entry Deadline – September 15

Fine Art Show at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. A weekend’s worth of fine art that includes: jewelry, photography, paintings, mixed media, and sculptures represented by some of the best fine artists in South Florida. November 2 & 3rd, 2019

Experience the scope of their genres and meet and chat with the artists.themselves. 20% of all sales are donated to our participating charities –A.W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts Foundation , The Armory Art Center, andPeggy Adams Animal Rescue League





Entry Deadline – September 30

We are a team of art and photography lovers who believe that art, in all its forms, can reach people all over the globe and win hearts and minds for the cause of preserving all forms of life and the environment. To this end we organize exhibitions, contests and other events to focus attention on all that is ENDANGERED in our world.

We believe that reaching out to Young Artists and encouraging them to express their concerns for the environment and endangered species through art is important if we are to safeguard the future of our planet.

Click on the link to submit your fine art or photography!

Any questions?



1st    Annual    Art    Show    in    The    Gardens



Entry Deadline –  November 1


Join the Friends of the Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens for their first annual Art Show in The Gardens on Saturday, January 4 and Sunday, January 5, 2020. The show will feature artists representing 2D, 3D, Jewelry and Fine Crafts from the Treasure Coast and beyond. Applications are due by November 1, 2019.  The Rickie Report shares the details of this Call to Artists. What a fabulous setting to see your creative artwork!!  Please note: Non-Profit Art Societies and/or Informational Resource Tables will be available at this event for a low fee. What a fabulous way to network with the community!!


You may also download and print the Artist Application, including the Complete Guidelines and Exhibitor Rules & Regulations by clicking HERE ​







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4th Annual West Palm Beach Arts Festival Call To Artists For December 7 – 8th Outdoor Celebration Of Arts

Artists are invited to participate in the 4th Annual West Palm Beach Arts Festival presented by the Armory Art Center on December 7 -8, 2019. The Festival features local and out-of-town artists, live music, demonstrations, food trucks, and activities for all ages. The call to artists is seeking local, regional, and national artists working in ceramics, drawing, fiber, furniture, glass, jewelry, photography, printmaking, sculpture, mixed-media, and painting. Last year’s festival brought 6,000 festival visitors. This event is well publicized by local media reporting, media sponsorships, advertising, and social media. Scheduled at the perfect time for holiday shopping, vendors will reach affluent Palm Beach and Broward County residents, and engage our large seasonal tourist population.  The Rickie Report shares the details!  Deadline for application: August 23.



811 Park Place   W. Palm Beach, FL 33401




CALL        FOR        ARTISTS

4th Annual West Palm Beach Arts Festival


December 7 & 8, 2019 | 10 AM – 5 PM


811 Park Place, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Armory Art Center Campus


Last year’s festival brought 6,000 festival visitors.


This event is well publicized by local media reporting, media sponsorships, advertising, and social media. Scheduled at the perfect time for holiday shopping, vendors will reach affluent Palm Beach and Broward County residents, and engage our large seasonal tourist population.



The campus hosts space for 95 10’x10’ tents throughout the Armory’s campus. Tents will be located outdoors in the campus sculpture garden and parking lot.  The Armory Art Center is on the south end of Howard Park within walking distance of the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, the Palm Beach Convention Center, Hilton West Palm Beach, and Rosemary Square—a premier shopping, dining, and entertainment destination.



Artists will have the opportunity to interact with the public through art demos and booth chats. Live music, food, and activities for kids make the festival a perfect experience for all.



Set up is on Friday, December 6, 2019. Artists parking will be available.



To participate, go to to access the application on Zapplications.

  • Submit three jpegs of the artwork you plan to sell and a picture of your booth display along with your application.

  • Application deadline is August 23, 2019.

  • There is a $35 artist application fee

  • Booths are 10’x10’ for $200 each.



Tent Requirements: Tents must be 10’x10’ and made to withstand wind and rain. The tent color must be white to remain consistent with event standards. Recommended brands are Light Done, Show Off, and Flourish. There is a minimum of 50 lbs. of weight per corner required to meet quality standards.



