There’s a vibrant art scene in the Palm Beaches and it’s anchored by a growing number of galleries and cultural museums. Here are a few that you might enjoy.
In the heart of West Palm Beach’s Art’s District in Northwood Village, Arthouse 429 is designed to house a wide variety of contemporary pieces, including painted works and freeform installations from artists such as Anon, Joel Cohen and Mary Coyle. Explore the outdoor sculpture garden, or enjoy the view from this gallery’s reception area on the second level outdoor terrace.
Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, the former home to sculptor Ann Weaver Norton, displays more than 100 original works, including nine monumental sculptures. The Gardens were designed by Ann Norton and Sir Peter Smithers with the largest tract of garden containing her great brick sculptures.
Abstract and conceptual sculptures decorate the enclosed exterior gardens of Gallery Biba as similarly modish works of the central gallery. Many of the modern and contemporary art paintings, sculptures and works on paper in the gallery were created by some of the leading minds in progressive art movements, including Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg and Andy Warhol.
With more than 40 years of experience in the world of fine arts, the Russeck Gallery prides itself in its collection of 20th century American and European works. Its respect for tradition is balanced by the vision to accept and celebrate artistic imaginations of the future. Paintings, sculptures and works on paper fill the gallery from the brilliant minds of Salvador Dali, Keith Haring and Roy Lichtenstein.
Norton Museum of Art Experience
Norton Museum of Art Experience exhibitions and a collection of American, Chinese, Contemporary and European Art on display. Since its founding in 1941, the Museum has been acclaimed for showing masterpieces by Gaugin, Monet and Picasso. Its Chinese Collection is considered among the best in the world, and its photography collection spans the history of the medium.