Discover Emerging Art Galleries Found Only in The Palm Beaches

Discover Emerging Art Galleries Found Only in The Palm Beaches Slideshow
Gallery Biba

Gallery Biba

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens

Arthouse 429

Arthouse 429

Cornell Museum of Art and American Culture

Cornell Museum of Art and American Culture

Hennevelts Gallery & Gifts

Hennevelts Gallery & Gifts

Holden Luntz Gallery

Holden Luntz Gallery

John H. Surovek Gallery

John H. Surovek Gallery

Norton Museum Of Art George and Valerie Delacorte Gallery

Norton Museum Of Art George andValerie Delacorte Gallery

Nicole Henry Fine Art gallery

Nicole Henry Fine Art gallery

Russeck Gallery

Russeck Gallery

Society of the Four Arts

Society of the Four Arts

The Wick Theatre and Costume Museum

The Wick Theatre and Costume Museum

From Dada to Dali, art is abundant in The Palm Beaches. Unique and ever-changing, art galleries throughout The Palm Beaches have a way of engaging and entertaining visitors. Sculptures, paintings, drawings and photography fill this creative realm of the arts without limitations. Experience the thrill of standing in front of Monet’s masterpieces first-hand, or become lost in the magical gardens of sculptured art. Discover these unique art galleries found only in The Palm Beaches:

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, the former home to sculptor Ann Weaver Norton, displays more than 100 original works, including nine monumental sculptures. The Gardens were designed by Ann Norton and Sir Peter Smithers with the largest tract of garden containing her great brick sculptures.

Boca Raton Museum of Art A leading cultural institution in South Florida, this museum has achieved international recognition for its dynamic changing exhibitions and distinguished permanent collection, including works by George Bellows and Stephen Greene. The Museum’s many public programs include artist presentations, family activities and more than 100 classes per week at its studio Art School.

Bohemia ArtHaus & Gelateria Boasting a gallery, atelier, boutique and ice cream/gelato parlor, this innovative art venue presents fine art centered around the local, unique and alternative art community, while featuring national and international art of a distinctive caliber.

Cornell Museum of Art and American Culture Housed in the restored 1913 Delray Elementary School building, the Cornell Museum of Art is a surprising discovery. The original and unique architecture of the Museum’s appearance stands out just as much as the inspired works of art inside. There are no boundaries to artistic pleasure. Discover sculpted, painted and printed collections, as well as theatrical performances throughout the space.

Cultural Council of Palm Beach County The Cultural Council’s headquarters, located in the Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. building in downtown Lake Worth, houses an expansive 2,500-square-foot gallery space which features rotating exhibitions throughout the year. The exhibitions focus on art made in or unique to The Palm Beaches in order to promote and provide exposure for local artists. The gallery space is home to main exhibitions that run for months and several smaller, solo exhibitions that typically change every month. The galleries are free and open to the public Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

EmKo Palm Beach Located in West Palm Beach’s historic neighborhood of Flamingo Park, just minutes from the beautiful shores of the Atlantic Ocean, Emko consist of two distinct art galleries. The Artist Independent Republic gallery welcomes avant-garde, trendy and innovative fashion designers, musicians, poets, photographers, sculptors and painters. The Culinary Art gallery incorporates a multi-operational concept featuring a restaurant, coffee shop, organic juice bar, retail gourmet market and bakery.

Gallery Biba Abstract and conceptual sculptures decorate the enclosed exterior gardens of Gallery Biba as similarly modish works of the central gallery. Many of the modern and contemporary art paintings, sculptures and works on paper in the gallery were created by some of the leading minds in progressive art movements, including Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg and Andy Warhol.

Hennevelt’s Gallery Hennevelt’s Gallery, located in Northwood Village, features both local and international artists. This pop-up gallery makes a statement with its selection of eclectic, colorful and one-of-a-kind works from artists such as Christopher Doherty, Gwen Eyeington and Lisa Kraemer. From photography to oil paintings, ceramic sculptures to fused glass, Hennevelt’s Gallery keeps your imagination flowing.

Holden Luntz Gallery Located on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach, this gallery showcases a vibrant range of photographic works from artists such as John Baeder, Phil Borges and Joyce Tenneson. From vintage to contemporary American and European photography, discover an array of photographic genres such as conceptual, landscape, still-life and portraiture.

John H. Surovek Gallery This gallery specializes in American paintings, drawings, watercolors and prints of the 19th and 20th centuries. Find works by Luis Montoya and Leslie Ortiz in this gallery, which has a rich 30-year history. A range of American works are on display from multiple genres such as regionalism, Ashcan and American Modernism.

Lighthouse Art Center As northern Palm Beach County’s oldest and largest visual arts organization, the Lighthouse Art Center is a two-building operation featuring a museum and a school of art. The museum has a fine art collection, diverse and educational exhibits, docent tours, lectures, concerts and special events.

Nicole Henry Fine Art This art gallery, located within the hip and sleek Wine Scene restaurant in downtown West Palm Beach, is home to fine art from the likes of Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Eduard Duval Carie and photographer Terry O’Neill. Stunning photos on display from O’Neill showcase legendary beauties Raquel Welch and Brigette Bardot.

Norton Museum of Art Experience exhibitions and a collection of American, Chinese, Contemporary and European Art on display. Since its founding in 1941, the Museum has been acclaimed for showing masterpieces by Gaugin, Monet and Picasso. Its Chinese Collection is considered among the best in the world, and its photography collection spans the history of the medium.

Russeck Gallery With more than 40 years of experience in the world of fine arts, this gallery prides itself in its collection of 20th century American and European works. Its respect for tradition is balanced by the vision to accept and celebrate artistic imaginations of the future. Paintings, sculptures and works on paper fill the gallery from the brilliant minds of Salvador Dali, Keith Haring and Roy Lichtenstein.

Society of the Four Arts Each season, The Four Arts offers a dynamic lineup of cultural programming, including notable speakers, concerts, films, educational programs and art exhibitions. The campus is home to beautiful sculpture and botanical gardens, a library, children’s library and a state-of-the art educational facility.

Taglialatella Galleries With locations in New York City, Palm Beach, and Paris, the gallery showcases exhibitions for innumerable artists. Here you will find works by Lichtenstein, Warhol, Hirst, Haring, Mr. Brainwash, Frankenthaler, Katz, Young, Basquiat, Swoon, Calder, Banksy and Wesselmann. In addition to its specialization in Street Art, Taglialatella Galleries concentrates on 21st century Contemporary Masters, with a focus on the Pop Movement.

The Wick Theatre & Costume Museum The Wick Theatre presents spectacular musicals, ranging from timeless classics to lesser-known shows throughout the year. The Costume Museum at the Wick Theatre is an astounding exhibit of the finest costumes ever brought to the Broadway stage by the most honored and respected designers in the history of the American Musical Theatre. This incredible venue houses a collection of original costumes from more than 35 Broadway productions and revivals.

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