Tent Rental: “Tents 4 Events” is offering tents for rent with set-up and breakdown included. Please log on to or call 954-675-7634 directly to setup your tent rental.



4th Annual West Palm Beach Arts Festival
December 7-8, 2019 from 10 am to 5 pm
Armory Art Center Campus
811 Park Place, West Palm Beach, FL 33401



About The Armory Art Center:



The Armory Art Center’s art school and galleries provide creative opportunities to enhance your life. The Armory has served the community for over 30 years. The mission of the Armory Art Center is to inspire the creation and experience of art and the Armory’s vision is to be the leading community resource for arts education. Serving over 3,000 students annually, the Armory Art Center offers 160 courses per term in six terms throughout the year to students ranging in age from pre-school to retiree. Classes in drawing, painting, photography, jewelry, fiber, ceramics, and sculpture are held in 12 state-of–the-art studios. Twelve exhibitions are hosted annually in three galleries. Exhibitions, lectures, and special events are open to the public.


For more information:



Call (561) 832-1776







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See You At Cornell Art Museum 6×6 Exhibit & Sale On Thursday, July 25! Over 700 Artworks Available At Only $30 Each

Artists from around the country have donated 700 6×6 inch art works in a variety of mediums to the Cornell Art Museum’s fundraiser, The 6×6 Exhibition & Sale All are on view now and then available to purchase for $30 in an auction-style sale on Thursday, July 25.  All proceeds benefit the Cornell Art Museum.  The Rickie Report shares the details, some photos from last year, and urges you to attend! Doors open at 6 pm with the sale starting promptly at 6:30 pm. Rickie Leiter is participating with a mahjong themed piece that rattles when you shake the dice!







51 N. Swinton Avenue    Delray Beach, FL 33444







6th Annual   6X6   EXHIBITION  &  SALE








Art Sale

Thursday, July 25      

Doors Open at 6 pm

 Sale Begins at 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





How the 6th Annual   6X6   EXHIBITION  &  SALE works:


Each 6×6 work of art available to purchase for only $30 each!

$5 admission (free admission for 6×6 participants) entitles guest to colored bracelet that will be called randomly.

When color is called, guest may purchase up to two 6×6 works. 

Once all colors are called, guest may purchase as many 6×6’s as they wish.

Guests can improve their chances of being selected First, Second or Third to buy art by purchasing First Purchase Lottery Tickets for $20 a chance/5 for $80.  This increases the guests chances of buying their desired original work of art!

The Cornell Art Museum’s 6×6 Art Sale has become very popular and provides a unique opportunity to purchase amazing original art for only $30 each!






All submitted artworks are sold for $30 each in an auction-style sale. All proceeds will benefit the Cornell Art Museum programming.




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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New Exhibit Opens On July 19 At Boca Artists Guild Gallery. Meet The Artists And Enjoy This Free Event

The Artists’ Guild of the Boca Museum of Art invites the public to visit their new gallery on Friday, July 19 and meet the artists!  The Guild represents some of South Florida’s finest painters, sculptors, photographers, and jewelry artists!  Browse the carefully juried and curated exhibits and find the perfect artwork for your home or office!  The Rickie Report shares the details here, including more about joining the Guild. New location:  The Guild’s Gallery has moved from Delray Beach to Boca Raton! New Members are always welcome!







2910 N. Federal Hwy   Boca Raton, FL 33431  (In Elegance Plaza)

Gallery Hours:  TUE – SAT: 10AM – 6PM      SUN: 1 – 5PM








FRIDAY,   July 19



 6:00 – 8:00  PM




Free admission & Parking      

Open to the Public



2910 N. Federal Hwy   Boca Raton, FL 33431  

(In Elegance Plaza)






The Artists Guild is an auxiliary of the Boca Raton Museum of Art and was established in its current form in 1984 by the Board of Trustees of the Boca Raton Museum of Art. The Guild comprises hundreds of members, many of whom exhibit at the Artists Guild Gallery on Federal Highway in Boca Raton, FL.



