Jim Campbell Is Featured Artist At Spanish River Gallery

Well-known artist, Jim Campbell, will be showing his oil paintings and acrylic paintings in the Friends Art Gallery at the Spanish River Library in Boca Raton. This collection will include favorites from his travels abroad and some still-life compositions completed in his studio.  This Free Exhibit is Open to The Public during regular hours from May 8th through June 25th.  The Rickie Report shares some sneak peeks and the details.

 

 

 

 

 

Fine  Art  by  Jim  Campbell

 

 

May 8 – June 25, 2016

 

 

Friends Art Gallery

Spanish River Library & Community Center

bocalibraryfriends.org

1501 NW Spanish River Blvd.      Boca Raton, FL 33431

561.393.7852

Free Event

 

 

Hours:

Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Friday & Saturday 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Sunday noon – 6:00 p.m.

 

JimCampbellItalia 22 x 28 Acrylic

“Italia” By Jim Campbell

 

 

 

 

A World War II Army veteran, Jim used the GI Bill to attend the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. He graduated in 1953 and embarked upon a 30-year career as an interior decorator.  He was also a classical music radio announcer and a travel tour manager. Jim went to night school to study languages and is fluent in conversational French, German, Italian, and Spanish.

 

 

 

JimCampbellMostar Bridge II 24 x 30 Oil

“Mostar Bridge II” by Jim Campbell

 

 

 

Jim is a member of the Boca Raton Museum of Art and a former member of the Delray Art League, where he served three years as Membership Committee Chair. He is a former member of the Boca Museum Artists’ Guild, the Lake Worth Art League and the Naples Art League.

 

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“Chinese Painting” by Jim Campbell

 

 

 

 

Jim Campbell tells The Rickie Report, “Although I have done many things in my life, painting is my passion”! Jim’s style is colorful, somewhat impressionistic and reflects old world charm.

 

 

 

JimCampbellWhat a View 20 x 24 Acrylic

“What A View” by Jim Campbell

 

 

As a result of his worldwide travels and painting “on the go,” Jim’s paintings are hanging in private homes and businesses all over the world. He has had several one-man exhibitions at the former Governors Club in West Palm Beach, Boca Raton City Hall, Science of the Mind, Sugar Sand Park Community Center, The Harid Conservatory, James A. Rutherford Community Center and the Delray Beach Library.

 

 

JimCampbellPewter Plate 18 x 24 Acrylic

“Pewter Plate” by Jim Campbell

 

 

 

 

He has also participated in various juried shows with the Boca Raton Artists’ Guild, WITVA, NLAPW and the Delray Art League.  Jim also has two paintings on permanent display at the Boca Raton Regional Hospital – one in the Lynn Women’s Health & Wellness Institute and one in the Lynn Cancer Institute.

 

JimCampbellMoulin Rouge 24 x 24 Oil

“Moulin Rouge” by Jim Campbell

 

 

For more information about Fine Art by Jim Campbell
561-213-5307 (Cell)  Jim471927@gmail.com

To see more of Jim’s paintings
Visit  www.fineartamerica.com   Click on “Artist”

 

 

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Dawn Evans’ Art Literally Can Fill A Room! You’re invited To A Special Reception At Cafe Toscano

Dawn Evans has transformed Cafe Toscano with five murals to make you feel like you are dining in Tuscany while enjoying a glass of wine and dinner!  As you enter, the “Wine Cellar” beckons you to sit and relax. The middle dining room is given special attention by a large golden mirror accented by two floral and vase murals. “The Vineyard” creates an ambiance, as you look out from a balcony onto an expansive vineyard, villa, then to the distant mountains and sky. These Impressionistic landscapes bring Italy to Cafe Toscano – and to you!  Cafe Toscano invites you to a Free Opening Reception to celebrate Dawn’s achievements.  The Rickie Report shares the details and urges you to RSVP. Free refreshments and food will be served.

 

 

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Free, Opening Reception  

Wednesday, March 23rd

5 – 7 pm

 

RSVP: 

Anna at Cafe Toscano    561-951-2550

or Dawn   561-762-2532

 

 

721 Village Boulevard  #107E  

    West Palm Beach, FL 33409

 

 

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Wine Cellar” 23′ x10′, mural

In this wine, dessert and coffee cafe area it feels as if you are looking into a wine cellar in the next room. From viewing the wall straight on, in the center you will see the exact location of the wine barrels. The illusion created is that from entering from either side, the angle turns towards you …and you can walk right in!

 

 

 

 

 

An Impressionistic landscape artist, Dawn Evans has painted exteriors of buildings, interior walls, niches, ceilings and entire rooms for businesses and residences. Her passion to paint is to capture the crisp, bright colors and light of nature: from tropical beaches and oceans, to vineyards in Tuscany, to a field of flowers or to a mountain peak.

