Palm Room In Stuart Features “Art In Isolation” An Exhibition of The Martin Artisans Guild. Opening Reception Wednesday, September 2 Includes 2D and 3D artworks

The Martin Artisans Guild announces the “Summer Salon” in the Palm Room. The public is welcome to the Opening Reception on Wednesday, September 2, 2020. Over 10 member-artists will display their art, sculpture, glass, and ceramics, as well as wearable art.  The Rickie Report shares the details, some sneak peeks, and an introduction to some of the artists. Masks will be available and Phase 2 distancing guidelines will be followed. This exhibit will be available through October 31, 2020.  All artwork is for sale.  

 

 

 

M E E T       T H E       A R T I S T S:

 

 

 

JANE   BALDRIDGE

 

“Storm Surge King Tide” by Jane Baldridge

 

I have had a fascination, maybe an obsession, with water for as long as I remember. I prefer to be in it, if not in than on and failing that let me stare at it. Watching my childhood sand castles fall to the continued impertinent rolling in of waves and tide captivated me. It was but a miniature version of what happens all around the globe.  I grew up in a small Texas fishing village that was underwater at the hint of a tropical storm, from there I moved to a North Carolina coastal fishing village that went under water with the lunar cycles. Now, much of the coastal areas of the planet have reason to watch their own erosion, subsidence and the rising tides reshape their world. I believe that those people who do not go out on the ocean and witness it’s power and beauty may not understand what happens with the rushing water borne on a storm. Currents, tides and runoff change the land, scouring some here, depositing some there. It can be beautiful or terrifying. This can manifest into the magic of an ox-bow forming in a river or a beach house undermined and falling into the ocean.

 

 

MALLO    BISSET

 

“Bahama Mama” by Mallo Bisset

 

 

My artwork celebrates the things that make me happy.  While my subject matter does vary, I am greatly influenced by my love of color, animals, and nature.  I have always lived close to the sea, so water and the color blue seem to be a part of me and often make it onto my canvas. When I get an idea for a painting and I can’t stop thinking about it, I know it’s time to get to work.  Often it’s these obsessive moments that lead to the best work.  The most rewarding feeling is seeing a smile on the face of someone viewing my work and nothing compares to the satisfaction of having someone bring home a piece of my work. Hopefully, my artwork makes you happy too!

 

 

CHARLIE    COTE

 

 

 

“Don’t Let Someone Dim Your Light Just Because it Shines In Their Eyes” by Charlie Cote

 

 

Cheryl Cote’ (pronounced “koh-TAY”) is a prolific, contemporary artist who lost her right eye to cancer when she was only six months old.  In 2010, Cheryl also lost a significant portion of central vision in her remaining eye to a condition known as retinal edema.  This condition prevents Cheryl from driving and reading written text requires a magnifying glass.  Cheryl is currently under the care of a well-known retinal oncologist in Miami.  She has appointments every three weeks to undergo extensive diagnostics and have an injection into her eye to preserve her vision.  Despite Cheryl’s visual impairment she recently found a way to return to her passion for art.  Cheryl hopes her artwork will bring joy to those who view it and that it encourages others struggling to overcome their own challenges in life.

 

 

LAURA    KAY   DARVILL

 

“Combo Bracelet” by Laura Kay Darvill

 

Jewelry often defines the personality and style of a person.  Jewelry By Whiticar offers you many options to explore your own “look.”.  What do you like to wear?  Are you more conservative, or do you walk on the wild side?  When you look at different selections, what catches your eye? Laura Kay is a native Floridian.  She grew up in Stuart, Florida, in a boating family.  Majoring in mathematics led to a career of teaching high school math.  After retiring, she became interested in learning sign language, and she interpreted at the Treasure Coast Deaf Church.  A traveling adventure led to an interest in designing and making jewelry.  Recently she discovered sailing (growing up was all about power boats) and is a member of two sailing clubs!! There are just not enough hours in the day!!

 

 

JAMES   J.   DEMARTIS

 

“City Scape”  by James J. DeMartis

 

 

James J. DeMartis (1926 – 1996) was an American painter of the post-World War II generation who explored a wide variety of styles and media; he is best known for his abstract expressionist works. DeMartis’ late style between the 1980s and 1990s has been characterized as “a blend of romantic realism and abstract expressionism. Landscapes, figures, still lifes and abstract works dominate his subject matter. The paint is applied in a lush impasto and lyric flowing line.”

 

 

DOT   GALFOND

 

 

“Reflections in Isolation” by Dot Galfond

 

Dot Galfond is a contemporary fused glass artist who resides in Palm City, Florida. Since childhood she has had her hands in some sort of art project; from silversmithing to stage design and construction in high school to computer graphic design and photography. Her love of glass began in 1992 with a stained glass class which eventually led her to her true artistic passion – fused glass. She loves the technological challenge and the complexity of the medium. Heating glass to its molten form; the look of fluid, moving glass. This flowing movement is evident in her body of work.

 

 

CAROL    KEPP

 

 

“Firecrackers”  by Carol Kepp

 

 

Carol Kepp was educated in advertising at the Cleveland Institute of Art and Cleveland Ad School. Carol returned to fine art and is teaching art classes and workshops at the Hobe Sound Fine Arts League Gallery and The Artist Nook in Stuart. Working with adults that have a desire to find their hidden talent has brought me much joy.

 

 

ANGELA   KROGEN

 

 

” Hanging Out” by Angela Krogen

 

 

Art is an expression of our beings! It has always been a hidden talent since childhood, as I watched my family members display this gift as architects, graphic designers and decorators.I am inspired to paint flowers and landscape themes, as I learn about viewing colors and how beautifully light reflects upon nature creating shapes and movement.My desire in artis to convey a sense of joy through this meaningful expression of nature. It is a tool of communication with amessage that will bring a sense of balance and alignment to the viewer.Colors in art bring a sense of well being.  Whether used inRealism or Impressionistic, they are tools  to impart beauty and bring about vibrations of good mood and stability.