Steve Nash tells The Rickie Report, “We very much encourage your participation in the Artists Guild. Our organization is vibrant and growing because of the interest and excitement of our members. It is not necessary to participate in the Artists Guild Gallery in Boca Raton to be an active member of our Guild. We have many exciting exhibition venues beyond the Artists Guild Gallery in Boca Raton”.



Become active and get the most out of your experience with The Artists Guild!  There are three levels of participation with the Boca Museum Artists’ Guild: Associate, Signature, and Participating Signature members.  





  • Support the Boca Raton Museum of Art (BRMA).
  • Provide an association of artists in all media to interchange ideas, support and educate members and provide quality venues for the exhibition of their original fine art.
  • Treat members and customers with respect and dignity.
  • To contribute to the cultural climate of South Florida.
  • Grow our organization.

Gallery view




In 1950, Boca Raton had a population of less than 1000, with the library acting as the cultural center of the community. Community members began an “Open House,” to exhibit their individual arts and crafts accomplishments. In 1951, the Art Guild of Boca Raton was organized and later incorporated on December 12, 1954.  In 1960, five adjacent lots were purchased on West Palmetto Park Road. Construction began in 1962 and, in the fall of that year, 12 years from it’s founding, the Art Guild dedicated its first home.


Because of a pressing need for studio space, due to the growth of its classes, a building committee was created in 1968. On March 29, 1969, the Studio Building was dedicated. Since 1969, the growth of the Art Guild has taken many different directions. The Exhibiting Artists Guild, known as the P.A.G. or Professional Artists Guild, was formed.


Artists of the “Guild,” held critiques, presented demonstrations by well-known artists and were invited to exhibit their works in several hotels, corporations and clubs. In 1975, the Center changed its name to Boca Raton Center for the Arts, and 10 years later, the Boca Raton Museum of Art. In a relatively short period of time, the enthusiastic support of a group of community artists led to the foundation of the BRMCA!


In 1997, the name was changed to Boca Museum Artist Guild. Membership was opened to the community. Guild membership was divided into two categories: Associate and Exhibiting. Guild activities have significantly contributed to positive public relations for the Museum. The Guild has participated in Boca Festival Days for 16 years; exhibited with Northern Trust Bank at their request; and provided artwork for Boca Raton Community Center, City Hall and Patch Reef Park. For two years, the Guild provided the Art Department of Pine Crest School with exhibits for teaching tools and with member lecturers. For the past three years, the Guild has participated in a joint exhibition project with the students of Boca Raton High School. Several Guild members serve as teachers at the Museum’s Art School. Additionally, Guild artists support the Museum’s Annual Auction with donated artwork and volunteers.


In 2000, The Artist Guild moved its exhibition center from Royal Palm Plaza to the Shops at Boca Center. Known as the Images Gallery, it offered Signature Members a first class exhibition space in a popular, commercial center. It proved to be a very positive public relations effort for both the Guild and the BRMCA. Professional artists were drawn to the center, as there was no comparable exhibition space for local artists in the tri-county area.


Membership in The Artists Guild doubled between 2000 and 2004. We currently have several hundred members, both artists and lovers of the arts. Increasing art sales produced real year-end contributions from The Artists Guild to the Boca Raton Museum of Art.  The Artists Guild moved to Mizner Park in Boca Raton in April 2005. Between April 2005 and September 2008, the Images Gallery was in three different Mizner Park locations. The Guild lost its space in Mizner Park and The Images Gallery closed at the end of September, 2008.  In October 2008, the Guild secured a new location for its gallery, this time on Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach. This new gallery, now known as The Artists Guild Gallery, reopened in November, 2008, with participation of over 100 Signature Members of The Artists Guild.


In September 2017, the Guild moved back to Boca Raton in a new larger space on Federal Hwy. This new gallery, known as The Artists Guild Gallery, is over 3,000 square feet. It reopened in October, 2017, with participation of over 100 Signature Members.