 

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Wine Cellar Detail

 

 

Over 20 years of education and experience enables Dawn to work in ANY style necessary to create custom designs for her clients. A professional creative service transforming a once blank space into a new personal environment. This is TRUE art from a conceptional sketch to a completed project.

 

 

 

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“Toscano Vineyard”, 28′ x 10′ mural

 

The concept is to create an atmosphere that you are on a balcony overlooking a villa and vineyard. The distant mountains, the rolling hills, a villa, the contrast of the white balusters and red poppy fields are typical of Tuscany.

 

 

Dawn has brought everything from convincing faux finishing to whimsical murals for children’s rooms to trompe l’oeil murals nation-wide. Travel for on-site work or shipping art is always available . Many clients along the way have become great friends and the artist feels it is truly a blessing to share her gift.

 

 

 

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“Duomo” 6′ x 3′, mural

 

The heart of the Florence,Italy is the largest marble church, the Duomo, shown here with a cloudy sky and distant mountains.

 

 

 

With over 20 years in the business, any style of art and any size can be created to meet the needs of the client. Dawn Evans Art specializes in large scenic murals. Painting an entire room or building has a massive effect on a once-blank space. Other popular murals styles include ocean, gardens, faux finishes, faux marble, children’ themes, to name a few. Custom canvas paintings may be also be commissioned.
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“Venice Vase and Floral” 3′ x 9′ mural

This is one of the two murals painted to accent the side areas of the large mirror. The vase itself is painted with scenery typical of Venice, including a gondola, the cathedral and a floral arrangement.

 

 

 

 

For more information please visit:  dawnevansart.com

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/artbydawn

 

 

 

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Patricia Maguire’s SOLO Exhibit at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County

Patricia (Pati) Maguire has been drawing and painting all of her life.  Whether viewing her plein air paintings, international landscapes, figures, portraits or still life creations, one can feel Pati’s sensitivity and sense of being “at one” with her subject matter.  As she says,  “Sometimes, even when my hands are still, I am painting in my mind. I see the world through the prism of light and shapes.”  Everyone will have an opportunity to view her work during a SOLO Exhibition at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County’s Lawrence A. Sanders Foundation Artist Resource Center.  The Opening Reception is open to the public and the exhibit continues through November 15th.  The Rickie Report shares the details here.

 

 

 

Patricia Maguire

SOLO Exhibition

Opening Reception

 Saturday,  October 18th

 

3:00 – 5:00 pm

Refreshments will be served

Exhibit Continues through November 15, 2014

Tuesday through Saturday, 10AM to 5PM

 

Cultural Council of Palm Beach County

601 Lake Avenue

Lake Worth, FL 33460
561.471.2901
www.palmbeachculture.com

"All Together" by Patricia Maguire

“All Together” by Patricia Maguire

 

 

 

Patricia Maguire’s view is that,” Art is nature as seen through the filter of emotions.”  She explains to The Rickie Report, ” I have been drawing and painting all my life. Sometimes, even when my hands are still, I am painting in my mind. I see the world through the prism of light and shapes.  I have not chosen to paint, rather it has chosen me, and I feel it is something I must do.”

 

"View from Ponte Vecchio Three" by Patricia Maguire

“View from Ponte Vecchio”  by Patricia Maguire

 

 

“My formative years were spent in big cities, with lots of access to museums, galleries and schools, but I have chosen to be closer to nature in the last decades. I live on the water, and escape to the mountains. I hope this love of our natural world communicates itself to you in my work. I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and spent years in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and Caracas, Venezuela. I have now lived in Florida, USA, for the past decades. Each country has left footprints,” she shares.

 

 

"Deceptively Calm" by Patricia Maguire

“Deceptively Calm” by Patricia Maguire

 

 

 

Her formal art education began at Skidmore College, in Saratoga Springs, New York, where Pati earned a Bachelor of Science in Studio Art and continued with some Master level classes at Syracuse University. She holds an MBA from FAU.  ” My work has been exhibited at the Boca Raton Museum of Art, the Coral Springs Museum of Art, The Cornell Museum in Delray Beach  and other art venues throughout South Florida. My paintings presently hang in galleries in Delray Beach, Fort Lauderdale , New York, Bufflao,and  Port Jefferson, as well as in private and corporate collections in Brazil, Venezuela, Canada and throughout the USA.”

 

 

"Green Shadows" by Patricia Maguire

“Green Shadows” by Patricia Maguire

Pati teaches painting at the Delray Beach Center For The Arts and is a Signature Member of the Artists Guild of the Boca Raton Museum of Art, the Delray Art League, Plein Air Palm Beach Painters, The American Society of Impressionist Painters and is the founder  of the Florida ‘Scape Artists.  

