Cultural Council of Palm Beach County to Showcase Armory Art Center Talent

Selections from the Armory Art Center on Exhibit August 26 –October 29

Starting August 26, visitors to the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County will get the first look at new and unseen work by 42 talented artists from the Armory Art Center. All artists in this show, Selections from the Armory Art Center, are current faculty members at the Center.

“The Armory Art Center is a special place for Palm Beach County artists and for the Cultural Council,” said Nichole M. Hickey, manager of artist services at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County. “After a group of inspired citizens saved the historic art deco Armory building in West Palm Beach’s Flamingo Park neighborhood, the Cultural Council assisted in creating the Armory Art Center, which opened to the public in 1986. The Armory Art Center continues to inspire the creation and experience of art in our community.”

Artists include Nuné Asatryan, Miroslav Antić, Robert Barra, Cindy Bartosek, Michael Blair, Eric Bossik, Bill Buchanan, Anthony Burks, Tristyn Bustamante, Carol Z. Brody, Bonnie Bruner, Mary Catello , Talia Cervetti, Mark Cohen, Sonya Gaskell, Isabel Gouevia, Gustavo Hoefs, Lisa Johnson, Tina Kraft, Sandra Levine, Jeni Licata, Anita Lovitt, Craig McInnis, Clarence “Skip” Measelle, Red Morgan, Raymond Neubert, Anton Pastuszak, Sam Perry, Gerson Rapoport, Hegina Rodrigues, Barry Schein, Elle Schorr, Vicki Siegel, Beth Sloat, Roxene Sloate, Leora K. Stewart, Chad Steve, Nancy Tart, Maria Tritico, Joanne Urban, Mark Walnock, and Sue Wilders.

“We are grateful to the Cultural Council for the generous opportunity to highlight the work of our faculty,” said Tom Pearson, executive director of the Armory Art Center.

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About the Armory Art Center
Armory Art Center provides art classes for students of all ages, exhibitions, art salons, lectures, youth art camps, outreach and special events. Nearly 100 courses held in 12 state-of-the-art studios are offered each year including ceramics, digital arts, drawing, glass fusing, jewelry, painting, printmaking, fibers and sculpture. In addition, several exhibitions are hosted annually in four galleries. The Armory Annex, located at 1121 Lucerne Avenue in Lake Worth, hosts exhibitions and events throughout the year and aims to further enhance the thriving and dynamic Lake Worth art community.

About the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County
The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County is the official support agency for arts and culture in The Palm Beaches, serving non-profit organizations, artists and arts districts. The Cultural Council administers $4.5 million in grants annually, supports arts and cultural education, provides capacity-building training, and advocates for arts funding and arts-friendly policies. The Council promotes Palm Beach County’s cultural experiences to visitors and residents through multi-platform marketing and public information programs, including its one-of-a-kind Cultural Concierge service.

The Cultural Council presents exhibitions featuring Palm Beach County artists and provides additional programming at its headquarters in the historic Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. Building, an iconic Streamline Moderne former movie theater in Downtown Lake Worth. Also at the Cultural Council headquarters are the Roe Green Uniquely Palm Beach Store featuring products by Palm Beach County artists and the Jean S. and Frederic A. Sharf Visitor Information Center, a VISIT FLORIDA designated Florida Certified Tourism Information Center.

The Cultural Council galleries, visitor information center and store are open 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For a complete calendar of cultural activities in The Palm Beaches, connect with the Council at or (561) 471-2901. To plan a personalized cultural itinerary, connect with the Cultural Concierge at


Judith Czelusniak
(561) 471-1602