“The Landscape Of Light” Presents Internationally Acclaimed Artist, Hugh O’Neill At Next Artists Association Of Jupiter Exhibit

Noted European artist Hugh O’Neill is a modest man but his work speaks for itself in grand visual concertos of timeless skill.  The Artists Association of Jupiter invites you to meet Hugh and see his artistry, “The Landscape of Light” on  Wednesday, May 13th at a Unique Art Gallery in Jupiter.  A portion of the proceeds from sales of artwork will benefit Quantum House.  The Rickie Report applauds AAOJ for sharing Hugh’s treasures and always thinking of others.  The details are here for this must see exhibition and a chance to meet the artist who is considered by some as one of the best living artists in the world.

 

 

Artists Association of Jupiter

&

A Unique Art Gallery

Present:

“The Landscape of Light”

The Artistry of Hugh O’Neill,

The Master Of Color

 

Public Reception

Wednesday, May 13th

  5:30- 7:30pm

A Portion of Sales Benefits:

Quantum House

226 Center Street  Suite #8   Jupiter, FL 33458

561-529-2748

 

 

 

Hugh O’Neill, Master of Color, will show his work at an Exhibit at A Unique Art Gallery in Jupiter.  A Public Opening Reception will be held on Wednesday May 13, 2015 from 5:30-7:30 at A Unique Art Gallery, 226 Center St #8 in Jupiter. A portion of proceeds from sales of artwork created by Hugh O’Neill and the artists of AAOJ will benefit The Quantum House http://www.quantumhouse.org

 

 

"Four Views Tequesta Drive" by Hugh O'Neill

“Four Views Tequesta Drive” by Hugh O’Neill

 

 

Hugh O’Neill was born in Belfast, Ireland in 1959. He studied painting in Belfast Ireland from 1981-1985 spending some of that time studying in Nante and Paris, France. O’Neill’s approach to his oil painting is direct, bold and figurative. He is a visual musician who is forever searching for the ultimate melody on canvas, an artistic pioneer and a man who survived through brutal conflict growing up in war torn Northern Ireland. Hugh O’Neill has been a modest man all his life but his work speaks for itself in grand visual concertos of timeless skill. The poet of the day and the eyes of a truly gifted artist, he continues to work in silent hues of robust color for all to see. His work is alive and worth seeking out as its energy is best felt up close.

 

 

Hugh O’Neill owns a prominent place in art history, as an important modern master who has influenced countless others. Always ahead of his time, he first pioneered the En Plein Air teaching tradition into several leading art institutions including The Society of the Four Arts and the Lighthouse ArtCenter and Museum.  As one art writer once said, “Claude Monet himself would have admired the continued strength of O’Neill’s work”.  Hugh’s first U.S. one-man show on Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, in 1995 saw a complete sell out in the first night of the show, with collectors from New York to Paris.

 

"Lighthouse" by Hugh O'Neill

“Lighthouse” by Hugh O’Neill

 

This is a must see exhibition and a chance to meet the artist who is considered by some as one of the best living artists in the world. O’Neill’s work is represented in corporate, and gallery collections. Collectors of his work include former CEO of APPLE Computers,Bank of America (Palm Beach) and two former US Ambassadors.

 

 

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To contact Hugh O’Neill directly visit website:  www.oneillgalleries.com

 

Quantum House is a caring and supportive home that lessens the burden for families whose children are receiving treatment in Palm Beach County for a serious medical condition.  Quantum House opened its doors in May 2001 to families going through a most difficult time. The House continues to be where hope has a home® for more than 500 family members every year. The House is the only hospital hospitality house serving children and their families this way between Fort Lauderdale and Orlando, Florida. Over the years, the House has proudly served families from every state and nearly two dozen countries around the world. http://www.quantumhouse.org.

The Artists Association of Jupiter is a collaboration of artists who work together to promote the awareness of art and education to the community and surrounding counties. Its venue, A. Unique Art Gallery, opened its doors in June of 2010. Learn more about the organization, its artists and programs on the Association’s website: www.artistsassociationofjupiter.com

For more information on this event call or email the Gallery at 561-529-2748 or info@artistsassociationofjupiter.com

 

 

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“Multiple Perspectives” by Deborah Bigeleisen Will Exhibit at Adolph and Rose Levis JCC’s Nathan D. Rosen Museum Gallery

The Adolph and Rose Levis JCC’s Nathan D. Rosen Museum Gallery will exhibit the paintings of internationally renowned painter Deborah Bigeleisen from March 8 through April 30, 2015. The public is invited to the Opening Day Reception on Sunday, March 8th.  Ms. Bigeleisen will discuss her artwork and creative concepts at a special Artist Talk.  Though her paintings have been mentioned alongside Georgia O’Keefe, Bigeleisen brings a unique and distinctive 21st Century perspective to the floral genre. The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks of this Exhibition, which traces the evolution of an artist’s vision.