 

 

 

LYNN   MORGAN

 

 

“Ocean Dreams” by Lynn Morgan

 

 

For Lynn Morgan, creating art is an integral part of her philosophy of being consciously aware of the world around her.  Lynn has been creating art all of her life.  Until her retirement from the corporate world, art was one of her hobbies, but it was the only hobby that she never tired of.  She knew that when she retired, she would reinvent herself as an artist, and that’s what she did.  By attending classes and workshops, she learned techniques that have evolved over the years from realistic renderings to a much more abstract style.  Lynn loves to travel the world and is considered quite the adventurer by her friends.  Her works are inspired by the sights and sounds of her travels to various parts of the world.

 

 

 

BILLIE  JO  THOMPSON

 

 

“Mable” by Billie Jo Thompson

 

 

Billie is an award winning artist who was born and educated in Canada. Billie earned a diploma in fine arts at Central Technical College in Toronto majoring in 3-D. She studied at Emily Carr University in Vancouver. While raising a family, Billie continued to paint and participated in many solo and group shows and garnered a number of awards. Billie, an accomplished mural artist, also completed a number of commissions for both corporate and private clients.  In 2010 Billie became a paint coordinator in the film industry, creating the wonderful scenic worlds of notable films including “The Magicians”, “Big Eyes”, “Continuum”, “The Confirmation” and many others. Billie also painted commissioned pieces featured in two Tim Burton films, “Big Eyes” and “Miss Peregrines Home for peculiar Children”.  Billie currently splits her time between Vancouver Canada and Jensen Beach, FL. Billie’s current inspiration is the spirit of the ocean, the skies and the natural beauty of the tropics.

 

 

 

 

 

CANDY      WALSH

 

 

“Soft Places” by Candy Walsh

 

 

Candy Walsh tells The Rickie Report, “My 14 year exploration in clay has brought me here. A place where I can display my sculpture and functional ware and promote an interest in the clay arts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information about this exhibit, other events, or membership:

The Martin Artisans Guild

A FLORIDA 501(c)3 NON-PROFIT

The Martin Artisans Guild was created to nurture the production of Fine Art and Craft, increase awareness of local art, facilitate development and networking among Working Artists and create marketing venues for our members.·        

  • To promote Martin County, Florida as a center of art.
  • To provide opportunity for artists to exhibit original work to the public.
  • To develop a sense of shared community and support among artists.
  • To foster the concept that success for one artist benefits all artists.
  • To present Artists’ Open Studios as a venue for purchasing art.

 

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17019 SW Sapri Way   Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

 

 

Marie Donze Offers Integrative Painting Workshops, An Outward Expression Of Your Inner Landscape On April 24 And April 27

Marie Donze‘s acrylic works on canvas are created through a process of meditation and relaxation which she has formalized and now shares through her Integrative Painting Workshop.  She is offering two separate workshops on April 24 and April 27giving participants equal access to their own creativity and inner wisdom.  The Rickie Report shares the details including Early Bird Discounts, plus some photos of previous workshops.  Spring is here!  Is it time for you to try something new?  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MARIE  DONZE’S  

INTEGRATIVE  PAINTING  WORKSHOPS

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24

   OR  

SATURDAY, APRIL 27

 10 to 4:30pm

 Sailboat Bend Artist Loft

1310 SW 2nd Court  Studio #305,       Fort Lauderdale,  FL 33312

*** $155 includes all art supplies, and light refreshments 

***Early Bird Special Discounts:

 

Sign up on or before April 17 for the April 24 workshop: $35 discount using the promo code: APRIL24

Sign up on or before April 20 for the April 27 workshop: $35 discount using the promo code: APRIL27

 

Sign Up Here:

 https://www.mariedonzeworkshops.com/reserveyourseat

Or by calling (954-775-5062)

Or email  info@mariedonze.com

Please contact Marie to schedule on a different date.  

Mobile Workshops, Individual Workshops, and Group Workshops in the Comfort of your home or her studio are available.

 

 

 

 

Previous participants in Marie’s Integrative Painting Workshop

 

 

Originally from the South of France, Marie Donze made her home in Fort Lauderdale over 20 years ago.  She creates art with reverse abstract painting on transparent glass and crystal.  She also uses close up photography of her glass work to capture the figures and beautiful abstracts that appear within the painted glass.  While still passionate about her glass painting, Marie has expanded into acrylic on canvas. Her acrylics on canvas are created through a process of meditation and relaxation which she has formalized and now shares through her Integrative Painting Workshop, allowing participants to have equal access to their own creativity and inner wisdom.
 

Workshop in progress

Marie tells The Rickie Report, “Often people are reluctant to explore their creative side through art because of the preconceived notion that formal training is necessary.  Through my own explorations I have not only discovered the rewarding powers of creativity but also the existence of a whole new world living inside me! Our inner world is very powerful, even more so when it is materialized onto canvas because it then becomes a fascinating roadmap to our soul”.

 

 

 

Marie’s passion is to share this process with others so they can also discover what lies within while having a good time.  She explains, ” Inside the relaxed and colorful atmosphere of my studio space, I create a safe and sacred space conducive to relaxing and opening up. Through a specific choice of music, a series of meditations and a breathing exercise, I invite participants to embark on a fun and creative journey with me where they will be able to release stress and cast off preconceived notions. After letting their emotions and intuition express themselves freely onto the canvas, the participants will often come out of the experience feeling empowered and refreshed with a new level of self-awareness and confidence”.

 

 

 

 

Exploring the meaning of the painting

 

 

TRR: Please tell our readers about the workshops. What will they learn?
MD: 
 Through a series of guided meditations and breathing exercises, you will be lead to reach a state of surrender. Once prepared, you’ll be ready to paint from your heart and soul – and not your mind.  Later, we will reflect on the paintings and interpret their deeper meanings…

 

 

 

 

TRR:  Who will benefit from the workshop?

