Deborah Bigeleisen Offers Virtual One-On-One Painting Lessons, From Novice To Established Artists

Deborah Bigeleisen‘s artworks are in private and corporate collections around the world.  What makes her distinctive is her ability to discuss art and teach techniques in a down-to-earth manner which not only brings you into her artworld, but expands yours! Artists, from beginners to established, will not only benefit but enjoy the One-On-One Virtual Painting Lessons she is offering.  Deborah includes time to get acquainted and see your current work. She then offers half hour or hour long lessons.  The Rickie Report shares the details and some photos of her newest works.  Have you always wanted to explore your creative voice?  Now is the time!

 

 

 

VIRTUAL    ONE-ON-ONE    PAINTING    LESSONS

 

WITH     INTERNATIONALLY     RENOWNED

 

ARTIST

 

DEBORAH     BIGELEISEN

   

 

Direct from my studio to your studio/workspace via Zoom

 

 

 

Deborah Bigeleisen working in her studio

 

 

Have you always wanted to explore YOUR  CREATIVE  VOICE?

“CREATIVITY is inventing, experimenting, growing, taking risks, breaking rules, making mistakes, and having fun.” – Mary Lou Cook

 

 

 

Have You Wanted To TAKE Art Lessons ?

NOW is  THE TIME  !  

 

 

Deborah Bigeleisen Demonstrating for one of her Group Classes

 

 

Deborah Bigeleisen shares her excitement with The Rickie Report, ” I’m giving 1-on-1 painting lessons via Zoom from my studio to yours!  My approach is ideal for beginners and established artists as well.  We’ll paint together on a subject that inspires and excites you ~ if you are a serious artist or just want to have some fun being creative!  For those who are new to Zoom, I will coach you through the process, which is not intimidating.   Zoom allows you to “share”/see my monitor so that we can address specific points.

 

 

 

Here’s how the classes work:

 

 

FIRST:  We talk by phone, get acquainted,  and talk about your goals. Then we arrange a lesson time.

We’ll also talk about materials, what you have, or if you are starting from scratch.

You can use either acrylic or oil paints.

SECOND:  You will text me or email me a jpg of the image that you want to paint along with a few words as to why you like it.  If you want to work on a painting in progress, and you are stuck, tell me why.

THIRD: When the lesson goes live:

I’ll be prepared in my studio to demonstrate any number of things from how to start a painting from a blank canvas, to showing you how to effectively use different size and shaped brushes, and how to achieve many different effects whether you are working in acrylics or oils.

I also use Photoshop as a teaching tool, and will have your work already uploaded to work on.

 

Cost:

Initial complimentary 1/2hr. session to get acquainted and for you to get a feeling for how the class works.

1/2 hr session: $30 

1 hour session: $50

Classes must be booked and paid for at least 24 hrs in advance

Payment:

Payment is required in advance of the session via Zelle or PayPal  or via her web site  www.deborahbigeleisen.com

For Zelle, just download the app to your phone and follow the prompts; it is cell number driven.

 

Email: info@deborahbigeleisen.com     

    561.351.8755   

      www.deborahbigeleisen.com

 

 

        Deborah Bigeleisen working in her studio

 

 

 

See all of the information on the Painting Classes Menu Tab on my website:

 www.deborahbigeleisen.com

And……..

LET’S   START   PAINTING !!!

         

Deborah Bigeleisen’s Workspace

Here’s the link to the video…

https://photos.app.goo.gl/ek2bq5JNDo2RyRc87

 

 

 

 

Deborah’s paintings are included in corporate and private collections world-wide. They have been published in fine art books, and featured in influential magazines such as Architectural Digest, Art & Antiques, and Florida Design.  My work has been juried into numerous museum exhibitions including the Boca Raton Museum of Art, The Platt/Bornstein Galleries at American Jewish University in Los Angeles, and the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center in Brooklyn, NY. My paintings are sold through fine art galleries and international contemporary art fairs across the United States. Please visit my web site to see the full range of my work   www.deborahbigeleisen.com

 

561.351.8755

Email: info@deborahbigeleisen.com         

Website:   www.deborahbigeleisen.com

 

 

 

 

 

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Whitespace Art Adventures Announces New Destinations In Tuscany

Elayne Mordes, of Whitespace Collection and Art Adventures announces “Tuscany Art Travels”.  Experience Milan, Florence, Verona and the wine region, Valpolicella seeing private art collections, experiencing Museums with docent led tours and so much more!  The Rickie Report shares the details and urges you to make your reservations, as these trips sell out quickly!

