CJR Fine Arts & Frame Celebrates With Ferjo Exhibit And Meet The Artist Reception

CJR Fine Arts & Frame celebrates its One Year Anniversary with a special art event!  Meet Ferjo, one of the most dynamic and exciting artists on the international stage. Whimsical, colorful and technically refined, Ferjo’s work is an exuberant mix of Cubism, Abstract Expressionism, Realism and Surrealism. His work is sought by collectors and galleries worldwide.  CJR Fine Arts & Frame presents an Exhibit of Ferjo’s work from November 12 -19th, with a special Meet the Artist Reception on Saturday, November 19th.  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.  Mark your calendars!  This is open to the public and free.

 

 

 

 

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CJR Fine Arts & Frame

514B North State Road 7
Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411
561-333-9472

cjrfinearts.com

 

 

Celebrate Our Anniversary!

Meet World Renown Artist:

 

F E R J O

 

 

Special Reception:

Saturday, November 19

6 – 9 pm  

Exhibition Available Nov.  12 -19th

 

 

 

 

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About Ferjo

 

Fernando de Jesus Oliveira (known as Ferjo) was born in Bahia, Brazil in 1946.  He studied at the prestigious Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts from 1974-1979, where he concentrated on landscape and portraiture. It was during this time that Ferjo began painting Cubist style landscapes and eventually moving to realist portraiture. This latter style is best evidenced by a mock group portrait (1978-1979) of the faculty of the Pennsylvania Academy, in which Ferjo posed his subjects in positions reminiscent of those of Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Last Supper”. Since receiving special accolades from the Pennsylvania Academy, first in 1978 and then again in 1979, Ferjo’s command of realist painting became widely recognized in galleries. After leaving The Academy, Ferjo’s natural artistry led him to explore a myriad of themes and styles, ranging from Realism to Surrealism.

 

 

Ferjo’s compositions combine the old masters and the new, in a magical bounty of color, surrealism, fantasy and beauty. His affinity for tokens adds a personal dimension to each work. Images of pencils, bubbles, fish, strawberries, and broken eggshells float throughout his work. The surrealist worlds he creates pay homage to Bosch, Vermeer, Van Gogh, Renoir, Picasso, Dali, Monet, Manet, Matisse, Miro, Modigliani, Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Mucha and Chagall. In Ferjo’s world, the laws of perspective and scale are given new meaning; space and time are manipulated in fantastical arrangements, giving the viewer a sense of falling into another dimension.

 

Whimsical, colorful and technically refined, Ferjo’s work is an exuberant mix of Cubism, Abstract Expressionism, Realism and Surrealism. Ferjo is a master painter with a style he can truly call his own. Ferjo’s work is sought by collectors and galleries worldwide.

 

 

 

 

 

For more information:

CJR Fine Arts & Frame

514B North State Road 7 Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411
561-333-9472
Email: mail@cjrfinearts.com

 

 

 

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Al Rojas’ Artistic Path Generates Abstract Imagery With Figurative Human Images

Alvaro (Al) Rojas, born in Colombia S.A., moved with his family at the age of ten to Astoria, Queens N.Y.  He attended Jacksonville University and Florida International University (FIU), including art classes. At FIU, where he graduated with a Bachelor in Engineering, a class on art critique set Al on a 40 year path to develop his art and techniques. Groups of geometric and figurative forms on abstract backgrounds or cityscapes are the main theme of Al’s works. His goal is for viewers to see an interesting color combination, a new line or form and to have their imaginations stimulated. The Rickie Report is pleased to share an interview with this innovative creator and some of his award-winning images.

 

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Art for Al has been a way to take time out of the corporate world and has been a source of reflection and tranquility. His art provides a different perspective for his daily activities were he can explore his inner thoughts and organize his life’s direction.

 

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“Absinthe Drinker” by Al Rojas

 

TRR: How did you begin creating your artwork?

 AR:

I’ve been drawing from childhood, imitating an uncle who liked drawing, but it wasn’t until college where I attended a couple of art classes and began to seriously paint. One class in particular was about art critique and it set me off on an exploratory path for the following 40 years that eventually lead to the works that I create today.

 

 

AlRojasYellow Panel

“Yellow Panel” by Al Rojas

 

 

TRR: What inspired you at that time?

AR:

 

I believe it was the teacher who challenged me to question what it was I was doing and search for my own art identity.

 

 

 

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“Intaglios” by Al Rojas

 

 

 

TRR: What inspires you now?

