Take Avenue Of Arts Tour In Boynton Beach And Vote For Your Favorite Artwork

The public is invited to take the Avenue of the Arts tour in Boynton Beach and vote on their favorite artworks.  Cash prizes for 1st – $1,000, 2nd – $500 and 3rd – $250 place will be awarded to the artists whose artworks receive the most votes. Voting is open until 5:00pm (EDT), June 24. The Rickie Report shares the details about how to vote in person or virtually and gives you a sneak peek at some of the artwork.  As many times as we have walked the Avenue of the Arts in Boynton Beach, we always notice something new!  We know you will enjoy the experience and the artists will be grateful as well! Awards will be announced July 13 on the public art website and social media.

 

 

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The Public is Invited:

Vote On Your Favorite Artwork

Avenue of the Arts  

Boynton Beach, FL

 

How to Vote:

 

Brochures are available in City facilities

Or take a virtual tour and vote at BoyntonBeachArts.org

Paper ballots are available at City Hall lobby or the City Library, 208 S. Seacrest Blvd.

For more information contact:
Debby Coles-Dobay, Public Arts Manager at 561.742.6026

 

 

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1. Civic Center, 128 E Ocean Ave. “Alley Dudes” by Beju LeJobart

 

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2. Schoolhouse Museum, 128 E Ocean Ave. “A Few Degrees from Plumb and Square” by Bill Wood

 

 

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3. 125 E Ocean Ave. “Sunflower Gate” by Jim Gallucci

 

 

 

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4. 123 E Ocean Ave. “Zig Zag Boogie Woogie” by Bill Wood

 

 

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5. City Hall parking lot. “The Single Twist” by Mary Angers

 

 

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6. Schoolhouse Museum, 128 E Ocean Ave. “Invasive Species” by Isabelle Garbani

 

 

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7. SE 1st St and E Ocean Ave. “Pac-MAN” by Craig Gray

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8. 213 E Ocean Ave. “Flutter Gate” by Jim Gallucci

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9. 306 E Ocean Ave. “Shanti” by Claudia Jane Klein

 

 

 

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10. 480 E Ocean Ave. “Seed” by Steve Blackwood

 

 

 

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11. Dewey Park 100 NE 4th St. “Tortuga Jack” by Joe Hernandez

 

 

 

For more information about this event or other events and exhibitions, please contact:

City of Boynton Beach Logo Debby Coles-Dobay, Public Arts Manager
City Manager’s Office, Art in Public Places
City of Boynton Beach
100 E. Boynton Beach Blvd. | Boynton Beach, Florida 33435
o: 561-742-6026 | c: 561-632-7992
Coles-DobayD@bbfl.us | www.boynton-beach.org | www.boyntonbeacharts.org

 

 

 

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Cornell Art Museum Features Museum Store Artists During Delray Affair

As Downtown Delray Beach gears up for the 54th Annual Delray Affair, April 8-10, The Cornell Art Museum will extend its popular Museum Store outside, under tents, in front of the Museum entrance. The event takes place Friday, Saturday and Sunday! The Rickie Report shares some sneak peeks and highlights the artists who are taking part.

 

 

 

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Old School Square
51 N. Swinton Avenue   Delray Beach, FL 33444
Http://OldSchoolSquare.org
561.243.7922

 

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Delray Affair

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 8-10.

Friday and Saturday: 10 am-6 pm

Sunday:  10 am-5 pm

Over 500 booths will include artists, crafters, businesses and a variety of culinary favorites to keep you fueled to shop!

 

 

STOP BY THE

MUSEUM STORE

AT OLD SCHOOL SQUARE!

 

 

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The store includes fine art, jewelry, wearable art, candles, soaps, cards and hand-crafted items in glass, wood and ceramics by 50 local, regional and national artists.

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Store artists include:

Tanvi Asher, Steve Blackwood, Jared Bonaventura, Mary Canuso, Joshua Carter, Tim Carter, Soy Co., Reed Dixon, Alene Egol, Karen Eskesen, Barb Fernandez, Natalie Gagliano, Tiny Gang, Noah Garbarino, Juliana Gatto, Marusca Gatto, Colleen Glazer, Mike Goldberg, Carla Golembe, Linda Greenwald, Irma Haroon, Tara Heal, Claudia Henao, Orlando Ibanez Gravini, Melanie Johanson, Amanda Johnson, Pat Kaufman, Tara Kaufman, Stephanie Knecht, Anthony Kramer, Deb LaFogg, Lily Larson, Jeni Licata, HomeStyle LLC, Anita Lovitt, Patricia Maguire, Ann Monthei, Patti Nielsen, Barbara O’Connell Montgomery, Ralph Papa, Sally Petrillo, Missy Pierce, James Rabidoux, Ingrid Schindall, Magnus Sebastian, Marti Seligman, Ronald Shaw, Lee Simon, Lianna Slater, Kathy Spalluto, Jerilyn Stone and Dale Wynne.

 

 

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“Juxtapose in Black” by Karla Walter

See the Cornell Art Museum’s current exhibit, “WILD”, a group show featuring contemporary works by internationally recognized artists who have interpreted and celebrated the beauty and wonder of the natural world. This exhibit is on display through April 17th.

 
Old School Square is the center of arts & entertainment in downtown Delray Beach. Serving for over 25 years as the community’s gathering place, the historic campus includes the intimate Crest Theatre (in the restored 1925 Delray High School building) the Cornell Art Museum (in the 1913 Delray Elementary building), and the Fieldhouse (c. 1925). The Pavilion, which opened in 2002, hosts outdoor concerts and festivals. The Creative Arts School (located on the second floor of the Crest Theatre) offers art, photography, writing and performance classes. Old School Square also serves as a venue for community, corporate, private and media events. For information on all programs and services, call 561-243-7922 or visit OldSchoolSquare.org.