 

 

 

 

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For more information please contact:

The Mordes Collection

2805 N. Australian Avenue

West Palm Beach, Florida 33407

T: 561.842.4131 F: 561.842.4132
E: info@whitespacecollection.com
W: whitespacecollection.com

 

 

 

 

 

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Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

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Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

A Cultural Affair With Deborah Bigeleisen Offers Personalized Art Tours

Are you looking for something special to do?  Are family and friends visiting?  Learn how painters, sculptors, and photographers engage their viewers, why you are drawn to one work of art vs. another, how the materials and colors impact your senses and affect your emotions, and lots more! Deborah Bigeleisen is not only an internationally renown artist, but reports from those who have taken her art tours insist she is also a terrific art guide.  The Rickie Report shares this information, as Art Basel, Art Palm Beach and a multitude of museums are ready for art lovers. Deborah actively lectures on several unusual art-related subjects: “The Art Of Buying Art” and her specialized virtual museum tour, ” From Ordinary to Extraordinary: Looking at Art Through the Eyes and Mind of An Artist”.  Both of these lectures are terrific for organizations! The Rickie Report suggests you call soon regarding dates and availability.

 

 

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It’s all about seeing Art

Through the mind and eyes of an artist!

Have the unique experience of seeing South Florida’s exceptional museums, lush sculpture and botanical gardens, fine art galleries, and international fine art fairs through the mind and vision of internationally acclaimed artist, Deborah Bigeleisen. 

 

 

 

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“Vortex” by Deborah Bigeleisen

 

Whether you are savvy about art, or new to exploring museums and galleries you are in for an enriching and entertaining time. The tours are more of a conversation and less of a lecture; and because they are unscripted, there is a lot of flexibility, and they are always fresh and interesting. For those of you who have been intimidated by going to museums but have always been curious, Deborah’s relaxed engaging manner will remove all your fears and hopefully have you clamoring to see more!

 

 

 

 

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“Untitled” by Deborah Bigeleisen

 

Your guide, Deborah Bigeleisen, a resident of South Florida since 1998, is a world renowned painter whose work is represented by fine art galleries throughout the United States, and at international Fine Art and Contemporary art fairs. Her paintings are prominently included in both private and corporate collections world-wide. Deborah served for ten years as Chairperson for Art and Public Places for the City of West Palm Beach; she is a long-standing member of the Palm Beach County Cultural Council and the National Association of Women Artists.

 

 

 

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“Energy” by Deborah Bigeleisen

 

 

VENUES 

  • The Norton Museum of Art

If your plans include lunch, I suggest Café 1451 at the Norton Museum, or the Serenity Tea House just a few blocks from the museum (reservations required); if you would like to ‘have lunch with the artist’ it would be my pleasure to join you.

 

  • The Ann Norton Sculpture Garden

 

  • The Society of the Four Arts and Gardens

 

  • Palm Beach Photographic Centre

 

  • The Palm Beach Galleries

 

  • Morikami Museum and Gardens

 

  • Boca Raton Museum of Art

 

  • Flagler Museum

 

Enjoy walking along world famous Worth Avenue and through visually stunning courtyards to visit fine art galleries showcasing ‘old masters’ to living contemporary master artists’ work that spans more than three centuries; and hear a little history of Palm Beach along the way! If your plans include lunch, reservations are recommended ‘in season.’ I’ll be happy to make some suggestions. And, if you would like to ‘have lunch with the artist’ it would be my pleasure to join you.

