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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.

Tom D’Auria

I find inspiration in what I experience outdoors and continue my endeavor to translate these scenes into oil. I strive to communicate my thoughts of nature in a balance of realism and artistic expression. Read more>>

Murderdoll Ivy

I started to use cosplay as a way to sell my art but I enjoyed it so much, I ended up cosplaying full time. Now I create most of my cosplays from scratch and help other people achieve their cosplay goals through panels and sometimes videos. Read more>>

Becky Osborne

People liked the cakes I made for myself and started hiring me to make their cakes. I love cosplay and that lead to make-up and costume making at Fright Nights. If you are passionate enough about what you do people will recognize it. Read more>>

Renata Rodrigues

When I was 15 yo I started working as a graphic designer in Sao Paulo and did everything from printed art, design of websites and digital photo-restoration. I graduated in Graphic Design at The University of Fine Arts of Sao Paulo and later moved to Australia and then New Zealand. Read more>>

Claire Jane Kendrick , CJK-Studio

“All the senses seem to be wide open in Claire’s paintings – she is a talented and committed painter and clearly has her own voice, a painter’s painter. I would place my bets on Claire now and in the future.”. Read more>>

Renzo Forestier

This film featured various artist from all around the world, but the one that called my attention the most was a French artist by the tag Invader. He was the first artist to make installations with tiles on the streets, I immediately fell in love with his art and his style. Read more>>

Julie Catona

My passion for animation led me to pursue a degree in 3D Animation & VFX at the Academy of Art in San Francisco where I was able to experiment and create in all new mediums. Combining my love for digital art, charcoal renderings, sculpture & stop-motion animation- I entered a new realm of artistry. Read more>>

Cassie Ortiz

Singing became more and more important to me, especially with my mom not being a part of my life. I remember running around the house when I was little with a head set microphone pretending I was Hannah Montana driving my dad crazy. Read more>>

Kyle McLoren

I have really stepped up my game in learning new techniques, continuously drawing and continuing to grow as an artist; but I believe you never stop learning and can only gain more knowledge. Read more>>

Graham White

As a kid I liked to draw and ended up going to school for Graphic design. I was never really into photography, it was intimidating to me. My thought was that you have much less control over your composition since you merely capture it instead of create it from scratch. Read more>>

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