“Every time I’m on a flight, I get a window seat peering out over places I’ve visited in the ‘Glades,” Sodamin said. “The first thing I would like travelers to see, whether entering the city or leaving, is a reflection of the environment that’s here, and to gain a perspective of what they are viewing from the plane. Through these works, I hope to evoke their memory and memorialize Florida’s magnificent and unique wilderness.”
LAKE WORTH BEACH - By Elyse Grant Special to The Palm Beach Post — At 500 Lake Ave., an older graying building sits on the corner, awaiting renovation from new owner Melissa Delprete. The commercial lot in Lake Worth Beach had a lengthy ownership prior to being sold. “It was owned by the same person since the ’70s. The plans are for it to be an art studio, and it’s a great spot for it,” said Albright.
John Yau for HYPERALLERGIC - There is a generation of abstract artists born in the mid-1940s that the art world has yet to give their proper due. I suspect that one reason for this is because these artists first gained attention in the mid-1970s, during the decade when painting was dead and just before its so-called return with the hoopla generated by the Neo-Expressionists. It seems they did not get the telegram announcing painting’s death or, having gotten it, decided that the critics and historians were wrong.
Jan Sjostrom - Posted Oct 10, 2017 LAKE WORTH BEACH - Debra Yates, recent winner of a $10,000 award from the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County’s Dina Baker Fund for Mature Artists. The prize goes to a Palm Beach County female artist 60 or older who demonstrates artistic merit and financial need. It comes with a solo show, which will be held April 28-May 26 at the Cultural Council. Yates has been a professional artist and designer for 35 years.