 

 

 

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561-537-0291

Cornell Art Museum At Old School Square Hosts Museum Store Trunk Show On Black Friday Weekend

The Cornell Art Museum at Old School Square will host a Museum Store Trunk Show during Black Friday Weekend. Start your Black Friday weekend shopping at Old School Square! The Cornell Art Museum has invited their Museum Store artists to participate in a Trunk Show, Friday, Saturday and Sunday November 27th, 28th, 29th from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Rickie Report urges you to support local artists and as you will see from some sneak peeks and details in this article, they are being sold nation-wide and world-wide!  Plus, mark your calendars for the First Friday Art Walk on December 4th!

 

 

 

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Black Friday Weekend Trunk Show

Friday, November 27th

Saturday, November 28th

Sunday, November 29th

 

10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

51 N. Swinton Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33444
561.243.7922

 

 

 

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Cornell Art Museum Store

 

 

The Cornell Art Museum Store is a perfect place to find that unique gift for someone special! 50 area artists participate in the store with fine art, jewelry, wearable art, candles, soaps, cards and hand-crafted items in glass, wood and ceramics.

 

 

 

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Cornell Art Museum Store Features Hand Turned Wood Pieces

 

The Trunk Show will feature 20 of these artists with expanded inventory to give shoppers a great selection!

 

 

 

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Wearable Art, Jewelry, Handmade Fused Glass

 

 

Store artists include Debra Acquilano, Tanvi Asher, Steve Blackwood, Jared Bonaventura, Mary Canuso, Joshua Carter, Tim Carter, Soy Co., Reed Dixon, Karen Eskesen, Barb Fernandez, Natalie Gagliano, Tiny Gang, Noah Garbarino, Juliana Gatto, Marusca Gatto, Colleen Glazer, Mike Goldberg, Carla Golembe, Linda Greenwald, Irma Haroon, Tara Heal, Claudia Henao, Orlando Ibanez, Melanie Johanson, Amanda Johnson, Pat Kaufman, Tara Kaufman, Stephanie Knecht, Anthony Kramer, Deb LaFogg, Lily Larson, Jeni Licata, HomeStyle LLC, Anita Lovitt, Patricia Maguire, Ann Monthei, Patti Nielsen, Barbara O’Connell, Ralph Papa, Sally Petrillo, Missy Pierce, James Rabidoux, Ingrid Schindall, Magnus Sebastian, Marti Seligman, Ronald Shaw, Lee Simon, Lianna Slater, Kathy Spalluto, Jerilyn Stone and Dale Wynne.

 

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Handmade Ceramics, Soaps & Body Lotions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bring your friends and make a day of it in downtown Delray Beach!

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UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES–

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

 

 

First Friday Artwalk

December 4th    6-9 p.m.

First Friday Artwalk is an open house for the galleries in downtown Delray Beach. Start your evening at the Cornell Art Museum! Admission is free; enjoy complimentary light bites and cash bar. Meet featured glass artists, Claudia Henao and Marusca Gatto. Then make your way to other art galleries along Atlantic Avenue, in Pineapple Grove and in Artists Alley.

 

 

 

Old School Square is the center of arts & entertainment in downtown Delray Beach. Celebrating 25 years as the community’s gathering place, the historic campus includes the intimate Crest Theatre (in the restored 1925 Delray High School building) the Cornell Art Museum (in the 1913 Delray Elementary building), and the Fieldhouse (c. 1925). The Pavilion, which opened in 2002, hosts outdoor concerts and festivals. The Creative Arts School (located on the second floor of the Crest Theatre) offers art, photography, writing and performance classes. Old School Square also serves as a venue for community, corporate, private and media events. For information on all programs and services, call 561-243-7922 or visit OldSchoolSquare.org.

 

 

 

 

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561-537-0291

Delray Beach Center For The Arts Invites All To Grand Opening Of Newly Expanded Cornell Museum Store

The Delray Beach Center for the Arts invites everyone to the Grand Opening of the newly expanded Cornell Museum Store.  Stop by on Thursday, September 24th between 5 – 7pm to enjoy refreshments and meet the artists.  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.  You will be wowed by the quality of art, fine crafts and hand crafted items for sale! Plus, you can take in the current exhibit “Reimagined”. Mark your Calendars for the First Friday Art Walk on October 2nd!

 

 

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Museum Store

at the Cornell Museum of Art

 

 

Grand Opening Celebration

Thursday, September 24th

5 – 7 pm

51 N. Swinton Ave      Delray Beach, FL 33444

561-243-7922

 

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                                         Cornell Museum Store

 

 

 

Everyone is invited to a Grand Opening celebration on Thursday, September 24th from 5 to 7 p.m. Enjoy refreshments and meet some of the store’s talented artists. The Grand Opening is presented in partnership with the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce.  The Museum Store is located at 51 N.Swinton Avenue in Delray Beach, FL.

 

 

 

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The Cornell Museum Store is filled with high quality art, hand crafted items and jewelry by 50 artists from Delray Beach and beyond.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Unique, one-of-a-kind items make the perfect gift for someone special

OR

A perfect way to treat yourself!

 

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Be sure to take in the current exhibit, “REIMAGINED”, featuring avant-garde works made from recycled materials by internationally renown artists.

 

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ART  WALK

 

Mark your calendar for First Friday Art Walk on October 2nd, 6 to 9 p.m. It’s an open house for all the galleries in downtown Delray Beach. Start your evening at the Cornell Museum of Art and meet our featured photographers, Irene Hill and Russell Levine.