 

 

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               “White Rose” by Deborah Bigeleisen 

 

 

 

 

Kristina Loaiza, Chef Concierge at The Brazilian Court Hotel shares, 

When I asked one of my more “seasoned” co-workers who has some experience in art, he told me, “I thought Deb was a great tour guide of the Norton. She was interactive and knowledgable about the pieces and exhibits. Deb has the ability to process art at a high level. Deb’s passion for the arts can transcend to reach all generations and evoke emotions you never thought art would make you feel.”

 

 

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“Point Of View” by Deborah Bigeleisen

 

 

 

 

 

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It is through Deborah’s vision that you will be taken on a fun and enriching journey.

•Rates vary according to the venue and the size of your group.

•Tour prices based upon minimum of 4 people

• Children 12 and over welcome

•Advanced reservations required • Credit cards accepted • Cancellation fees may apply • Transportation not included • •Lunch and personal purchases not included

Contact: Deborah Bigeleisen for times, reservations, and additional information
office: 561.689.7748 mobile: 561.351.8755  email: 

deborah@ACulturalAffairToRemember.com  or Visit:  ACulturalAffairToRemember.com

www.deborahbigeleisen.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

 

Art Adventure: The Art Road = Fort Lauderdale = Incredible Journey

It’s time for an Art Adventure with Elayne and Marvin Mordes!  Join them on Saturday, February 8th for an incredible journey in Fort Lauderdale. Enjoy an art video on your way, curated trip through “The Spirit of CoBrA”, sumptuous lunch, curated visit at the Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz Collection and studio visit with Wilma Bulkin Seigel.  The Rickie Report knows their trips are popular, so sign up now!  More details are in this article.

Join us

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Art Adventure
The Art Road = Fort Lauderdale = Incredible Journey
Saturday, Feb 8   9:00 – 5:30 PM
Reservation required:  Call 561.842.4131
$145 per person – includes everything!
Motorcoach transportation, breakfast on trip,
full restaurant lunch, all curators and entrances, delights on trip on home
and an art video for your entertainment.
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1.  The Ft. Lauderdale Museum
A curated trip through the “Spirit of  CoBrA” exhibition.
Exploring the roots and inspiration of the European avant-garde CoBrA (Copenhagen, Brussels, Amsterdam)
based on spontaneity, experimentation, socialist politics and exuberant optimism.
The Ft. Lauderdale Museum has the largest and most comprehensive collection of CoBrA art in the United States.
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The William J. Glackens Exhibition
A Curated path through the early 1900’s of America’s Renoir!
2Lunch at a Las Olas Blvd. Restaurant
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3The Girls Club Collection
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A curated visit of selections from the
Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz Collection
curated by Monica and Natasha Lopez de Victoria
These works were chosen for their vivid metaphysics, transforming figures, metamorphosis, supernatural mysteries,
telepathic communication and explosions of psychic power.
Included are works of Internationally renowned artists Barbara Kruger, Jenny Holzer, Ana Medieta, Tracey Emin, Lorna Simpson…..
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4Wilma Bulkin Seigel  – Studio Visit
       Combining medicine with painting , Dr. Siegel has become as award-winning artist
recognized nationally for her portrait series of people living with AIDS, Survivors of AIDS, Breast Cancer Survivors, The Homeless,
The Elderly and most recently Returning War Veterans.
She has exhibited though out the United Sates, been featured on CNN and been
elected into Who’sWho in American Art.  In 2005, she was  featured with a  solo exhibition
at the Ft. Lauderdale Museum of Art and at Whitespace
Collection for her portraits and biographies  of “Holocaust Survivors and Liberators”.
In 2009, she was awarded the highest honor for contributions to the field of arts in Healthcare. –
The Janice Palmer Award of Society of Arts in Healthcare.
Dr. Wilma Siegel will be speaking about her work and we will be previewing her new series of portraits.
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Please join us for a remarkable journey of Art!!

no refunds

supporting the arts through Community Foundation

For more information:  Elayne Mordes, ASID AAA     Whitespace Art Adventures  2805 N. Australian Avenue     West Palm Beach, Florida 33407    T:561.842.4131     F:561.842.4132      E: 2805@mordes.net    www.whitespacecollection.com

 

 

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Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

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Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

A New Century in Artistic Lake Worth

Lake Worth is beginning its second century!  The Rickie Report brings you an overview of art-related activities which will happen in this culturally conscious city.  Get your calendars ready for all the details in this article!

