LAKE WORTH ARTS
The Art of Florida Living
Saturday , January 23, 2016
Lake Worth Galleries District
Home to South Florida’s largest concentration of Fine Art and Craft Galleries in
Palm Beach County.
Downtown Lake Worth, long known for its charming eccentricities in art deco architecture, culture and people has opened its arms to a rebirth of some of the finest visual arts, experimental music forms, dance and theater groups. This is reflected in the many locally-owned boutiques, art galleries, vintage shops, and specialty and jewelry stores.
Rolando Chang Barrero Fine Art Gallery
711 Lucerne Avenue
The Rolando Chang Barrero Fine Art Gallery Presents,
Armory Art Center
1121 Lucerne Avenue
Annex Gallery -a show of work from our Artists in Residence and Department Directors.
Artisans on the Avenue
630 Lake Avenue
809 Lucerne Avenue
Bruce Webber Gallery
705 Lucerne Avenue
Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery
15 S. J Street
Cultural Council of Palm Beach County
601 Lake Avenue
Lake Worth Art League
604 Lucerne Avenue
Urban Arts Lofts
1202 Lucerne Avenue
The Urban Arts Lofts (UAL) consists of 12, brand new, two-story live/work lofts in the heart of the City. The three essential elements of this federally funded project included: style, sustainability and affordability. The Urban Arts Lofts provides workspace along with affordable housing for artists. These lots were once blighted and underutilized but the development of energy efficient/green units has helped market the City and given a real focus on setting the standard for arts and culture.
Benzaiten Center for Creative Arts
Benzaiten Center for Creative Arts, the new 12,000 square foot ‘Fine Arts Fabrication Center’ located in Lake Worth is proud to be hosting the Art Synergy event for the city. Half of this newly renovated Historic FEC Train Depot building will be set up as a mini, art fair displaying artwork created by the professional artists who live and work in Lake Worth. Local galleries will also be represented. The other half of this unique building, the area that houses its glass studio and hot shop, will be turned over to two of Habatat Gallery’s top selling artists,
This event was graciously underwritten by our Presenting Sponsor, The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County. Additional sponsors include: Benzaiten Center for Creative Arts, McMow Art Glass, Habatat Galleries, LULA-Lake Worth Arts, and Artisans of the Ave.
For information about LULA check out www.lakewortharts.com or call 561.493.2550