 

 

 

Delray Beach Center For The Arts:

 

Delray Beach Center for the Arts offers “a total arts experience™” through events, theater, exhibits and learning opportunities. Celebrating 25 years of arts excellence, the historic campus includes the intimate Crest Theatre (in the restored 1925 Delray High School building) the Cornell Museum of Art (in the 1913 Delray Elementary building), and the Vintage Gymnasium (c. 1925). The Pavilion, which opened in 2002, hosts outdoor concerts and festivals. The School of Creative Arts (located on the second floor of the Crest Theatre) offers art, photography, writing and performance classes. The Center also serves as a venue for community, corporate, private and media events. For information on performances, exhibits, classes or facility rentals, call 561-243-7922 or visit DelrayArts.org.

 

 

 

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561-537-0291

Funky Sculptures Join Boynton Beach’s Historical Cultural Treasures

New artwork will be installed along the Avenue of the Arts beginning Sept. 23rd, celebrating the 9th year for the Avenue of the Arts outdoor exhibit.  While the Rickie Report shares the details about new installations of Art In Public Places, we introduce Warren Adams, the man behind the app, for Boynton’s Historic Treasures.  Kudos to Boynton Beach, “America’s Gateway to the Gulf Stream”!   The public is invited to the festivities!

 

 

 

 

B O Y N T O N     B E A C H  

A R T    IN  P U B L I C   P L A C E S

 

 

The City of Boynton Beach has many arts and cultural advocates, which is lucky for the rest of us!  Art merged with technology at the International Kinetic Art Exhibit and Symposium this past February.  Next week, the Avenue of The Arts will be lined with new works of art to intrigue us!  While innovations continue, we want to remember the roots of Boynton Beach and feature an interview with Warren Adams, Historic Preservation Planner.

 

 

 

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Featuring “Seed” by Steve Blackwood

 

 

 

Artists in South Florida and from Virginia, North Carolina, New Jersey and New York submitted their artwork to the Arts Commission who selected the eleven for this year’s exhibit. Sculptures forms range from repurposed materials to kinetic to artwork sprouting from the ground to custom made installations. Funky names, such as Pac MAN, Alley Dudes, Seed, Invasive Species and Zig Zag Boogie Woogie will entertain visitors. For a complete listing and map of the artwork, visit the City of Boynton Beach’s website at http://bit.ly/BB15AvenueArts.

 

 

 

"Alley Dudes" by Beju

                           “Alley Dudes” by Beju

 

 

An opening reception, sponsored by Desjardins Bank, will take place on Fri., Sept. 25, from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., at the Civic Center, 128 E. Ocean Ave., providing an opportunity to mingle with the artists and learn about how their sculptures were created. Refreshments by the Secret Garden Cafe will be provided. Cycle Party, a self-peddling vehicle, will transport people up and down the avenue to tour the new installations. The Avenue of the Arts is an easy walkable tour from the Civic Center.

 

 

 

"Invasive Species" by Garbani

                    “Invasive Species” by Garbani

 

 

 

The year round exhibit can be visited 24/7. All sites are lit and have plaques that include the artist and sculpture names, a description of the art piece, medium utilized and a QR code linked to the interactive map below where visitors can learn more information.

 

 

"Sunflower Gate" by Gallucci

                   “Sunflower Gate” by Gallucci

 

A Conversation With Warren Adams

 

“History can teach us many things, but not if it is all gone…A community that values its past is one that invests in its future”

 

TRR:  What is the role of a Historic Preservation Planner in Boynton Beach?

WA:

As Historic Preservation Planner, I’m responsible for identifying significant historic sites in the city. I encourage owners to protect their buildings and consider designation on either the Local or National Register of Historic Places. I also provide advice on the repair, restoration, re-use, and appropriate alteration of historic structures; review Certificate of Appropriateness applications; submit grant applications; undertake historic site surveys for inclusion on the Florida Master Site File; provide reports to the Historic Resources Preservation Board; prepare historic designation reports; provide advice on financial incentives; manage the Heritage Education Program; ensure the city retains its Certified Local Government certification with the State; and, provide advice on potential archaeological sites.

 

 

 

 

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            Boynton Mausoleum by Conrad Pickel

TRR:  How does one prepare for this job?

WA:

 

On finishing school, I studied Building Construction and Management in Glasgow, Scotland and then studied for a BSc in Land Economics (Property Valuation & Development) at the University of Paisley, Scotland. On completion of the BSc I passed the necessary exams and became a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. My main interest being historic buildings,  I attended the University of York, England to study for the MA in Conservation Studies (Historic Buildings). In the following years I worked for a private building archaeology company, Historic Scotland, a non-profit building preservation trust, and as a project manager disbursing grants for repairs to Victorian terraces and crescents in Weston-super-Mare, England.  I undertook work for organizations such as the National Trust for Scotland and English Heritage. In 2004, I moved to Florida and worked as the Historic Preservation Planner for the City of Delray Beach. I was then the Executive Director for the Broward Trust for Historic Preservation after which I became the Historic Preservation Planner for the City of Boynton Beach.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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TRR:  Tell us more about the Historic Preservation Education Website that you developed.

WA:

 

The Historic Preservation Education website has been created entirely through non-matching grant funding provided by the Florida Division of Historical Resources. Phase 1 was the creation of the Downtown and Cemetery Heritage Trails with informational boards that contain Quick Response Code links to online site information and an interactive map. Phase 2 was the creation of the recently completed Cultural Resources Mobile Application with interactive map. I recently submitted a grant application for Phase 3 which, if funding is awarded, will create an interactive website focusing on the area formerly known as “Boynton Colored Town”. If we receive funding, the project will run from July, 2016 through June, 2017.  All of the work for the Heritage Education website has been completed in-house by city ITS and GIS staff who have done a fantastic job. The grant funding has allowed us to build the website which City staff will update and maintain in the future.

