Call for Palm Beach International Airport Art In Public Places. New Exhibit Deadline Is Friday, June 24, 2022

The Rickie Report shares the details for a Call to Artists who reside in Palm Beach County.  The Palm Beach International Airport and Palm Beach County Art in Public Places is open for entries to “Fly. Soar. Leap. Exhibition”. The deadline for applications is Friday, June 24, 2022.  We can’t wait to celebrate your acceptance!

 

 

 

 

CLICK HERE:

https://discover.pbcgov.org/fdo/art/Pages/Calls-to-Artists.aspx

 

 

 

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR QUESTIONS:

Elayna Toby Singer, Palm Beach County Art in Public Places Administrator (561) 233-0235, esinger@pbcgov.org

 

 

 

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Digital, Free Hand Painting, Stitched Fiber Arts And Beading Takes Lynn Doyal’s Artistry To New Dimensions In “Joined Together: Spiritual And Artistic Directions” Now Exhibiting At Palm Beach Atlantic University Through August 10, 2022

Artist Lynn Doyal‘s technique of combining various media such as digital photography, painting, fiber hand stitching, and beading is exclusive to her creative process. Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Warren Library Gallery features Lynn’s artistry now through August 10, 2022. While the Library is open to the public, we suggest you contact Lynn to schedule a free tour of the exhibit so you can ask questions of the artist herself ! The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks. This is a perfect art event for all ages to get their own creative juices flowing!

 

 

 

 

 

Palm    Beach    Atlantic    University    – Warren    Library    Gallery

 

 

 

L y n n    D o y a l    in   a   S o l o    E x h i b i t i o n !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exhibit Dates:

NOW  through August  10, 2022

While the Library is open to the public, we suggest you contact Lynn for a free tour of the exhibit so you can ask questions of the artist herself ! 

Gallery  Hours  are  from  8 am to 6 pm   Daily

Closed Weekends

Call to confirm times 561-803-2425

 

 

 

 

Contact   Lynn   for   a   Free   Tour:

LynnMDoyal@gmail.com

 

 

 

  Warren Library

 

 

Palm Beach Atlantic University

300 Pembroke Place          W. Palm Beach, FL

561-803-2226

“This marriage of image, technique and materials is distinctive and causes people to talk about what they are seeing because there is nothing else like it.”  Lynn Doyal

 

 

 

“Hannah” by Lynn Doyal

 

 

From realistic to representational to abstract, these artworks are a splendid fusion of contemporary design with a reverence for the techniques of the past.  Lynn Doyal’s technique of combining various media such as digital photography, painting, fiber hand stitching, and beading are exclusive to her creative process, resulting in artworks that engage the viewer on multiple levels.

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Neon Shells” by Lynn Doyal 

 

 

 

 

Due to the intricate number of details in each painting, Lynn’s work is best viewed up close in order to appreciate the fine workmanship. Many of her works are scanned, enlarged and digitalized allowing for a more abstract and dramatic experience. She delights in the different impact the same image can have when size is introduced as an additional element.

 

 

 

 

 

“Enter By The Narrow Gate” by Lynn Doyal 

 

 

Lynn tells The Rickie Report, “All my work is initially created on canvas incorporating a digital image and/or “free-hand” painting.  I go back into the image using hand stitched fiber threads and beading to bring a textural element to the artwork.  This canvas is then photographed in high definition and digitized so that the image can be output on a variety of surfaces including glass, metal, canvas, tile, and vinyl – which allows for SCALE to become an essential element in the visual experience.  The unique way in which the artwork is photographed and digitized yield 2-D images that look 3-D.  Seeing the detailed hand crafting and brush strokes is an experience that most every viewer describes as “Cool!” because it fools the eye.  There is nothing else like it!

 

 

 

 

 

“Dew From Heaven” by Lynn Doyal

 

 

While it is natural to try and visually link the Biblical artwork titles with the image, the artwork titles follow my spiritual direction, whereas my visual imagery is reflective of my artistic direction”. Lynn Doyal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Glorious  Things Are Spoken” by Lynn Doyal 

 

 

 

As an established studio artist, Lynn’s interest to create Public Art began in 2016 when she became a volunteer for Palm Beach County Art in Public Places program.  “Simultaneously, I started an apprenticeship with a professional Public Artist. These opportunities afforded a wealth of information into the public art realm. I have since received several public art commissions and am advancing my career in this industry”.

