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 something they like!
We hope you will join us at 7 PM on Saturday, November 4, 2017 to meet the artists and experience the charm of Art Gallery 21, located in the former Woman’s Club of Wilton Manors. The exhibit will be open to the public until December 2, 2017.
If you aren’t able to join us for the opening, don’t worry. The gallery will be open on Saturday, November 18 for the ART EXPO (art walk) on Wilton Drive.
Art Gallery 21, Inc. is a nonprofit organization working in partnership with Wilton Manors Leisure Services Department to bring more art experiences to the Island City. We are located at 600 NE 21 Court, Wilton Manors, FL 33305, next to the volleyball court at the northeast corner of Hagen Park, just east of Wilton Drive.
Art Gallery 21 is thrilled beyond measure to be a part of the Wilton Manors Art Expo as a Silver Sponsor! The first “art walk” of the season is this Saturday coming, November 21st, from 7 to 10 PM and we’ll be represented at the gallery in the Woman’s Club AND at City Hall! As we learn more about this recharged and rebranded event, we’ll make sure to share with our fans!
Here’s the first poster of the season and we encourage everyone to visit Tom Rossetti’s gallery on the Drive!
Art Gallery 21’s current exhibit showcases some of the best art around with paintings created by local talents Robert Gross, Celia Diaz, Aviva Sasson, Monika Hurter, Dirk Eberle, Angie Riserbato and Lisa Boyd. And, at City Hall, you will find a wonderful showcase of Tyce Marshall’s seascapes!
Remember: Art Gallery 21 is located on NE 21 Court, one block west of Wilton Drive, right next to the volleyball court! We’re the hidden gem everyone is talking about!
We’re going to reveal the first new art exhibition of the season tomorrow night and we’re all pretty excited. The artists are bringing some munchies and some wine and Shawn of Shawn & Nick’s Courtyard Cafe is bringing trays of hot foods for us as well! Our “art socials” are always a lot of fun and you never know who you might run into! The artists are in a celebratory mood because they’re showing their art, and, honestly … nothing makes an artist happier than sharing their work!
Once the new show is open, we’re going to resume our efforts to SELL ART! The artists in this show are all über talented and worthy of any patron’s hard earned dollars. Should you visit the gallery, you would see oils, watercolors and gouache renderings of landscapes and still lifes alongside delicate studies that will mesmerize your brain. Robert Gross and Dirk Eberle are two of the best (if not THE best) watercolor artists in these parts. Their work is at once realistic and otherworldly. Their exquisite mastery of their medium is truly a vision to behold. I’ve watched folks stand in front of one of their paintings for as much as twenty minutes, studying the hidden beauty that is captured there. Now, to find those blessed souls who will purchase one (or two) of their paintings! That would really give us all cause for celebration!
Art Gallery 21 is pleased to feature the art of two of Broward County’s finest artists, Celia Diaz and Robert Gross, in our first art show of the season. This exhibit will also include art by Lisa Boyd, Dirk Eberle, Monica Hurter, Angie Riserbato and Aviva Sasson, local artists who possess a ton of talent and who bring a whole lotta fun to our art socials!
Everyone is invited to view the art and meet the artists during an Art Social from 7 to 9 PM on Friday, October 23, 2015. The gallery will be open Fridays from 7 to 9 PM through November 27. Come on by! We’re pretty sure you’ll be glad you did!
Art Gallery 21 is a Florida nonprofit organization working in partnership with Wilton Manors Leisure Services Department to bring more art to the Arts & Entertainment District.