 

 

 

Merchants of Downtown : Lake Worth

The MOD Squad

101 Years and Growing

 

Lake Worth Celebrates its New Century as an Arts, Design and Entertainment District

 

 

With a growing number of unusual art galleries, the Lake Worth Playhouse, Stonzec Movie Theater and live entertainment on every block, the little town of Lake Worth, the town that time forgot, is rapidly emerging as a one-stop arts and entertainment district.

 

 

Friday, January 3rd  : Evening on the Avenue in Downtown Lake WorthLake Worth’s shops and restaurants welcome you its 101st year.  Look for artists and musicians on the streets throughout town and in most of the local restaurants.

 

Saturday, January 4th : Trinkets and Treasures and the Bees Knees hold their monthly Parking Lot Sales. Both shops are loaded with treasures they clear out at phenomenal prices.  Enjoy their barbeque and drinks as you rummage through their unusual finds.

 

Friday, January 10th – Lake Worth Food Truck Invasion: Sponsored by South Shores Tavern (502 Lucerne Avenue), this newest of Lake Worth events has grown each month.  The invasion will take place from 6-10 PM on the parking lot of PNC Bank.  Eat first and then visit the Patio Bar behind South Shores Tavern for an evening of wonderful entertainment. South Shores is now open for Lunch in the Garden  11:30 – 3p everyday.

 

Friday, January 17th– Evening On The Avenue-  enjoy a stroll through all of the shops and restaurants in town.  

 

During the week of Arts Palm Beach, January 24-27, Lake Worth’s Galleries and Artist Lofts will hold open houses for Art Tours.  Extremely expensive Fine Art will be on sale at Arts Palm Beach.  For those who want the quality without the high price tag, visit the galleries of Lake Worth. Buy directly from Lake Worth artists.  Lake Worth is where the art is made. The events throughout the county are titled, “Art Synergy.”  January 26th is Lake Worth’s turn to host visitors.  

 

 

Palm Beach Cultural Council Gallery, 601 Lake Avenue, has a rotating gallery exhibit of the finest artists Palm Beach County. Many consider these artists among the best in the nation.  Closed on Sundays and Mondays, the gallery is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday.  The Council’s gift shop offers wonderful works from local artists.

 

Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery, 15 South J Street, is a non-profit 3-D artist cooperative of over 30 local artists. The artists produce works in clay, paper, bronze, glass, fibers and metals.  Without the 50% mark-ups of regular galleries, the works at this Mecca for 3-D artists are affordable.  From large sculptures to the finest of jewelry, the works are one-of-a-kind.  From emerging artists to the old pros, the work spans a wide variety of styles and materials.  The gallery is cooperatively artist run.  The artists are available to discuss commissioned works from any or all of them.  The gallery can be contacted for special group tours that include pottery wheel, glass spinning and wood turning demonstrations.  Call 561-588-8344 for information. January 17thWorks by Vandy. “Don’t Believe Everything You See in the Paper….Mache”  6-9PM

 

Bruce Webber and Maryanne Webber Galleries, 705-711 Lucerne Avenue  Bruce Webber has created a true fine art gallery that is full service.  It includes framing as well as the supplies artists need to create their works.  Maryanne Webber  specializes in handmade American Crafts by artists from around the USA.   The galleries are adjacent and  attract a variety of customers, new and old, to their unique stores. They produce unusual exhibitions on a regular basis.  Maryanne is the founder of the successful Lake Worth Street Painting Festival held every February, drawing visitors from all over the world.

 

Art Link International, 809 Lucerne Avenue,  Art Link International is a family-owned business of three generations: for 75 years they have dealt in the finest of European, American, Modern and Pop Art.  They house one of the finest collections of Highwaymen Art in the area.

