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The Wellington Art Society presents the “Fall for Art” Pop Up Gallery on September 16–18, 2022. The Wellington Art Society will present its free, annual “Fall for Art” Pop-Up Gallery event. Original artwork by Wellington Art Society members will be on display and available for purchase, including paintings, sculpture, and stained glass, to wearable art, photography, mixed media, and more. The pop up can be located at The Mall at Wellington Green (Space 175), The District at Wellington Green, 10300 Forest Hill Boulevard, in Wellington.

Established in 1981, the Wellington Art Society is open to artists of all mediums and patrons of the arts, providing both local and regional artists the platform to share their work, learn more about their craft and

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Meander around the eclectic mix of specialty shops, restaurants, art galleries, and unique music venues along two main streets, Lake Avenue and Lucerne Avenue. The revitalized downtown of Lake Worth has unique treasures worth discovering. Lake Worth is a coastal city of seven square miles, located in Palm Beach County. Downtown Lake Worth is the artistic soul of Palm Beach County with a historic theater and a museum, live music clubs, coffee houses, art galleries, antique malls, retail stores, and eateries.

Lake Worth’s City Hall is a declaration for the rainbow coalition. The murals around town on various sides of buildings are colorful and range from wildlife, dogs, ocean, and political statements. The tasteful murals are without graffiti. There

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The Galleries of Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton started their exhibition season with “Under the Florida Sun: South Florida Cultural Consortium Visual & Media Artists Fellowship,” on view until October 10, 2021. The exhibition features the work of 12 preeminent South Florida artists who are recipients of the 2021 South Florida Cultural Consortium awards. The South Florida Cultural Consortium is funded with the support of the Boards of County Commissioners of Broward County, Martin County, Miami-Dade County, and Monroe County, and the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County.

The Consortium is an alliance of the arts councils of Broward County, Martin County, Miami-Dade County, Monroe County, and Palm Beach County, and conferred the artists

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Park West Gallery made a stop on its national tour at The Breakers in Palm Beach from June 24 to 27, 2021. The traveling fine art gallery featured three prominent artists in last weekends pop-up exhibition. If you missed the gallery tour, you could visit the gallery online here. 

Some of the artists featured on the South Florida leg of the tour featured were:

Cris X’s artwork pops with the radiant candy colors of his metallic finishes. He is best known for his custom painted sea life and paintings on aluminum and is licensed by Disney. 

The “Rock Star of the Art World,” Godard captivates audiences all over the world with his colorful and playful artwork. His pieces are on permanent display on board every U.S. Navy aircraft carrier and in the

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Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery, located at 373 Tequesta Drive in the quaint seaside Village of Tequesta, rouses the senses with fabric/textile exhibition entitled “Stitched” through May 27, 2021.  The exhibit is an exhibition commemorating the art of textiles.

Various collections from textile artists will be on display including Kirk Ke Wang’s, “Landscape of Human Skins.” Ke Wang’s work incorporates abandoned pieces of clothing, or as he refers, “skins”.  He incorporates clothing left behind by civilization through a succession of large-scaled colorful, mixed media collages. He uses clothing worn by immigrants and others to create a story of profound, thought-provoking compositions. 

The work of several distinguished artists’ weavings,

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 The Robert Fontaine Gallery moved onto Worth Avenue in Palm Beach last month after being in the Miami area for 11 years. The Town of Palm Beach persists in attracting a growing flock of major art collectors. Changes in the art world, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, have influenced this migration.

The gallery owner, Robert Fontaine, said the decision to move to 256 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach was somewhat based on the inability to find a space in Miami at a reasonable price.  Fontaine's gallery was in Miami's Wynwood art district for 6 years before moving to Miami Beach in 2017.  Because of the gentrification, it has been difficult for art galleries to find space without being priced out.

Fontaine is happy that the Town of Palm Beach has managed to

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