AR:

I was influenced by a number of 20th century movements, primarily cubism and sub-realism; these periods in art have shaped my imagery. Abstract expressionism and other later movements have influenced the process of my works, giving me the freedom to experiment with a limited number of materials to create compositions seen by my mind’s eye.

 

 

My main source of inspiration have been my life’s experiences, growing up Colombia and Queens N.Y., my schooling, and working and traveling throughout the Americas during my corporate career, come to be incorporated and manifested in my art. I still continue to search and understand what it is that I do and why I do it; this search is what inspires me the most.

 

 

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“Silent Morning” by Al Rojas

 

 

 

TRR: Tell us about your life story.

AR:

After a couple of art classes in college, I dedicated myself to getting an Engineering degree and later a Masters degree. For the past 40 years my engineering and business career was my primary driver and focus… creating 2D works was a secondary activity that helped me escape the pressure of work, especially in the last ten years.  One aspect of my working life that did help my artistic work was the large amount of traveling all over Latin America, US and Canada that I did. These experiences provided a great deal of visual stimulus and long periods of time to develop ideas that I used during the time I had for painting.

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“Losing My Religion” by Al Rojas 

 

 

 

 

TRR  Did you try other mediums?

AR:

I have concentrated on using acrylics, because they provide the results that work best with the process I have developed..they complement the process very well and with a few tools, some pencils, some use of ink and watercolors provide the best combination of mediums I can find. I originally tried oil painting, followed by ink and water colors. It was the watercolors and an exploration of the medium that led to acrylics.

 

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“Windows” by Al Rojas

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRR: What led you to your current style?

AR:

I am interested in creating images and form without any pre-conception of the outcome. The works are process-oriented and I let the intermediate results guide me to a finished work. I start by floating various liquid mediums, such as ink, acrylic ink, watercolors and acrylics in water on a vertical pane of glass, manipulating the effects and adding (drawing or painting) or removing (scratching / ripping) areas of the work in process. I primarily use an eye dropper to place the liquid mediums on the glass trying to be as controlled as possible to create areas that can be used to build space, images, buildings or figures. If the medium gets out of control, I scratch/etch it to make lines and forms, eventually developing a complete composition.

 

 

 The composition develops from floating the acrylic ink and letting time and gravity start the creative process. As the “puddles” dry, I can visualize what the next step is and take it step by step bringing out line, figure(s), background / foreground and space.  Once I finish the wet process, I cover the results with a clear acrylic medium. Once the acrylic medium dries, I cut it up into additional shapes, paint over it and lift it from the glass for further painting on the back side prior to mounting it on a Plexiglas panel or paper.

 

 

 

My works attempt to balance the abstract with the representational, colorful at times with geometric forms to assist in putting order to the composition. Due to what seems as a chaotic process, I tend to produce primarily abstract imagery, but as I control the process, I have been able to produce representational/figurative images, primarily human figures.

 

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“Galactic Cemetery” by Al Rojas

 

 

TRR: Have you seen your style change over the years? What has influenced any changes?

AR:

 

Yes, from very abstract works that looked like early satellite imagery with little to no composition, I have moved to a more controlled results that have better composition and balance. I strongly feel the need to control the results of a very chaotic process, in order to show that the finished work was done with a good deal of conscientious effort and not just a total random result…that the work has an intellect behind it and not just something that looks pretty.

 

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“Ace, King, Queen” by Al Rojas

 

 

 

 

TRR:  What advice do you give to an emerging artist?

AR:

 

Works of art are not a slam dunk, just because you have a good technique or ease of hand and skill. You have to work at it to try to understand what it is you are trying to achieve and why.

 

 

AlRojasShaman Pointing the Way

“Shaman Pointing The Way” by Al Rojas

 

 

 

TRR: What is most challenging as an artist?

AR:

 

After completing a work that takes me to a new point/level, starting a new one is the most challenging. The “what now” or “what next” question can really be difficult to overcome and get going again.

 

 

AlRojasPixelating Sky

“Pixelating Sky” by Al Rojas

 

 

 

 

TRR: Where can people find your work?

AR:

I hope people will visit Art On Park Gallery, visit the website, my Facebook Page and contact me.