 

Artefact Pardo Gallery, 805 Lake Avenue, buys & sells Old Masters, 20th Century Modern & Contemporary Art.  The gallery is open by appointment. Robert@TheArtefactGallery.com
Phone: 561-329-6264

 

Margot Stein Gallery, 512 Lucerne Avenue,  features painting, sculpture and works on paper by major post-war and contemporary artists. For over 30 years, Margot Stein has specialized in bringing to the art world outstanding examples of 20th century masters.

 

McMow Glass, 701 N. Dixie Highway,  offers the best in stained  glass windows and beveled art glass, as well as beautiful designs in carved, etched and faceted glass. Located in Palm Beach County, Florida since 1976 McMow Art Glass maintains an excellent working relationship with top builders, architects and designers and regularly ships their work throughout the US, Europe and South America.

 

Lake Worth Art League, 604 Lucerne Avenue,  was founded on January 6, 1941.  The League  was established to further the study and development of art, and enhance the cultural life of its members, which number approximately 200.  The league offers free exhibitions and demonstrations, art classes and outdoor show exhibits.

 

Exhibition ” Visual Memories ” is showing Jan. 14th – Feb. 8th 2014 at the Gallery, 604 Lucerne Ave. L.W., from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.  Outdoor Show Jan. 4 & 5, 2014 at the Lake Worth Cultural Plaza,  9:00 am – 4:30 pm Presentation ” Abstract Expressionism “, presented by Brenda Zappitell,  Jan 16, 2014, 7:00 pm. at the Gallery, 604 Lucerne Ave., L.W.    For more information call the Gallery at 561-586-8666.

 

Art Gallery Designs, 630 Lake Avenue, is one on Lake Worth’s newest galleries. The front of the gallery carries works of local artists.  The rear is used as classrooms for children and adults who want to wander in and create art works of their own.

 

Shoe String Designs, 716 Lake Avenue is located inside Palm Beach Home Interiors.  This funky, fun and colorful shop features the works of local artists as well as jewelry, handbags and painted furniture.

 

LSD Gallery  (Local Smoking Domain), 407 S Dixie Highway, features fine art and glass blown pipes of all kinds.  The works of art are created by celebrated artists from around the country.

 

The Lake Worth Artists’ Lofts were created from a federal neighborhood improvement grant to Lake Worth’s CRA. These lofts house 12 artists’ live/work spaces.  They will be celebrating “Art Pop” during the Synergy Art Tour of Lake Worth from noon to 7PM.

 

The Lake Worth Playhouse and the Stonzek Movie Theater: The Lake Worth Playhouse has more fun in its theater per square foot than any other arts entertainment center in the region.  A beautiful setting with the best of local talent, it is an experience not to be missed.

  Patsy Cline Tribute  January 8, 8PM

   Ain’t Misbehavin’  January 16-February 2

 

Stonzek Movie Theater: Whole new schedule every month, the Stonzek shows films that you will not see anywhere else in the county. Film shown seven days a week, films and show times vary. visit   www.lakeworthplayhouse.org  call 561-296-9382 for more info. Tickets $7-$9

 

 

The Merchants of Downtown (MOD Squad) is a group that meets weekly to make Downtown Lake Worth a welcoming destination for neighbors and visitors alike.  The MOD Squad, as they fondly refer to themselves, organizes block by block bringing activity, unity and camaraderie to the Downtown Lake Worth Business District.   For additional information contact JClay6@aol.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

 

 

Linda Golden Offers VIP Tour of Fort Lauderdale Artists Studios and Museum of Art

Linda Golden is a woman of many talents.  The Rickie Report wrote previously about the felting class she offered through the Armory Art Center.  Linda’s passion for all things art is conveyed in her small group VIP Art Tours.  The first one of the season will take place on January 9th and focus on Fort Lauderdale.  RSVP’s are due right after Christmas, so read this article for all of the details.  We hope you will sign up  – you’ll have a great day!

