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Thought-Provokers: Palm Beach

Miami has always had an artistic soul. The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community. Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive. Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.

Below, you’ll find some incredible artists from in and around Palm Beach that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Debbie Korbel

It narrowed my career choices to: “artist” or “lone shooter.” I loved to make things, to draw, to paint and to generally get lost into my own head. It was fun. Read more>>

James Knill

I have created artwork since I was a child. I was always inspired by artwork. I never went to an “art school”, but I have always worked in the fine art field. Read more>>

heather blanton

Faced with no mediums any longer, i decided to break through my fears of the blank canvas and started painting. I now focus of the niche market of Sports Paintings, primarily focused on cyclists, runners, golfers, triathlons and such. Read more>>

Kris Kulah

However there is a curiosity I have always been attracted to about the world around me and stories and images that may strike from a conversation, a dream, or just out and about capturing moments that i see. Read more>>

Mick Swigert

Spred the Dub has been going on ten solid years of performing all over the Southeast as they are easily one of the hardest working local outfits in Florida. For their efforts they’ve often been lauded by both fans and critics. Read more>>

Serene and Coco Salinas

Serene&Salinas was born on June’2015, this is our story; Coco Salinas was in the search of a Female Lead singer for his Band who was fierce, kind & full of talent. Serene Salinas was in the search of a Band to be the Lead Singer of and was searching for a Band director… Read more>>

Brenna Jorgensen

This story begins around my childhood. I grew up with a lot of female influence in the kitchen. My dad made breakfast on Saturday mornings usually, he made the eggs at least and my mom would bake cookies almost every week or these things called Paris puffins on the weekends. Read more>>

THE GLORIOUS DEATH John Mejia (Guitarrist and Vocals)

The Glorious Death is and Old School Death Metal band formed in 2005 by Carlos Linares (drums) and John Mejia (Guitar and Vocals) , native of Medellín , now accompanied by Andres Serrano on bass also native of Medellin. Read more>>

Shaye Babb

Photography really started to interest me in high school, and I still fall more in love with it every day. After high school, I skipped college to go to a one year photography school in NYC, and started my own business very soon after finishing. Read more>>

Gina Torkos

My love affair with art started very early, staying with me through all the things life throws at you to distract you from your true calling. I experimented with many different mediums over the years but really loved working in oils most. Read more>>

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