Modern Love Exhibition - Cultural Council of Palm Beach County

Modern Love Exhibition - Cultural Council of Palm Beach County

February 12, 2019

Love is a universal language—whether it’s between two people, the world around us, or even self-love—this complex emotion spans cultures and defines who we are. In this exhibition, there are representations of all facets of love, as a concept, represented in many ways: color, sensation, awareness, empathy or even through nature, technology, dance and beyond. Twenty Palm Beach County artists will be sharing their love in this exhibition, co-curated by artist, educator and designer, Kristin Miller Hopkins

"Sea of Love", Glenda Green

 

Exhibition Dates: 15th February 2019 to 18th May 2019

Members Preview: Thursday, February 14th, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m

Exhibition Hours: Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m

Venue: Cultural Council of Palm Beach County (601 Lake Ave., Lake Worth, FL 33460)

Google Maps - https://tinyurl.com/y4luopl4

 

"Blue and Yellow", George Darash, Acrylic on Canvas, 2018

 

Featuring the works of the following artists - 

Jessica Amaral Joshua Finch Louise Noakes
Bob Birkenes Glenda Green Scherer Ouporov
Suzanne Blaustein Sarah Knouse Lisa Rockford
Amy Broderick Jill Lavetsky Mark Walnock
Tim D. Carter Henriett Michel Jeff Whyman
Yury Darashkevich Debbie Mostel Brenda Zappitell
Rod Faulds Flora Zolin Marvin Minzer
Viridis Art Collective  

 

 

 

 




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