MD:

 Non-artists who would like to explore their creativity
Anyone stressed or overactive
Artists with creative blocks
Left brain and analytical personalities
Anyone desperately in need of “Me” time
Anyone who wants to learn to rely more on their Intuition 
Anyone experiencing inner conflicts or feeling stuck

 

 

“I Am Love” by Marie Donze

 

 

TRR:  What is the purpose of the workshop?
MD:
To leave your left brain at home
To surrender your stress to the process
To experience getting out of your own way
To conquer the fear of a blank canvas and explore the power of colors and symbols
To bring your feelings and intuition to the act of creation
To  practice turning inward and tuning into the guidance of your divine self
To unleash and express your inner wisdom and creativity and discover what it is trying to tell you through your painting
To gain clarity about yourself and the journey you are on
 

 

 

 

For more information about these workshops and Marie’s artwork:

https://www.mariedonze.com

https://www.mariedonzeworkshops.com/reserveyourseat

Call (954-775-5062)      Email : info@mariedonze.com

https://www.mariedonzeworkshops.com

FACEBOOK: Integrative Painting Workshops with Marie Donze

INSTAGRAM: @MarieDonzeWorkshops

 

 

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17019 SW Sapri Way   Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

Sally Cooper is Featured Artist At Coral Springs Museum Of Art. Opening Reception On Thursday, December 6 Is Free And Open To The Public

Thirty-four pieces of Sally Cooper‘s award winning original fine art will be featured at the Coral Springs Museum of Art in the  “Journey to Abstraction” exhibit.  Everyone is invited to the complimentary Opening Reception on Thursday, December 6.   The exhibit runs from December 1 – 29, 2018.  The Rickie Report shares some sneak peeks and all of the details about this exhibit and Sally ‘s upcoming workshops.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coral Springs Museum of Art

2855A Coral Springs Drive    Coral Springs, FL 33065

Open:  Tuesday – Saturday 10 am – 5 pm

954-340-5000

 

 

 

Coral Springs Museum of Art

P R E S E N T S:

“Journey to Abstraction” 

by

 

S a l l y     C o o p e r

 

Opening Reception/Meet the Artist

Thursday, December 6

6 – 8 pm

Opening Reception is complimentary*

Exhibit is available December 1 through December 29, 2018

 

 

*The Opening Reception is complimentary.  There is a slight charge for visiting the museum during the week and the admission varies for children, seniors and adults.  This information along with directions to the museum is on their website www.coralspringsmuseum.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conversation in Blue” by Sally Cooper

 

 

 

 

 

Sally Cooper tells The Rickie Report, ” My artistic journey began at a young age. At that time I was only interested in capturing an image or photo-likeness.  A big change occurred in my work in 1980 when I was introduced to painting non-objectively in a Creative Watercolor workshop taught by Miles Batt.  A whole world opened and I was hooked!  I began to experiment in non-traditional ways with acrylics, gesso and various polymer mediums.  I also became extremely interested in Asian calligraphy and sought out different books on the subject.  The powerful flying brush strokes, the splashes of fresh ink/paint and the spontaneous fluid movement have been influential and I began to incorporate my own personal calligraphy and mark-making into my paintings”.

 

“Red Ginger” by Sally Cooper

 

 

 

 

It has been almost 40 years since Sally took that Creative Watercolor workshop and her work today is about a creative process rather than a specific image or place.  She works intuitively and enjoys the direct experience of the art-making – the process, the spontaneity and surprise elements of painting.  Sally shares her enthusiasm and knowledge through classes and workshops (see below).

 

 

“Everglades” by Sally Cooper

 

 

 

 

 

Sally explains, “Starting with a primed large unstretched canvas I build my abstracts layer by layer.  I start by placing triadic colors (three hues, equally spaced on the color wheel), plus raw umber, white and black for tinting and shading the colors – mix a few together, grab a brush and then follow intuitive promptings and apply a big gestural linear mark or brushstroke that comes from deep within.  These intuitive promptings are like a dance.  I quickly move back and forth applying marks, keeping some, veiling over others, stepping back every so often, studying, looking, moving, deciding which marks to keep and which marks to take away. This play or process continues until a painting evolves”.

 

 

 

 

 

“Blue Rhapsody” by Sally Cooper

 

 

 

 

Sally’s paintings have garnered many awards and much praise. Her work has been published in The Artist’s Magazine ( First Place/2017/National competition for ” Conversation in Blue” which was published in March 2018 issue);  Art Journey Abstract Painting, A Celebration of Contemporary Art (2017); Artist’s Magazine 2015 Cover image and feature article; Acrylic Artist, Professional Artist and The Artist’s Magazines.  She is a Signature Member of the National Watercolor Society and a member of Chroma Paints Independent Teaching Program for their Atelier Interactive acrylic paints and mediums.  

 

 

 

Sally teaches  Discovering Abstract Painting and a unique Expressive Abstract – Large Scale Painting Workshop at Old School Square Creative Arts School in Delray Beach.  www.oldschoolsquare.org 

She is offering a Creative Abstract Workshop in Fort Myers  January 14-17, 2019   Register at: http://fortmyersbeachart.com/workshops.php

She is offering  a Marks, Shapes & Neutrals Workshop in Dayton Beach :  Email: artleague@bellsouth.net

 

 

 

 

For more information about Sally’s artwork, classes or exhibits:

www.oldschoolsquare.org.

www.sally-cooper.com

www.facebook.com/sallycooperart/

www.instagram.com/sallycooperart/

 

 

 

 

 

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17019 SW Sapri Way   Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

Boca Raton Museum Art School Announces Open House To Meet Faculty, Including Janet Onofrey And Renee Plevy

The Boca Raton Museum Art School announces the addition of two new instructors, Janet Onofrey and Renée Plevy.  These accomplished artists and teachers will offer an array of classes beginning September 9th, for the Fall Semester.  The public is invited to a Free, Open House on Saturday, August 26th to meet all of the faculty at the school.  The Rickie Report shares the details and introduces the newest faculty members here.

