Our galleries, located in the Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. Building at 601 Lake Avenue in downtown Lake Worth, are free and open to the public Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
2,500 square feet of flexible gallery space showcases 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.
Further, with the Lawrence A. Sanders Foundation Artist Resource Center and Sallie and Berton E. Korman Education and Training Center, the Council focuses on the creation of art – How does the artist create? What process does he/she use? What does it take to make art? This carries through to all media of art: visual, music, dance, theatre, etc.
• Current and Upcoming Exhibitions
• Past Exhibitions
RaWk – The Art of Jason Newsted
December 1 through February 3
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As Grammy Award winning artist Jason Newsted says, “I shifted from crazy colorful music to crazy colorful pictures.” Beginning to make visual artseriously in 2004, Newsted manipulates canvases and upcycles ordinary materials. He imagines landscapes and figures that come to light froman unlimited color palate. His figures seem otherworldly and evoke a sense of frenetic emotion and in some of his work he has been influenced by Outsider Art. Newsted also works with words and layers. Using both hands, he scrawls out names or phrases and then layers paint to cleverly disguise them from the viewer. At times he twists and turns the canvas repeatedly, painting and painting, until he obtains his desired effect. Heavily influenced later by the great masters of modern art, Newsted has found his niche and an expressionistic awareness of contemporary art. Nick Korniloff curated this exhibition.
RaWk – The Art of Jason Newsted exhibition is generously sponsored by:
December 1, 2017 through February 10, 2018
As the Cultural Council celebrates four decades of supporting the arts, joins us as local artists exhibit their interpretations of the 40th anniversary gemstone, ruby.
Fulya Acikgoz | Glenda Green | Natalya Laskis | Beth Sloat | Carolyn Barth | Sharon Koskoff | Dorotha Lemeh | Leora Stewart | Adrienne Geffen | Susan Kronowitz | Art Siegel | Cindy Trezona
Image: Carolyn Barth, “Springtime” (detail)
Lawrence A. Sanders Foundation Artist Resource Center
Solo exhibitions generously funded by the JP Morgan Chase Foundation
December 9, 2017 through January 6, 2018
Although there has been a tradition of painters in her family, Dianne Bernstein truly began painting ten years ago during a trip to Italy. Her earliest attempts began at drawing classes in Pennsylvania and Florida which prepared her for the lush landscapes of the Tuscan countryside. Bernstein eventually moved away from still life and landscape to her “painted women.” She attempts to capture the “moods and mystery of women” in an expressionistic fashion on canvas. Bernstein has exhibited nationally and is collected by patrons across the country. thewomansart.com
Image: “The Good Wife,” 2016, acrylic on linen, 48 x 36 inches
December 9, 2017 through January 6, 2018
Having created works with materials from bronze to Murano glass, Judith Shah’s current work showcases her painterly skills with her latest collection on canvas. Her mixed media paintings have a subtle flow and grace and a textural undertone. Shah received her Master’s of Fine Arts from Boston University. Having exhibited extensively in the Americas, Shah has received multiple awards and has been placed in many corporate and private collections. She will be have paintings on view in January at the 2018 LA Art Fair. judithshah.com
Image: “Building Blocks,” 2016, mixed media, 60 x 36 inches
February 16 through May 12
May 25 through August 18
Barry Seidman / Cynthia Maronet
January 13 through February 10
February 17 through March 17
Stephen Alarid / Rita Shapiro
March 24 through April 21
Dina Baker Fund Grantee
April 28 through May 26
To be announced…