 

 

 

 

“Hibiscus” by Lynn Doyal 

 

 

 

 

Lynn’s artistry has been seen at galleries and exhibitions in Florida, New York City, and countless places in between.  She is a member of Florida Association of Public Art Professionals (FAPAP), Wellington Art Society, Wellington, FL.  A native Floridian, born in Miami, Lynn resides in Boca Raton.

 

 

For more information contact Lynn Doyal 

Email:           LynnMDoyal@gmail.com

Instagram:  @MixedMediaByLynn

Website:   www.MixedMediaByLynn.com

Phone:         561-251-0806

 

 

 

 

 

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Noelle McCarthy’s Endless Curiosity With Nature Can Be Seen At New Solo Exhibit At Eissey Campus Theatre Lobby Gallery In Palm Beach Gardens

Noelle McCarthy‘s “A Tribute to Nature” a Solo Art Exhibit brings the viewer up close with some stunning images. The Eissey Campus Theatre Lobby Gallery  exhibit opens April 2 and runs through May 1, 2022.  From her colorations to her innate understanding of her subjects, this Free Exhibit is not to be missed!  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Noelle McCarthy, based in Delray Beach, FL. was born and raised in Clifden, Ireland, a small rural town on Ireland’s remote and rugged west coast known as “The Wild Atlantic Way”.  As a child she was surrounded by nature, many pets, seaside trips, mushroom picking in the fields with her Dad, and Sunday drives in the countryside with her Mom.  “I was captivated by art and any type of creativity at school, although art classes were few and far between.  In my teens, I was immersed in the horse culture going to shows and enjoying rides in the woods and open fields in Graiguenamanagh.  I later moved to Dublin to work as a Secretary and attend the College of Marketing and Design at night.  Wanderlust struck and then I just had to travel and did so for years, starting by working in Paris, London, Asia, Thailand and Australia and eventually ended up settling in the US”.

 

 

 

 

 

“Cactus Sunburst” by Noelle McCarthy

 

 

 

Her interest in art blossomed during classes with Talin Lyman.  With a curiosity and deep connection with nature, her mission is to bring awareness to the need to protect and preserve wildlife and their habitats. Noelle’s first commission was to paint 100 Hibiscus Blooms for the remodel of The Colony Hotel in Palm Beach, FL. A regular in Juried Group Art Exhibits, this is Noelle’s first Solo Exhibition – “A Tribute to Nature”.

 

 

 

 

Noelle tells The Rickie Report, ” With each painting there is always something that catches my eye, whether it is a pose or stance, striking color, or composition. My paintings are very personal and related to a meaningful worthy cause. The emotion can be empathy towards an animal and my desire to help, or it can be just a peaceful scene that I don’t want to leave behind.  As I explore the natural world I anticipate what my next creation will be.   Each painting is like an extension of me and there’s no better honor than for others to see or feel what I am trying to convey while appreciating nature’s beauty.  I want viewers to be touched by an inner connection that translates to their own lives.”

 

 

 

“Flamingo Stand Tall” by Noelle McCarthy

 

 

 

Working and traveling throughout Europe, Asia and Australia provided her with influences of diverse landscapes. Noelle loves the adventure of exploring and trips to the Everglades, Wildlife Refuges and Sanctuaries provide endless inspiration. She paints en plein air on Everglades Day annually at Arthur R. Marshall National Wildlife Refuge and takes part in Endangered Exhibitions supporting wildlife organizations.  She shares, “I participate annually in the Center for Great Apes Endangered Art Contest, to promote and support their efforts to save animals”.

 

 

 

Painting in acrylic works well for her as it allows Noelle to paint boldly and vibrantly (and she likes that it dries quickly, so that colors can be layered with less wait time and with more control of the texture and consistency). Noelle’s painting compositions vary from up close and personal, to wide open landscapes leading you in. She is drawn to color, flow and movement and her style is Interpretative Realism sharing highly detailed subjects, but her work remains Expressive.  Attending an Artist Residency at Desert Mountain Retreat in New Mexico provided peace, solitude and much inspiration while experiencing the landscape of Georgia O’Keefe who she admires, along with South African wildlife artist, James Stroud.