 

 

 

 

Boca Raton Museum of Art – The Art School
801 W. Palmetto Road Boca Raton FL 33486
561-392-2503

bocamuseum.org/theartschool

 

 

MEET   THE    FACULTY

OPEN   HOUSE

SATURDAY, AUGUST 26

1 – 4 PM

Fall classes start September 6, 2017

 

 

 

MEET   THE   NEWEST   FACULTY:

 

JANET  ONOFREY

 

 

“Ditto” by Janet Onofrey

 

Janet Onofrey started teaching this summer at the Boca Raton Museum. In the fall she will be teaching painting on Fridays and an evening class on perspective drawing. Janet is a perceptual painter, painting from direct observation. Her paintings capture the specific light and mood of South Florida.

 

Beginning Drawing With Janet Onofrey

 

 

 

She seeks out the silent spaces of early morning back alleys or quiet suburban neighborhoods. Her paintings were feature in the Cultural Quarterly Magazine last summer after she was awarded the prestigious South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship.

 

 

Still Life Set-Up with Janet Onofrey

 

Janet is a natural teacher, she loves sharing her technique with students and delights in those moments when the students ‘get it’, when they understand her lessons on drawing and color and put it altogether.  For beginners Janet sets up still-lifes designed for students to learn how color interacts and the pleasure of successfully painting what you see.

For more information on Janet’s artwork visit her website http://www.janetonofrey.com

 

 

 

 

 

RENÉE PLEVY

 

“Racquel” by Renée Plevy

 

 

Starting in September, Renée Plevy will be teaching portrait painting using oils. In oil paint you can capture the light and subtleties of skin tone that cannot be achieved with quick drying acrylics. With years of experience teaching, Renée presents a simplified method of block out the form and building up tones that even the absolute beginner feels confident in painting their first portrait.

 

 

 

 
Renée Plevy is an acclaimed portrait painter that has painted hundreds of commissioned portraits over the past 30 years. Like many accomplished artists, Renée studied with a number of leading figurative painters in New York to glean from each of them in order to develop her own style. 

 

 

” Countess de Hoernle” by Renée Plevy

She maintained a studio at 41 Union Square and taught at the School of Visual Arts in New York City before relocating to South Florida.  In 2012 Renée founded the “Portrait of a Woman” charitable event that honors women community leaders. Renée has painted 23 portraits of the honorees include the Countess de Hoernle.

 

For more information about Renée’s artwork please visit  http://reneeplevy.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information about these classes and more:

Boca Raton Museum Art School
801 W. Palmetto Road Boca Raton FL 33486
561-392-2503

bocamuseum.org/theartschool
Facebook: www.facebook.com/bocaschool

 

 

 

 

 

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Jupiter “Celebration Of The Arts” Offers Free Events, Workshops, Meet The Authors, Calls For Artists And More!

The Town of Jupiter is offering a plethora of events, exhibits, workshops and opportunities for art lovers, book lovers and artists of all ages.  The Rickie Report shares a comprehensive list including: “Lacy Susan Basket Workshop” February 7th, “Meet the Authors” February 16th (numerous workshops), “Explore Watercolor” February 25th, “Discover Secrets of Jewelry Making” February 28th, ” Celebration of the Arts Exhibition”  Opening Reception on March 3rd (we include the Artist Applications which are due February 13th), and “Art in Nature Acrylic Painting March 18th.  May 5th marks the celebration of Drop Savers Annual Student Contest water conservation poster contest, Jupiter High School Partnership Program artwork and VSA, Very Special Arts, Florida – Palm Beach County artwork.  We also share the application for any artist or arts-related organization interested in Free exhibit space at Harbourside in Jupiter.  Jupiter residents will be granted preference, but this is Open to everyone.  Get your calendars out and sign up – while many of these events are FREE, you still should save your spot!

 

 

Town of Jupiter Art Committee • 561-741-2400

200 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL 33458 

https://www.jupiter.fl.us/art

 

 

” CELEBRATION  OF  THE  ARTS 2017 “

 

 * Free Classes, Space Limited

 

Lacey Susan Basket

 

Tuesday, February  7  

Joan Stoneham  Basket Workshop, “Lacy Susan” Basket (supplies $65) 9 am -5 pm class free

Tuesday, February 16   6 – 7:30 pm

 

Meet The Authors (Free)

Jim Snyder, Marilyn Alcock, Cheryl Williams, Richard Brumer, Judy Lucas, Fred Lichtenberg, J. P. Ratto

Registration NOT Required – Come as you are!

 

 

Marilyn Alcock “Tuxedo and Friends” 1st in Series Young Child thru elementary

A book told by a Boston Terrier named Tuxedo. As he tells his story, the reader gets caught up in the lives of his friends and pack members, Bellino the Maltese, Lulu the Chihuahua, Bruno the English Mastiff, Allie the Lhaso Apso, and Snickers the baby brother.

 

 

 

 

Sherry Williams “Eyes of the Owl” Historical Fiction – Middle School & All Ages

If you remember Tales of Turtle River, this book set in the 1990’s puts Fritz the boy many years later as a grandfather (Pop Pop) to Missy.  Times have changed since the 1920’s and Pop Pop has a difficult time accepting Missy’s close friendship with an African American boy, Caleb. But there is a link tying Caleb to Pop Pop, and that is the mystical owls.

 

 

Richard Brumer “Love and Deception” Four Stories, Adult

Will the heroic action of two Air Force officers overcome the daunting obstacles…or will their Black Ops mission end in disaster?

 

 

Judy Lucas “Baron Rothmoore” Mystery Romance, Adult

Robert Fitzhugh, the second son of a noble though poor family, purchases a commission in His Majesty’s Army. Little did he know fate would make him a key player in Great Britain’s war with France, as Napoleon’s armies overrun Europe. Nor did he know a chance meeting would give him the love of his life, and almost losing her would give him the courage to change the course of history.

