Palm Beach Watercolor Society Announces Two Art Exhibits, Calls For Artists, Two-Day Workshop With Liz Walker, And The Spring Luncheon Plus Live Model Paint-Ins And Meetings. Join In the Fun And Learning Of This Vibrant Group!

Palm Beach Watercolor Society is totally immersed in all forms of water media!  Visit two exciting art exhibits Harbor Chase in Wellington on Feb.22 to buy a painting for your sweetheart and Harbor Chase in Boynton Beach on March 22; Members can Apply to a juried art show being held at the BRIC in Boca Raton ( deadline is April 7, 2024), sign up for a two-day workshop with Liz Walker ( March 15 & 16, 2024 via Zoom), and don’t miss the Spring Luncheon (March 8).  The Rickie Report shares ALL of this information and while these events are open to non-members, we suggest that you become a member of this vibrant art group now!  Artists do not have to reside in Palm Beach County to join!


















Harbor  Chase  Of  Boynton  Beach:  Deadline to enter Wednesday, March 13th





Harbor  Chase  of  Boynton  Beach — Friday, March 22,2024

3 – 6 pm

11810 S. Military Trail    Boynton Beach, FL 33436

PUBLIC  IS  WELCOME:  PLEASE  RSVP   (561) 770-1350
































Members $250 ~ Non Members $300



Non Members

A deposit can be made on the website under Workshops, Deposit


Make the check out to PBWS and mail to:  PBWS c/o  Hali Layton  12 Briarcliffe Lane  Glen Cove, NY 11542  








To pay by credit card: Go to the Paint-ins Page at

To pay by check: Please mail your checks made payable to PBWS and send to:

PBWS c/o  Hali Layton 12 Briarcliffe Lane  Glen Cove, New York 11542

OR call Mary Martinez (561) 704-0902 or (561) 736-7619 for more information or email Adrienne Walker


















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“Multiple Visions” Exhibit Features 12 Resident Artists From Arts Warehouse In Delray Beach At The Boca Raton Innovation Center (BRIC). Opening Reception Is Tuesday, February 13, 2024

“Multiple Visions” features 12 resident artists from Arts Warehouse in Delray Beach for an exhibition at the Boca Raton Innovation Center (BRIC).  The Opening Reception takes place on Tuesday, February 13, 2024. The exhibition invites viewers to explore the artists’ distinct viewpoints and disciplines, as they are united in their desire to share their stories, dreams, imagination, and passions through their chosen artistic medium varying from clay, mixed media, textiles, photography, and paint. Throughout the 6 month exhibition,many events are planned.  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.









“Multiple Visions”

Featuring the Arts Warehouse Resident Artists At The BRIC



Opening Reception 

Tuesday, February 13, 2024

6 –  8 pm

5000 T-Rex Avenue   Boca Raton, FL 33431





“Living on a Thin Line” by Sarah E. Huang



The competitive Resident Artist Program at Arts Warehouse is made up of 15 private artist studios, supporting artists as small businesses. One of the joys of working on their individual artistic visions at Arts Warehouse is the access to the public through studio visits, First Fridays, and special programs.  The studios offer the resident artists the opportunity to interact daily and develop their individual expression through their practice while working, learning, and sharing with one another as a collective.



“Untitled” by Bonnie Levinson



On the heels of a successful Resident Artist exhibition at Arts Warehouse in late 2023, “Multiple Visions” celebrates each artist’s unique practice, extending their reach beyond their studio spaces, into the vibrant South Florida arts community. The high quality of work exhibited is a testament to the caliber of artists at Arts Warehouse. The exhibition at the BRIC is an opportunity for a larger audience to experience this unique group of artists in a new setting and encourage further conversation in each artists’ personal studio spaces, back at Arts Warehouse. “We welcome expanding community participation at Arts Warehouse through studio visits, viewing our changing exhibitions, workshops, and personal art consulting. We have lots of experience helping people find that perfect work of art to enhance their home and their life.” says Bonnie Levinson, Resident artist, and curator of the exhibition at the BRIC.



Meet   the   Artists:



Amanda PernaOriginal imaginative clothing designer

Andrea FacusseA multimedia artist crafting pieces that emerge from the intricate interplay between humans and their surroundings, exploring how this dynamic shapes emotional and environmental awareness.