 

 

Linda Golden Art Tours

A Private View of

Fort Lauderdale Studios

Thursday, January 9, 2014

10:00 am

 

Cost $50. per person

 

 

Linda Golden will be leading a small VIP Group Tour to visit several Fort Lauderdale artists’ studios, enjoy lunch, and experience a VIP docent-led tour of the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale.  This tour is self-driven, no motor coach will be provided. Everyone is ENCOURAGED  to car pool as parking in both locations is not overgenerous.  The cost of the tour is $50.00 . This includes entrance fees, lunch, and a generous donation to the museum on behalf of our group. It does not include parking or any other expenses you may occur.

 

The Tour begins promptly at 10:00 am on Thursday, January 9th at the first artist’s studio.   Attendees will meet a number of prominent artists, including Madeline Denaro, Mary Lou Siefker, Francie Bishop Good and the Girls’ Club Collection located in the Third Avenue Art District.    

 

At noon, attendees will drive to the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale and enjoy a lovely lunch at the Books and Books Cafe.  At 1:30, Jorge Santis, Curator of the William Glackens exhibit, will lead the group.  Mr. Santis is a recipient of the Best Curators Award and has been featured in a number of publications.  

 
"Lost and Found" by Madeline Denaro

“Lost and Found” by Madeline Denaro

 
Madeline Denaro tells us why she creates art, “To allow something that I do not control to have an action, to allow oneself to bring this action into a materiality; this is why I make art. My work is very much about process. I find the image secondary to the art making. Although abstract in nature, there is an underlying visual order that gradually seems to emerge. Working intuitively, I enter a realm of the unknown where there is more of a following than any real choice. I seem to be forever altering and adjusting the framework of some invisible reality”.
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“The Potter” by Mary Lou Siefker

The Tour will  Explore the significant collection of  American painter, William Glackens, artists of the Northern European CoBrA Movement and contemporary art by Cuban artists.   Nova Southeastern University’s Museum of Art | Fort Lauderdale has 83,000 square-feet containing 29,000 square-feet of art exhibition space, and is also home to the 11,000 square foot AutoNation Academy of Art + Design.  There will be one docent for every 10 participants, so questions may be asked and information heard easily.

 

William Glackens (1870 – 1938) was an American realist painter and one of the founders of the Ashcan School of American art. He is also known for helping Albert C. Barnes to acquire the European paintings that form the nucleus of the famed Barnes Foundation. The museum has the largest collection of Glackens’ work anywhere in the world.  Attendees will be seeing a small selection of this work in anticipation of a much larger show which will be opening in February.
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Emin-Tracey “I Think Its in My Head” at The Girls Club


Girls’ Club has engaged Miami artist team  TMSisters – sisters Monica and Natasha Lopez de Victoria – to collaborate with the collection of contemporary art by women amassed by Fort Lauderdale collectors Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz. and curate the 2013/2014 exhibition.  The mission of Girls’ Club is to educate the public and to serve as a resource for art students and scholars, curators and practicing artists on the contributions of women to the field of contemporary art. Girls’ Club produces exhibitions, educational programming, publications and events that change lives, nurture local artists, and inspire cultural growth in Broward County.

 

Everyone who participates will receive parking directions, information on the artists whose studio’s we will be visiting, information on the museum shows we will be seeing, luncheon choices,  etc. etc. This is a rather large body of information so it will be sent only  to those who will be attending and whose check has been received. This information will be emailed to you shortly before the tour date.
 
Please send your check to:   Linda Golden      2307 Tuscany Way     Boynton Beach, FL 33435  
For additional information please call  248.705.5390 or email  Lgolden8147@aol.com

 

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Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

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Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

Whitespace Opens for Season With New Artists and Exhibits

Whitespace Collection’s Opening Night on December 13th will present  “Optic Edge”, an exhibition of creative projects using video, film, and internet.  In addition, new work from artists that Elayne and Marvin Mordes have discovered  during their world wide art tours will be shown.  Whitespace will be open for the next 3 weekends in a row during the  Holiday Season.  The Rickie Report suggests that a trip to Whitespace is a perfect holiday adventure for the entire family.  WhitePackage gift shop is open for shopping! More details are in this article.