 

http://www.artistsofpalmbeachcounty.com/

 

Email Al Rojas: adrojas987@aol.com

 

Website link – http://www.artistsofpalmbeachcounty.com/#!al-rojas/c20za

Facebook link – https://www.facebook.com/alvaro.rojas.92123

 

General Overview of Exhibitions:

City of Palm Beach Gardens – GardensArt Exhibit – Spring 2006 Juried Art Exhibition
Boca Raton Museum of Art, Artist’ Guild – 2006 Winter Open Juried Art Exhibition
Boca Raton Museum of Art, Artist’ Guild – 2007 Summer Open Juried Art Exhibition
ArtAvox Spring, 2007, 2008, 2009
Boynton Beach Art in Public Places – Carolyn Sims Center, Summer 2008
Boca Raton Sugar Sand, Art in Public Places – Winter 2008, Juried Art Exhibition
Armory Art Center, Inc. Hispanic Heritage Exhibition February, 2009
City of Palm Beach Gardens – GardensArt Exhibit Spring 2010 Juried Art Exhibition
Lighthouse for the Arts – Multiple Sins Summer 2010 Juried Art Exhibition
Continuum West Palm Beach – 2016 and 2014, Juried Art Exhibition
Art on Park Gallery – numerous exhibits 2012 – 2016

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

International Artist, Ronn Jaffe, To Fill EmKo Gallery With Provocative, Multi-sensory Sculptures January 22 – February 14

Famed artist, Ronn Jaffe combines Art and Technology to create the astounding during “The Holloman-ex Samsara” Solo Exhibition at EMKO! An 8-foot ‘Holloman’ will tower above the 6,000 square foot gallery at EmKo on January 22.  Jaffe’s iconic Holloman figure will be brought to life in multiple, 3-D sculptures infused with video, animation, sound and light, creating a multi-sensory exhibition unlike any other.  The Exhibition launches with January 22nd Opening Reception.  The Rickie Report shares the details and a sneak peek. Don’t miss this!!!

 

 

 

RONN   JAFFE  

Solo Exhibit

 

 

 

“The Holloman-ex Samsara”

 

 Opening Public Reception:

Friday, January 22, 2016

 

 6 – 9 pm

 “The Holloman” runs through February 14

EmKo

 

2119 South Dixie Highway     W. Palm Beach, FL 33401

561-227-3511

 

 

 

Breaking Samsara by Ronn Jaffe

“Breaking Samsara” by Ronn Jaffe

 

 

Palm Beach resident Jaffe has enjoyed an internationally recognized career as a conceptual contemporary artist, noted interior architect and furniture designer. His work has long explored the relationship between reality and dimensional illusionism, and the tension between positive and negative space, but the added media elements in The Holloman-ex Samsara take his work into new territory. Inspired by Jaffe’s life-long interest in mythology and philosophy, The “Holloman – ex Samsara” represents Everyman ‘seeking the way’ to fulfill the emptiness in the flow to meaning. “It is about breaking the cycle from illusion to enlightenment”, says Jaffe.

 

 

 

Beginning in the late 60’s, Jaffe created and developed the “portoid” – open spaces within his pieces. These portal/void spaces allowed the normally two-dimensional work to bring the background and foregrounds integrate into each piece, creating interaction between the work and the ever-changing world around it. The “Holloman-ex Samsara” reveals the evolution of not only Jaffe’s work, but of himself as an artist – from his beginning flat pieces, to his bas relief to the evolution into full 3-D, multi-media creations.

 

 

Included in this exhibition will be a whole new series of work highlighting sculpture from Jaffe’s Holloman series: a Portrait with a Video Eye, kinetic swiveling sculpture heads as homage to Robert Rauschenberg, intriguing Hollo Animation Films, as well as, an Andy Warhol one up called ‘15 Seconds of Fame’.

 

 

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Holloman” by Ronn Jaffe

 

 

 

Ronn Jaffe tells The Rickie Report, “I work in the flow between the conscious/unconscious, I’m at my best when emerged in the joy and passion of creation.”  Picasso invented Cubism, Calder the Mobile, and Warhol Pop Art. Ronn Jaffe made a name for himself in the 1960’s, by inventing the ‘Multicam’ and the ‘Portoid.’ Ronn’s work has been noted for receiving a wide array of prestigious awards, which span the entire course of his career in interior architecture, writing, and contemporary conceptual art. Jaffe’s work is owned by several of the top 100 collectors in the world, as well as notables like Aristotle Onassis, the Sultan of Brunei, the Countess de Quatro, to name a few.