Bonnie LevinsonMulti-disciplinary artist who channels creativity across mediums—painting, collage, mixed media, and multi-image photography, investigating a balance between control and accident.

Edward Stinson IIIillustrator of story, concepts, and comic books.

Dominique DenisMulti-disciplinary artist and designer working at the intersection of art and architecture. Her work is conceptualized around themes of nostalgia, identity, transformation and belonging.

Jocelyn ChemelMark making, mixed media artist whose expression is influenced by current events, namely displacement, immigration, and climate change.

Karen H. Salupintuitive mixed media, abstract painter whose art is a colorful web where solid shape and varied lines interact in an atmospheric illusion.

Kass O’Brienceramist

Landis Careyceramist

Marianela PerezVenezuelan artist known for her skills in different media and discovering the fragmentation of space, shape, and color.

Ma Nong works in oil painting and mixed media exploring the signifiers of human nature.

Sarah E. HuangTaiwanese American multidisciplinary artist exploring themes of cultural identity, dreams, and memories through surrealist paintings, drawings, and installations.




“Sway” by Karen H Salup




“Being a part of Arts Warehouse has been a transformative experience. It has given me a space to collaborate and grow amongst a diverse group of artists where we are fostering a creative community that I’m grateful for.” says Sarah E. Huang, Resident Artist in her third year at Arts Warehouse.





Gallery View of “Multiple Visions”



“I’m excited to show alongside incredible artists that I get to watch create every day. Being in Arts Warehouse has been so wonderful! I have met so many friends that I have been able to collaborate and grow with, and it’s important to share about the unique environment that is Arts Warehouse studios” shared Resident Artist, Amanda Perna.






“Untitled” by Bonnie Levinson





Throughout the six month run of the exhibition there will be in-person public programming inspired by the exhibition at the BRIC. Programs may include guest presentations on such topics as the role of experimentation and collaboration in making art, the power of creativity in transforming our lives, the role of an arts residency in the development of the artist’s art practice. Virtual programming such as artist talk videos will be released on Arts Warehouse’s social media platforms. Exact dates of in-person programs will be announced.





For more details, contact the curator of the Multiple Visions exhibition, Resident Artist, Bonnie or @bonnielevinsonarts





About Arts Warehouse:

The Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency rehabilitated warehouse is located on Artist Alley in the Pineapple Grove district and opened in late 2017. Arts Warehouse offers rotating art exhibitions in three gallery spaces, art workshops held throughout each month, and special event programming. Arts Warehouse encourages community growth and empowerment through engagement with local artists, residents, and community members. The 15,000 sq. ft. space is a catalyst for economic development and growth within the Pineapple Grove Arts District and the community. Arts Warehouse is free and open to the public Wednesday through Saturday, weekly. For more information visit, or contact Grace Gdaniec, Program Director, at 561-330-9614 or


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Palm Beach Watercolor Society Shares Call For Juried Show At BRIC With April 11 Deadline. Show Starts April 20. Also Two Day Virtual Workshop With Lian Quan Zhen August 8 & 10.

The Palm Beach Watercolor Society announces  Call To Artists for “A Painting is Worth a Thousand Words” (Deadline is April 11) at BRIC (Boca Raton Innovation Campus) (Reception is April 25 ) and a virtual water media workshop with Lian Quan Zhen (August 8 and 10th). PBWS offers MANY opportunities no matter what your skill level all year-round.  The Rickie Report shares the details and reminds you that non-members are welcome to register!





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“A  Painting  Is  Worth  A  Thousand  Words


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President, Adrienne Walker tells The Rickie Report, “You can become a member, enter our shows, join our virtual Paint Ins with professional models, exhibit in our shows, watch YOU TUBE videos of all of our shows,, and much much more!  We remain active 12 months out of the year.  From November thru April our meetings are in house and Virtually on Zoom.  Home bound??  Can’t drive at night??   You will be sent a link to our Virtual meetings with a demo artist a few days before the meeting.  From May thru October our meetings with a demo artist are on Zoom only.  We are here for you 12 months out of the year”.








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