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                                                   THE MORDES COLLECTION

www: whitespacecollection.com

OPENING NIGHT

Friday, December 13      6:30 – 9:30 PM 
Previewing
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An exhibition of creative projects using video, film and internet

 

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Siebren Vertseeg, “Flag”

Whitespace is Pleased to Announce

our 6th Season of Exhibitions

Season Opening

Friday, December 13, 2013

6:30 – 9:30 pm

admission $10    Students $5

no reservation required

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Peter Sarkisian

Public Viewing Days

Special Holiday Times with WhitePackage gift shop open – 2013
Dec. 14 & 15   Sat & Sun  1-4  pm
Dec 21 & 22    Sat & Sun  1-4  pm
Dec 28 & 29    Sat & Sun 1-4 pm

AND

Every Sunday 1-4 pm

Beginning –  January 5, 2014  and  Closing- April 6, 2014    

Admission $10  Students $5
"Crowplay" by Karla Walter

“Crowplay” by Karla Walter

Special projects by:

Hunt Clark

Karla Walter

Sven Johne

Peter Sarkisian

Erik Schmidt

Siebren Versteeg

Clemens von Wedemeyer

Matthew Weinstein

Gabrielle Wood

and selected artists from the Whitespace Collection:

Beatriz Millar

Max Toth

Nathalie Djurberg

Christian Marclay

Koto Ezawa

Hunt Clark

Hunt Clark

Art Tours Miami
Saturday, February 8    and   Saturday, March 22, 2014
reservation required
C3 = Conversation + Culture + Cocktails
Friday, Februrary 28 – 5-7pm
private viewing of the Mordes loft style living space
wine and tid-bits,  goody-bag
guided tour with Elayne and Marvin Mordes
reservations required – $75 per person
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Friday, April 4 and Saturday April 5, 2014
8 – 11 pm
Juried Exhibition of 35 artists –  outside in the landscape
$10 per person


Selections from the permanent collection of Whitespace are always on exhibition.

Please visit

 www.whitespacecollection.com

for further information

Admission: $10       students with valid ID  – $5

benefitting the arts through Community Foundation

The Mordes Collection
2805 N. Australian Avenue    West Palm Beach, Florida 33407
T: 561.842.4131     F: 561.842.4132
E: info@whitespacecollection.com

 

About Whitespace:

 

Whitespace is the private contemporary art exhibition space and loft-style home of Elayne and Marvin Mordes located in West Palm Beach.  The Mordes’ have been collecting Contemporary Art for over 30 years and have a unique European approach to their collection.  One of the strengths of the collection is the consistency of vision that it exhibits and, in addition, has also been characterized by its enthusiasm and focus.  Whitespace has approximately 8000 square feet of exhibition space which has partial permanent programming and a changing project space entitled “Whitebox”, which has curated exhibitions which meet a high level of competency, vision and creativity.  This is the only venue of this type in this area. We consider it an honor to establish a growing audience of Contemporary Art “Lovers”!! 

The mission of Whitespace is to expand and introduce the viewer to current trends in contemporary art by creating international exhibitions by major mid-career contemporary artists using various mediums: including painting, sculpture, photography, drawing and video. Whitespace is open from December through April of each year.   The goal of Whitespace is to fund a granting program for the Arts and Art Education in Palm Beach County through Community Foundation.

This season Whitespace is proud to announce the 6th season of “Whitebox”, an artist’s project space for emerging and mid-career international artists.  Exhibiting this season are artists involved with cutting edge work using film, video and internet as their medium.  In addition, Whitespace in implementing a program of Art Tours to Miami, a boxed lunch and learn program with artists as speakers, two open events to allow for visits to our private home without a group tour and Outside the Box2 – a juried biennale outdoor sculpture exhibition with approximately 25 artists.  

Whitespace also has a small museum shop – WhitePackage, with unique host & hostess gifts and décor designed by international artists, architects and design personalities.

 

photos courtesy of Jacek Gancarz

proceeds benefitting the Arts and Art Education through Community Foundation

 

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