 

 

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Levis JCC in Boca Raton’s

 Nathan D. Rosen Museum Gallery

at the Phyllis & Harvey Sandler Center

Presents:

“MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES”

Paintings by Deborah Bigeleisen

Sunday, March 8th   

Opening Reception  1 -4 pm

Artist Talk  1:30 pm

Wednesday, March 25th

Ms. Bigeleisen will talk on

“The Art of Buying Art” on March 25 at 7:30 p.m.

The cost to attend is $10 for JCC members and $15 for non-members.

Exhibit Runs March 8th through May 15th

21050 95th Avenue South    Boca Raton, FL

 

 

 

Deborah Bigelsein and "Fractal"

Deborah Bigeleisen and “Fractal”

 

The Adolph and Rose Levis JCC’s Nathan D. Rosen Museum Gallery will exhibit the paintings of internationally renowned painter Deborah Bigeleisen from March 8 through May 15, 2015. The gallery is located at the Levis JCC’s Phyllis & Harvey Sandler Center for Jewish Life Enhancement at 21050 95th Avenue S. in Boca Raton. The public is invited to the Opening Day Reception from 1 to 4 pm on Sunday, March 8. At 1:30 pm, Ms. Bigeleisen will discuss her artwork and creative concepts at a special Artist Talk.

 

 

The title of the exhibition is “MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES: the Evolution of an Artist’s Vision” which traces the path of the artist’s focus from creating Rembrandt-like portraits of white roses to her more evocative contemporary views that are an abstracted fractal of the original floral form although still suggestive of its organic roots. Though her paintings have been mentioned alongside Georgia O’Keefe, Bigeleisen brings a unique and distinctive 21st Century perspective to the floral genre.

 

"Energy 3" by Deborah Bigeleisen

“Energy 3” by Deborah Bigeleisen

 

“I am thrilled to be partnering with the Rosen Museum Gallery at the Sandler Center for this exhibition. Because of the Jewish Community Center’s fine reputation and extensive reach, this is an ideal opportunity to connect with a very broad and diverse audience, including children whose exposure to fine art may be minimal,” she adds. “With both the exhibition and my opening day presentation on ‘The Evolution of an Artist’s Vision,’ I’d like to initiate a dialogue that is not only about looking at art with a new curiosity, but also about looking at the world around us with a fresh perspective.”

 

"Magic" by Deborah Bigeleisen

“Magic” by Deborah Bigeleisen

 

Bigeleisen hopes the MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES exhibition will encourage “everyone to take a pause from their every day routine, to shift the conversation from technology to creativity, and to discover the richness of art not only in our own backyard, but where ever we go.”

 

"Untitled" by Deborah Bigeleisen

“Untitled” by Deborah Bigeleisen

 

In addition to the free Artist’s Talk on March 8, Ms. Bigeleisen will also present a talk on “The Art of Buying Art” on March 25 at 7:30 p.m. The cost to attend is $10 for JCC members and $15 for non-members.

 

About Deborah Bigeleisen:

Flowers and nature have been the inspiration for Deborah Bigeleisen’s artistic expression since childhood, and are the common thread that weave through both her careers: first as a textile print designer and founder of her own global design company in NYC, and later as a fine artist which she began in 1998 upon moving to West Palm Beach, FL. In the early years of her painting career she was mentored by acclaimed technical master Sam Perry and guided by renowned visionary Gordon Parks. She also completed rigorous training through Master Artist Workshops.

 

Deborah Bigeleisen at the easel

Deborah Bigeleisen at the easel

 

From early on, Ms. Bigeleisen’s work gained the attention of fine art dealers across the U.S. from San Francisco and Austin to New York City and Southampton. Her paintings are collected worldwide both privately and publicly, enhancing the corporate collections of American Airlines, Beauté Therapies Inc., and LBC Design & Construction and more. Her paintings have been accepted into numerous museum exhibitions including the Society of the Four Arts, the Boca Raton Museum of Art, and the Williamsburg [Brooklyn, NY] Historical Center; have received awards in international competitions; and have graced the covers and interior pages of publications including Michael K. Corbin’s three part series “A Collector’s Journal,” Florida Design, New Art International, and Art & Antiques. In addition, her conceptual work in fractals has been published in the prestigious journal Science Creative Quarterly.

 

 

Ms. Bigeleisen’s paintings are sold through fine art galleries, and have been prominently exhibited in international Contemporary and Fine Art fairs including the Architectural Digest Home Design Show, ArtHamptons, the Chicago International Art Show, the LA Art Show, the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antique Show and the Shanghai Art Fair. For more information, please visit  www.deborahbigeleisen.com.

