Island City Winners’ Show

Opening Reception for The Winners’ Show is Saturday, 21 December, 7pm-9pm.  Come meet the artists and toast to the art of celebrating the holiday season. Refreshments served. Live music. Paid parking close by.  Art will be on exhibit from December 21, 2019 to January 11, 2020. WINNERS: THOMAS REBEK SUZANNE BARTON ROB SAUNDERS RODGER HELT…

ArtStART: Mentoring Emerging Teenage Artists

Art Gallery 21 is pleased to introduce the young artists of ArtStART to our audience! Join us Saturday, November 16th at 7 PM when we unveil the exhibit showcasing the work of Young Artists from ArtStART, Mentoring Emerging Teenage Artists. Meet the artists and their mentors! Their art will hang in the gallery from November…

first exhibit of the season

8th Annual Island City Juried Art Exhibit Juried by Tom Rossetti | Curated by Robert Gross Exhibit opens October 19th at 7 PM Winners will be announced and refreshments will be served. Stop by for a visit if you’re on the street for Art Walk Wilton Manors. We’d love to see you again or meet…

The Winner’s Show

December 1-29, 2018 featuring the art of Nia Nakis | Mark Baker | Errol Gross |  Charlene Hamilton  | Opening Reception at 7 PM on Saturday, December 1st _________________________________________________________ Each of these winning artists has a unique style all their own. Nia Nakis creates colorful acrylic paintings that are bright and filled with delight. Mark…

Presenting Five Florida Artists

Art Gallery 21 is pleased to present the extraordinary work of five local artists: Rosemary Lisa Boyd, Monika Hurter, Barbara Pardon, Angie Riserbato and Aviva Sasson are local painters, each with a distinctively different style. The range of mediums includes oil, watercolor, acrylic and mixed media and we feel confident in saying everyone will see…

Hot town, summer in the city …

Today is the First Day of Summer and we’d love it if you would join us THIS Saturday evening, June 24th, at 7 PM when we will unveil our latest exhibition of art, showcasing the works of  five very talented local artists: Darlene Fenster, Carol Finlayson, Barbara Pardon, Heidi Reiter and Henry Rhommerdahl. Our art socials…

There’s something about the Smithsonian.

Maybe it’s because it’s the world’s largest museum and research complex, with 19 museums, 9 research centers, and affiliates around the world. Maybe it’s because it was established in 1846 “for the increase and diffusion of knowledge,” and is administered by the Government of the United States. Or, it could very well be that we…