Ray Neubert Exhibits at Cultural Council of Palm Beach County’s Gallery

Ray Nuebert’s paintings demand and deserve more than a quick glance.  The viewer must not only read the words which are an integral part of the painting, but then take a wider view.  Subreal artist Ray Neubert explores painting, assemblage, photography and poetry in playful and profound ways for the reality below the surface.  The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County’s gallery is a perfect venue to see and appreciate his complex work.  The Rickie Report shares a sneak peak and details in this article and urges you to visit this exhibit.

 

 

 

 

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Please join us at the Cultural Council

 Saturday,  April 26,    3-5 P.M.

To celebrate the Opening Reception of


Raymond P. Neubert

 in the Lawrence A. Sanders Foundation Artist Resource Center. 
Refreshments will be served.  
Exhibition runs: April 26 through May 24, 2014     
Tuesday through Saturday, 10AM to 5PM  

 

601 Lake Avenue         Lake Worth, FL  33460

561.471.2901

www.palmbeachculture.com

"Lazy" by Raymond Neubert

“Lazy” by Raymond Neubert

 

Raymond P. Neubert’s recent art explores the relationship between his visual art and life in a playful combination of word play, expressionism and his own reality.  This journey began with his first Brownie Hawkeye camera, continuing with drawing, and ceramics, through the grid of warp and weft into digital pixilation.
by Raymond P. Neubert

by Raymond P. Neubert

The public is invited to a free reception on Saturday, April 26th to meet the artist and see his SOLO exhibit at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County’s Lawrence A. Sanders Foundation Artist Resource Center. Refreshments will be served.  The Exhibition runs: April 26 through May 24, 2014.  The Cultural Council gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10AM to 5PM.  
The artist at work

The artist at work

Raymond recently finished a 4,000+ mile journey from his primary residence in West Palm Beach through Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Buffalo, Chicago, Kansas City MO. and Bentonville, Arkansas before returning to Florida.  He picked up the gallery in Occoquan, VA and is courting others in Cleveland and Kansas City.  
"Hot Thighs" by Raymond P. Neubert

“Hot Thighs” by Raymond P. Neubert

He has previously exhibited in South East Florida, Los Angeles, the Washington D.C. area, and North-East Ohio. Raymond participated in the prestigious Red Dot exhibit, 2012 in Miami,FL.  He is also a visiting artist at Los Feliz Charter School For The Arts  Los Angeles, California 2013.
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“Sweetie” by Raymond Neubert

Raymond shares, ” My work is influenced by my father’s word play, comics of all genres and heroic Propaganda Art.  My NeuArt began in 2009 when I combined drawing, colored ink and word play on lined paper in saturated colors.  I continue with Metamorphosis in acrylics on canvas.”
"You Take Such Liberties" by Raymond P. Neubert

“You Take Such Liberties” by Raymond P. Neubert

 

For more information about Raymond’s artwork, including photography, poetry, assemblage and paintings, please call  561-313-6080 or email  Neuray1@aol.com   or visit  www.subrealart.com

 

 

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Art on Park Unveils New Exhibit this Friday!

A new exhibit is opening this week at Art on Park, home of Artists of Palm Beach County. The Rickie Report is excited about the wide variety of mediums and number of artists whose work will be shown!  Mark your calendars for this Friday, February 22  for a wonderful event!

 

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Artists of Palm Beach

County

Art on the Park

Friday   February 22, 2013

5:00 – 8:00 pm

800 Park Ave      Lake Park, FL

 

How exciting to come to Art on Park, the home of Artists of Palm Beach County, and see a second exhibit in such a short period of time!
Steve Nussdorf

Steve Nussdorf

If you are an artist and not involved in an organization, Artists of Palm Beach County has a lot to offer you as a member.  Their annual membership includes not only monthly meetings but sharing opportunities.

Beverly Snow

Beverly Snow

 

Member Artists of Palm Beach County offer workshops, classes and demonstrations at Art on Park.

John Palozzi

John Palozzi

You can see the wide variety of mediums the artists use.

Betty Wilson

Betty Wilson

The artists showing at this exhibit include: Ilene Adams, Margie Agoston, Beth Baker, Lois Barton, Norman Berman, Lynne Bernay-Roman, Anthony Burks, Sr., Naomi Cordero, Cynthia Feig, Irma Friedman, Nina Fusco.

Ilene Adams

Ilene Adams

 Other exhibitors include: Caren Hackman, Neil Kilburn, Jeff Lucas, Beverly Marshall, Melinda Moore, Lynn Morgan and Debbie Mostel.

Debbie Mostel

Debbie Mostel

Additional artists exhibiting are: Ramond P. Neubert,  Steven Nussdorf, John Palozzi,  Alvaro Rojas, Brian Rosen, Maxine Schrieber, Beverly Snow, Mikki Vicoli, Janet Vilasmil, Betty Wilson and Han Young.

