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.
Marina Renée Hogue
Throughout my education, I have been fortunate to have amazing teachers and coaches who have helped my progress as an artist, as well as the unending support of my family and God. Currently, I am auditioning for young artist programs and doing operas, recital, and concert work throughout the United States. Read more>>
Singing has always been something that I was interested in from a very young age. My mom frequents the story of me singing along to an “Ocean Spray” commercial long before I could formulate whole sentences. Read more>>
I love the power of clothes and fashion as a vehicle of self-healing. I found that it helped me when I was going through a very difficult time in my life. For me, the power of style is when you look good, you feel good. And when you feel good, you have the power to change. Read more>>
James Mullis and Adrian Marmolejo
A lot of the music was inspired by 1940’s ragtime blues and dixieland jazz music. I also had a family that listened to a decent variety of music. I started playing guitar when my school buddy started. The only difference is that I never stopped. Read more>>
I did not become an artist as a little child; it took me years to develop my skills. I learned these skills by following my interests and through art education. I originally considered taking the path of a writer rather than a visual artist—reading books was a lot cheaper than buying art supplies back in the 60’s 70’s in Istanbul. Read more>>
The four of us were brought together through similar interest like skateboarding and eventually music. We formed the band in early 2017 though some of us had been playing music together long before that. The first time we all got together to play was in Salad’s garage in the spring of 2017. We immediately realized the chemistry we had together. Read more>>
Do what you love and love what you do! My favorite thing about taking photos is catching unique moments of happiness and emotions people express. I love vivid emotions and real bliss. That’s why I have such a passion for photography. Read more>>
We knew that we wanted to disrupt the “idea” of a band and create “a show”! Something that the audience could be a part of and be able to have an experience full of surprises that leaves them both entertained and wanted to come back over and over. Picture Show was born! Read more>>
It has given me affirmation and encouragement to move forward, and I am compelled to grow this company not only for myself and in honor of my daughter’s memory but to also encourage others to pursue their dreams, follow their hearts and expression in their own unique way. Read more>>
My interest in photography did not start until I received my certification in Photoshop from Suncoast High School. Shortly after, I joined my high school’s photography club, and although it sparked a huge interest in me, they were not connecting with the subject as much as I desired. Read more>>