 

 

 

 

 

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TRR: What are the criteria for a site to be included?

WA:

 

The majority of the sites included on the mobile application are over 50 years old; however, there are a few interesting sites included that are less than 50 years old.  Sites should have significance in the city’s history. They are either architecturally significant due to their style, design or construction, or historically significant due to a significant event taking place there, or a significant person who lived or worked there.   The new mobile application went “live” on June 30.

 

 

 

 

 

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TRR:  How can our readers engage with your mission?

WA:

I would encourage readers to visit the Heritage Education website to find information on sites they may not be aware of. The new application contains information on over 170 sites. We also have a number of grant-funded brochures available that provide information on the Historic Preservation Program, the heritage trails, and significant sites in the city.

 

 

“Heritage Education” is a term used in the field. By making people aware of the heritage that surrounds them, we encourage people to find out more about historic sites. It’s also essential to help historic property owners understand what designation means. Many people wrongly assume that if you designate your property you can’t change the paint color, can’t change windows or roofs, and can’t build an addition. This is all wrong. Historic designation helps ensure this work is done appropriately and that the historic character of the building is not adversely affected. A good education program is also a way to promote the city as a heritage tourism destination. Increased visitor numbers and spending at local businesses contributes to ongoing economic development.  The city Heritage Education Program was awarded first place by the Florida League of Cities in their “Teaching Your City’s History” award category.

 

 

 

 

Amichai House

                                      Amichai House

TRR: Will you come and speak to organizations who are art/cultural oriented?

WA:

 

I have spoken to a number of organizations including neighborhood associations inside and outside the city, schools, and historic and archaeological societies. Last year I gave a presentation on the success of the city Historic Preservation Program at the annual Main Street Conference which was held in Stuart. I am scheduled to give a similar presentation to the City of St. Cloud Main Street organization in January, 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

Boynton Hills Light

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TRR:  Please share 2 or 3 special sites or facts that most people are unaware of.

WA:

 

Conrad Pickel, a renowned stained glass artist lived and worked in Boynton Beach. He designed stained and faceted glass for over 700 churches in the USA and is credited with designing the largest stained glass window in the world located at the Resurrection Cemetery, Justice, Illinois. There are a number of Pickel buildings in Boynton Beach. We have a brochure providing information on these buildings. Their locations can also be found on the heritage trail interactive map on the Historic Preservation Education website.

 

 

 

 

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Barton Memorial Park Cemetery was first started around 1900 as an unofficial burial ground for the city’s African American community. Although only twenty grave markers remain, a recent Ground Penetrating Radar survey identified numerous underground anomalies which are almost certainly other burials. Many of the remaining grave markers were handmade and are fine examples of folk art. The site, which is listed on the Local Register of Historic Places, is located at the northwest corner of NW 5th St. and NW 12th Ave.

 

 

 

 

 

The Boynton Hills Lights are four ornamental light poles located in landscaped traffic islands on NW 1st St. between Boynton Beach Blvd. and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Installed around 1925, the lights were an integral feature of the street layout in the subdivision which does not follow a regular grid pattern. The lights were manufactured by Westinghouse Electric and are made from Hollowspun concrete, a process that involves spinning concrete rapidly in a mold. The lights are listed on the Local Register of Historic Places.

 

 

 

 

Gerger House

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TRR: Boynton Beach is at the forefront of bringing world renown artists to the City and getting the public involved with art, kinetics and more.  What is your dream for Boynton Beach?

 

WA:

I would like Boynton Beach to be recognized as a city with a strong, progressive Historic Preservation Program that works effectively for all property owners and the changing needs of the city. I think we are achieving this. Like every city, Boynton Beach has its own character and feeling. Historic sites contribute greatly to this “sense of place” and local identity as they embody the spirit of age and illustrate the interaction between people and place over time. Arts and cultural events such as the Celebration of Conrad Pickel and the Kinetic Art event attract visitors who are then exposed the city’s history through the heritage trails and online information. From 2007 to 2008, the annual spending on heritage tourism in Florida was $4.13 billion. I would like Boynton Beach to receive a sizeable portion of this!

 

TRR: If a visitor had 1 hour in Boynton Beach, what would you recommend? (besides the beach)

WA:

 

I would recommend a walk along the Downtown Heritage Trail which follows Ocean Avenue from Seacrest Blvd. to the Intracoastal Waterway and the Mangrove Walk. Information boards along the route and the new mobile application provide details of historic sites.

 

 

TRR: Anything else you want our readers to know?

WA:

 

I would encourage readers to contact me for information on the Historic Preservation Program and the benefits it can offer to historic property owners and the community. If anyone believes their property may qualify for historic designation I can discuss the process with them and explain what designation entails.

 

 

For more information about Art In Public Places in Boynton Beach contact Debby Coles-Dobay, Public Art Manager, at 561-742-6026.

Coles-DobayD@bbfl.us

Warren Adams, Historic Preservation Planner
561-742-6757  AdamsW@bbfl.us

 www.boynton-beach.org

 

 

 

 

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

 

Steve Blackwood, Internationally Acclaimed Sculptor, In Three Simultaneous Exhibits in Palm Beach County

Steve Blackwood, an internationally known sculptor whose work resides in Museums such as the Art Institute of Chicago, Cornell Museum of Art; US government collections and private collections world-wide is having a very busy year. Currently, until October 18, ten of his pieces are on display in the “Reimagined” exhibit at The Cornell Museum of Art in Delray Beach, FL. Five new medium and large scale works will debut at The Palm Beach Cultural Council in Lake Worth, FL September 11 through November 2015. Steve is also preparing a 10’ tall outdoor sculpture for the City of Boynton Beach. This piece, entitled, “Seed,” will be unveiled September 25 as part of the “Avenue of the Arts”.  Caren Hackman spoke with Steve and wrote this report for us to share with you.

