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Palm Beach residents Kirsten and Ross Parker have opened a new African-themed art gallery called ‘Native Visions’ in the PGA Commons in Palm Beach Gardens.

Parker, who is originally from Zimbabwe, has had a lifelong passion for the art of his homeland. His interest in conservation inspires him to exhibit environmentally themed artwork by artists from southern Africa, as well as from around the world.

Although Native Visions is already currently open, the gallery will host a grand opening celebration on Friday, February 21 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Guests will enjoy South African wines and hors d’oeuvres, and meet world-renowned wildlife sculptor Mopho Gonde. A native of Zimbabwe, Gonde creates carvings of Africa’s wild animals from leadwood – a

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The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County is anchored in historic downtown Lake Worth.  The Cultural Council is Palm Beach County’s endorsed arts agency serving non-profit cultural organizations and professional artists in the county, including:

The Playhouse

The Lake Worth Playhouse, the oldest building on the register of the Art Deco Society of Palm Beach County, has provided 60 years of excellence in the performing arts. It is a venue offering a variety of mainstream and alternative programming, both live and, in its Stonzek Theatre, on film. The Playhouse is one of the oldest surviving examples of this architectural style. It reopened in 1929, adding its neon sign, which may be the oldest still in use in the United States in its original

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The Fine Art and Craft Show is happening this weekend in Jensen Beach has been held for more than a decade in Historic Downtown Jensen Beach, Florida, and is the area’s first fine art and craft show of the new year. Over the years, the outdoor show has maintained a popular authentic art show atmosphere that is warm and friendly.

Featuring unique art galleries, boutiques and fine restaurants, Historic Downtown Jensen Beach is the ideal place for one of the top local art shows of the season.

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Time: 10:00 am

Date: Saturday January 11, 2020 through Sunday January 12, 2020

Location: Jensen Beach Chamber of Commerce

Address: 1960 NE Jensen Beach Blvd, Jensen Beach, FL, 34957

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Beginning on June 16th, 2017, West Palm Beach artist Rene Gibson undertook a project the entire sportfishing and art community has been watching intensely since then. Starting with adorning a single Swarovski Crystal to the tip of the marlin bill, Gibson meticulously placed over 100,000 crystals to create the most brilliantly glistening full-sized taxidermy marlin you will ever see.

Throughout the two-year process, Gibson shared her progress on Instagram for enthusiastic fans, and on June 29th, 2019, Gibson let her daughter place the very last crystal to complete this beautiful piece of art.

“It takes a village to crystal a marlin.” Rene Gibson said, “It’s been a long journey and I want to thank those of you who have followed along. Special thanks

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There’s a vibrant art scene in the Palm Beaches anchored by a growing number of galleries and cultural museums. Here are a few you are sure to enjoy.

Arthouse 429

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

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For art lovers in the Palm Beaches, here are three galleries you will enjoy.

Norton Museum

The Norton Museum of Art boasts a great reputation for its decorated collection of both local and international art. Located in downtown West Palm Beach, the Norton Museum of Art showcases over 7,000 pieces with an emphasis on European, Chinese, and American artists. The museum has gained a large following thanks to its way of engaging visitors with specialty programs and astonishing events. It offers art education programs, workshops, classes and more to people of all ages.

Location: 1451 S Olive Ave, West Palm Beach, Florida. Phone: 561-832-5196

The Society of the Four Arts 

Located on the prestigious island of Palm Beach amongst some of the

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This week, anyone and everyone involved in the art world of producing, commissioning, presenting, preserving, promoting, chronicling, criticizing, and selling fine art will be in Miami. Aside from the pleasing warm weather and charming tropical landscape, South Florida is the host of Art Basel, an art show that brings the international world of art together.

December 5th through the 8th, Art Basel Miami showcases the works from over 250 leading galleries and 4000 artists from North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. Significant work from the masters of modern and contemporary art will be on display in every media imaginable, including paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs, and films.

Over 70,000 visitors flock to Miami each year,

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December is coming and that means cool weather and lots to do. Here are a few fun things for you and your family.


CityPlace is West Palm Beach's premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination. Just a free trolley ride or walk from Clematis Street, you can shop in a place where old-world architecture, beautiful fountains, and sidewalk cafes create a striking atmosphere reminiscent of a European town center.

Clematis Street

Clematis Street is the historical heart of Downtown West Palm Beach. Starting at Flagler Drive on the Intracoastal Waterway, walk west to experience the indigenous flavor of the area's colorful boutiques, nightclubs, live music, restaurants, and historical landmarks. Thursday nights come alive from 6 to

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Downtown Delray Beach is hosting its annual ‘Festival of the Arts’ this Saturday and Sunday. The event features hundreds of creatives displaying and selling all kinds of art ranging from glass, photography, painting, mixed media, fiber, jewelry and much more.

There will also be food and plenty of places to hang out and socializes with other people in the area. This is a perfect event if you are looking for something unique to buy for a friend or family member this Christmas.


The show starts at the entrance of E Atlantic Ave and NE 4th Ave in the heart of downtown. The show will proceed north on NE 4th Ave for two full blocks. The show then heads east on NE 2nd St to SE 5th Ave

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When: Saturday and

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The Norton Museum of Art was founded in 1941 by Ralph H Norton and his wife Elizabeth. Norton was an industrialist in Chicago who headed the Acme Steel Company. The museum came about because him and his wife used to collect items and art to decorate their home.

The couple retired in 1935 and began spending more time in Palm Beach County. Not knowing what to do with their giant art collection and sculptures they decided to create their own museum in West Palm Beach. Construction began on the Norton Gallery and the School of Art in 1940 in West Palm Beach and opened a year later to the public in February of 1941.

Today, the museum’s permanent collection consists of more than 7,600 works in five cultural departments, European, Chinese, American, Contemporary

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