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. Download our gallery floor plan.
The Lawrence A. Sanders Foundation Artist Resource Center 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. The Council focuses on supporting professional advancement and engaging creative professionals and cultural organizations with a variety of sessions including the Institute for Cultural Advancement held in the Sallie and Berton E. Korman Education and Training Center.
Find current and upcoming exhbitions 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.
This mural was created in 2017 during CANVAS Outdoor Museum by Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra, who is known for his colorful, photorealistic murals. The Cultural Council chose Martin Luther King, Jr. as the subject of the mural because he represents the important ideas of heroism, community resilience, and the power to make positive change.
Current gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday, 12-5 p.m., as well as 12-5 p.m. on the first Saturday of each month. Please visit our COVID-19 page for the latest updates.
Yvenel Benoit, Taco Tuesday (detail), 2019
Member Preview Open House: March 25, 12 – 4 p.m.
Every two years, professional Palm Beach County artists working in a wide variety of media share their work in the Cultural Council’s biennial exhibition. This year’s show is juried by Aldeide Delgado, founder and director of Women Photographers International Archive (WOPHA). Prizes will be awarded for Best of Show, Second Place, and Third Place, as well as a People’s Choice award.
“The selected artists for the 2021 Biennial work in a wide range of media, often challenging the traditional boundaries of painting, video, photography, and installation. They reflect on crucial topics of our time, subverting the patriarchal and colonial narratives of race and gender, and encourage conversations about the immediate environmental crisis and impacts of the pandemic on our society.”
– Aldeide Delgado
Kristin Miller Hopkins
Proceeds from artwork sales directly benefit local artists and support the Council’s mission to grow arts and culture in Palm Beach County.
Generously sponsored by:
Donald M. Ephraim Family Gallery
Claire Salmon, Midnight Imaginings, 2019, digital art, 16 x 16 inches
April 2 – May 21, 2021
Book Signing: Saturday, April 3 from 12 to 2 p.m.
An illustrator is an artist who enhances writing and concepts with a visual representation of that content, text, or idea. The illustrators in this exhibition elucidate such topics as motherhood, nature, culture and ethnicity, and the joy of childhood exploration.
Featuring: Caren Hackman, Jill Lavetsky, Tesla Mir, Claire Salmon, Maxine Schreiber
Lawrence A. Sanders Foundation Artist Resource Center
Fire, 2020, oil on panel, 36 x 36 inches
Ann Friedlander: The Language of Shapes
March 26 – April 16
This exhibition explores meaning without verbal narrative. Shadows, perspective, and atmosphere have been eliminated. The intent is to keep distant from the border where abstraction touches realism and play the game of color.
Arch-Homage 10, 2014, acrylic on canvas, 42 x 42 inches
Helen Levin: Gestural Abstraction
April 23 – May 22
Artist Reception: Saturday, April 24, 5 – 7 p.m.
All the paintings in this retrospective are works of Helen Levin’s mature style developed in the new millennium. The art reflects her passion for rigorous involvement with the discipline of abstraction, honed in an intense struggle. Levin can be described as a “formalist,” and through improvisation, she learns and keeps learning about the mystery of the innate spirit of herself.