 

 

"Welcome to the Jungle" by Patricia Maguire

“Welcome to the Jungle” by Patricia Maguire

 

 

Her recent exhibition highlights are acceptance into Art Expo New York 2013, Red Dot Miami 2012 and The Boca Raton Museum of Art Artists’ Guild Biennial Show 2011, and solo exhibitions in Boca Raton and Lake Worth, Florida.  In addition, Pati’s work has been featured in national magazines and books. When not on location, she paints out of her studio in Delray Beach.

 

"Kayaks For Rent" by Patricia Maguire

“Kayaks For Rent” by Patricia Maguire

 

 

For more information about Patricia Maguire’s artwork, please visit:

www.patimaguire.com
www.facebook.com/patimaguirespaintings.com
www.patricia-maguire.artistwebsites.com

Or

Email:   patimaguire@aol.com

 

 

 

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Pat Heydlauff’s Paintings Exhibiting at Eissey Campus Theatre

Whether you are planning to attend a performance at the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens or not, The Rickie Report urges you to stop by and see the inspiring and moving paintings by Pat Heydlauff.  Art lovers describe Pat’s art work as “spiritual, evocative and thought-provoking.”  We see a woman who is a talented author, personal advisor  and corporate consultant sharing that creativity through her painting.  More details about the exhibit are in this article.

Eissey Campus Theatre

Palm Beach State College in Palm Beach Gardens

Presents

An Exhibit of Acrylic Paintings

by Pat Heydlauff

 

 Eissey Campus Theatre Lobby Gallery

December 6 – January 15

 

 11051 Campus Drive off PGA Blvd

 

The Palm Beach State College, Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens announces an exhibit of thought provoking and inspiring acrylic paintings by Pat Heydlauff. The exhibit runs December 6th – January 15th. The Lobby Gallery is open Mon – Fri from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and at all performances (closed Dec 20th– Jan 1st). Call for (561) 207-5905 for further information.

 

 

"Maui Waves"

“Maui Waves”

 

Much of Heydlauff’s art is either spiritual or impressionistic.  It is art with a message. Her spiritual works are thought-provoking, evocative and inspiring. She uses these elements to incorporate inspirations, balance and harmony into everyday lives. Most viewers see something new each time they view her work. And many people have purchased her art for the express purpose of bringing balance and harmony to their homes.

 

 

Pat Heydlauff’s spiritual art is meant to take the viewer on a visual journey that ends up as a personal journey, as well, holding up a world of possibilities that the viewer may have never considered before. With lush color and tranquil movement, it’s designed to evoke a sense of peace and joy in the viewer. Her spiritual artwork and verse are featured in her new book, The Way We Go, Your Roadmap to a Better Future

 

"Dreaming"

“Dreaming”

 

Pat Heydlauff was asked by the prestigious Saatchi Gallery of London to exhibit her artwork in their online gallery. And her spiritual piece called “Ascension” was chosen for publication in the “Best of Florida Artists and Artisans”, 2006.

 

 

Heydlauff has exhibited at a variety of galleries and shows, among them the Juanita K. Hammons Performing Arts Center, (Juried Show), Springfield, MO; the Jupiter Town Hall Gallery of Art, the Friends of the Arts, Juno Beach, FL and the Eissey Theater Gallery at PBCC, Palm Beach Gardens. Her paintings are also displayed in such diverse places as the City Hall of Branson, MO, and the home of actress Barbara Billingsley.

 

"Purple Velvet Iris"

“Purple Velvet Iris”

Pat Heydlauff, a Florida resident, is much more than just an artist. She’s a widely-published writer, author of two books, Feng Shui So Easy a Child Can Do It and Selling Your Home with a Competitive Edge. She’s a noted leadership and productivity speaker and consults with businesses, organizations and individuals on how to create engaging workplace environments to unleash the flow of focus and personal environments to increase prosperity.

 

 

Pat tells The Rickie Report, “Painting is the physical expression of my spiritual being. It is the positive “flow” that starts in my heart and travels to my hands…and continues onto a two-dimensional canvas projecting three-dimensional energy… Painting is the physical manifestation of my spiritual being. It is the flow of energy through paint onto a two dimensional canvas projecting three dimensional energy. I endeavor to convey a vital energy through sight with color and design. My inspirational and mainstream artwork can be placed in areas of the home and office to create an environment with balance, harmony and a flow of energy which enriches the viewer. “

 

"Balanced Love"

“Balanced Love”

 

Pat discovered her love for painting in 1993 as she was transitioning out of a stress filled career and exploring her creative side. As a colorist, she painted lively, vibrant mainstream artwork consisting of landscapes, florals and still-lifes.  Through painting she noticed that her life was becoming balanced, and filled with harmony instead of stress.   She  shares, “Painting allowed me to discover my spiritual nature and peace within and lead me to paint in a stream of consciousness flowing with energy. This flow of consciousness energy is visible in my recent “art with a message” canvas work where you can always find hope, peace and joy in the subject matter and every brush stroke.”

