Aloha to ANA Art - Opens March 3, 2016
7 – 10 pm
Aloha to ANA Art will take place Thursday, March 3, 2016 at Art House 429 and will be the first event of its kind for ANA Art.
Ashley Alder and Dr. Clinton Cimring are the founders of ANA Art, a 501(c)(3) public charity. Their goal is to make positive changes through education and utilization of artwork in the community. Alder is the lead artist for the charity and in a short period of time has donated paintings, designed social media ads, and done volunteer event photography for several nonprofit organizations in order to help raise funds and awareness for those in need. Alder and volunteer local artist “Mr. Janootz” have painted an entire collection of pieces to be featured at “Aloha to ANA Art.”
A portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to a local dog rescue, Redemption Song Rescue League.
Elle Schorr, Back on Broadway, Single Exposure Photography, 33 x 48 inches, 1/5
PRINTED! (works currently on view and available for purchase!)
An exploration of printed works, including photography, digital collage, woodblock prints & more!
Cheryl Maeder, David Charlowe, Elle Schorr, Isabel Gouveia, Matthew Colaizzo, Joel Cohen, Dani De Maio, Ilene Gruber Adams, Cynthia Fleischmann, Liz Ghitta Segall, Brian McSwain
Available Works From Our Season III Group Show!
On View Through Feb. 16th, 2016
We have put together a wonderful selection of contemporary fine art from international and local artists!
ON VIEW JANUARY 22 – 26
Free Hugs is a mixed collaboration of new and current works from a selection of local artist. (Brian McSwain, Katelyn Spinelli, Ates Isildak, Kenneth Grzymala, Donny Barth, Mumbi Obrien, Julian Cousins, and Drew Blatman) – “Free Hugs is a delightful joyride of a show, providing a glimpse into the cultural undercurrent of our community and examines the spectrum of expression that exists silently among us.”
OPENING RECEPTION: JAN 22 7pm – 10pm
(with musical performance by Chaucer)
ARTHOUSE 429 | 429 25th street,
West Palm Beach 33407
In support of the Dreyfoos School of the Arts, donations can be made at the door. – Your generous donation helps fund Arts-Education for more than 1,350 talented public high school students in Palm Beach County through theDreyfoos School of the Arts Foundation.
ArtHouse429 is pleased to announce we’re turning 3!
Come celebrate with us, as we feature a NEW Group Exhibition of works under $2500!
January 8, 2016
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Valet Parking will be available
RSVP To Mary Tidy-Coyle at firstname.lastname@example.org
Amanda Valdes, Ted Walsh, William Halliday,
Eduardo Mendieta, Dan Rizzie, Edwina Sandys, Rosa Canelon, Mary Coyle, Ernesto Kunde, Dani De Maio, Elisabetta Fantone, Jefro, Diana Contreras, Carl Paoli, Jose Cordova, Javier Mateos, Nuria Almarche, Pedro Velver, Liz Ghitta Segall, David Charlowe, Marilyn Walter, Clemente Mimun,
Matthew Colaizzo, Amauri Torezan, Jaime Jurado, Joyce Wynnes
A portion of all sales will be going to our charitable partner for the evening, Northwood Greenlife!
Skip Hartzell, Waiting, Mixed Media Sculpture, 28 x 20 inches
Opening Thursday, December 10th , 6:30 -8:30 pm, Skip Hartzell is showing inventive new depictions of his best friends. Paintings, sculpture and works on paper will be on display for the first time at ARTHOUSE 429 in the exhibition titled,Unconditionally Dogs.
Hartzell’s work is definitely not dog portraits; they are renditions of familiar imagery, often times drawn from memory. In a series of large works on paper, Hartzell employs his intuitive sense of spirited compositions as he builds up layers of Flashe (a vinyl-based professional grade matte paint) and graphite to create the drawing and then he more or less fills in the blanks. In other works, notably his sculptural arrangements, Hartzell has developed a successful formula of papier-mâché mix coated with aqua resin, and often supported with a fusion of diluted cement and an inside wire armature that takes on an abstract shape.
“Dogs are always in the moment”. Hartzell said. “Although nothing in life has held my attention or has been more fascinating to me than dogs, my art is about more than that. My work is about form, movement, color and texture. The dogs are a recognizable image that permits me to explore my emotions, passions and sentiments.
Making art for me is intuitive; it is very much like walking my dogs. I am always excited and waiting to see where the dogs want to go.”
