Theo Sable and “Dirty Secrets” at Clay Glass Metal Stone Cooperative Gallery

Is Theo Sable the Leonard DaVinci or the Benjamin Franklin of the art world?  She will be exhibiting at the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery, 15 South J Street in Downtown Lake Worth on Friday, February 21 from 6-9 PM.  Poet, actress, sculptor, jeweler, painter and metal worker… a little bit of everything will be on display in the gallery. She strives for perfection so The Rickie Report urges you to look closely at each component . More information is in this article.

 

Clay Glass Metal Stone Cooperative Gallery

 

Presents

 

Artist Theo Sable and her Dirty Secrets

 

Friday, February 21 /  6-9PM

 

15 South J Street, Downtown Lake Worth

 

Art, Food, Music and Poetry

 

 

 

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Theo will be reading from her book, “Dirty Secrets”, at intervals throughout the evening. Her poems are funny, sad, scandalous, touching and profound.  All of her written and spoken words translate into the visual art she creates.  She is the “complete package.”  Her art collection is sprinkled with tastefully naughty characters parading though a variety of scenes and positions, sure to catch your eye.  Look for the little man in Yoga position.

 

 

"Princess and the Pea"

“Princess and the Pea”

 

A skilled silversmith and jeweler, several cases are filled with her works.  From lost wax cast silver works to wire sculpture pins and earrings, there are no more craftily skilled pieces to be found.  A former gemstone buyer and designer for a prestigious New York shop, she has recreated the style for the gallery with pieces priced to sell.

 

 

"Portrait of a Male in Clay"

“Portrait of a Male in Clay”

 

 

Many of Theo’s paintings, collages and photographs will be on display for this exhibit.  Although a 3-D gallery, members are welcome to display 2-D art as well.  Each medium she works in is executed to perfection.  The wit of her poetry rings true in all of her other works.

 

 

"Baby Atop"

“Baby Atop”

 

ClayGlassMetalStone Cooperative Gallery is sponsored by the Flamingo Clay Studio, a non-profit arts organization whose mission is to provide affordable studio and gallery space for three-dimensional artists.  The gallery is located at 15 South J Street in downtown Lake Worth. Hours are Sunday thru Tuesday, 10AM-5PM. Wednesday thru Saturday, 10AM-10PM.   Gallery openings are the first and third Friday of each month from 6-9 PM with many special events in-between.  For information call Joyce Brown-215-205-9441 or   JCLay6@aol.com.  Gallery phone: 561-588-8344.

 

 

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Arty Steam Punk ( It’s a Movement not a Rock Band)

The Rickie Report loves Steam Punk!  Imaginations flow, historical eras meld, creativity has no glass ceiling!  Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery in Lake Worth is offering an exhibit that you simply cannot miss!

 

 

Clay Glass Metal Stone Cooperative Gallery

Presents

“SteamPunk”

What in the World is That?

Friday, February 1st
6:00PM to 9:00 PM
605 Lake Avenue in Downtown Lake Worth
 
A small group of artists at the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery have long been engaged in the creation of SteamPunk, mixed media art. On Friday evening, February 1st, the gallery will feature these works ranging from unique, intricate jewelry to massive over life size sculptures and wall hangings.  
Karen McGovern: Cicada

Karen McGovern: Cicada

Joyce Brown, Curator, says, “According to eHow, Steampunk art mixes modern ideas and technology with those from the past, namely the Victorian Era.  The genre started with literature but has since evolved to include all art forms.  Steampunk materials are often things found in an old science lab, dumpster or antique shop.  Lots of wood, copper, brass, steel, iron and other heavy metals comprise many of the pieces.  Watch parts, clockworks, rivets, springs, gears and other machinery parts are often incorporated.”
Kelly Manganaro: Statue

Kelly Manganaro: Statue

 The artists in the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery search out both the unique and the mundane elements to recycle into their works of art.  This is truly an ecological, earth friendly expression.
 
Theo Sable: Muse

Theo Sable: Muse

Karen McGovern, founder of Beadkeepers.com is an avid Steampunk artist.  Gathering doll parts, metal cast-offs, dials, butterfly wings, insects, old jewelry and machine parts (only a small sampling of what she collects) Karen comes up with original and desirable jewelry adornments for all parts of the body. Her skill in combination of these objects is unique. It would be unlikely you would find a work of art comparable in design and quality to hers. Karen incorporates mixed and repurposed materials, copper and brass pipe and sheet into her designs, along with found objects, antiquities and botanicals.  She donates sales proceeds from her work to the Rare Species Foundation, her organization which works to save rare species from around the planet from extinction.
 

Karen McGovern: Dad

Karen McGovern: Dad

Kelly Dean Manganaro is a natural born SteamPunk, mixed media artist.  Before the term evolved Kelly collected wood and metal parts, stone and cement, and crafted them into enormous sculptures that make impactful statements outdoors and indoors.  Drawing from his family’s artistic genes, he uses his welding and construction skills to make works that are often wired electrically with light that plays a part in the overall presentation.  An antique dealer as well as sculptor, Kelly is privy to wonderful found objects, a dramatic source in many of his creations. 
 

Kelly Manganaro: Fish

Kelly Manganaro: Fish

Theo Sable is new to the concept of SteamPunk, mixed media, but many of the works she creates fall well within the category.  An actress, recently published poet and sculptor, Theo’s SteamPunk side emerges in the wonderful metal worked jewelry she creates.  A gem designer in the jeweler’s district in New York, Theo incorporates all of her skill and expert metal work designs into this SteamPunk collection.
 

Theo: Dance

Theo Sabel: Dance

Clay Glass Metal Stone Cooperative Gallery is sponsored by the Flamingo Clay Studio, a non-profit arts organization whose mission is to provide affordable studio and gallery space for three-dimensional artists.  The gallery is located at 605 Lake Avenue in downtown Lake Worth. Hours are Sunday thru Tuesday, 9AM-1PM. Wednesday thru Saturday, 9AM-9PM.   Gallery openings are the first and third Friday of each month from 6-9 PM with many special events in-between.  For information call Joyce Brown-215-205-9441 or JCLay6@aol.com.  Gallery phone: 561-588-8344

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