Raymond P. Neubert

Raymond P. Neubert

For more information about Artists of Palm Beach County stop by Art on Park!  The gallery is located at 800 Park Avenue in Lake Park  (561-355-0300).  For more information about demonstrations, classes, exhibits and benefits of membership, visit: www.artistsofpalmbeachcounty.org

 

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What’s New at Palm Beach International Airport? Come to Art Reception and See!

The Rickie Report hopes to see you at the Artists’ Reception taking place at the Palm Beach International Airport on Wednesday October 3rd  from 5:30  to  7:00  pm.  With so many talented local artists, it is a wonder how the judges decide what to include.  This is your chance to see the winners of the most recent Call to Artists!

For more information about Art in Public Places:  Elayna Toby Singer, Director  Ph (561) 233-0235 http://www.pbcgov.com/fdo/ART   2633 Vista Parkway, West Palm Beach, FL 33411

 

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Not All Airports Are Colorful – Go To PBIA And See This Art Exhibit

Are you one of those people who gets to the airport just in time for check-in and a fast paced run to your departure gate?  Or are the type of person who likes to get there a bit early (you never can predict how heavy traffic will be), get a cup of tea or coffee, and then proceed to your gate?  Maybe you are picking someone up at the airport and you are wondering what you will do if the plane is late and you are stuck waiting…   This is a rule of thumb for every traveler at any airport.  Look around!  There are often art exhibits in the terminal, either on the walls or even over head.  Just take a moment to look!  This “art in public spaces” has been placed there for you to admire, think about, and buy.

Grand Canyon in Infrared by Michael Lloyd Infrared Photograph on Metallic Paper

Twenty Palm Beach County artists have been selected for a juried art show which can be viewed on the main concourse of Palm Beach International Airport, near Sam Snead’s restaurant.   The Rickie Report initially sent out the Call To Artists for this event and was excited to see so many subscribers to The Rickie Report are represented in this show!

Nina Golub

The range of images and emotions in this show are extraordinary.  The family time, shown by Nina Golub harkens to days passed in “Grandpa/Grandson Circa 1938”.

At the Opening Reception, we met AJ Brockman and his family.  The Rickie Report has written about AJ previously and it was a joy to see his newest work, “Bahama Breeze” on aluminum, framed within a frame (perfect for outdoor spaces).

Speaking at length with another emerging artist, Rick Welch of Jupiter was a treat.  This life guard at one of Palm Beach County’s beaches, also carves wood, paints, and makes his own frames!  He used balsa, driftwood, and other elements as well as painting the background, so you feel like you can take off into the surf at any moment.  The Rickie Report predicts that Rick’s work will be a hot commodity in the future! You can see “Pelican Point” to the right of the Brockman family above.

"Haunted House" by Robert Neubert Giclee of Mixed Media, Ink and Pencil

Below is Nina Fusco with her paper sculpture, “Together.”   Airport patrons who were sitting nearby, went on to have a lengthy dialogue with Nina about her philosophy as well as her paper sculpture technique.  Nina’s work has also been accepted at the latest Lighthouse ArtCenter Juried Show and her work is sold at Local Treasures in Tequesta.

We must admit that until meeting the artist nearby to offer secret clues, this was a very nice abstract painting.  However, when Craig  Krefetz explained and showed the effect of different lighting techniques (here with his light pen), we understood that this was truly an interactive piece, we were intrigued!  Craig’s work can be seen at the Jupiter Yacht Club Gallery.

Laura Wiswell, of Laura Fine Art, graduated from Rhode Island School of Design only two years ago.  Her view of apples was eye-opening.  She does custom paintings on walls as well as canvas.  We could see this in the fruit section of a supermarket, your breakfast nook, or at a healthy restaurant!

Brad Brett, of Jupiter, made a little girl eating watermelon come to life in his water and pencil drawing. “West End” is a beachy scene made personal.  We’ve seen Brad’s work at the Lighthouse ArtCenterjuried shows as well.  First-time entrant, Frank Romano hails from W. Palm beach.  he and his wife are both artists ( he taught her how to paint). “Man Against The Sea” is an oil on canvas.

Frank Romano's "Man Against The Sea"

Alejandro Caraballo (Mr. dRo) took personal aspects of his life and made it into a mixed media collage box.  He calls this his “Homage to Five Women and Marilyn” in honor of his five former female roomates.  The viewer must look carefully to see cheerios, ticket stubs, and all the details that surround Marilyn in her shower cap.  An insightful look into a short period of his life!

If you feel frenetic and harried, just take a moment to peek at Elodia Fanjul’s oil on linen, entitled, “Balance”.

It is peaceful. It is mesmerizing.

Blance by Elodia Fanjul

It is a painting of pears balanced with a sense of serenity.  Feeling down and needing a lift?  Stop by Carla Golembe’s acrylic on canvas, “Sunflower Moon”.  The women’s colorful clothing can make anyone smile.