 

 

 

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Steve Blackwood will be showing his sculptures in three simultaneous exhibits located in Palm Beach County:

 

“Reimagined”

Exhibiting through Sunday, Oct. 18th

Cornell Museum of Art

51 N. Swinton Ave.,   Delray Beach

Open Tuesday-Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; closed major holidays

Cost: $5 suggested donation

Info: 561-243-7922 or delraycenterforthearts.org

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The Cornell Museum of Art has extended its show, which features avant-garde art by 16 artists who employ unusual materials, including recyclables, and innovative methods.

 

 

 

The Museum also will host First Friday Art Walk

 October 2, from 6-9 p.m.

 

 

 

 

Caren Hackman shares,  “I was intrigued by Steve’s work at the Cornell Museum and thrilled when The Rickie Report approached me about interviewing Steve. I wanted to know all about his process”.

 

"Poppy" by Steve Blackwood

                                   “Poppy” by Steve Blackwood

 

Among the artists on display at “Reimagined” are Palm Beach County-based Steve Blackwood. He frequently combines wood, steel, neon and fiberglass. By joining the individual elements to create new objects, he gives them renewed life.

 

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Cultural Council of Palm Beach County

“Made in Delray Beach”

September 11 through October 31

Free and open to the public:

Tuesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

 

Cultural Council of Palm Beach County
The Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. Building

601 Lake Avenue | Lake Worth, FL 33460

PH: 561-471-2901      FX: 561-687-9484
info@palmbeachculture.com

 

 

 

Before The Cultural Council Show

 Steve Blackwood with Sculpture Before The Cultural Council Show

 

 

For many of his smaller pieces, Steve works with found objects. For the smaller pieces, he experiments with position and relationships until the assemblages look just right. The larger pieces are planned more carefully because of the time and cost involved with experimenting. Many sketches are begun in photoshop which allows him to simulate how parts will come together. When needed, Steve uses Ebay and Etsy to get parts for some projects. When the items in his imagination cannot be found, he calls upon other artists and craftspersons to fabricate items.

 

 

 

 

"Inertia: Inertia Velocity Machine" by Steve Blackwood

        “Inertia: Inertia Velocity Machine” by Steve Blackwood

 

 

For the clock he will exhibit at the Palm Beach County Cultural Council show Steve wanted wrought iron legs, like those he had seen on an artist friend’s work who has a foundry. Steve asked to have some fabricated for his clock.

 

 

"Seed" Drawing by Steve Blackwood

                         “Seed” Drawing by Steve Blackwood

 

 

 

A large piece that is at the Cornell has “rocket legs.” Those started as  cardboard cutouts, then were cut from plywood with steel banding added. Blackwood’s pieces are made to look like they have “always existed.” That means that the newer fabricated pieces are distressed and patinated to give them their timeless appearance.

 

 

Blackwood,Marcusa, Matt

                                   Blackwood,Marcusa, Matt

 

Steve’s studio is occasionally filled with more materials one can possibly imagine. One piece in the Cornell, “Inertial Velocity Machine”, sprang from an ultimatum Steve’s wife gave him. She asked that he acquire no more “stuff” until he used some of the parts that he had already on hand in the studio. The playful “Velocity Machine” has working headlights (which did eventually have to be purchased). On occasion Steve allows Museum visitors to play with the works of art.

 

 

 

 

Sculpture by Steve Blackwood

                                   Sculpture by Steve Blackwood

 

 

 

 

Steve holds a BFA from the Art Institute of Chicago as well as AAS degrees in Advertising, Design and Marketing and has taught at the college level.  Steve simultaneously developed his sculpture and design careers over the course of 25 years. As an art director, his clients include Playboy, Smithsonian, Time-Life, NY City Ballet, Alvin Ailey, Mastercard and VISA.

 

 

Avenue Of The Arts

Boynton Beach, FL

 

 

Opens September 23, 2015

 

Artists Reception

Friday, September 25, 2013

5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Civic Center

128 East Ocean Avenue    Boynton Beach, FL

 

Contact Debby Coles-Dobay, Public Art Administrator, at 561-742-6026 for more details.

www.boynton-beach.org

 

 

 

The Avenue of the Arts installation will begin September 23, 2013. Twelve new artworks, by eight artists, will be installed along the streets in Boynton Beach’s Civic/Cultural District. This is the seventh year for the Avenue of the Arts “on loan program”. Local, and national artists, submitted their artwork for the Arts Commission to select, and site, for the year-long outdoor exhibit.

 

 

 

 

An Avenue of the Art Artists Reception is planned for Friday, September 27, 2013, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at The Little House, 480 East Ocean Avenue, Boynton Beach. Hors d’ Oeuvres, and drink specials, are provided while officials, art patrons and the public can mingle with the Avenue of the Arts artists to learn more about their artwork. Special eco-friendly electric vehicles, provided by iJoyRides.com, will transport people to tour the Avenue of the Arts. The Avenue of the Arts is a easy walkable tour from The Little House location. Please contact Debby Coles-Dobay for information and reservations.

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"Seed" Placement in Boynton Beach Avenue Of The Arts

      “Seed” Placement in Boynton Beach Avenue Of The Arts

 

As a sculptor, Steve has shown in New York, Chicago, Washington DC, and currently throughout Palm Beach County where he resides and owns a Gallery and Studio.  He is a master of materials, often combining wood, steel, neon and fiberglass.