 

Jim Snyder “The Cross and the Mask” Historical History, Adult

How the Spanish “Discovered” Florida – and a Proud Native Nation. An historical novel

 

 

 

Fred Lichtenberg “Murder 1040: The Final Audit”” Suspense Thriller, Adult

When those in power attempt to shut down the murder investigation of a South Florida IRS agent, the hero, Frank Amato, risks everything, as he forges ahead to find the killer.

 

 

JP Ratto “Trust No One” 2nd in Lucas Holt Series Mystery Thriller, Suspense, Adult

Private Investigator Lucas Holt is caught between the FBI and terrorists when he investigates the kidnapping of a D.C. grad student. Hired by his former Delta Force commander, Holt and an ex-Delta comrade work to untangle the connection between the abduction and the theft of a bioweapon.

 

 

 

Saturday, February 25

Jackie Gaines Explore Watercolor Painting (Free) 9:30am – 11:30

Tuesday, February 28

Lou Ann Berkley Discover Secrets of Jewelry Making (Free) 9:30am-12:30

March Celebration of the Arts 2017 Exhibit
“Exotic and Native Animals: Land, Air, Aquatic”

 

 

MEET AND GREET THE ARTISTS/ Refreshments 

March 3, Friday,

Opening Reception, 6:00 – 7:30 pm

 

 

Special Guest Amanda a Crested Carcara with Rebecca Reid
Courtesy of Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, Jupiter

 Exhibition is Available March 3 – April 28, 2017

APPLICATION FORM DUE: FEBRUARY 13th

Artists and Photographers

faye.schrecengost@att.net or 561-329-5007

 

 

ENTRY FORM:  RESPOND BY MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13

 

Open to: ARTISTS  and PHOTOGRAPHERS   *  CASH AWARDS  *  ENTRY FEE $10.00

YOU MAY SUBMIT TWO ENTRIES YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED OF ACCEPTANCE OF ONE OR BOTH

E-MAIL IMAGE OF EACH at 72 dpi longest side is 1200 PIXELS Max TO: faye.schrecengost@att. net

NAME______________________________E-MAIL_____________________ ADDRESS_____________________CITY___________ZIP________PHONE_________

(1)TITLE_______________________________MEDIA______________PRICE_______ (2)TITLE_______________________________MEDIA______________PRICE_______

WHEN YOU HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED YOU WILL RECEIVE A FORM FOR EXHIBITORS TO BE SIGNED AND RETURNED WITH THE $10.00 ENTRY FEE. Send to: Faye Schrecengost, 9975 169th Court, No., Jupiter, 33478.

Visit the Art Committee on line: https://www.jupiter.fl.us/art

 

 

 

Sat. March 18  

Brenda Nickolaus  Art in Nature Acrylic Painting (Free) 10:00am– 12:00

To Register : faye.schrecengost@att.net or call 561.329-5007

 

 

May 5, Friday, Opening Reception

6:00 – 7:30 pm

Drop Savers Annual Student Contest water conservation poster contest

Jupiter High School Partnership Program artwork

VSA, Very Special Arts, Florida – Palm Beach County artwork

 

Free and Open to the Public

 

 

 

Harbourside Place Display Opportunities

Application Procedures and Guidelines for Submissions

 

Submissions for all 2D (drawing, painting, photography, prints, mixed media, etc…) and 3D artwork (sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, etc…) are accepted provided they fit within the size parameters. No free standing pedestals or free hanging wall art are permitted outside the display cases. The display cases are located in the hallway of the parking garage to the left as you enter Harbourside. Go around the circle and make the first left by Another Broken Egg Café. From any level of the garage, the elevator will bring you down to the first floor where you will see the cases in the hallway that leads you out to Harbourside.

Dimensions of each case – there are four (4) locked cases with glass shelving. Each case is 54” high, 8’ wide and 12” deep. 1⁄2 case – 54” x 4’ x 12”.

Who can apply – any artist can submit an application to display his or her work. Jupiter artists (living and working in the Jupiter area) will be given preference. Work by local students will also be considered and may be submitted by either the student or the art teacher.

Members of the Town of Jupiter Art Committee will review all applications, make the decisions on what will be displayed, and contact those artists that have been selected to exhibit their work

Artwork is chosen based on quality, appropriateness, appeal, and availability. You may submit as many pieces as you believe will fit in the case. Keep in mind that they all may not be selected.

Application packet should include (in addition to the application) – a typed list of each piece (including: Title, Date Created, Size and Media, Price or NFS) and photo of the piece (72dpi) JPEG files.

Artwork chosen for exhibit – when brought in, must be labeled with name of artist, title of work and contact info (phone, email or website info). No prices shall be included on the label, however you may put NFS on the label if it is not for sale.

Additional Information:

• All purchases negotiations are to be directly conducted between artist and client. The Town of Jupiter Art Committee does not take any commissions for artwork sold. However, when a sale is made, a donation to the Art Committee is greatly appreciated.

• Artwork chosen for exhibit should be available for the full length of the exhibition time, approximately 1-2 months.

• If an artist needs to remove a piece before the timeframe is completed, it should be noted on the Artist Application form, if possible. The artist must contact Nina Fusco at 561.908.3556 to arrange the logistics of retrieving the artwork.

• The Town of Jupiter will provide insurance coverage. if the exhibit contains items valued at not more than $1,000 per item and $50,000 per exhibition. If the artist feels this is not sufficient for their work, he/she is encouraged to provide additional insurance.

• By signing the Artist Application, the artist grants the Town of Jupiter Art Committee permission to reproduce images of accepted artwork for promotional purposes.

Town of Jupiter Art Committee  200 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL 33458 561-741-2400

Town of Jupiter – Artist Application Harbourside Place Display

Artist Contact Information: Please Type or Print Clearly

Artist Name: ___________________________________________________________

If Artist is a student, name of teacher; if artist is under 18, please also include name and or parent or guardian.