Sunflower Moon by Carla Golembe

X Marks The Spot by Durga Garcia

As you look at this photograph by Durga Garcia, you can almost feel the movement of the swaying palm trees in “X Marks The Spot, Grassy Waters Preserve”.  Durga herself is full of life and her photography ranges from personal pieces she has taken to helping other artists by photographing their work to apply for juried shows.  She is polished and professional.

"May Not Be Sunny But Always A Good View" Photograph by William Combes

Misty II by Carol Gold

Carol Gold, from Boynton Beach, is an oil painter who loves to share her scenes from Mystic, CT.  Her oil on linen, “Misty II” brings back those New England memories.   Seeing “El Espiritu de Machu Picchu/ The Spirit of Machu Picchu” by another Boynton Beach artist, Luis Gutierrez (aka Zellvaggio) is enchanting.  The Rickie Report asked if it was self portrait, but the artist deferrred answering.  If you are running to catch a plane, you may find yourself being held back as you gaze into his eyes.

Galactic Landscape #3 by Carolina Cordon

Carolina Cordon’s “Galactic Landscape #3” is a large acrylic on canvas painting.  From afar the viewer sees a mass of color, but up close, one can truly appreciate her details.   Riotous color exudes from the acrylic on canvas by  Terry Molina.  You really need to go close to see the detailed texture.  Terry shared her secret method with The Rickie Report, but we have promised not to divulge it!

Bougainvilla by Terry Molina

Anyone who meets Leslie Liss will have no trouble figuring out which painting is hers – she is exhuberant and her acrylic on canvas, “Lunch in The Garden” wakes you up with deep and rich colors.  This is the second time Leslie has been accepted into this show!  She hails from Boynton Beach and sells her work in different boutiques and galleries in the area.

Lunch In The Garden by Leslie Liss

A mother and young child were biding their time until a visitor’s plane arrived.  The young girl was captivated by Melinda Moore’s “Pelican Preening.  When asked what they both liked about the realistic photograph, they told us that they have a friendly pelican regularly come to their dock.

Pelican Preening by Melinda Moore

They felt Melinda captured not only the physical characteristics of the bird, but the personality as well.   Melind’s work can  be seen at The Lighthouse ArtCenter on PGA Blvd in Palm Beach Gardens.  She will also be the guest artist at the Jonathan Dickinson State Park Nature Center’s Opening May 6th.

See Us, Hear Us, Feel Us by Kathleen O'Neill Schuler

Kathleen R. O’Neill Schuler is a graphic designer who loves to design artwork.  Most recently, she designed “See Us, Hear Us, Feel Us” for a playbill!   It is a done with Rapidograph Pen, Ink, and Gouache.  An intricate piece that demands some time and study before one sees the musical instruments.

Gisela Pferdekamper’shorses always delight.  “Pottery Garden” show her distinctive well-rounded horses in a lovely oil on canvas.  Gisela’s studio located in Loxahatchee is the playground for white peacocks.  Whenever she is having an Open house, be sure to make the trip.

Gisela Pferdekamper's " Pottery Garden"

The Rickie Report spoke with curator, Elayna Toby Singer, who oversees Art in Public Space for Palm beach County ( see Rickie Report interview with her 12/15/2011).  Elayna spoke about the excitement of seeing the exhibit come together.  Once the jurying process is over, she must plan out the show according to the wall space available at PBIA.   She finds, for the most part, that her initial expectations are met as each piece is hung, to make a cohesive show.   It is important to remember that all of the art pieces are for sale and the proceeds go directly to the artists.

This show will be available to view through June 20, 2012.  Don’t miss it!

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561-537-0291

No Tkts Required. No Luggage. Just Enjoy The Art!

Local Artists in Juried Show

 at

 Palm Beach International

 Airport

“Art at the Airport” Exhibition

  February 29, 2012 through June 20, 2012

Twenty-three  Palm Beach County artists were selected by the County’s Public Art Committee based on artistic merit.  The changing exhibition program at the Palm Beach International Airport is supported by a grant from HMS Host. Selected works are exhibited for four months. All artwork is for sale and proceeds go directly to the artist.

To learn more about Palm Beach County’s Art in Public Places visit www.pbcgov.com/fdo/Art.   Artists interested in receiving “Call to Artists” for  upcoming airport exhibitions and other public art projects are invited to register on the Artists Registry page of the website.

To purchase art   displayed in this exhibition, contact Palm Beach   County’s Art in Public Places (561) 233-0235.

Palm Beach County Art in Public Spaces invites you to an Artist Reception at the Palm Beach International Airport.  The event takes place on March 28th from 5:30 – 7:00 pm.  The reception will be on Level 2 across from Sam Snead’s Restaurant.  Please park in short term parking levels 4-7.

The Rickie Report is proud to be part of this event, as many of the artists chosen are subscribers and heard about this competition through our postsWe look forward to seeing you at the reception!

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Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

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