 

 

 

 

Steve Blackwood teaching at Milagro Center

                Steve Blackwood At Milagro Center

 

 

Steve is the Director of the Arts Fusion Foundation. Sculpture, painting, glass fusing, pottery, dance and music are integrated into elementary at-risk youth programs. This outreach program involves artists of Artists Alley in Delray Beach, as an extension of the foundation’s overall impact agenda. More information can be found at Artsfusionfoundation.org. Artists from Artists Alley in Delray Beach have been involved with teaching at the Milagro center as part of this program. Steve can currently be seen in television commercials for the Milagro Center and an article will be coming out in the Sun Sentinel for his volunteer efforts with the Center.  Steve teaches sculpture, Bob Schmidt teaches glass, and Susan Romaine teaches painting.

 

Susan Romaine at Milagro Center

                   Susan Romaine at Milagro Center

 

 

Steve tells us, “Ongoing neuro-stimulation is key in development. Providing multiple streams of input is a power boost of learning excitement. The “fusion” of elements provides new ways for young people to look at their world; the ability to transform and create new paths for their future; a source of inspiration which gives them a strong sense of self and their ability to create change in their world”.

 

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Steve was the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the National Heritage Foundation from 1994 to 1999; and is currently a board member of the Public Art Advisory Board in Delray Beach, FL. He has 5 daughters and one son who all share his interest and excitement in the arts as actors, musicians, painters and sculptors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information about Steve Blackwood please visit:

 

http://www.steveblackwoodstudio.com

delrayartist@yahoo.com

His work is represented by Cacace Fine Art in Artists Alley, Delray Beach. Studios are located in Delray Beach and Boca Raton, FL.

 

 

 

 

Caren Hackman is a graphic designer and fine artist living in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. and author of a book about Graphic Design and Good Business practice: http://www.carenhackman.com/book/.

Be sure to check out Caren’s wonderful artwork – Caren is a talented artist in her own right! She is a founding member of the Artists of Palm Beach County.

www.carenhackman.com

 

 

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Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

P.O.Box 33423

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

What’s New In Artists’ Alley? Stop By And See!

The Rickie Report is pleased to share exciting news from Artists Alley!   In addition to their monthly  Open Studio event on Thursday,January 16th, they are inviting everyone to Saturday  in The Studios – every week!  There is nothing like meeting the artist who creates the work that you love and appreciate.  More details are in this article.

 

ARTISTS ALLEY

 

 

OPEN STUDIOS

Thursday, January 16, 2014

 

6 – 9 pm

 

 AND 

Saturday in The Studios

Noon – 5 pm

 

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"Lion" by

“Lion” by Ellen Levinson @ Cloud House Pottery

 

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A Selection of Ian Levinson’s work from Cloud House Pottery
Beginning, Intermediate & Advanced Pottery Classes Available.
        One-On-One instruction on the Potters Wheel
                $40 for 2 Hrs Materials included.
                            (561) 862-9222

 

 

ARTISTS ALLEY is an independent group of accomplished artists collaborating to establish a grass roots working colony with a vibrant marketplace for “Art created in Delray Beach”. This exciting new, warehouse arts area is in the Pineapple Grove Arts District in downtown Delray Beach. Check out our new website- ArtistsAlleyDelray.com

 

LOCATION – The alley runs north and south between NE 3rd and 4th Streets, east of 3rd Avenue and west of the RR tracks.

EASY DIRECTIONS – From Atlantic Ave. go north on Federal Hwy., go west on NE 4th St., cross the RR tracks, go 80 feet and make a left into Artists Alley. Make your second or third left into the warehouses. You can print a map at www.CacaceArt.com

FREE PARKING – in the city lot on NE 3rd Avenue just south of NE 4th St. This is the best parking for our events. It’s a well lit parking lot a half a block away.

FREE SHUTTLE TO AND FROM DOWNTOWN – For a quick and courteous service, call the Downtowner for a FREE ride from anywhere in Downtown Delray. 561-702-8519

 

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

Steve Blackwood Creates “Timeless” Memories

 Steve Blackwood’s clocks offer a special insight into his fertile and creative mind.  The Rickie Report loves that his work is functional, nostalgic and artistic all at the same time!  His creations are based on memories and a fascination with science fiction.  What he brings to us is unique objects, where “time” has more meaning than just the hands on the clock.  Steve’s studio is located in Artists Alley in Delray Beach.  Don’t miss December 19th’s Open Studios and a chance to buy one of Steve’s limited edition clocks in his Collector Series!  More details are in this article.

 

Steve Blackwood

 

  

Artists Alley

 

OPEN STUDIOS

 

Thursday, December 19, 2013

 

6 – 9 pm

 

 

 

Steve Blackwood recently opened his own working studio within Artists’ Alley.  He also shows his work at Cacace Fine Art, a few steps away.  Artists’ Alley Studios and Galleries are open Saturdays 12:00 – 5:00 pm, but the best time to visit is the third Thursday of each month, when everyone is open. Be there on December 19 from 6:00 – 9:00 pm. You can wander in and out of small and large spaces, speak with the artists and gain some insight into their amazing work. 

 

 

 

Steve is eager to talk about the parts of objects which he has combined with other objects and created the most whimsical time pieces ever imagined. A graduate of the Art Institute of Chicago, he has melded his passion for artistry with his long-time fascination with mechanics. His earlier clocks include a highly polished metal and neon with sleek contemporary designs which were featured in Niche Magazine. Collectors from around the world seek Steve out because his clocks are just unique!

 

Cowboy Steve

Cowboy Steve

 

 

Steve’s work is shown at galleries around the country, but Delray Beach is “home”.   His pieces are in the permanent collections of the Art Institute of Chicago and the U.S. Art and Embassies Collection and private collections.

