Jan Stein Bringing Pets And Art Together, Celebrates Special Paintings, Posh Pet Hotel and Whimsical Pet Sculptures

“Cat’s Meow and ARF Art” is being introduced by West Palm Beach-based (Baby Boomer/CreativeAging) Artistic Consulting Professional Jan Stein. She remains true to her several passions: 100% Visual Art; loving pets, and involving multi-generational professionals.  The Pet Posh Hotel ( PPH), Paint-On-Picture (P-O-P) and “Cat’s Meow and ARF Art” come together as we celebrate National Arts & Humanities Month (October) and National Cat Day (October 29th).  Within this article, The Rickie Report shares unique art-related and special pet-related gift ideas.

 

 

J A N      S T E I N

E*maginate, L.L.C.

 

 

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Since 1993, October 1-31 has been proclaimed as “National Arts & Humanities Month”.  As productive Baby Boomers, this generation is being increasingly recognized as America’s Creative-Aging (60+yrs.) entrepreneurs. Jan Stein tells The Rickie Report, “Maybe for the first time, to satisfy “freedom of expression,” and/or for financial need-based pre-retirement income, millions of fellow Boomers continue to explore new facets of the arts and humanities in their personal lives and business endeavors”.

 

 

 

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“Handsome Jake” P-O-P Giclee

 

 

Jan consulted with a highly imaginative CreativeAging Palm Beach-based Visual Artist and Gallery Owner, Sheila Payne, and an open-minded Pet Industry local businessman, Lincoln Baker to bring the public The “Cat’s Meow and ARF Art”. 

 

 

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“Wiley” P-O-P Anniversary Gift for Kacey and Alec

 

 

 

Jan tells us, “POSH PET HOTELIER (PPH) Lincoln Baker, his wife Stacey and Artist/Gallerist Shelia Payne for “going to the dogs, and for being the cat’s meow,” in a “paws-a-tively” entrepreneurial style. When the Bakers and Payne embraced the suggestion to integrate Visual Arts (making and appreciating) into their business models, we combined our goals with unique Visual Arts products for a timely collaboration that launched a seasonal sales offering that celebrates National Arts and Humanities Month, and National Cat Day, upcoming October 29th”.

 

 Who let the dogs in?

 

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 “The Dog Walker” at PPH reception area

 

“A smARTistic Poodle, whose business it is to walk small fiberglass pooches, depicts Sheila’s hyper stylistic pet-specific style. Payne’s whimsical art prompts miles of smiles from PPH’s pet-loving-artsy-appreciating human clients and staff. Payne’s sculpture is a key artistic that augments PPH’s service-based business. The sculpture enhances the reception decor, which also includes a hand-crafted feline tower, designed by Stacey Baker’s dad, which is for sale”.

Posh Pet Hotel:

6710 South Dixie Highway,    West Palm Beach, FL 33405

 561.225.1559   Fax: 561.828.3750
Email: info@poshpethotel.com

 

 

 

Sheila Payne Gallery

261 South Ocean Blvd.    Manalapan, FL 33462

561.588.9765

 

 

 

 

Bring Some

P – O  – P

Into Your Life!

 

 

As a loving Maltese-mom and PPH client, Jan collaborates with PPH to bring Stein’s one-of-a-kind giclee (digital photo, transfer on canvas) artist-quality print product that is known as “Paint-on-Picture/P-O-P.” Jan takes clients’ digital images and transforms a plain printed picture into a canvas print that POPS with paint. PPH is currently displaying a framed P-O-P sample that represents the meticulous work of a Graphic Art-Print Master, a Fine Art painter and framing professionals.  

 

 

 

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Close-up of P-O-P Giclee

 

 

Jan Stein offers personalized service to make sure that your photos receive the proper care necessary to make them family heirlooms.  Jan shares, “I feel strongly about artistic integrity and quality materials. My artist team makes your plain picture POP!… this is the difference…it is not plain, not banal, not boring”.