 

 

 

 

Ronn Jaffe, born in Washington, D.C., began his art experience at age 10 at the Corcoran Museum School. Jaffe continuing his artistic pursuits, after Graduating from Boston University and Harvard Graduate School of Design, had his first solo show in 1968 at the Park Place Gallery. Famed curator Walter Hopps gave an outstanding personal review of this first show and the show was a complete sell out on opening night. Art critic Liz Whitney wrote glowingly about Ronn’s innovative and bold work. Ronn left fine art for a time, returning in early 2000 to a full time pursuit of art; bringing us to a mature body of work that has evolved into its full prime and continues to engage both the public and art connoisseur. He currently lives in Palm Beach, Florida, with his wife, partner, and love of his life, Mars.

 

 

 

 

The “Holloman – ex Samsara” Solo exhibition by Ronn Jaffe opens at EmKo January 22 with an open reception from 6 – 9 pm at EmKo, located at 2119 S Dixie Hwy. in West Palm Beach. The “Holloman” runs through February 14.

Please visit www.ronnjaffe.com for information on The “Holloman Series” and other works by Ron Jaffe – representation by Mars Palm Beach Estate Holdings on 1stDibs.com.

Contact 561-543-8383 .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

Contemporary Art Venues for the Discerning Collector 2014:APRIL=ART=HOLLAND

Contemporary art lovers will find the new Art Tour coordinated by Elayne and Marvin Mordes the perfect Spring adventure!  Art Adventures + Whitespace announces an update for their “April=Art=Adventure=Holland” which includes top rated hotels, tours of venues normally not open to the public, and a host of galleries, museums and studios.  The Rickie Report shares the details here.

 

 

   
Art Adventures + Whitespace
is pleased to announce
APRIL = ART = ADVENTURE = HOLLAND
Sunday, April 27 – Sunday, May 4, 2014
+
BRUSSELS
an optional pre-Holland program
Thursday, April 24 – Sunday, April 27
with transfer to Amsterdam included

            UPDATE:  in Amsterdam   FOAM Museum – Richard Mosse – “the Enclave”  this is the exhibition from the Irish Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale.  It was fantastic !!

                                in Amsterdam:     Jeff Wall, Marcel Wanders, Felix Vallotton, Brancusi-rosso and Man Ray, in Den Haag –  Photo as Figure
                                in Tilburg at De Pont – Dan Graham
                    in Den Haag:  Mondrian and Cubism – the largest collection of Modrian in the world…
                                                            Thomas Houseago – mid-career retrospective
                    in Brussels:  Christina Iglesias,  The Tobias Twins, Van Haerents Collection, CAB exhibition of young artists selected by 8 prominent Belgian Collectors
                      
                        – amazing private collections and foundations….
registration form is attached.
            Space is available. 
Please join us for a fabulous adventure.
This is shaping up to be our best ART ADVENTURE to date!!!
Don’t miss this program!
UPDATE:  some exhibitions that we will be visiting on this program:
– in Brussels:  Christina Igleias
2014 – Holland Art Adventures
Hotel:  5 star luxury Andaz located on the Prince’s canal in Amsterdam center
            – Designed by Marcel Wanders  www.amsterdam.prinsengracht.andaz.com
-includes 7 nights with all food, motor coach transport, curators, guides and entrances
-curated tours of the Rijksmuseum, the CoBrA Museum, the Stedelijk Museum, the Van Gogh Museum
-curated tour of de Appel contemporary art foundation
-De Pont Museum in Tilberg
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen  and Witte de Witt in Rotterdam
-private collections
-private foundations
-Artist studio visits
-Gallery visits
-collections in Rotterdam and the Hague
-weather permitting a tour of Keukenhof – the tulip capitol of the world!
………………and as usual – MORE TO COME
+ 2014 Belgium. Brussels
……….. (for previous Art Adventure’s travellers to Belgium – a totally new progam)
– VIP entrance and opening night at one of Europe’s best Art Fairs. – ArtBrussels 2014
– 3 nights at luxury hotel with all meals, motor coach transport, entrances and curators
– Curated visit to Villa Empain private contemporary art foundation
– private collections and foundations
-Van Haerents Collection
– Artist studios
– Cocktail reception at Pierre Marie Giraud’s new townhouse gallery
– cocktail reception at Xavier Hufkens Gallery
– Curated tour of the Dhondt-Dhaenens Museum – the Tobias Twins Exhibition
– And as usual……………. MORE TO COME
Looking forward to having you join us on this latest
ART ADVENTURE…..
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

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION and FORM

 

 

Contemporary art venues for the discerning collector…….

