Promise of Tomorrow art&culture magazine

The Promise of Tomorrow

Sustainable art practices are becoming more commonplace, both in Palm Beach County and around the world “Sustainability” may sometimes feel like a buzzword, but it has very real implications. The choices we make about the products we purchase—and the life cycle of those ... Read more
FAU Theatre Lab art&culture magazine

In The Round

Amid pandemic uncertainties, Theatre Lab has embraced new ways of connecting with artists and audiences When COVID-19 began impacting the United States in March 2020, Theatre Lab, Florida Atlantic University’s professional resident company, had just started its run of Jennifer ... Read more
Stranded for Art Carl Stoveland

Stranded for Art

Selected for an immersive art residency on Loggerhead Key, Carl Stoveland and Shannon Torrence, aka the Flying Tortuga Brothers, spent 30 days off the grid, creating the best work of their careers. Artwork by Shannon Torrence Ever since the release of Robinson Crusoe in the ... Read more

From Passion to Profession

A love of prints and friendships with artists inform one Palm Beach couple’s contemporary art collection Joan and David Genser wasted no time in their art-collecting journey together. “We started on the day we got married 56 years ago,” Joan explains. “We purchased a ... Read more
Gary Monroe Author

The Outsiders

The Boca Raton Museum of Art spotlights the work of self-taught Florida artists January will be a busy month for the Boca Raton Museum of Art. This South County cultural bastion is slated to open three new exhibitions on January 26: Paul Gervais: Faces and Forms , featuring the ... Read more
Skip Day Art&Culture Magazine

Behind the Lens

With a focus on the county’s more misunderstood communities, an ever-curious couple makes poignant films that encourage understanding and appreciation Palm Beach County represents more than its glittering reputation may suggest—just ask filmmakers Patrick Bresnan and Ivete ... Read more
John Niblack Collector feature art&culture magazine

The Middle Kingdom

A Palm Beach collector roots his acquisitions in artistic reverence and scholarly curiosity John Niblack’s passion for Chinese art actually began in Japan. During his tenure with Pfizer Global Research and Development, Niblack frequently traveled to Japan and became infatuated ... Read more
Photo Finish art&culture magazine Summer 2020

Photo Finish

Photography collectors share the stories behind how their passion began Starting young as an art collector can open a door to a journey of discovery, where the “hunt” quickly becomes somewhat of an addiction. The goal when just beginning should be to bring meaning to the ... Read more
Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Dracula A Comedy of Errors, art&culture magazine

Behind the Curtain

Last fall, Palm Beach County was treated to something really special at Maltz Jupiter Theatre: the world premiere production of Dracula: A Comedy of Terrors . What they didn't see was all the work that went into creating such a spectacle prior to opening night. Here, go ... Read more
Ellen Shapiro collection, Palm Beach, Florida

The World Through a Lens

When Ellen Shapiro began collecting photography in the 1970s, she admits she was eager but green. Today, her works fill three homes on both sides of the Atlantic. Photography is the art form that captivated eager collectors Ellen Shapiro and her late husband, Daniel. Their ... Read more
Cheryl Maeder, art&culture magazine fall 2019

Blurring the Line

Cheryl Maeder’s surreal photographs seamlessly blend reality and the abstract “The core of my work has always been about connection—the innate connection to oneself, to each other, and to all other life forms on the planet. We’re not separate from nature. We are ... Read more
Ruth Baum art&culture magazine Fall 2019

A World of Wonder

Ruth and Theodore Baum fill their homes with the works of artists from all over the globe. Here's a look at some of their diverse pieces. Over many decades, both Ruth and Theodore Baum established individual collections, which they later divided between their homes in New York ... Read more