Name: ___________________________________________________

Address: ________________________________________________

City: ____________________________________ State: _____________ Zip: _______

Email: __________________________________

Website: ________________________________
Day Phone: _______________________ Evening Phone: _______________________

Cell Phone: _____________________________
Work Locally: Y N Where: _______________________________________________

Submission Information:

Dates artworks are available for exhibition: _________________________________

Number of Pieces Submitted: __________
Please email your submission to: NinaFusco47@gmail.com 561-908.3556

Artist Signature: _________________________________________ Date: ____________

 

For more information about these programs, upcoming classes, workshops and events please visit:

Town of Jupiter Art Committee • 561-741-2400

200 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL 33458

https://www.jupiter.fl.us/art

 

 

 

 

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17019 SW Sapri Way   Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

 

FLAG, State-Wide Artists Group Invites Public To 67th Annual Art Exhibition

The Florida Artists Group (FLAG) is a non-profit organization of professional artists in 1949. Its members are artists whose work has attained national or state-wide recognition.  The purpose of the group is to stimulate attainment of the highest standards of creative art within the State of Florida. The Public is Invited to FLAG’s 67th Annual Art Exhibition located at the Coral Springs Museum of Art. The Free Opening Reception is Friday, February 10th.  The Rickie Report shares the details of the exhibition, information about how artists can join this prestigious group and some sneak peeks.  The Exhibition continues through February 28th.

 

 

 

 

FLORIDA ARTISTS GROUP

67th Annual Art Exhibition

Opening Reception

Friday, February 10, 2017

6:00 – 8:00PM

The exhibition continues through February 28, 2017

Coral Springs Museum of Art

2855 Coral Springs Drive, Coral Springs, FL 33065

(954) 340-5000

 

The Florida Artists Group is made up of artists whose work has attained national or state-wide recognition, the purpose of the group is to stimulate attainment of the highest standards of creative art within the State of Florida.

 

 

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  • The Florida Artists Group (FLAG) is a non-profit organization of professional artists in 1949. Its members are artists whose work has attained national or state-wide recognition. The purpose of the group is to stimulate attainment of the highest standards of creative art within the State of Florida.

 

 

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  • In addition to the Symposium and Exhibition held in the spring, area exhibitions and meetings are sponsored at other times in various places in the state. The nature of these meetings follows the character of the Spring meeting. These meetings also serve to bring the members of the organization closer together.

 

 

“Stairs of Vizcaya” by David Chang

 

 

 

Members’ Annual Exhibition:

The annual exhibition is juried for awards (currently nine) that are presented at the Awards Banquet held as part of the Symposium. FLAG hosts an eminent artist, educator, curator or Museum professional to act as juror and Keynote Speaker at the Symposium.

 

 

Florida Artists Group — Area Groups

 

 

There are 10 area groups in the state. When you become a member of FLAG, you become a member of your local area group. These groups hold separate exhibits and meetings throughout the year.

 

 

Area I
Broward, Dade and Monroe Counties

Area II
Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie and Okeechobee Counties

Area III
DeSoto, Hardee, Highlands, Manatee and Sarasota Counties

Area IV
Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando, Sumter, Citrus and Polk Counties

Area V
Indian River, Brevard, Osceola, Orange, Seminole, Volusia and Lake Counties

Area VI
Flagler, St. Johns, Duval, Nassau, Clay, Putnam, Marion, Bradford, Alachua Union, Baker and Levy Counties

Area VII
Hendry, Lee and Collier, Charlotte, and Glades Counties

Area VIII
Columbia, Gilchrist, Dixie, LaFayette, Suwanee, Hamilton, Madison, and Taylor,Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, Washington, Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Liberty, Franklin, Wakulla, Leon, Gadsen, Jackson and Jefferson Counties

 

 

For more information about membership, workshops and exhibits please visit:

 http://www.floridaartistsgroup.org

 

 

 

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17019 SW Sapri Way   Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

 

Boca Raton Museum School Of Art Offers Special Half And Full Day Workshops This Weekend

The Boca Raton Museum Art School invites you to enrich your skills and learn new techniques in special workshops this weekend: Saturday, Sunday and Monday!  Whether a beginner or experienced artist these half day and all day workshops are a great way to hone your skills or discover something new!  The Rickie Report shares the details here!

 

 

 

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Boca Raton Museum of Art – The Art School
801 W. Palmetto Road     Boca Raton FL 33486
561-392-2503

bocamuseum.org/theartschool

 

 

SPECIAL  WORKSHOPS!

 

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Fundamentals of Drawing Accurately

Through specific exercises master crucial techniques that strengthen your ability to draw accurately.   Learn simple ways to see more precisely, determine proportions and avoid common errors in drawing.  The instructor demonstrates techniques, explains concepts and provides plenty of guided practice for developing confident drawing skills.

8.04 Saturday, November 12, 1 – 4 PM
$105 
Instructor: Diane Reeves

 

 

 

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Acrylic Painting Workshop

Roll-up your sleeves to explore the versatility of Golden acrylic and mediums for water media, mixed media, and printmaking. Create painterly one-of-a-kind prints with the new slower drying acrylics. Experiment with a range of products including gels, grounds, mediums & pastes. Learn about pours, washes, spatters, stains, bleeds, blooms, and blends.

8.02 Sunday, November 13, 9:30 AM – 4 PM 
$50 for current students $65 for non-students All Materials Provided  
Instructor: Eydi Lampasona

 

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Watercolor – Texture, Pattern and Surface Design

Discover how to enrich your watercolor paintings by integrating unusual texture, pattern, and color using magazines, old greeting card and junk mail. Learn techniques that make both realistic and abstract watercolors more visually exciting. (30-minute lunch break)

8.05 November 14, Monday, 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM / $75
Instructor: Teresa Kirk

 

The Next Step: How to Enter Art Competitions

Everyone says your paintings are beautiful and it is time to share your artwork on Facebook or start applying to exhibit your artwork. Get an insider’s step-by-step lesson on simple ways to edit, save, and send photos of your artwork. Gain a basic understanding of applying to art competitions. Learn what shows The mysteries of pixels and how to label your images will be exposed.