2014:   APRIL=ART=HOLLAND

Sunday, April 27, 2014 – Sunday, May 4, 2014 +Brussels

*** an optional pre-Holland program to Brussels ***

Thursday, april 24 – Sunday, April 27

 

Deluxe motorcoach transfer to Amsterdam included

 

REGISTRATION  DEPOSIT  FORM

$800.00 PER PERSON TO SECURE YOU SPACE

***The number of participants for this program will be limited***

fully refundable deposit until Jan.30, 2014

 

Enclosed please find my check in full for $__________ for ______ place(s) on the enclosed proposed program.

Credit cards (Visa, Mastercard or American Express) accepted with a 4% fee.

****Please check the appropriate box below if you will be attending the Brussels Program portion.

Brussels      Attending ____        Not attending _____

Holland       Attending ____

 

Rooms are located in the following Hotel for Amsterdam, Netherlands

Hotel Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht    Prinsengracht 587   1016 HT Amsterdam

www.Amsterdam.prinsengracht.andaz.com

 

The total amount per person for the complete AMSTERDAM + HOLLAND program is:

Please circle your choice of room:

Double occupied Garden View King room per person:     $7000.00

Double occupied Canal View King room per person:          $ 7370.00

 

Single occupied Garden View room:   $8380.00

Single occupied Canal View room :                                 $9115.00

** rooms are available either before or after the program at a special group rate.

Belgium/Brussels:

 

The total amount per person for the complete BELGIUM program is:

Per Person regardless of single or double room occupancy:      $2650

 

This includes transport to Amsterdam on Sunday, April 24, 2014

** rooms are available before this program at a special rate

 

Inclusive in these programs  are all meals , entrances to exhibitions, guides and curators, ground transportation by deluxe motor coach, and hotel in a prime location for 7 nights in Holland and 3 nights in Brussels with buffet breakfast.

 

Please purchase trip insurance for your protection

Suggested:   Phyllis at Eileen’s Travel

561.655.2234

 

Not IncludedPassport expenses, alcoholic beverages, mini bar, phone charges and meals other than those specified in the final itinerary;  items of a personal nature; excess baggage charges; and all items not specifically mentioned in the itinerary which include airport transfers.

Air transportation is not included.  It is the responsibility of each traveler to secure his/her own travel arrangements to and from the Host City including airport transfers and to insure their air travel, transportation arrangements and all land costs.

 

Identification:  Passengers are responsible for carrying valid passports and visas, if necessary, for passage within the destinations described in the itinerary.

 

Transportation and Accommodations:  Land transportation will be by air-conditioned deluxe motor coach.  Hotel accommodations are as noted above.

 

Program Changes:  The itinerary is subject to change.

 

Deposits and Refunds:  All deposits are fully refundable up to January 30, 2014.  There will be no deposit refunds of any kind after that date.

 

Balance Due and Refunds:   All balances are due in full by February 15, 2014.   No monies are refundable after January 30, 2014.

 

Responsibility/Refund Policy:  Elayne and Marvin Mordes t/a Art Adventures, act only as agents for the passengers with respect to the hotels, transportation (either air, motorcoach, limousine, taxi or public conveyance), and all other services, and as such hold themselves free of liability for any injury, delay, cancellation or damage from any cause whatsoever.  The Mordes’ t/a Art Adventures accept no responsibility for losses, damages or delays or cancellations occasioned by sickness, strife, war, quarantine, weather or any other acts beyond their control.  There are no refunds for this program if any of the above mentioned actions are in anyway the cause for cancellation or delay by either party.

 

Each traveler must accept responsibility for insuring their total costs for this program.  We suggest that each person purchase “all contingency” trip insurance. By signing the form below you understand and agree to all policies listed in this document.