 

 

 

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Family Photos P-O-P!

 

 

How Does It Work?

 

 

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1. Clients send me their high resolution digital files  emaginate@gmail.com their (any subject…wedding, kids, pets; nature/travel; memorial, etc). If you have a hard copy, traditional photo,  it will be scanned scanned and digitized

 
2. Our print master reviews your file(s) in order to qualify clarity, contrast and color saturation.

 3. Once qualified as a clear image, if there are color corrections needed, backgrounds modified, stuff removed, or if hairs flying that you want removed, etc., our print master and I will consult with you before moving forward. 

 4. Our print master uses professional EPSON equipment with liquid ink to print your image on a poly-cotton quality art canvas.
 5. After it has dried, your giclee is sent to one of our professional artists.

6. This is where the magic happens….the canvas is stretched by hand, over wooden stretcher bars that are built by hand…using art brushes and acrylic paints, our Visual Art professional hand paints accents on the canvas surface.  This artist will add accents/highlights, but does not alter faces, or the main picture. Additions of embellishments and texture remain true to YOUR picture.

 7. 16″ x 20″ (horizontal/or vertical) is $600.00 plus tax plus Fed Ex cardboard art container and shipping/insurance. (Cost to ship is based on zip codes within Florida are approximately $40-60).

 8. Turn around time (considering printing, mailing, painting, clear coat drying, framing, shipping is 2-3 weeks, during holiday season).  Larger dimensions are available and options such as having the artist paint accents or only having clear coat are possible and will priced accordingly.

9. We use Golden brand Acrylic paints, which don’t fade, crack, peal or yellow and a Protective Clear Coat, which is applied by hand.  This helps with UV exposure, but we suggest you do not keep any artwork in sun light.  Gloss or semi-gloss are options.  Frame: Basic white or black wood with a decorative thin silver outline. 

10. Your artwork is installation ready: easy to hang, with “d” rings and coated wire. You’ll need a 15 lb hook.

 

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“Gigi” P-O-P Giclee

 

 

 

For more information please visit:

www.janstein.com

or contact Jan Stein   E*maginate, L.L.C.

Creativity Consulting/Cultural MEDIA Advocacy & Founder (501 C 3) Creative Legacy Archives

Tel 813 928 5223

 

 

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Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

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Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

25th Annual Delray Beach Festival of the Arts Features Free Art Giveaway and More

The Delray Beach Festival of the Arts celebrates it’s 25th Anniversary this year, when it returns January 18 – 19, 2014.  Art enthusiasts will have the opportunity to register to win the free art giveaway featuring the work of Delray Beach resident and watercolor artist Pat Kaufman.  The 28”x40” framed Gicleé of the watercolor painting titled “Cottages of South Swinton Avenue” will be on display in Pat’s booth where registration will also take place.  No purchase is necessary to participate and the winner will be announced on Sunday at 4:00 p.m.  The Rickie Report is pleased to share the details in this article.  Kudos to Pat, whom we’ve written about in previous articles!

 

 

 

25th Anniversary

 

 

Downtown Delray Beach Festival of the Arts

 

January 18 – 19, Saturday & Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm

 

Atlantic Avenue in Downtown Delray Beach (US-I across the Intercoastal Bridge to AIA)

Navigational address:  1111 East Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33483

Support the Arts and the Local Community

Free and open to the public

 

 

   

One mile of Atlantic Avenue in Downtown Delray Beach, starting at US 1 and continuing east over the Intracoastal Waterway to A1A and the Atlantic Ocean, will be transformed into an outdoor art gallery with original artwork and affordable gift items by more than 300 artists from the U.S.   Enjoy eclectic art displays, live music and a free art giveaway from Pat Kaufman of Delray Beach. Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.   This event is free to the public.