For detailed information about this event, future exhibits, and membership, please visit:

For more information:

Steve Nash:



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Pompano Beach Cultural Center Presents Interactive Exhibit, “Super Natural Humanoids”, With Larger-Than-Life Adult Marionettes July 12 To October 4

The Pompano Beach Cultural Center presents “Super Natural Humanoids”, an interactive installation of larger-than-life marionettes, which resemble older adults.  Using levers and pulleys, guests will ‘activate’ these handcrafted works of art, encouraging a dialogue about how society can create better connections with our aging population.  Kudos to artists, Aurora Molina and Julian Pardo!  The public is invited to the Opening Reception on Friday, July 12. The exhibit continues to be available through October 4.  The Rickie Report shares the details and a sneak peek.





   P  R  E  S  E  N  T  S:




” Super   Natural   Humanoids “



Opening  Reception:

Friday, July 12

7 – 9 pm

Exhibit is available July 12 – October 4, 2019

 Free Admission



The Pompano Beach Cultural Center

50 West Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33060





Aurora Molina tells The Rickie Report, ““While I was living in Spain, I noticed a cultural contrast in the way older people were treated. In Europe, there was more interaction, appreciation and respect for society’s elders than what is typical in the United States. Here, our aging population and our more vulnerable population seems less included. We created Super Natural Humanoids to open up a dialogue about how we deal with age and how we can work to be more connected and inclusive.”






Exhibition Encourages Interaction

With Life-Size Older Adult Marionettes






“Super Natural Humanoids” Installation Art Exhibit by Aurora Molina and Julian Pardo





Molina and Pardo especially encourage younger people to play with the marionettes, which range in size from 5 feet to 14 feet tall and take weeks to complete. Through this ‘play time,’ the artists hope that people will realize how fun and cool older people can be, and that all stages of life are connected and should be respected.




“This is a brilliantly thought-provoking exhibition,” said Phyllis Korab, Cultural Affairs Director. “On the surface, playing with the marionettes is entertaining, but on a deeper level the artists are compelling us to reflect upon our own interactions with the aging population in our society. They are challenging us to look within ourselves and be more aware of how we engage with our seniors.”


About the artists:


Fiber artist Aurora Molina employs embroidery as a drawing instrument, and fabric as a material for building large sculptural installations. She was born in La Havana, Cuba and emigrated to the United States at the age of sixteen. She pursued an education in art and received her Associates of Arts in Visual Arts from Miami Dade College, a Bachelors in Fine Arts specializing in Mixed Media from Florida International University, and Master Degree in Contemporary Art at the Universidad Europea de Madrid. Molina currently resides in Miami, Florida, where she works as a full-time artist. She is a resident of the Bakehouse Art Complex and represented by Bernice Steinbaum Gallery.


Julian Pardo is Miami-based Colombian artist graduated from Broward College and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Florida International University. His work has been shown in local galleries and museums such as the Young at Art Museum, Little Haiti Cultural Center, and Alma Gallery. Along with exhibiting his works, Pardo has also co-curated a South Florida artist-based group photography exhibition titled “Freshly Squeezed” at the Dina Mitrani Gallery. He has worked under the guidance of many well-known artists like Jim Goldberg from Magnum Photo, Alessandra Sanguinneti, and Bruce Giden.




About the City of Pompano Beach Cultural Affairs Department:

The mission of the Cultural Affairs Department is to provide cultural programming that includes visual arts, digital media, music, film, theater, dance, and public art for the enjoyment and enrichment of residents 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, Historic Ali Cultural Arts, Bailey Contemporary Arts, Pompano Beach Amphitheater, and the Blanche Ely House. The department also oversees the City’s Public Art Program and the prestigious National Endowment for the Arts’ Our Town grant awarded to the Pompano Beach Crossroads place-making arts initiative.



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Artists Eye Gallery & Boutique Opens Call For Artists And Announces Free Reception On Friday, July 5

Artist’s Eye Gallery & Boutique invites the public to the Opening Reception for “ENCORE” summer art show on Friday, July 5.  The exhibit includes a large array of genres and mediums.  Meet the artists, enjoy some refreshments, and beat the heat!  In addition, artists (from emerging to professional) are welcome to apply for upcoming exhibits.  You do not have to live in Palm Beach County to participate!  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


“ENCORE” Summer Series”

Meet The Artists


Opening Reception:


Friday, July 5, 2019

  6 – 8 pm  

This Exhibit runs July 2 – 28, 2019



CALLING ALL ARTISTS  to show your work in our gallery!



