Wednesday December 2, 2015 marked the opening reception for the first in-house curated art exhibition in the Center for Creative Education’s newly renovated gallery.
Located in West Palm Beach’s Northwood Village, the Marjorie S. Fisher Gallery hosted the opening reception for the Northwood Village Fine Arts Exhibition curated by the Center’s newly established Events and Gallery Manager, Jonathon Ortiz-Smykla.
Center for Creative Education (CCE) Chief Executive Officer, Bob Hamon says, “The event brings together local Northwood Village art galleries and artists from throughout Palm Beach County and the U.S.”
“It is an exciting time for CCE as we extend our artistic reach and utilize the beautiful gallery space that was recently constructed. We intend to utilize the space not only to showcase high quality artworks but also to continue to develop and create awareness of our organization. The Gallery gives us another avenue to bring people together through art and introduce them to the work of the CCE.”
The exhibition of select works from the Northwood Village art and gallery community runs through Wednesday, December 31, 2015 and guarantees to appeal to a wide audience of art enthusiasts. Smykla says “the current exhibition is a first and one-of-a-kind, as we are exhibiting art from contemporary, bohemian, artist-run, and independently owned galleries. You experience the viewing of 2D and 3D works that span many mediums and styles from both local and international artists. This is truly an exhibition for everyone.”
Participating galleries and artists include the Center for Creative Education’s very own curated artist, Beverly Myers, ‘ArtHouse 429,’ ‘Bohemia AG,’ ‘Thompson and Frank Gallery,’ ‘John Garrity Studio,’ ‘Hennevelt’s Gallery,’ ‘Northwood Glass Art’ and Lot 23 artist-in-residence, Craig McInnis.
For more information, please see Marjorie S. Fisher Facebook Event Page