 

 

 

“New Year’s Sunrise” by Noelle McCarthy

 

 

Noelle was featured in New Times “10 Best Visual Artists in Palm Beach County” and most recently featured in “Art Adventures of the Palm Beaches ‐ The Art of Making Place” TV show and currently LIVE “Creativity Takes Flight” show on PBC TV Channel 20. She is a member of  Artists of Palm Beach County, Plein Air Palm Beach Meet Ups, Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, and Friends of Arthur R. Marshall National Wildlife Refuge.

 

 

 

“Home Sweet Osprey” by Noelle McCarthy

 

 

 

Noelle’s artwork can be seen at the The FLOW Exhibition at Palm Beach International Airport Art Gallery through June 13, 2022 – celebrating the beauty, mystery, joy and life-sustaining benefits there are to experience throughout Palm Beach County’s diverse aquatic ecosystems. She is also in the Member’s Exhibit, Artists of Palm Beach County at Artworks, Northwood, now through April 11, 2022.

 

 

Awards:

 

  • 2019 at Arthur R. Marshall National Wildlife Refuge Annual “Loxahatchee Visions” Art Contest (Judge’s Honorable Mention for “New Year’s Sunset”).
  • 2019 at Artists of Palm Beach County “Members Exhibit” (Judge’s Honorable Mention for “Great Falls Reflections” and Featured Artist in  “Members Choice” Exhibit – for “Elephants in the Wild” & “Malayan Tiger”)
  • 2020 during the pandemic, “Home Away from Home” and “Chicklet” created during quarantine were incorporated into “Alone Together” a Corona Crisis Collage Exhibit by Artist Sharon Koskoff, a 164 piece collage mural at The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County.  Prints were sold to support the Council’s Artist Relief Fund. The collage can be seen “In Person” for the first time at Hatch 1121, LULA Art Gallery April 29 – June 13, 2022.
  • 2020 “Koala Care” in the Endangered Online Exhibition (Highly Commended Gallery).

 

 

 

For more information about this exhibit or to see Noelle’s other artworks:

 

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View New Collection Of Jewelry By Annemieke Broenink And Monies Collection At Whitespace With Special Trunk Show

Elayne Mordes of Whitespace The Mordes Collection announces an exciting new collection of jewelry pieces by the internationally renown artist, Annemieke Broenink and the Spring/Summer Collection by Monies.  The Trunk Show begins Monday, March 28 and continues on Thursday, March 31 and Saturday, April 2, 2022.  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learn more about Whitespace Collection

 

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Are You An Art, Wellness, Or Mindfulness Vendor? It’s Time To Apply To Apply To ZAM Fest

ZAM Fest is looking for art, wellness, or mindfulness vendors for this one-of-a-kind festival on Saturday, April 23 and Sunday, April 24 in Port St. Lucie. Nowhere else in Florida will you find a festival that combines artists and wellness professionals in one unforgettable event! A plus, this year is increased visitors as national acts like Diamond Rio and Tone Loc perform in the evening. The Rickie Report shares the details. Last year most of the vendors sold out!

 

 

 

 

Saturday, April 23    &    Sunday, April 24, 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

At   MIDFLORIDA   Event   Center

9221 SE Civic Center Place       Port St. Lucie, FL

 

 

 

 

Check out what our vendors were saying last year: https://youtu.be/K3SXy31apJM.  

 

 

 

Thanks to the partnership with the city of Pt. St. Lucie, vendors will enjoy the benefits of both quality and quantity at ZAM Fest in 2022!   

 

 

 

The day will be filled with people coming to enjoy our great events, performances and workshops which will bring a steady stream of traffic to our vendors.  The evening will bring a dramatic increase in traffic with those who will come later for the national acts, like Diamond Rio and Tone Loc, that the city of PSL has lined up.  Because we want our vendors to be staged for success for this event, vendors will be requested to keep their tents open until 8 pm when the concerts begin.  This will allow vendors to maximize the earning and exposure potential of ZAM Fest.

No breakdown or transport of materials will be permitted before 8 pm.