 

 

 

Festival promoter Howard Alan Events is thrilled to announce this Downtown Delray Beach Festival of the Arts, has been ranked the 65th top art fair in the United States by Sunshine Artist, the nation’s leading publication for art and craft shows.   “This is a wildly popular event,” says festival promoter Howard Alan.  “It truly is a wonderful honor and distinction as it was selected from among more than 10,000 festivals in the country.”

 

 

 

"Cottages  South Swinton Avenue" by Pat Kaufman

“Cottages South Swinton Avenue” by Pat Kaufman

 

 

The show will celebrate it’s 25th Anniversary this year, when it returns January 18 – 19, 2014.  Art enthusiasts will have the opportunity to register to win the free art giveaway featuring the work of Delray Beach resident and watercolor artist Pat Kaufman.  The 28”x40” framed Gicleé of the watercolor painting titled “Cottages of South Swinton Avenue” will be on display in Pat’s booth where registration will also take place.  No purchase is necessary to participate and the winner will be announced on Sunday at 4:00 p.m.  Visit Pat’s website to learn more about her work and explore her online gallery.

 

Festival Information At – A -Glance:

 

  • Juried gallery style outdoor art showcase
  • Consistently ranked among top 100 fine art shows in the country by Sunshine Artist magazine
  • Largest art affair in South Florida spanning one mile of Atlantic Avenue in Downtown Delray Beach
  • Original Art – Handmade in America
  • 300 artists from 30 different states
  • Prices set to suit all budgets – ranging from as little as $25 to $30,000
  • Artists hand-selected by independent panel of expert judges from hundreds of applicants
  • All artists on site for duration of festival
  • Vast array of artistic media including paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramics, glass, wood, handmade jewelry, collage, mixed media

 

 

Free Art Giveaway:  28” x 40” framed Gicleé of watercolor painting titled “Cottages of South Swinton Avenue” by Delray Beach resident and exhibitor Pat Kaufman.  Pat has painted many of the wonderful homes in Delray along with many historic buildings.  She enjoys doing commission paintings as well.   Pat offers watercolor classes on Tuesdays  from 1-4 and 6-9.  Reservations are needed.  Pat’s studio/gallery “Tropical Watercolors” is located in Artists’ Alley.

Visit Pat’s website to learn more about her work   www.patkaufmanart.com

 

 

Meet Jeweler, Carol Adams

 

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Pendant by Carol Adams

Carol Adams has been a full time metal smith for the past 30 years.   She tells The Rickie Report, ” Self taught as a jeweler, I have a painting and sculpture background from my studies at The Art Institute of Chicago  (B.F.A. 1974).  All of my pieces are one of a kind and fabricated in precious metals”.  
Earrings by Carol Adams

Earrings by Carol Adams

Carol incorporates a variety of techniques including but not limited to forging, fusing, reticulation, chasing, and piercing.  She goes on to share, ” The work that you are viewing is not from a production studio.  It is fabricated by me from start to finish.  I have no helpers, assistants or apprentices.  In a world full of mass produced objects, I hope that you will find my work refreshing and exciting”.  

For more information contact Carol at www.caroladamsjewelry.com

 

 

Earrings by Carol Adams

Earrings by Carol Adams

 

About Howard Alan Events, Ltd.:

 

Howard Alan Events, a Florida-based company, develops and presents art and craft shows throughout the country. For the past 25 years, Howard Alan Events has produced some of the nation’s finest juried art shows, including more than 40 venues each year such as the Downtown Aspen Art Festival (Aspen, CO), Beaver Creek Art Festival (Beaver Creek, CO), Chicago Tribune North Michigan Avenue Art Festival (Chicago, IL), and the Las Olas Art Fairs, (Fort Lauderdale, FL). Several shows are ranked in the top 100 art fairs in the country by Sunshine Artist magazine. The founders personally select culture rich cities for their show locations providing a complete outdoor experience unmatched by other festivals. Each show is unique and features works of both established and emerging artists.

 

 

For additional information on the 25th Anniversary Downtown Delray Beach Festival of the Arts and other Howard Alan Events art and craft shows across the country, visit www.artfestival.com or call 561-746-6615.