 

"My First Rocket"

“My First Rocket”

 

 

Steve’s new work is the largest and perhaps most thought provoking yet. At 123 inches tall,  his time machine titled “My First Rocket” is overwhelming when you first see it. 

 

 

NASA Steve

NASA Steve

 

“At the age of five I was introduced to rocket ships at a NASA display. I was hooked on space travel and the adventures that I would have. My cowboy suit was now set aside for space travels…”My First Rocket” is a piece that represents the amazing adventures and travels I had as a boy, come to life. A machine that has a thousand stories to tell”, Steve shares with us.

 

Another view of "My First Rocket"

Another view of “My First Rocket”

 

 

“A thick 600 volt power cord drives two propellers; a travel gear spins a warp drive forward and reverse in time and wings unfold to guide the journey. At the top lives the moon which of course is made of cheese!”, he explains.   (A 1905 patent plate and lucky #47 cow tag is incorporated for rocket licensing purposes).

 

"Americana"

“Americana”

 

“My Americana clock pays tribute to the things I saw growing up as a kid like a barber shop, baby carriage parts, tractor stuff on the farm lands of  Midwestern DeKalb, IL. Stuff you just don’t see anymore….My work keeps getting bigger. I love this scale. When I was a kid everything around me was so big.  I just love building machines that makes people smile and remember their fond journeys in life”, he says.

 

 

"Time Travel" and "Flash"

“Time Travel” and “Flash”

 

 

Steve has created paper cut out clocks for the Holiday season from two of his most popular clocks: “Time Traveler” and “Flash”. They are a limited, signed edition of 50 and he will be producing different ones throughout the year as part of a Collectable Series.   They are available at Blackwood studio/gallery and at Cacace Fine Art where Steve’s large clocks can be seen.  Both galleries are in Artists Alley.

 

 

To contact Steve Blackwood: SteveBlackwoodStudio.com (561) 542-1311.   Or contact Cacace Fine Art (561) 276-1177.

 

ARTISTS ALLEY is an independent group of accomplished artists collaborating to establish a grass roots working colony with a vibrant marketplace for “Art created in Delray Beach”. This exciting new, warehouse arts area is in the Pineapple Grove Arts District in downtown Delray Beach. Check out the website- ArtistsAlleyDelray.com

LOCATION – The alley runs north and south between NE 3rd and 4th Streets, east of 3rd Avenue and west of the RR tracks.

EASY DIRECTIONS – From Atlantic Ave. go north on Federal Hwy., go west on NE 4th St., cross the RR tracks, go 80 feet and make a left into Artists Alley. Make your second or third left into the warehouses. You can print a map at www.CacaceArt.com

FREE PARKING – in the city lot on NE 3rd Avenue just south of NE 4th St. This is the best parking for our events. It’s a well lit parking lot a half a block away.

 

 

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

New Art and Artists in Artists Alley! Open Studios Beckon!

The Rickie Report is pleased to share lots of exciting new art and artists in Artists Alley, Delray Beach!   There is a special Open Studio event on Thursday, September 19th.  We hope you will stop by and meet the artists!  There is nothing like meeting the artist who creates the work that you love and appreciate.  More details are in this article.

 

ARTISTS ALLEY

OPEN STUDIOS

Thursday, September 19, 2013

 

6 – 9 pm

 

Some of the Artists of Artists Alley

A Few of the Artists of Artists Alley

 

 

 

There’s lots of exciting new art in Artists Alley!

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Tullos Studios

 

TULLOS STUDIOS– Steve Blackwood, whose work is displayed at Cacace Fine Art, has created a beautiful studio building called Tullos Studios. This is the blue building that houses pioneer Amanda Johnson’s space. At the Blackwood Studio you’ll find Steve’s working studio along with the stained glass studio of Carola Blackwood and a pleasant studio gallery. In the studio gallery, Diane Carter will be showing her intimate nature photography and there will be a retrospective exhibit of the reverse-painted windows of outsider artist Mark Adams. We’re also delighted to welcome the talents of the painters, Ona Steele and Jan Murphy who have set-up their new studios in Tullos Studios.   Another great addition to the alley is the beautiful new space of Pat Kaufman in the back of Ian Levinson’s Cloud House Pottery.

 

 

A. Funk Studioetsy.com/shop/afunkstudio, 718-312-2304

Amanda Johnsonetsy.com/shop/AmandaChristabel, 443-823-5057

Amy ReshefskyAmyReshefsky.com, 561-289-4542, 819-681-6769

Blackwood Studiodelrayartist@yahoo.com, 561-542-1311
-Steve & Carola Blackwood, Dekin Blackwood, Diane Carter, Mark Adams

Cacace Fine ArtCacaceArt.com, 561-276-1177                                                        Vincent J. Cacace, James P. Kerr, Steve Blackwood, Alene Egol

Cloud House PotteryCloudHousePottery.com, 561-862-9222                                        Ian Levinson, Ellen Levinson, Pat Kaufman

Jan Murphy Studiodolgevillemill@yahoo.com

Jeff Whyman Studio, 314 NE 3rd Ave., 561-322-8867

Laszlo’s Painting StudioLaszloJanoska.com, 561-330-2203

Linda White GalleryBocaArtGallery.com, 561-394-2833
-Eric Bossik, Rebecca Kline, Harry McCormick, Jane Bazinet, Lenore Robbins, Jean Pierre Rouselet

 Ona Steele Studioonasteele.com, 561-901-2350

Pat Kaufman Art, patkaufmanart.com, 561-272-4260

 Robert Schmidt Stained Glassschmidtstainedglass.com, 561-400-8841

Vladimir Prodanovich StudioVPstudios.net, 305-304-2120

 

 

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ARTISTS ALLEY is an independent group of accomplished artists collaborating to establish a grass roots working colony with a vibrant marketplace for “Art created in Delray Beach”. This exciting new, warehouse arts area is in the Pineapple Grove Arts District in downtown Delray Beach. Check out our new website- ArtistsAlleyDelray.com

 

LOCATION – The alley runs north and south between NE 3rd and 4th Streets, east of 3rd Avenue and west of the RR tracks.

