Reprinted from Jupiter Magazine Gain a look at rare works by the Surrealist known for his melting clocks when a unique traveling art collection comes to Palm Beach Gardens in… read more →
A collection by world-renowned artist Romero Britto will be on exhibition and available for acquisition at Off the Wall Gallery. The exhibition will feature a series of live artist Appearances.
One of the most faithful collectors of Salvador Dali’s dreamlike oddities — melting clocks, lobster telephones, mythological figures — was his publisher and confidant, Pierre Argillet, whose close partnership with the Spanish surrealist lasted 30 years.
It is extremely important to know that Madame Christine Argillet, who was Salvador Dali’s friend, confidante, and curator of “Dali: The Argillet Collection” will accompany a rare Dali Collection on a limited tour, which will make a stop in Palm Beach Gardens at Onessimo on PGA Boulevard. Details are below, this is a rare opportunity to see some of Dali’s works that were not as publicized as some of his other works of art.
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Onessimo Fine Art, Palm Beach Gardens, is proud to announce its presentation of Salvador Dali: The Argillet Collection.
Recent Media for: Angels and Icons & The Art of Drums featuring artwork by Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen has been touring Wentworth Galleries around the country throughout the year. The touring exhibit is due to make its next stop at Wentworth Gallery in Short Hills, New Jersey, where Allen will make a special appearance on Saturday, December 10 from 5:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.
Step into the creative mind of the infamous Dr. Seuss at LaMantia Fine Art Gallery in Northport, where limited edition artworks from “The Art of Dr. Seuss Collection” are on display. The exhibit, “If I Ran The Zoo” features the artist’s “three-dimensional unorthodox taxidermy.” It’s the first time all 17 sculptures have been presented together in an exhibit dedicated to Dr. Seuss’s sculptural heritage.