Our main gallery and Donald M. Ephraim Family Gallery showcase ongoing temporary exhibitions focused on art made in or unique to Palm Beach County. The exhibitions educate the public about art and artists, and provide exposure to artists in Palm Beach County so they can be more successful. Our Solo Gallery serves as a valuable space for artists to exhibit their work in a solo format, be they emerging, mid-career or established artists in the County.
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Current gallery hours are Tuesday – Saturday, 12 – 5 p.m. Find current and upcoming exhibitions below, or browse past exhibitions here. Proceeds from artwork sales directly benefit local artists and support the Council’s mission to grow arts and culture in Palm Beach County.

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Main Gallery

Gisela Pferdekamper, It’s All About Balance (detail), 2022, oil on canvas

Exhibition: January 27 – April 8, 2023
Member Preview: January 26, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Click to RSVP online.
Art Talk: Panel Discussion with Environmental Arts Writer Mary Jo Aagerstoun: February 4, 2–3 p.m. Click to RSVP online.

Palm Beach County artists are uniquely positioned to observe the effects of climate disruption, as Florida is on the front lines of sea level rise, climbing temperatures, catastrophic storms, devastation of coral reefs, and disappearing seagrasses. This exhibition, with more than 40 works by 15 exceptional artists, will explore the effects of climate disruption and engage audiences in considering topics such as endangered species, shrinking habitats, pollution, and coastal resiliency. Opportunities to learn about these important topics through family-friendly educational programming produced by Cox Science Center and Aquarium will be included in the exhibition.


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Solo Gallery

Fantasy Is a Place Where It Rains, 2017-2022; graphite drawing, framed and installed over artist-designed wallpaper drawing; 26 x 20 inches; installation variable

Molly Aubry: Dark Luminosity

Exhibition: January 27 – March 11, 2023
Artist Reception: Saturday, February 4, 3-5 p.m. Click to RSVP.

In her first solo exhibition, Molly Aubry combines painterly and digital processes to explore entangled perceptual worlds. She uses pigments, graphite, digital collage, and spray paint to create kaleidoscopic illusions that blend the line between what’s real and imagined. Referencing light, water, otherworldly planets, and living cells, these mixed-media works invite the viewer to see themselves as part of an interconnected universe and ponder their space within.

Donald M. Ephraim Family Gallery

Rubicon, 2022; Watercolor, acrylic, gouache; 14 x 22.5 inches

Serge Strosberg: Veni, Vidi, Vici

January 6 – February 18, 2023

American captains of industry and commerce during the Gilded Age considered themselves to be heirs of a great Western cultural lineage, with particular interest in honoring and replicating the cultures and societies established by the early Greeks, the Roman Empire, and Europeans, particularly Venetians, during the Renaissance. Serge Strosberg has created a series of allegorical paintings inspired by vintage photographs provided by the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum and has reimagined the subjects in Palm Beach today. Individuals are costumed in contemporary vibrant patterns and colors, and a frieze composed of train tracks borders the works. Descriptions of the historical images were written by Palm Beach historian Rick Rose.

Collecting Art in The Palm Beaches

Presented by the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County in partnership with Palm Beach Media Group, Collecting Art in The Palm Beaches is a special guide for collectors at any level to assist and inspire them to add works by local artists to their walls.

Pick up a copy at our headquarters in Downtown Lake Worth Beach, or click to download the digital edition.

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Division of Arts & Culture Florida