EASY DIRECTIONS – From Atlantic Ave. go north on Federal Hwy., go west on NE 4th St., cross the RR tracks, go 80 feet and make a left into Artists Alley. Make your second or third left into the warehouses. You can print a map at www.CacaceArt.com

FREE PARKING – in the city lot on NE 3rd Avenue just south of NE 4th St. This is the best parking for our events. It’s a well lit parking lot a half a block away.

FREE SHUTTLE TO AND FROM DOWNTOWN – For a quick and courteous service, call the Downtowner for a FREE ride from anywhere in Downtown Delray. 561-702-8519

 

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

Presenting New Works and New Artists at Artists Alley

The Rickie Report is pleased to share this article with you because we always enjoy seeing the efforts of community-based artists.  Artists Alley is giving you a sneak peek before their Open Studios with some new works.  You’ll also have the opportunity to meet some of the new artists in the neighborhood!  Be there on July 18th!

 

 

 Meet the Artists:

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ARTISTS ALLEY

OPEN STUDIOS

Thursday, July 18th

6 – 9 pm

 

 

Delray Beach continues a long-time tradition, with a new flourish of artists setting up their studios in Artists Alley and creating beautiful art right here in downtown. 

 

Eric Bossik,  The Bossik Academy of Fine Art located in the

Linda White Gallery

 

Eric Bossik offers ongoing Classical Charcoal Drawing and Oil Painting courses at the Bossik Academy of Fine Art.
 

Still Life Clementines

Still Life With Clementines by Eric Bossik  Oil on Canvas  9″ x 12″

 

Abby Funk,  A Funk Studio

 

Wood-Fired

Wood-Fired Ceramics by Abbey Funk

 

 
Amanda Johnson 
One of Amanda’s “Precious Metal” series.
Precious Metal Series, "Red"

Precious Metal Series, “Red”  24 x 24  Oil and Acrylic on Canvas by Amanda Johnson

Water color by Pat Kaufman one of our New Artist’s
Her studio is in the back half of Cloud House Pottery
"Life Living On The Beach"

“Life Living On The Beach” by Pat Kaufman

Ellen Starr Levinson
Ellen works at Cloud House Pottery
"Lion"

“The King” by Ellen Starr Levinson 30 x 40 Acrylic

Ian Levinson has been a ceramic artist since 1981.
He teaches classes at his studio, Cloud House Pottery
Come in and see all his functional & one of a kind pieces
Ian Levinson's Functional and Decorative Pottery

Ian Levinson’s Functional and Decorative Pottery

Welcome Robert J. Schmidt, Owner of Schmidt Stained Glass to Artists Alley.
This is a 2 dimensional fused, leaded and copper foiled art glass panel.  This window incorporates a flattened Van Gogh Blue vodka bottle.  Perfect for any restaurant or home bar.
Stained Glass by Robert Schmidt

Stained Glass by Robert Schmidt  22 x 24 framed in Black Lacquered Wood

Come and be inspired and amazed with the talents of your hometown artists and support this evolving art colony.

 

ARTISTS ALLEY is an independent group of accomplished artists collaborating to establish a grass roots working colony with a vibrant marketplace for “Art created in Delray Beach”. This exciting new, warehouse arts area is in the Pineapple Grove Arts District in downtown Delray Beach.Check out our new website- ArtistsAlleyDelray.comLOCATION – The alley runs north and south between NE 3rd and 4th Streets, east of 3rd Avenue and west of the RR tracks.EASY DIRECTIONS – From Atlantic Ave. go north on Federal Hwy., go west on NE 4th St., cross the RR tracks, go 80 feet and make a left into Artists Alley. Make your second or third left into the warehouses.FREE PARKING – in the city lot on NE 3rd Avenue just south of NE 4th St. This is the best parking for our events. It’s a well lit parking lot a half a block away.FREE SHUTTLE TO AND FROM DOWNTOWN – For a quick and courteous service, call the Downtowner for a FREE ride from anywhere in Downtown Delray. 561-702-8519
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A. Funk Studio, etsy.com/shop/afunkstudio, 718-312-2304

Amanda Johnson, etsy.com/shop/AmandaChristabel, 443-823-5057
-Madeline Gallo 

Amy Reshefsky, AmyReshefsky.com, 561-289-4542, 819-681-6769

Bob Schmidt Stained Glass bob@schmidtstainedglass.com
 561-400-8841

Cacace Fine Art, CacaceArt.com,cacacefineart@icloud.com   561-276-1177 or 561-523-5300

-Vincent J. Cacace, James P. Kerr, Steve Blackwood, Valerie Vescovi, Alene Egol

Cloud House Pottery, CloudHousePottery.com, 561-862-9222
-Ian Levinson, Ellen Levinson, Pat Kaufman

Eric Bossik  FloridaArtClasses.com 561-900-8695

Jeff Whyman Studio, on 3rd Ave. next to Brenda’s Birds, 561-322-8867

Laszlo’s Painting Studio, LaszloJanoska.com, 561-330-2203

Linda White Gallery, BocaArtGallery.com, 561-394-2833
-Eric Bossik, Rebecca Kline, Harry McCormick, Jane Bazinet, Lenore Robbins, Jean Pierre Rouselet

Pat Kaufman  patkaufmanart.com  561-272-4260

Vladimir Prodanovich Studio, VPstudios.net, 305-304-2120

 

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

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