Public Art Exhibits
DESTINATION IN ART EXHIBIT
September 20, 2017 — January 3, 2018
Boynton Beach City Library
208 S. Seacrest Blvd.
OPENING RECEPTION - Thursday, September 28th, 5:30 to 7PM
Meet the artists, see their artwork awards presentation, judged by Jim Rigg and experience a live pastel painting demonstration by nationally known, award winning artist, Deborah LaFogg Docherty.
After the demonstration the completed 11” x 14” pastel on canvas artwork will be on display for the duration of the exhibit. Write your bids for the artwork purchase with your name and contact information in the book provided. The highest bid award will be announced January 3, 2018 at 10am.
Starting bid is $275.00 Artwork value at $600.00
The Delray Art League is a group of fine artists, sculptors and photographers whose mission is to promote the development of the visual arts by awarding scholarships and art supplies to local art students and providing member artists indoor and outdoor venues to showcase their art.
Over the past ten years, the Delray Art League has contributed more than $110,000 in art scholarships and grants to the Delray Beach Community. Our members donate 10% of sales to the Art Education Fund.
If you are interested to learn more about joining the Delray Art League, please visit the website for helpful instructions, DelrayArtLeague.com.
Contact for the Delray Art League is Mary Anne Sarka at: 561.310.5620 or email@example.com
Wild Capture — a PhotoPoem Exhibit
Experience the Spirit of the Wild
These PhotoPoems capture the artist, Karen Christensen’s wonder and delight at discovering the wild beauty of Florida. They have served as well as an impetus to explore her own inner landscape and the lay-of-the-land of the wider world.
Where: Boynton Beach Civic Center, 128 East Ocean Avenue
When: September 5 through December 30, 2017
Reception: 5-6 PM, Friday, November 3, 2017
Artist: Karen Christensen of Boynton Beach
The exhibit includes photos primarily from Wakodahatchee and Green Cay wetlands, Boynton Beach Oceanfront Park, the Everglades and the artist’s own back yard.