8.01 November 17, Thursday, 10:30 AM – NOON / $30
Instructor: Teresa Kirk

 

 

 

 

For more information about these classes and more:

Boca Raton Museum Art School
801 W. Palmetto Road      Boca Raton FL 33486
561-392-2503

bocamuseum.org/theartschool
Facebook: www.facebook.com/bocaschool

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

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Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

Galleria Gilda Announces New Classes And Workshops In Photography, Digital Editing, Jewelry And Painting

Galleria Gilda, an extension of Artists in Florida LLC, located in Lake Worth,  has a variety of classes and workshops starting in March. Look for open discussions and presentations every last Monday of the month.  Galleria Gilda offers paintings, drawings, three dimensional works, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, textiles, mixed media, dance, performance art, glass and photography. The Rickie Report shares the details of how you can enjoy and benefit by getting involved – as either an art lover or an artist, as we highlight the next Photography, Digital Editing, Painting and Jewelry Workshops.

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2211 North Dixie Highway Lake Worth, FL 33460
561-839-3054
Wed. – Sat.: 11am – 6pm
Sun.:1pm – 5pm
Mon. & Tues.: Gallery closed for workshops.

 

 

WELCOME TO GALLERIA GILDA!

 

 

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Please visit www.artinfl.org to Register

Contact us by email at: info@artinfl.org or curator@galleriagilda.com

 Call Gallery 561-839-3054 or Artists in Florida 561-714-4871

Galleria Gilda Offers:

  • Wall space
  • Exhibit space
  • Small studio space for rent
  • Workshops and Classes including painting, drawing, pastel, jewelry, photography, and photography editing programs plus visiting guest from time to time.
  • Once a week socials are also offered in adult coloring and encaustics with all materials supplied including snacks.
  • The group tries to meet every other month to discuss upcoming events and each other’s artwork.
  • Our Motto is to be Dedicated to Developing the Artists of Florida and support the important role art plays in our society
  • Galleria Gilda Gallery, in association with Artists in Florida Organization, have both member and commission work on exhibit along with guest exhibitors.


 

Our hours are Tuesday – Saturday 11am to 6pm, Sunday 1pm to 5pm.

Please visit with our staff and see what Galleria Gilda is all about!

For more information, including class schedules:

Visit our website at www.artinfl.org

or email

info@artinfl.org

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Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

P.O.Box 33423

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

Vicki Siegel Fuels Your Artistic Creativity With 2 Day Workshops, Weekly Classes and New Exhibit

Artist Vicki Siegel will fuel your artistic flames with new 2 day workshops! Vicki Siegel invites you to join her in a frenzy of art activity. Sign up for her new 2 day workshops in 2 different locations, join one of her weekly classes, or see her new paintings at one of her upcoming shows. Vicki’s nurturing style of teaching and in depth demonstrations gets everyone in their creative zone.  The Rickie Report shares all of the details and some photos of Vicki’s award winning artwork here.  Could this be the holiday gift you were looking for?  

 

 

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2 Day Workshops

Weekly Classes

New Exhibit

 

 

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“Love Conquers”, Acrylic and image transfer by Vicki Siegel

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two Day Workshops at Two Locations:
Be inspired and learn new techniques!

These fast paced workshops will get you creating and understanding how to work with acrylic paint. You will create new works and get a chance to try new materials and use ones you know in new ways.  Vicki Siegel’s nurturing teaching style and in depth demonstrations will take you through these fast paced and fun workshops. Vicki has just returned from training sessions with Golden Artist Colors where she became a Golden Artist Educator, (GAEP).

 

 

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“See it Coming”, Acrylic and image transfer by Vicki Siegel

 

Working in Layers Workshops

You will learn exciting new approaches to using acrylic products for layering and creating rich and complex surfaces. Artists working in all media and any abstract or representational style will benefit from this innovative way of thinking about materials. Gels, pastes, acrylic skins, masking, stencils, image transfers, transparent and translucency will be explained. You will also learn to incorporate personal imagery. Whether a beginner or an accomplished artist, you will benefit from the information packed demonstrations. There will be a lunch hour talk and slide show on Friday; bring a bag lunch. See the registrar for a supply list. Vicki will be bringing great tools and specialty paints for you to try.

 

 

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Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach
Friday/Saturday January 8 – 9, 2016, 10 am – 4 pm
Cost: $315, 561 832-1776 or www.Armoryart.org

 

Layers and Expressive Acrylic Paint PW3.5a
Powerful Acrylic Paint Layers: Old School Square Center for the Arts, Delray Beach, FL
Friday/Saturday January 15 -16, 2016, 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
Cost: $315, Old School Square; 561-243-7922, ext. 317 (Ann) or ext. 478 (Sharon)
www.oldschoolsquare.org/events/powerful-acrylic-paint-layers/

 

 

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“Reach for the Sky” (detail), Acrylic and image transfer by Vicki Siegel

Working With Photographic Images Workshops

If you are a painter who wants to include photographic images into your work, or a photographer who wants to try painting, this workshop will inspire you. You will learn how to collage images, layer acrylic paints, glaze, enhance and texture your photographic images. Creating image transfers will be explained in detail. Whether a beginner or an accomplished artist, you will be inspired by the information packed demonstrations. Contact the registrar for the supply list. There will be a lunch hour lecture and slide show for people who want to bring a brown bag lunch on Friday.

 

 

 

 

Surfaces, Layers and Photographic Imagery:

Old School Square Center for the Arts, Delray Beach, FL
Friday/Saturday March 4-5, 2016, 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
Cost: $315, Old School Square; 561-243-7922, ext. 317 (Ann) or ext. 478 (Sharon)
http://oldschoolsquare.org/events/surfaces-layers-and-photographic-imagery/

 

 

 

Painted Surfaces, Revealing Layers and Photographic Imagery

Friday/Saturday April 1- 2, 2016, 10 am – 4 pm
Location: Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach
Cost: $315  Call to register: 561 832-1776 or www.Armoryart.org
Painted Surfaces, Revealing Layers PW4.5a

 

 

 

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“In Passing”, Acrylic by Vicki Siegel

 

 

 

Weekly Classes:

 

CLASSES AT: ARMORY ART CENTER

Exploring Acrylics P3.2b VICKI SIEGEL Level: All

Explore the versatile medium of acrylic paint in a creative atmosphere. Learn color mixing, wet-on-wet, wet-on-dry, how to creatively use gels and mediums, glazing, layering, textures, skins, and image transfers.