We are proud to offer an unprecedented equal opportunity for all artists! We are unique in the fact that we accept the work of ALL artists, from emerging to professional, to show, sell and compete for awards in our Artist’s Eye Gallery and Boutique, just steps off Lake Avenue on Lucerne in downtown Lake Worth.




Our gallery is owned and operated by the Lake Worth Art League, the oldest non-profit art organization in Palm Beach County, founded in 1941. The league is comprised of very talented artists from all disciplines. More good news… it is very inexpensive to join and show. First, become a member. You then have the opportunity to show up to 5 pieces of work in each one of our 8 judged “season” shows. Each show is judged by a qualified judge that is not affiliated with the league. The league offers cash prizes and ribbons for first, second, third, and honorable mention award winners. Low entry fees for each piece. Summer exhibitions continue with reduced prices for entry as these shows are not judged. The league retains 20% of all sales. That percentage along with membership, entry fees and our volunteers, helps keep the gallery open and your work visible to the public. A reception with light refreshment is held for each show. All shows are advertised. Membership also offers the opportunity to sell your small works/prints, and other original creations in our Boutique. Please go to to find out more!




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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Youth Summer Campers Are Immersed In Creativity And Art! Art! Art! At The Boca Raton Museum Art School. Available Through August 9.

The Boca Raton Museum School of Art offers weekly Youth Summer Camp through August 9.  A typical Day includes creating new art projects, collaborating on team projects, exploring world cultures and art history, learning new art terms, recreation, game time, film, and quiet time.   The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.  Ages 5- 12 are welcome!









Boca Raton Museum of Art – The Art School
801 W. Palmetto Road     Boca Raton FL 33486




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WEEK 5 (JULY 1, 2, 3, & 5)


Learn the fundamentals of drawing and painting while sketching objects from life. Experimentation and creativity are encouraged to develop confidence in working with a variety of media.

Register for Week 5

WEEK 6 (JULY 8-12)


Have fun creating original hero and villain characters and creative creatures while learning the basics of cartooning and everything anime. Create stories full of action and suspense by building a story arc with a beginning, middle, and end.

Register for Week 6

WEEK 7 (JULY 15-19)


Learn techniques for constructing sculptures with a variety of fun materials while exploring the basic elements of art: color, form, line, shape, space, texture, and value.

Register for Week 7

WEEK 8 (JULY 22-26)


If you love to draw and have ever wished you could bring your drawings to life through cartooning, this is the camp for you! Develop original characters, situations, and storylines, then combine them with hand drawn elements of constructed animations.

Register for Week 8



This week’s camp is designed to help emerging young artists build strong technical skills utilizing a variety of drawing techniques and mediums. Use observation from life and imagination to create unique, one of a kind works of art.

Register for Week 9

WEEK 10 (AUGUST 5-9)


Unleash the power of transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary. Bring found objects and recycled materials to life by transforming them into beautiful works of art.

Register for Week 10




Now through August 9, 2019 



  • Hours: Monday – Friday, 9;00 am- 4:00 pm

  • Doors Open: 8:30 am – 9:00 am (Mon), 8:45 am (Tue – Fri)

  • Early Care: 8:00 pm – 9:00 am ($25 per week) 

  • After Care: 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm ($25 per week) 

  • Closed Wednesday July 4 (during week 5)

A typical Day Includes…

  • Creating new art projects each day

  • Collaborating on team projects

  • Exploring world cultures and art history

  • Learning new art terms

  • Recreation and game time, film, and quiet time

  • Lunch and snack time 







For more information about these workshops, classes, exhibits and other events please visit:

Boca Raton Museum Art School
801 W. Palmetto Road Boca Raton FL 33486






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