 

Signature(s):___________________________________________________

 

____________________________________________________________

 

 

Please Print information:

Name(s):_______________________________________________________

 

Phone:_____________     Fax:______________ e-mail_________________________________

 

Address:______________________________    City/State/Zip___________________________

Credit card #:__________________________  expiration:___________Security code:________

 

Billing Zip Code: ________________   Name on Card: ________________________________

 

Room type and occupancy number:     Holland: Single garden:_____     Single Canal: ________

Double garden:  ____   Double Canal: _______

 

Belgium:  Attending Yes __________   No ___________

 

Return by mail, a check (or credit card info – name as appears on card, billing address, zip, card number, expiration date  and security code) made out to Art Adventures along with this signed and completed registration form (both pages) to:

Art Adventures

2805 N. Australian Ave

West Palm Beach, Florida  33407

Fax: 561.842.4132

Thank you for joining Art Adventures,  

2014:  April = Art = Holland + Brussels

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Whitespace Collection Is Open; Also Offering Special Art Tour to Holland and Brussels

Whitespace Collection’s booth at Art Palm Beach was nearly impossible to approach – there were so many people interested in what they were offering!  Now is your chance to visit Whitespace in a more leisurely way and enjoy everything the Mordes’ have to share.  In addition, Elayne and Marvin are planning their newest Art Adventure to Holland and Brussels!  We hear that there are still spaces available. The Rickie Report shares the details here.

 

Whitespace Collection

 Art Adventure: Holland + Brussels

In Amsterdam   FOAM Museum – Richard Mosse – “the Enclave”  this is the exhibition from the Irish Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale.  It was fantastic !!
                                In Den Haag:  Mondrian and Cubism – the largest collection of Modrian in the world…
                                                            Thomas Houseago – mid-career retrospective
            Space is available. 
Please join us for a fabulous adventure.
This is shaping up to be our best ART ADVENTURE to date!!!
Don’t miss this program!
UPDATE:  some exhibitions that we will be visiting on this program:
– In Brussels:  Christina Igleias
-In Holland: Jeff Wall, Marcel Wanders, Felix Vallotton, Brancusi-rosso and Man Ray, in Den Haag –  Photo as Figure,

In Tilburg at De Pont – Dan Graham- amazing private collections and foundations….

Art Adventures + Whitespace
is pleased to announce
APRIL = ART = ADVENTURE = HOLLAND
Sunday, April 27 – Sunday, May 4, 2014
+
BRUSSELS
an optional pre-Holland program
Thursday, April 24 – Sunday, April 27
with transfer to Amsterdam included
**** the number of participants for this program will be limited****
2014 – Holland Art Adventures
Hotel:  5 star luxury Andaz located on the Prince’s canal in Amsterdam center
            – Designed by Marcel Wanders  www.amsterdam.prinsengracht.andaz.com
-includes 7 nights with all food, motor coach transport, curators, guides and entrances
-curated tours of the Rijksmuseum, the CoBrA Museum, the Stedelijk Museum, the Van Gogh Museum
-curated tour of de Appel contemporary art foundation
-De Pont Museum in Tilberg
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen  and Witte de Witt in Rotterdam
-private collections
-private foundations
-Artist studio visits
-Gallery visits
-collections in Rotterdam and the Hague
-weather permitting a tour of Keukenhof – the tulip capitol of the world!
………………and as usual – MORE TO COME
+ 2014 Belgium. Brussels
……….. (for previous Art Adventure’s travellers to Belgium – a totally new progam)
– VIP entrance and opening night at one of Europe’s best Art Fairs. – ArtBrussels 2014
– 3 nights at luxury hotel with all meals, motor coach transport, entrances and curators
– Curated visit to Villa Empain private contemporary art foundation
– private collections and foundations
-Van Haerents Collection
– Artist studios
– Cocktail reception at Pierre Marie Giraud’s new townhouse gallery
– cocktail reception at Xavier Hufkens Gallery
– Curated tour of the Dhondt-Dhaenens Museum – the Tobias Twins Exhibition
– And as usual……………. MORE TO COME

 

Contemporary art venues for the discerning collector…….

2014:   APRIL=ART=HOLLAND

 

Sunday, April 27, 2014 – Sunday, May 4, 2014

Brussels

 

*** an optional pre-Holland program to Brussels ***

Thursday, april 24 – Sunday, April 27

 

Deluxe motorcoach transfer to Amsterdam included

 

REGISTRATION  DEPOSIT  FORM

$800.00 PER PERSON TO SECURE YOU SPACE

***The number of participants for this program will be limited***

 

 

 Enclosed please find my check in full for $__________ for ______ place(s) on the enclosed proposed program.

Credit cards (Visa, Mastercard or American Express) accepted with a 4% fee.