 

 

Learn more and apply: https://artstlucie.org/art-zen-fest

 

For more information about anything mentioned in this article, new initiatives you would like to propose, or to make a comment:

 

artstlucie.org

St. Lucie Cultural Alliance 

2300 Virginia Avenue, Fort Pierce, FL 34982

 (772) 462-2783

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Palm Beach Atlantic University Tauni De Lesseps Gallery Features Diane Prater In Solo Exhibit In The Warren Library. View “Dream Shells: Divinely Inspired Treasures From The Heart Of The Sea” Now Through April 14, 2022

The Tauni de Lesseps Gallery in the Warren Library of Palm Beach Atlantic University is hosting Diane Prater,  “The Palm Beach Watercolorist” now through Thursday, April 14, 2022 for a Solo Exhibit.  “Dream Shells” Divinely Inspired Treasures From the Heart of the Sea showcases realistic representations of world-wide specimen shells against brilliant abstract backgrounds in a manner generally atypical of transparent watercolor. While the Library is open to the public, we suggest you contact Diane to schedule a free tour of the exhibit so you can ask questions of the artist herself !  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.

 

“DREAM    SHELLS”

Divinely    Inspired    Treasures

From   the   Heart   of   the   Sea

 

 

 

Diane Prater examining her artwork

 

 

Exhibit Dates:

NOW through Thursday, April 14, 2022

 

 

Contact Diane for a Free Tour: diane_prater@hotmail.com

 

 

  Warren Library

Tauni de Lesseps Gallery

 

 

Palm Beach Atlantic University

300 Pembroke Place          W. Palm Beach, FL

561-803-2226

 

 

 

“American Beauties III” by Diane Prater – 40″ x 52″

 

 

Diane Prater’s formal art training at the University of Connecticut School of Fine Arts (Storrs, CT) was the beginning of sharing her passion of the world around her.  Diane tells The Rickie Report, ” The thing I love about working in watercolor is the latitude this medium affords. Each of my paintings is a collaboration of extremes – the abstraction of a chaotic but controlled flow juxtaposed to a sharply realistic rendering of a featured shell or complimentary grouping of shells. The mixture of pigment, water and light creates never-ending combinations and limitless possibilities! Whether the theme of a particular work involves water above in the form of clouds, or water below as ocean current, it is water in all its forms – in subject, background and the medium in which they are expressed that attracts me to watercolor”.

 

 

 

Transparent   Watercolor   Painter 

–  Representational   Images –

Brilliant   Abstract   Backgrounds

 

 

 

 

“Down Under Wonders” by Diane Prater – 29″ x 41″

 

 

 

Diane’s  large scale original work includes realistic representations of world-wide specimen shells against brilliant abstract backgrounds in a manner generally atypical of transparent medium. Large scale original work include: 60″ x 40″, 41″ x 29″, and 30″ x 22″ size work on 100% cotton content paper. She re-emerged artistically after 13 months of personal rediscovery beginning August 2008 and exited this period of introspection a more prolific painter with clearer life purpose and more focused artistic direction. During the past several years, Diane worked on compiling a large body of work, engaging with the community and exhibiting.

 

 

Why   The    Seashell ?

 

 

The seashell – marine mollusks and bivalves – deserve our attention and admiration. How frequently we’ve seen shells portrayed whimsically in paintings or as decorative art, with a brief brushstroke here, a bare suggestion there. We know what it is after all – just a shell – a less important component of a vastly more important marine ecosystem.

 

 

 

“Mermaid Combs” by Diane Prater – 40″ x 60″

 

 

Upon closer inspection, however, we detect divine inspiration. Shells display the same amazing engineering expressed in a spider’s web or the arrangement of petals in a rose. Impressive geometry and complex algorithms form exquisite designs as graceful curves, spines, and spirals. Breathtaking colors join in lovely, and often surprising combinations. How could these features escape our notice or the shell itself be relegated to “less than important” status?

 

 

 

 
“Angel Wings I” by Diane Prater – 22″ x 30″
 
 

 

Shells are not just symbolic of ocean themes. They’re indicative of Divine engineering and a well conceived blueprint. Often delicate yet strong enough to withstand ocean forces; beautiful as they are  functional and so  artistically crafted to truly inspire awe! For all these reasons I chose to focus on the seashell for this body of work.

 

 

 

Diane Prater with one of her large scale paintings

 

 

Diane transitioned from freelance watercolor illustration back to fine art painting creating art purchased and/or commissioned by private collectors. A selection of recent work was on long term loan in Sachs Hall at Palm Beach Atlantic University July 2018 – July 2020. Diane’s artworks have been seen in local exhibits and private collections. She was invited to show her artworks at Palm Beach Gardens Municipal City Hall (June, 2019).