 

 

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Harold Silvers Exhibits at Lake Worth Art League!

 You may have seen Harold Silvers’ pointillism designs in the windows of Cartier Jewelers or Bonwit Teller. Now you can see what he has been creating since leaving the graphic art world.  Harold will be exhibiting his work at the Lake Worth Art League and The Rickie Report hopes you will stop by!  More details about the November event are in this article.

 

 

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The Lake Worth Art League

Presents

Art by Harold Silvers

Friday, November 15th

Public Reception

6 – 9 pm

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Harold Silvers moved to Southern Florida three years ago and has gone back to his roots as an artist.   He graduated from NYC Community College for Commercial Art and Parsons School of Design for Graphic Design.  Harold has used ink with a rapidograph pen, magic marker, stencils and air brush techniques as well as computer aided design.
"Carnival"

“Carnival”

Harold describes these pointillism designs as “having to do with Nature, Time, Space and Infinity.”  Previous to his move to Florida, he produced window displays for Cartier Jewelers & Bonwit Teller.
"Space"

“Space”

The Lake Worth Art League is showing an exhibit of Harold’s artwork.   He tells The Rickie Report, “I started pointillism in my college days, and decided that I should get back to doing it again, being retired.”
"Wave"

“Wave”

Harold explains that he makes each design one dot at a time.  He says, ” One has to have a certain mind set to do this kind of stuff.  I usually have a concept of how I want the design to look before I start… Sometimes I let the dots take me for the ride.”
"Green Onion"

“Green Onion”

Harold offers prints on paper from 6 x 9, and Giclees on canvas up to 30 x 45.  He can also make color variations of the design.  Harold makes the highest quality Giclee’s.  At times, he might show one of his designs completed on transparent film with a light behind it.

For more information about this exhibit or Harold Silvers’ artowork, please  hjsgraphicdesign@gmail.com   or through the Lake Worth Art League

The Rickie Report hopes that people will come out to support the Lake Worth Art League so it can continue to offer art classes from beginners to the experienced artist, lectures and demonstrations of different techniques and subject matter.   The LWAL undertakes projects for the City of Lake Worth, such as the mural project at the municipal swimming pool.  The group also sponsors outdoor art shows by its members.

 

The Lake Worth Art League (LWAL) was founded in 1941.  It is a nonprofit 501C[3] educational organization to further the study and development of art and enhance the cultural life of its members in the Lake Worth and surrounding Communities.

For more information about the Lake Worth Art League, please contact  Tara Maule, President 561- 586-4271  or  info@lwartleague.org  or   Bonnie Wilburn,Vice- President 561- 242-9005  at artibonni@gmail.com or visit the Lake Worth Art League’s website at:  www.lwartleague.org 

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

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561-537-0291

Greet 2013 With Fabulous Offerings by Artisans and Artists in Delray Beach

Before the ball has dropped in Times Square you need stretch your legs!  Walking through the 6th Annual Downtown Delray Beach New Year’s Weekend Art Festival organized by Howard Alan will offer you an abundance of artists and artisans showing their creations.  The Rickie Report understands that there are many outdoor events during “season”, but this one is special.  Most likely, you have seen Jennifer Ardolino’s artwork in a hotel or spa.  Check out this prolific artist, who paints Floridian scenes in Deco, Traditional and Abstract styles!

  

6th Annual Downtown Delray Beach New Years Weekend Art Festival

 DELRAY BEACH BRINGS IN NEW YEAR WITH FABULOUS CRAFT FESTIVAL

Vast Array of Unique & Affordable Crafts Handmade in the USA

 Saturday December 29 – Sunday December 30

10:00 am – 5:00 pm

 4th Avenue & Atlantic Avenue

Free and open to the public

 

One hundred fifty leading crafters from the US will line 4th Avenue & Atlantic Avenue in downtown Delray Beach with their professional booths displaying original handmade affordable crafts and gift items. The artistic media include folk art, pottery, handmade jewelry, wall hangings, ceramics, paintings, personalized gifts, handmade clothing, scented soaps and body products.  One of those artists is Jennifer Ardolino.

