Since its inception in 1997 ArtPalmBeach presents a unique environment that offers collectors to enjoy the works of over 1000 contemporary artist as well as participate in lectures and panel discussions from museum professionals, artists and renowned art industry experts. ArtPalmBeach is the long-standing reputation as South Florida’s largest leading winter fair for international modern and contemporary at not to be missed by art lovers everywhere.Read More
Through innovative academic programs and unique cultural offerings, Palm Beach State College has inspired emerging artists and captivated audiences for decades, earning it a secure spotlight on Palm Beach County’s robust cultural stage.Read More
There is this “Myth of the Muse” that pervades artist culture (is there such a thing as artist culture? Berets, cappuccino and oblique sardonic musings about the state of society shared over Gruyère and cabernet? Sounds good. Count me in!).Read More
On this #ThrowBackThursday we thought it was the perfect time to share some photos from the Andy Warhol-themed gala. To learn more about Equality Florida (including how you can become a member!) visit www.eqfl.org.
Miami, FL — This Changes Everything, a pivotal documentary examining historic and contemporary gender inequity in the American film and television industries, will open the 36th edition of Miami Dade College’s acclaimed Miami Film Festival, on Friday, March 1st at the historic Olympia Theater.Read More
If you missed the Collector's First View at ArtPalmBeach then you missed our fun ‘Art Hive dresses’ walking the art fair! These dresses were created by (my!) high school students at Lake Worth High School- made from past issues of Art Hive Magazine and modeled by Amanda and Eleanore. You can still see the paper dresses displayed in our booth, #554. Visit @studio2_110 or check out #LWHSfashionclub on Instagram to see the dresses ‘in progress’ over the past few months!
In addition to our ‘live fashion art’ there was all the work from the talented artist represented by galleries across the world. We will be posting more images on Instagram, but here are just a few images from the evening. If you are local, make sure you get out to this exciting event!
Whether you go to check out the art or ‘people watch’, you will get more than an eyeful at Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary. Two tips, if possible park away from the event and walk (or get dropped off, your feet will thank you!) and look for your copy of Art Hive Magazine- because we are sponsors!
Artists included in the slide show, in order of appearance;
Gil Bruvel, http://www.bruvel.com/
Christina Major, http://www.christinamajor.com/
Daniel Orson Ybarra, https://www.ybarra.art/
Elisabeth Lecourt, http://www.elisabethlecourt.com/
Federico Uribe, http://federicouribe.com/mobile-home
Jennifer McCurdy, https://jennifermccurdy.com/
Jeremy Holmes, http://www.holmesarts.com/
JM Robert, http://jm-robert.com/
Jonathan Stein, http://www.jonathan-stein.com
Lino Tagliapietra, https://linotagliapietra.com/
Manolo Valdes, http://www.artnet.com/artists/manolo-vald%C3%A9s/
Marc Lipp, https://www.bluefineart.com/marc-matt-mm/
Mel Bochner, http://www.melbochner.net/
Mr Brainwash, http://www.mrbrainwash.eu/
Nemo Jantzen, https://www.nemojantzen.com/
Oriano Galloni, https://www.orianogalloni.com/
Stefan Gross-detail, https://www.stefangross.nl/
Zachary M Knudson, http://zmkstudio.com
Top 10 things to know about CONTINUUM West Palm Beach Arts:
1.) CONTINUUM is getting back to its roots! The event has returned to Clematis Street- where it all began!
2.) CONTINUUM has the honor and privilege of exhibiting the jewelry of the late artist Adriana Ficarelli. This is a wonderful opportunity to view selected pieces by a truly beautiful and talented soul.
3.) CONTINUUM is growing! They have extended their reach of local artists to include artists from not only Palm Beach County, but all the way from Brevard to Dade County with a total of 87 artists!
4.) You like ArtPalmBeach? They are sponsoring a booth at CONTINUUM, Booth #540.
5.) Back by popular demand- the Mélange Body Painting Competition…now with five competitors! Past winners Georgette Pressler and Becky Osborne will be on hand to compete this year, so the bar has been set high.
6.) CONTINUUM gives back! The fiscal sponsor and charity is the No More Starving Artists Foundation, a local organization focused on helping artist professionally and personally through a variety of opportunities and services such as their informative lectures and workshops.
7.) If you like good food and you live in South Florida then you are probably already familiar with the Subculture Group, owner of Subculture Coffee, Hullabaloo, Lost Weekend, Kapow and Howley’s. CONTINUUM is excited to that the Subculture group will be providing food and beverages for not only the opening night VIP reception but also the Brunch and Lecture series.
8.) CONTINUUM will be featuring Anthony Hernandez, represented by Lola International Artist Agency in Miami.