 

 

For more information about these exhibitions or other activities at the Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center 9801 Donna Klein Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33428 please visit: www.levisjcc.org or call 561-558-2520.

 

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Herman Schreiber: A Retrospective Shows “The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From the Tree”

Sometimes an old adage bears repeating.  “The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From the Tree” is a life lesson for the Schreiber family.  The Weisman Delray Community Center is happy to announce the opening of a solo exibition, Herman Schreiber: A Retrospective.  The show will run from June 30 until the end of August.  Herman Schreiber, an award-winning member of the Delray Art League, passed away in 1995.  Lorrie Turner, an accomplished artist and Weisman Center curator, made this exhibition possible with the help of his daughters.  Maxine Schreiber, an artist/writer and her sister Janet Schreiber, are proud to exhibit their father’s work.  An Opening Reception will take place on Sunday, July 13, 2014 at which time both daughters will be on hand to lead tours and answer questions about their dad’s masterful work. The public is welcome and The Rickie Report urges you to attend.

The Weisman Delray Community Center

Herman Schreiber: A Retrospective

Opening Reception:

 

Sunday, July 13, 2014

3:00 – 5:00 p.m

 

 

Exhibit runs June 30th until August 31st

 

 

7091 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida

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The Weisman Delray Community Center is happy to announce the opening of a solo exibition, Herman Schreiber: A Retrospective.  The show will run from June 30 until August 31, 2014 at 7091 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida.  Herman Schreiber, an award-winning member of the Delray Art League, passed away in 1995.  Lorrie Turner, an accomplished artist and Weisman Center curator, made this exhibition possible with the help of his daughters.  Maxine Schreiber, an artist/writer and her sister Janet Schreiber, are proud to exhibit their father’s work.  An opening reception will take place on Sunday, July 13, 2014, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. at which time both daughters will be on hand to lead tours and answer questions about their dad’s masterful work.
Herman Scheiber at a Delray Art League Exhibit

Herman Scheiber at a Delray Art League Exhibit

Born in Newark, New Jersey, Herman Schreiber graduated from the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Arts in 1934. An artist who used pastels exclusively, he was a disciple of the “School of Ultra Realistic Painting.”  He created his pictures delicately and meticulously rendering the final products, which capture both images and emotions.  His landscapes, portraits, and figurative works are often mistaken for actual photographs.
"Alpine Village"

“Alpine Village”

During his lifetime, Herman exhibited his work in gallleries and museums in New Jersey where he won many awards including First Place at the South Orange Annual Art Show, Bloomfield College, and Montclair State College exhibits.  In Florida as a member of the Delray Art League 1988 – 1995, he exhibited in shows at Old School Square and other Delray sites and won numerous Blue, Red, and White Ribbons.  In 1994 & 1995 his work was in the 55th & 56th Annual Juried Exhibitions at the Society of Four Arts in Palm Beach.
"We're Not Talking"

“We’re Not Talking”

This exibit fills the lobby, hallways, and activity room in the Weisman Center and includes over forty of his exquisite pastel paintings.  Maxine’s book The SCHREIBERS: The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From The Tree, which is published on Amazon.com, will be a available for sale at the opening event.
"Audience of One"

“Audience of One”

 
Maxine tells us, “Art has been an important part of my life as far back as I can remember.  My dad, Herman Schreiber, was a master artist, a true “Renaissance man.”  To support our family, he worked as a jeweler, a trumpet player, an optician, and a tax accountant. But he was always a visual artist, and his creative ability and temperament were a major influence on me.  When I was young, we spent hours looking through his treasured book World Famous Paintings, and he taught me how to draw.”

 

"Begonia Leaf"

“Begonia Leaf”

In 1993, he said, “I’m 79 years old and have a back-log of requests to last me until I’m 120.  I take my time and work at my own pace.  If I had deadlines to worry about, I wouldn’t enjoy it.  After all, I’m retired I’m not working for a living.  I had to give up playing the trumpet.  My front teeth and lips gave out, but my hands are steady, my imagination is vivid, and I enjoy painting.”
"Wakodahatchee Sunset" by Maxine Schreiber

“Wakodahatchee Sunset” by Maxine Schreiber

And the adage is true….Maxine Schreiber is a fine artist in her own right.  She exhibits her own work and is a member of the Artists of Palm Beach County, WITVA, NAWA and Armory Art Center.  Maxine’s newest creative work is a children’s book which she wrote and illustrated, “The Story of Daphne the Duck”.
"The Story of Daphne the Duck" by Maxine Schreiber

“The Story of Daphne the Duck” by Maxine Schreiber

For more information about this exhibit, books or other artwork available  please contact  Maxine Schreiber at www.schreiberstudio.com

 

 

 

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