Skip is a longtime supporter of no-kill animal rescues and has been a dedicated sponsor of Big Dog Ranch Rescue. He and his wife have adopted several dogs from the organization.
During opening night, Hartzell has generously offered to donate specially selected dog sculptures to anyone that donates a minimum of $250 to Big Dog Ranch Rescue. Additionally, a generous portion of all sales of his other work will be donated to the ranch.
Skip Hartzell holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in Fine Art. He worked in Advertising and Direct Marketing for 32 years. Retired in 2011 he now is happy to be a full time artist.
The exhibition is open to the public \ and continues through December 31, 2015.
CANVAS Local Showdown
Presented by Northwood Village in Collaboration with CANVAS Outdoor Museum Show – West Palm Beach
Seven local artists will paint murals in competition for a coveted position on the official 2016 CANVAS artist lineup!
This event is made possible though the support of the West Palm Beach Community Redevelopment Agency.
- Amanda Valdes Mural in Northwood Village, West Palm Beach FL
Participating artists include: Amanda Valdes, Eduardo Mendieta, Amauri Torezan, Diana Contreras, Mark Rupprecht, Jay Bellicchi, Paul Hughes
November 13, 2015
7-10pm Local Showdown Mural Competition
7-10pm Cocktail Reception and Group Exhibition Opening at ArtHouse429
429 25th Street WPB in Historic Northwood Village
Valet Parking will be available
Seven local artists have been selected to paint outdoor murals on seven overhead doors on an active warehouse in Northwood Village as part of a CANVAS a two-week outdoor museum experience running November 8-22 in West Palm Beach. The competition, known as CANVAS Local Showdown will have one winner that will receive a coveted position on the official lineup for CANVAS 2016. The competition, conceived by ArtHouse429 in collaboration with CANVAS and the Community Redevelopment Agency, will take place directly across the street from the ArtHouse429 contemporary art gallery on 25th street. The event is open to the public, and all attendees will be able to cast their vote for their favorite CANVAS Local Showdown mural by using the official CANVAS Art App. The murals will be completed during the event on the evening of Friday November 13th, and voting will continue through November 21st. The winner of CANVAS Local Showdown will be announced at the CANVAS Closing Brunch event on Sunday, November 22.
In addition to the Mural Competition, ArtHouse429 will host a Cocktail Reception throughout the evening where guests can mingle with the local artists, luminaries and world-renowned muralists from CANVAS WPB. Arthouse429 will also debut an all new group exhibition of contemporary fine art to celebrate the start of the coming season.
“We are very excited that CANVAS has selected Northwood Village to host the CANVAS Local Showdown. We conceived this event to connect the vibrant local art scene to the internationally recognized CANVAS Outdoor Museum Show. This is a wonderful acknowledgement to the artists and galleries that have worked so hard to build this area into a world class center for the arts.” William Halliday, Owner ArtHouse429.
The CANVAS Local Showdown will also feature a modern dance performance by the Demetrius Klein Dance Factory, and DJ Cole of C-Keys Recording and Vinyl will be providing the Soundtrack for the Showdown.
October 22, 2015 from 6:30-9:30pm
ArtHouse429 is spooked with excitement as we feature Amanda Valdes’ Halloween Gallery Takeover!
Valdes will be clearing out her studio archives & creating a whole new collection- bringing you never before seen works! Entire show will be on view until October 31, 2015, however we always have Amanda Valdes works available!
Jefro, James Sagui – click the photo to see more CHROMA images
CHROMA: A Celebration Of Color And Form
Showcasing artists, Liz Ghitta Segall, James Sagui, Clemente Mimun and Jefro
ArtHouse429 is pleased to announce a feature exhibition showcasing the work of long time Palm Beach resident artists Clemente Mimun, James Sagui, and Liz Ghitta Segall, joined by talented local painter Jefro.
CHROMA: A Celebration Of Color And Form, is currently on view until April 7, 2015 (due to high interest we are extending this featured exhibition)
This exhibition will explore how different artists utilize color as a form of expression, with a focus on painting and sculpture. These artists are revered as masters of their craft, from the precision of James Sagui’s woodwork to Clemente Mimun’s gestural lines– every cut and every brushstroke is purposeful.
Manuel Varela, Luck Dog (installed view 1), Fiberglass and Urethane, 23 x 26 x 10 inches, 2014
To see more of Manuel Varela’s work click here!