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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.

G. P3$0

I make music that forces you to think. Mostly because I have never really been a simplistic person. Life, in general, isn’t something that comes to mind when you think of simplicity, and a lot of my music relates back to life lessons and experiences. Read more>>

Peter Lamos

I have been an artist my whole life, drawing ever since I could hold a pencil in my hand. I actually have a picture of me with a marker pretending that I am tattooing myself when I was around four so I guess I could tell I always wanted to be a tattoo artist. Read more>>

Big J

With any art, there is freedom of expression with my music. I try to project my struggles the ups the downs and everything in between from my life into one sound. It could be the way I’m feeling at the time or because of a specific moment at the time being it’s all goes off how I’m feeling. Read more>>

Joe Mignone

All while going to school full time, starting a new career path and putting in the endless hours behind the scenes to make this show happen every single week for my listeners. So yea things will get really hard sometimes, but no matter how hard it gets, don’t ever tell yourself no. Read more>>

Tori Poor

Once I was free of that responsibility, the creative side of me started to conquer. I feel like I’m still getting to know myself in these ways. I think the message I try to send through my art is to never let go of what makes you happy. Even if it feels childish or you think you’re too mature to enjoy it. Read more>>

Akai Marje

Everything happens for a reason & in its own time. So if you don’t have it right now, improvise; Writing is free, making rough drafts in voice memos is free, if you have an apple product you have GarageBand for FREE, etc. Trust the process and dont stress yourself out. Read more>>

Diamond Rollins

I wanted to defy the odds and inspire girls (and guys too) that looked like me or ever felt like they were inadequate to pursue their dreams. I really hope that people are able to feel a flow of positive vibes, optimism, and God’s glow on life when they look at my content. Read more>>

Bleau

Bleau or Bleauisnotcool is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, fashion designer, and artist. All self-sufficient produced recordings and pieces made to prove you can do anything by yourself as long you put your mind to it. Everything I’ve created is either made from the pain or my heart. Read more>>

Laura “Lali” Mora

I go by the name Lali, LVLI is my brand and this is how it all started. Visits to the optometrist were weekly routines for me; I always knew my eyesight wasn’t the best but my vision was always clear, In grade school my teachers found my artwork to be impressive and without realizing it at the time. Read more>>

Brianna Faith Rivers

I create art through paintings, performances, photographs, and writings. I can’t be confined to one medium, the way my mind processes ideas never stays in one form, and my passions follow that.I mainly utilize compositions of animals and the human figure to give tangible form to otherwise etherial concepts. Read more>>

Michael Janis

Since 2004, I have taught workshops on my glass art techniques around the world. Awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in 2012, I went to England’s University of Sunderland and taught at the UK’s National Glass Centre where I became an Artist-in-Residence at the Institute for International Research in Glass (IIRG). Read more>>

Dony Nelson

My dream had always been to go on to Medical School and become a Physician, but things didn’t quite work out the way I wanted them to at first. So, with some time on my hands, I decided that I would teach biology and chemistry and was afforded an opportunity to teach at a charter middle school for a year. Read more>>

Zoë Joiner

After graduating college in Tallahassee and spending the following seven years in Houston my husband and I were eager to move back to his home state and our current, more tropical digs in Florida. I told myself I would never take this paradise for granted, and we started going to the beach once a week where it soon became a form of (free!) therapy to help me cope with the stress of a demanding bartending job. Read more>>

Rodrigo Macedo

My art is to try to bring a dramatic, emotional side to sports and street photography. To capture emotions and facial expressions in sports and daily moments in life. Expressing my emotions was always a difficult task in my life, and I found an opportunity to use the camera to show how I feel using my photos. Read more>>

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