 

Return by mail, a check (or credit card info – name as appears on card, billing address, zip, card number, expiration date  and security code) made out to Art Adventures along with this signed and completed registration form (both pages) to:

             Art Adventures

2805 N. Australian Ave

West Palm Beach, Florida  33407

Fax: 561.842.4132

 

****Please check the appropriate box below if you will be attending the Brussels Program portion.

Brussels      Attending ____        Not attending _____

Holland       Attending ____

 

Rooms are located in the following Hotel for Amsterdam, Netherlands

Hotel Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht    Prinsengracht 587   1016 HT Amsterdam

www.Amsterdam.prinsengracht.andaz.com

 

The total amount per person for the complete AMSTERDAM + HOLLAND program is:

Please circle your choice of room:

Double occupied Garden View King room per person:     $7000.00

Double occupied Canal View King room per person:          $ 7370.00

 

Single occupied Garden View room:   $8380.00

Single occupied Canal View room :                                 $9115.00

** rooms are available either before or after the program at a special group rate.

Belgium/Brussels:

 

The total amount per person for the complete BELGIUM program is:

Per Person regardless of single or double room occupancy:      $2650

 

This includes transport to Amsterdam on Sunday, April 24, 2014

** rooms are available before this program at a special rate

 

Inclusive in these programs are

all meals ,
entrances to exhibitions,
guides and curators,
ground transportation by deluxe motor coach, and
hotel in a prime location for 7 nights in Holland and 3 nights in Brussels with buffet breakfast.

Please purchase trip insurance for your protection

Suggested:   Phyllis at Eileen’s Travel

561.655.2234

 

Not IncludedPassport expenses, alcoholic beverages, mini bar, phone charges and meals other than

those specified in the final itinerary;  items of a personal nature; excess baggage charges;

and all items not specifically mentioned in the itinerary which include airport transfers.

Air transportation is not included.

It is the responsibility of each traveler to secure his/her own travel arrangements to and from the Host City

including airport transfers and to insure their air travel, transportation arrangements and all land costs.

Identification:  Passengers are responsible for carrying valid passports and visas, if necessary,

for passage within the destinations described in the itinerary.

Transportation and Accommodations:  Land transportation will be by air-conditioned deluxe

motor coach.  Hotel accommodations are as noted above.

Program Changes:  The itinerary is subject to change.

 

 

Balance Due:   All balances are due in full by February 25, 2014.

 

Responsibility/Refund Policy:  Elayne and Marvin Mordes t/a Art Adventures, act only as agents for the passengers with respect to the hotels, transportation (either air, motorcoach, limousine, taxi or public conveyance), and all other services, and as such hold themselves free of liability for any injury, delay, cancellation or damage from any cause whatsoever.  The Mordes’ t/a Art Adventures accept no responsibility for losses, damages or delays or cancellations occasioned by sickness, strife, war, quarantine, weather or any other acts beyond their control.  There are no refunds for this program if any of the above mentioned actions are in anyway the cause for cancellation or delay by either party.

 

Each traveler must accept responsibility for insuring their total costs for this program. 

We suggest that each person purchase “all contingency” trip insurance.

By signing the form below you understand and agree to all policies listed in this document.

 

Signature(s):___________________________________________________________

 

Please Print information:

Name(s):____________________________________________________________________

 

Phone:_____________     Fax:______________ e-mail_________________________________

 

Address:______________________________    City/State/Zip___________________________

 

Credit card #:__________________________  expiration:___________Security code:________

 

Billing Zip Code: ________________   Name on Card: ________________________________

 

 

 

Room type and occupancy number:     Holland: Single garden:_____     Single Canal: ________

Double garden:  ____   Double Canal: _______

 

Belgium:  Attending Yes __________   No ___________

 

 

 

Thank you for joining Art Adventures,  

2014:  April = Art = Holland + Brussels

 

Looking forward to having you join us on this latest
ART ADVENTURE…..
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

Visit Whitespace Collection

in West Palm Beach, FL

 

 

 

 

Whitespace is Pleased to Annouce our 5th Season of Exhibitions
Public Viewing Days:
Every Sunday 1-4pm
Beginning –  January 5, 2014  and  Closing- April 6, 2014   
Admission $10  Students $5
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Art Tours Miami
Saturday, March 22, 2014
reservations required
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Outside the Box2
Friday, April 4 and Saturday April 5, 2014
8 – 11 pm
Juried Exhibition of 35 artists –  outside in the landscape
$10 per person
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 Visit the appropriate pages at www.whitespacecollection.com for further information on the above programs
Partial proceeds benefitting the arts through Community Foundation

Selections from the permanent collection of Whitespace are always on exhibition

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