Tuesdays, 1:30 – 4:30 pm

Session 3: January 5th – February 23rd

Session 4: March 1st – April 19th

 

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“Gioia”, Acrylic and image transfer by Vicki Siegel

CLASSES AT: OLD SCHOOL SQUARE CREATIVE ARTS SCHOOL

Painting FUNdamentals

For beginner/intermediate. Develop a new hobby or try something new! In this class you will learn the fundamentals of painting in either acrylic or oil paints. The elements of art, composition, color mixing and basic paint materials will be taught in a fun and creative atmosphere. Starting a painting, gridding and blocking in, blending and painting wet on wet, wet on dry will be demonstrated. Work from reference material or projects the instructor suggests. You will gain confidence and knowledge of painting techniques while exploring your creative side.

Tuesday 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Fall/Winter Terms 3, 4

http://oldschoolsquare.org/learning/art-classes/painting/painting-fundamentalsnew/

 

 

 

Exploring Painting

For intermediate to advanced painters. Using your choice of medium: oil, acrylic, pastel or watercolor, pursue your passion for painting and develop your individual style. Learn key principles that every artist needs to know in order to improve their paintings. Topics such as palette and color mixing, color, value, composition, brushwork, light and shadow, atmospheric perspective, achieving distance, edges and experimental mixed media materials will be discussed. Demonstrations, and individual instruction, set the stage for you to take your paintings to the next level. Work in any artistic style utilizing reference materials or your imagination.

Thursday 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Fall/Winter Terms 3, 4

http://oldschoolsquare.org/learning/art-classes/painting/exploring-painting/

 

 

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“Behind the Smile” (detail), Acrylic and image transfer by Vicki Siegel

 

 

Upcoming Shows:

 

Woman: Untitled, Group Show

January 15 through March 12, 2016

Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, 601 Lake Ave, Lake Worth, FL 33460

 

 

“Blurring Distinctions: Metaphor and Materials”

Vicki Siegel paintings and sculpture and Leora Stewart fiber works

Eissey Campus Art Gallery, Palm Beach State College, Palm Beach Gardens, FL

February 16th – March 18th, 2016

Opening Reception: Tuesday Feb 16th  5:30 –  7:30pm

 

 

VICKI SIEGEL is a contemporary artist whose mixed media paintings, photography and sculpture explore the connection between memory and reality. She was an art director and creative director in advertising in Milan, Italy, Chicago, and South Florida. Vicki is a full time working artist who exhibits extensively. Her works can be found in many private collections. Vicki Siegel has studied towards a M.F.A. at Tyler School of Art, Rome and holds a B.F.A. from the University of Illinois. She is a passionate instructor of painting. Vicki Siegel is a Golden Artist Educator (GAEP), a member of the National Association of Women Artists, and a signature member of the Boca Museum Artists’ Guild among other organizations. Her studio is in Delray Beach, Florida.

 

 

For more information about workshops, classes, exhibits or commissions, please visit:
Vickisiegelart.com  or email:  vickisiegel@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

For coverage of your events, to place an advertisement, or speak to Rickie about appearing in The Rickie Report, contact:

Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

P.O.Box 33423

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

Join the ATC Movement: Make and Trade “Artist Trading Cards”

Join The Artists of Palm Beach County for an afternoon of fun and creativity with artist B.J. Collister on Saturday, November 15 at 1:00 p.m. at the Art on Park Gallery, 800 Park Ave., Lake Park, FL. There will be examples, demonstrations and an opportunity to make your own little masterpieces. We will furnish some blank cards, paint, pencils, markers and magazines for collaging.  Join the ATC Movement!  The Rickie Report shares the details and some examples.

 

 

 

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ARTISTS of PALM BEACH COUNTY

Invite YOU:

FREE Artist Trading Cards WORKSHOP

Saturday, November 15th

1:00  pm

 

RSVP : 561-345-2842

800 Park Ave., Lake Park, FL

Artist Trading Cards (ATC) are small cards or miniature works of art about the same size as modern baseball trading cards. They are 2 ½ X 3 ½ inches, small enough to fit inside a standard card-collector’s pocket.

 

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The ATC movement developed out of the Mail Art movement and had its origins in Switzerland. People across the continents are sharing and trading their art in this form. ATCs make art accessible to those who appreciate art but may not be able to afford it. The act of creating and swapping artist trading cards is an exciting way to share your art, connect with other artist and collect art.

 

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Cards are produced in various media, included dry media, (colored pencils, pins, markers, etc.); wet media (water color, acrylic, oils or mixed) and paper media (in the form of collage, paper cuts, found object etc.) or even fiber or metal.

 

 

 

 

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The cards are either traded or exchanged. When sold they are called Art Card Edition and Originals (ACEOs).  
Join us for an afternoon of fun and creativity with artist B.J. Collister on Saturday, November 15 at 1:00 p.m. at the Art on Park Gallery, 800 Park Ave., Lake Park, FL. There will be examples, demonstrations and an opportunity to make your own little masterpieces. We will furnish some blank cards, paint, pencils, markers and magazines for collaging.

 

 

 

 

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You are encouraged to bring some of your favorite art tools and a few friends! Bring in old photographs if you want to preserve a memory! Bring what you have available or we will share our supplies!

 

Make your reservation by calling the Gallery at 561-345-2842.

For more information about Artists of Palm Beach County:

www.artistsofpalmbeachcounty.com/

 

 

For coverage of your events, to place an advertisement, or speak to Rickie about appearing in The Rickie Report, contact The Rickie Report at:

Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

P.O.Box 33423

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291