9.) There are sixteen young artists participating in the Young Masters Development and Mentorship program, five of the mentors will be graduation from high school this year.
10.) Lastly, CONTINUUM is bringing back LIVE ART on the block- be there!
Art Hive is proud to a sponsor for CONTINUUM WPB Arts, now in its sixth year. We have had a chance to witness their growth and development every year and each year the event gets better and better- and they sure know how to throw party!
We hope that you will join us Thursday at the VIP opening reception. The Black Tie Fundraiser Gala is the grand opening of CONTINUUM WPB Arts and a charitable fundraising event for the No More Starving Artists Foundation. Don’t miss live entertainment courtesy of JM & the Sweets and delicious food provided by SubCulture Group Restaurants. The event is Thursday, January 10, 2019 7:30pm- 10:00pm at 426-428 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL.
Wondering what to wear? Attire is formal/cocktail with optional sneakers, the more artistic the better!
For more information please visit the CONTINUUM WPB web site, https://www.continuumwpbarts.com/
Are you one to constantly seek out new works of public art in your community, traipsing through back alleys and city streets for an exciting mural? Or, are you the person that sticks to traditional gallery exhibitions, observing art while safe and cool from the outside world?
No matter your preference, X Marks the Spot is the perfect opportunity to see South Florida’s graffiti stars shine. This new exhibition, on display at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County in Downtown Lake Worth now through February 2, offers visitors a firsthand look at new creations of mural art as presented by 16 local talents.
Converse to other public art installation exhibitions, which are typically featured on the exteriors of buildings, X Marks the Spot is uniquely and thoughtfully presented on the interior walls of the Council’s Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. Building. Pieces from the exhibition include site-specific murals, paintings, photos, sculptures and more. A list of participating artists and contributors can be found at palmbeachculture.com/xmarksthespot.
Head to the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County in eclectic Downtown Lake Worth and get ready for an experience that’s sure to please any art-lover in your life. We’ll see you there!
Note: Thank you to the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County for providing the content for this post- the show is AMAZING!! We hope everyone will get out there and see it!!- AH
Jason "JaFLEU" Fleurant is a self-taught Haitian American Cartoonist based in South Florida. The creator of Treal Toonz, JaFLEU uses his art to "Express the Inexpressible". JaFleu has been featured in numerous local publications (including Art Hive!) and most recently a cover story in the South Florida Times. Elongated forms, vibrant colors and a sense of humor are all hallmarks of his unique style in his drawings, paintings, murals, comics and works printed on garments.
To learn more about JaFLEU check out his site, www.trealtoonz.com.
"Torezan is a contemporary artist living in South Florida in the United States. Inspired by modernist abstractions and the modern lifestyle in the Mid-20th century, the artist developed a unique style creating hard-edged compositions seen in his paintings, sculptures, and murals.
In his timeless work, geometric forms seem to be floating around each other as the contrasting colors enhance the exuberant depth effect, creating a sensation of burgeoning life.
Torezan's works of art were recently exhibited at The Baker Museum, Coral Springs Museum of Art, as well as in international art fairs represented by prestigious art galleries.
Among Torezan's artistic collaborations are public art projects, philanthropic organizations, and partnerships with brands such as the Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer.
His work is part of collections in the United States, Europe, and South America.
This info and more on the artist’s site, http://www.amauritorezanart.com.
Carmen Smith’s paintings explore emotional and intellectual attachments. Central to her practice is engagement with the urban landscape and observation of the architectural styles, colors, light, nature, and the cycle of renewal and decay of places in her own neighborhood and home area of South Florida. Her careful selection of familiar but anonymous locations combined with use of bright, almost neon color and dramatic light work to reinforce her central concept and idea that places influence our experiences, inform our memories, and can even become part of our identity. Carmen’s imagery comes from her own drawings, reference photographs, historical architectural research, news stories, found photographs, stories and memories. Her work inspires a novel perspective on imagery often observed passively, and one gets the sense that there is a metaphysical presence in her simple, vibrant, psychologically charged compositions.
For more about Carmen Smith, visit her web site https://www.carmensmithart.com.
Take notice of abstract artist Judi Regal as she showcases her knack for color and expressionism through her one of a kind paintings.
As an art critic, it’s not unusual for me to receive hundreds of press releases from galleries and museums about their related events almost every day. The greatest advantage in reading these seemingly endless daily “briefs” is that unsurprisingly you gain an accurate perspective on the international art world, as well as information that pertains to South Florida and the immediate community, which are the geographical areas that I most frequently cover. Accordingly, it’s always rewarding to come across an ambitious artist in mid-career who possesses a brilliant sense of color and composition, along with an independent voice of creativity and individuality.Read More