 

Jennifer Ardolino sees art in many things and has a magical way of transforming what she sees into vivid, wonderfully colored images that transport the viewer into the scenes. The rich palette of the tropics and the beauty of nature have provided Jennifer with an endless variety of vibrant subjects. Her chosen media extend from the supple natural beauty of watercolorsto the strong vivid colors of acrylics.


A Native of South Florida, Jennifer’s painting have always reflected her surroundings. Ranging from the vividly colored tropical manicured landscapes of South Florida where she grew up, to the wild unspoiled natural beauty of a remote island preserve where she now lives, to the tropical Caribbean where she has sailed to and visited many times.


Jennifer self publishes all her own artwork, her many years of training and experience as a successful graphic designer have given her the skills and expertise to produce all of her own Giclee prints. This allows her to enjoy ultimate control over the quality and artistic content in each and every print she produces. Her paintings and Giclee prints are the ultimate blend of nature, art, color and state of the art technology.

A graduate of Colorado’s Institute of Art, Ardolino’s work has gained national and international acclaim, earning her numerous awards on the art show circuit. Her artwork can be found in galleries in Florida as well as at Caribbean hotels, corporations and private collections including: Sandal’s Resort, St. Croix , Paradise Island, Nassau , Doral Resort, Miami Beach , Doral Resort, Miami; Hyatt, Miami Lakes.

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Collections: Sandal’s Resort, St. Croix Paradise Island, Nassau Doral Resort, Miami Beach Doral Resort, Miami Hyatt, Miami Lakes Shows & Awards: Banyan Festival – Poster Artist – 1996 Coconut Grove Artist of the Year 1996 – “Coconut Grover” Newspaper Shrimp Festival – Fernandina Beach – Isle of Eight Flags Award 1998 Shrimp Festival – Fernandina Beach – Isle of Eight Flags Award 1999 Homosassa Seafood, Arts and Craft Festival – Second Place 1999 Festival of the Arts – Inverness – Award of Merit 1999 Key Biscayne Art Festival – Best in Category 2000 Shrimp Festival – Fernandina Beach – Isle of Eight Flags Award 2000 Meet Me Downtown – Boca Raton – 2nd Place Watercolor 2001 Shrimp Festival – Fernandina Beach – 2nd Place Watercolor 2001 Key Biscayne Art Festival -2002 – Best in Category 2002 Key Biscayne Art Festival – 2003 – Merit Award

 

 

Galleries representing Jennifer include: Kathleen Longley Coconut Grove Gallery Artist Representative 2790 Bird Avenue 3625 SE 1st St Coconut Grove, Florida 33133 Boynton Beach, Florida (305)445-7401 (561) 733-8732;  Hi-Tec Graphics Studio 100 4600 SW 71 Ave. 100 SE 1st St. Miami, FL 33155 Boca Raton, Florida 33432 (305) 663-1127 (561) 392-0745; Ann’s Framing Gallery  Calusa Gallery 2172 Gulf Gate Drive 2460 Vanderbilt Beach Rd, Suite 404 Sarasota, Florida 34231 Naples. FL 34109 (941) 923-3704 (941) 594-3888; Designs Art & Framing Frame Designs 1303-D1 SE 17th St. Cswy 1681 SE Hwy 19 Southport Shopping Center Crystal River, Florida 34429 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33316 (352) 795-5131 (954) 832-918 and Cottage Framer Earth-Star Designs 1910 NW Hwy 19 10849 W Yulee Dr. Crystal River, Florida Homosassa, FL 34448 (352) 795-5596 (352) 621-0166. To reach Jennifer: (352) 563-6477 ~ Fax: (352) 795-6783  or Email: jennifer@jaart.com 