 

"Sunset's Afterglow"

“Sunset’s Afterglow”

 

 

Pat believes that in our world today with cement cities, sound pollution and isolated environments, it is difficult to find a place of peace and harmony.  She says, “The colors and design of my art allow the viewer to escape into a peaceful place and find a glimpse of harmony within or inspiration leading to a better tomorrow.”

 

For more information about Pat Heydlauff, IOM  Speaker, Consultant and Author  please visit:

Spiritual Artwork

info@spiritualartwork.net

www.spiritualartwork.net

561 744-2666   phone

561 745-3871    fax

Energy Design

balancingenergy@energy-by-design.com

www.energy-by-design.com

Engage to Lead

pat@engagetolead.com

www.engagetolead.com

 

 

 

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561-537-0291

 

Manon Sander Shares Inspired Impressions of Florida With Passion

Manon Sander paints everyday scenes with brush strokes that impress the viewer. Her wonder of nature has inspired her work since her childhood.  The Rickie Report hopes you will see Manon’s work and meet her on December 14th at the Juno Beach Town Center sponsored by the Friends of the Arts of Juno Beach.  You will have another opportunity to see her work and meet her when she does a two-woman show at the Palm Beach Cultural Council in the Spring, 2013.

 

 

Juno Beach Friends of The Arts

Juno Beach Town Center

 Oil Paintings by Manon Sander

 

 Juno Beach Town Center, 340 Ocean Drive, Juno Beach

 

 Show runs from December 12, 2012 – February 5, 2012

Artist reception – December 14th

5:30-7:00pm

   light refreshments

 

The Circle of Life

Born in West Berlin, Germany, Manon grew up in Berlin and Bavaria. Being exposed to the best of both worlds led to Manon’s appreciation for a metropolitan city’s cultural riches but also to her intimate connection with the outdoors of  Bavaria’s beautiful lakes, mountains and quaint little villages. Her childhood days were mostly spent either drawing and painting or roaming around outside. Manon’s parents instilled the importance of never losing one’s sense of wonder to nature’s beauty.  It is easy for us to see how this translates into Manon’s attention to details.  She truly finds inspiration where ever she goes!

 

“Afterglow”

She tells The Rickie Report, “Creating art to this day never feels like a pastime but like a necessity”.  After moving to Chicago in her late twenties as a newly wed, Manon pursued her love of painting with a successful business painting murals which are represented in numerous private homes and stores in Illinois, Michigan, Florida and California.

 

In 2006, being introduced to the work of well known California impressionist painters while living near San Francisco, Manon plunged herself into plein air oil painting, supplemented by studio work.   She says, “Living in Marin County provided a unique opportunity to study with the best and to finally combine my love of the outdoors with the portability of oil paints to create on the spot. Oils quickly became my favorite medium, allowing me to have an ongoing communication with my subject”.

“Catching Up”

 

Manon studied how to make a painting that combines rich texture and vivid color while capturing the expression of her subject and the impression it left on her. Over the course of several years she learned to simplify and to paint the big shapes before going into detail. Manon learned about her new medium and the importance of value, temperature, and design. She learned how to use technique while conveying what drew her to her subject in the first place.

In 2010  Manon and her family moved to North Palm Beach where she dipped right into painting the trademarks of a tropical setting which proves to provide her with a never-ending stream of inspiration and “an almost magnetic attraction to the ocean and its surroundings”, she says.

“Surf Camp”

Manon puts down her impressions in thick succulent oil paint,  applied with verve and a palette knife.  She describes her paintings as if we are reading a colorful novel,”…the sunlight that creates lavender shadows on the white clothing of people walking by the water’s edge deep in conversation; surfers and paddle boarders catching an aquamarine wave; boats at rest and on a journey; sea creatures and birds that call Florida their home, are among the countless things that get me so excited  that I can’t wait to get out my paints, easel, and big umbrella to capture them on canvas”!

 

“Morning After at the Square Grouper”

It is that happiness and love of life  Manon hopes to share with the viewer in paintings that reflect the color, light and joy that she is surrounded by and is always grateful for.  Manon’s paintings have been exhibited in numerous exhibitions in California and Florida, have won awards and are in private collections in the US and abroad.  

 

Locally she has exhibited at the Lighthouse ArtCenter.  We look forward to seeing Manon Sander’s work and our spirits are buoyed by her enthusiasm!  To reach Manon call: 415-606-7685, visit www.ManonDesigns.com or go to: www.facebook.com/ManonSanderArt

 

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