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Feeling Neighborly

Feeling Neighborly

By Abigail Duffy

January 6, 2022

Works by Shannon Torrence, Nina Davidowitz, and Massimo Mongiardo inspired by home will be on view at the Lake Worth gallery from January 14

It's Nice That

It's Nice That

Words by Lucy Bourton

Tara Booth, the comic book artist breaking the grid with personality and poise

Hyperallergic

Hyperallergic

A Wordless Journey from Crappy Art to Actual Crap

Tara Booth’s graphic memoir D.U.I.I is an exploration of shame and failed expectations

A virtual studio tour with Santa Monica's River Huston

A virtual studio tour with Santa Monica's River Huston

River Huston takes us through her creative process and typical LA day.

December 3- January 7

The Red Divers of the Everglades:

The Red Divers of the Everglades:

The Battle Begins | SCAD Museum of Art

Miami artist brings to airport his Everglades-inspired vision

Miami artist brings to airport his Everglades-inspired vision

August 30, 2021

“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.”

'I Like Your Work' Podcast

'I Like Your Work' Podcast

Eps 23: Artist Melissa Meyer-Filled With Life- Painting in NYC 1960s- present

Erica b Hess interviews Melissa Meyer for episode 23 of 'I Like Your Work' Podcast Jul 9, 2019 Updated: Jan 9, 2020

MELISSA MEYER’S SPREZZATURA

MELISSA MEYER’S SPREZZATURA

By Leslie Wayne / November 12, 2018

'The work of Melissa Meyer (NA 2010) possesses a kind of “sprezzatura”—meaning that it takes a great deal of skill and technical bravado to make it look so easy. Not many artists can pull that off.'

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Palm Beach Post

Owner aims for creative vibes, community ties

May 26, 2019

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. 

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Melissa Meyer's Urban Vision

Meyer has turned Pollock’s all-over painting on its head.

November 25, 2018

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.

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Palm Beach Post

Cultural Council awards $18,000 in grants to individual artists

October 10, 2017

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.