To ensure a superior event with quality affordable original crafts, all of the local and national crafters have been hand-selected from hundreds of applicants by American Craft Endeavors, producers of the top outdoor craft festivals in the country.  American Craft Endeavors (ACE) produces some of the nation’s most exciting high-end juried craft shows in many of Florida’s vibrant downtown areas and popular tourist destinations including the Lauderdale by the Sea Craft Festival (Fort Lauderdale, FL), the Holiday Craft Festival on the Ocean (Jupiter/Juno Beach, FL), the Downtown Stuart Craft Fairs (Stuart, FL), the Siesta Fiesta Craft Festival (Sarasota, FL) and the Downtown Sarasota Craft Festivals (Sarasota, FL) among others. The group’s founders personally select unique, culture rich cities for their show locations providing a complete outdoor experience unmatched by other festivals.  All crafters are hand-selected from hundreds of applicants in order to ensure a superior event featuring diverse art media and the highest quality of original handmade crafts.

Whether you are a craft enthusiast or looking for distinctive, original gifts, there is something for everyone. This outdoor family friendly event allows the public to support the arts, the crafters as well as the local community in a fabulous setting. A full spectrum of craft art media will be on display and for sale including folk art, pottery, handmade jewelry, wall hangings, ceramics, paintings, personalized gifts, handmade clothing, scented soaps and body products with prices ranging from as little as $3 to $3,000. A portion of the proceeds benefits the Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority. For more information:  www.artfestival.com – 561-746-6615.

 

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

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Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

What is a Giclee? By Guest Writer, Trina Slade-Burks

The Rickie Report often receives questions about art mediums and terms.  We asked Trina Burks of A.T.B. Fine Artists & Designers LLC to be a contributing writer for this article.  What is a giclee (gee-clay)?

“Tunnels” by Trina Slade-Burks; Graphite & Colored Pencil. In the Alexi Figueroa Collection

 

A.T.B. Fine Artists & Designers LLC (originally A.T.B.Burks; Graphic Designer) was founded by the husband & wife artist team of Anthony & Trina Burks in April 1992.  The company primarily created corporate identities and fine art.  Over the last 20 years , A.T.B has provided a wider range of art services including design work in layout & signage, private art projects, managing art and music careers, teaching arts in education and hosting art shows.

 

“Rinsing Off” Giclee, Artist Unknown

Now, fine art printers can be added to their repertoire!  With 23 years of signage & design experience plus 10 years of digital experience, it only made sense for this team to provide a service to artists by artists in this somewhat competitive arena of the printing and art world: Giclee printing.

 

Lithograph “Hand Reflecting Sphere” by M.C. Escher

Is a giclee the same as a lithograph?  

Many have asked  this question over the years.  The answer to that is they are very different.  A lithograph is a fine art print that is an older process using a series of plates with four colors. The first print will be more accurate to the original art work than the last image. This is because often the yellow ink will fade sooner because of this continuous printing process.   This is only cost effective when producing 100 or more prints.  Physical storage of the plates is also necessary.  Salvador Dali, Marc Chagall, and Andy Warhol not only created lithographs but then hand colored them, adding to their value.
Giclees are also fine art prints that are produced on IRIS printers which were invented in the late 1980’s. The word “giclee” is based on the French word “gicler” which means “to spray”.  The prints are now produced by inkjet printers and do require a little more print time to produce, however the quality to the original work is much more likely to be exact.  To increase the value of a digital print, many artists go back and add touches of paint or pencil.  Dating and signing a giclee adds distinction and selling a limited edition with documentation adds to its worth.

 

“Florida Panther” by Tony Burks from The Endangered Species Exhibit 2012, Mixed media

 

Most times those who produce giclees can print on an as-needed basis for clients because no plates are produced or stored and the images are stored to the accurate tones needed.  A.T.B can also stay competitive because they are a home based business, so there is little over head.  This is a great opportunity for an artist-based company to provide a service to other fellow artists and fully understand the need they are fulfilling.

 

 

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