 

 

In  addition  to  Exhibiting  I  Also  Teach  Watercolor…

 

 

 

Diane is currently teaching Watercolor for the College of the Arts at Palm Beach Atlantic University’s West Palm Beach campus. The class is held Monday and Wednesday mornings from 9-11 a.m. in the Visual Arts Studio, and currently only offered to students enrolled through the University. Her emphasis has been on creating large scale watercolor paintings for exhibit and sale through my own art production company. That being said,  she tells The Rickie Report, “I teach this class because of my love for the medium and a desire to pass on my knowledge and skill to another generation of painters. Several of my students have never explored watercolor previously, and many are surprised at the progress they make over the span of the course”. 

 

 

Contact Diane for a Free Tour: diane_prater@hotmail.com

 

For more information about this exhibit, classes, or purchasing ORIGINAL WATERCOLORS, FINE ART REPRODUCTIONS, or LIMITED EDITION POSTERS:

 

Dianeprater.com

Diane_Prater@hotmail.com

561.252.0871

 

 

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Free Admission To Martin County Open Studio Tour 2022 Features 45 Artists In 25 Studios Saturday, March 5 And Sunday, March 6

The 6th Annual Martin County Open Studio Tour (MCOST) on Saturday, March 5 & Sunday, March 6, 2022 will feature 45 artists in 25 studios!  Enjoy this Free event and watch the artists creating their work, interact with them, learn about how they create and see what materials they use. Some will offer refreshments and special surprises! Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of the thriving arts scene in Martin County!  Meet the artists, ask questions, explore new venues and see their newest drawings, watercolors, oils, mixed media, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, and fiber arts that they will be displaying and selling.  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

MARTIN      COUNTY      OPEN      STUDIO      TOUR

 

 

Saturday,  March   5   &   Sunday,  March 6,   2022  

 

~FREE     To     ATTEND~

 

10 am – 5 pm    each   day

 

MARTIN     COUNTY,   FL

 

MCOST.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eduardo Gomez

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jeanine Baum

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Daffodil Dress” by Jacquelyn Roesch-Sanchez

 

 

The  Artists:

 

Jane Lawton Baldridge

Chris Kling

Sue Klahne

Dinija Berkien

Mallo Bisset

Tepa Charles

Chad Periman

Chloey Griffin

Carolyn Walsh

Jacquelyn Roesch-Sanchez

Maria Miele

Jordan Silvia

Renee Keil

Carol Kepp

Sheryl Levine

Sally Browning Pearson

Jim & Tess Dirks

Cheryl Coté

Diana Rell Dean

Suzanne Connors

Billie Jo Thomson

Eduardo Gomez

Kimberly Beltrame

Torenzo Ganaway

Michaelann Bellerjeau

Deborah Bottorff

Lynn Morgan

MJ Dowling

Mark Stall

Laura Kay Darvill

Angela Krogen

Curt Whiticar Collection

Danuta Rothschild

Janis Clary

Geoffrey C. Smith

Barb Bucci

James J. DeMartis Collection

Ed Douglas

Judi LeBlanc

Robin Marshall

Raymond Reiland

Debra Terrio

Cynthia Cooper

Martha Quigley

 

 

 

 

PLEASE  NOTE:  STUDIO THREE WILL NOT BE OPEN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Don’t miss this chance to discover a treasure of your own!

 

 

 

Lynn Morgan

 

 

 

 

 

A free tour booklet is provided by the Martin Artisans Guild that lists the artists and their studios with examples of their work.

 

 

Michaelann Bellerjeau

 

 

 

 

Here are some of the locations where you can get a guide book:

*Harbor Ridge*Fox Club* Club Vista Pines* Monarch Country Club* Stuart Coffee* Morningside Pools* Down to Earth Yoga* Stuart Sailing Charter* Taiyo Sushi* Rufino’s Pizza* Roma Pizza* Tivoli Pizza* Perfect Smile Dental* Gypsea* Cotton Island* One Price Cleaners* Salon Appearances* Port St. Lucie Art League* Wagnolias* Twinkles* Elle Salon* UBS Financial* Key West Diner* Circle Bay Yacht Club* Monterey Golf and Yacht Club* Palm Cove Community Center* The Butcher Shop* Harper’s Pub* Armory Art Center

 

 

 

For more information:

 

info@MCOST.org

mcost.org

 

 

 

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Rolando Chang Barrero Presents “Future In Focus” As The Box Gallery Explores CRISPR, Ethics, Remediation, Adaptation, And The Possibility Of Future Eugenics

Curator, Rolando Chang Barrero presents a fine art exhibition with our “Future in Focus” at the Box Gallery in West Palm Beach, FL.  The artworks of Tal Danino and Juan Bernal will explore CRISPR, ethics, remediation, adaptation, and the possible re-introduction of eugenics in our future. The public is invited to the Opening Preview on Saturday, February 26, 2022, with a VIP Reception on Wednesday, March 12, 2022 and a roundtable discussion TBA.  The exhibit is available through March 30, 2022. The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Box Gallery

811 Belvedere Road    West Palm Beach, Florida 33405

F R E E       T I C K E T S:

Tal Danino, whose research and work explores the emerging field of synthetic biology, focusing on engineering bacteria gene circuits to create novel behaviors that have biomedical applications.  The interaction of microbes and tumors is a major target of his work, where DNA sequences and synthetic biology approaches are used to program bacteria as diagnostics and therapeutics in cancer. Danino also brings this science outside the laboratory as a TED Fellow and through various science-art projects.

Danino creates visual art involving bacteria and cells and encompassing various themes, often exploring the relationship of humans to microorganisms. His works have gained significant attention and have been featured in the New York Times, The Atlantic, and Wired magazine. He has collaborated with artists such as Vik Muniz in the Colonies series, where he developed a photolithography based printing process to create intricate patterns out of both bacterial and cancer cells. Also in collaboration with Vik Muniz and created by Bernardaud was the Petri collection, a set of porcelain dinner plates depicting pathogenic bacteria.Tal has worked with other artists such as Anicka Yi, exploring concepts of biological identity. In Microuniverse, he used artistic processes such as silk screening to display a variety of petri-dish grown bacterial colonies on different color backgrounds to show their wide range of growth morphologies, from rings to fractals.

Juan Bernal, BA. in Architecture Universidad Javeriana, Bogota, Colombia 1976
“My work is about the beauty of Nature and importance of simple things; elements of nature that we usually take for granted, and whose beauty we don’t take time to observe, like a fragment of a leaf, a flower, or the way light is reflected as it strikes a drop of dew. These themes are recreated making emphasis in the geometry of nature’s designs. It is the complexity within the simplicity. The work constitutes an alarm to us all to preserve the environment that we are part of and we are relentlessly destroying, and without which we could not survive…..

Rolando Chang Barrero has established himself as a cultural art leader, founding the Boynton Beach Arts District, co-founder of Art Synergy, the Florida Arts Association, host and founder of Hola Palm Beach the first bilingual art and culture television show in the area. He is the recipient of the Congressional Letter of Commendation and Proclamation for Cultural Leadership.  He serves as curator of The Box Gallery and Compass having received the Best Gallery of 2018 award from the South Florida Gay News.  In the past he has served as Curator/Director of several galleries and currently curates at the Box Gallery in West Palm Beach.  Rolando was recently named as a MUSE Award recipient from the Cultural Council Of Palm Beach County, a prestigious recognition.  

For more information:

The Box Gallery  811 Belvedere Road   West Palm Beach, Florida 33405

www.TheBoxGallery.Info

Read our blog:  http://palmbeachfineartgallery.blogspot.com/

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Join Whitespace Collection For 2022 Opening Featuring Movies Under The Stars, New Folk Art Exhibit, Artists In Residence Wilma Bulkin Siegel & Penni Weinberg, Plus Cōlléct Trunk Show

Begin 2022 by visiting Whitespace Collection and watch a Short Film Collection by Isaac Julien under the stars (weather permitting), see Yvonne Wells’ Folk Quilt Art, peruse Special Exhibits by Dr. Wilma Bulkin Siegel and Penni Weinberg, PLUS shop at the Cōlléct Trunk Show!  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.whitespacecollection.com/season-exhibition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.whitespacecollection.com/season-exhibition

 

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Start Your New Traditions At Whitespace With Short Films, Special Art Exhibits And A Jewelry Sale

Start NEW TRADITIONS by visiting Whitespace The Mordes Collection for all of your gift needs. Enjoy the artwork, Short Film Collection by Isaac Julien, Special Exhibits by Dr. Wilma Bulkin Siegel and Penni Weinberg, PLUS a JEWELRY SALE from Cōlléct!  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learn more about Whitespace Collection

 

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