Armory Art Center Artist Showcase
Date and Time
Friday Aug 12, 2022
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM EDT
Armory Art Center:
811 Park Place
West Palm Beach, FL., 33401
Discount Registration Deadline: Friday August 5th @ 5:00 p.m. Members in Advance: $25 After Deadline Members: $30
Future Members in Advance: $30 After Deadline Future Members: $35
*Walk-ins accepted at this event.
CANCELATIONS must be made 72 hours prior to the event for a refund.
*Photos will be taken at this event for publications and promotions.
Discount Registration Deadline:
Friday August 5th @ 5:00 p.m.
Members in Advance: $25 After Deadline Members: $30
Rachel Quismundo 561-833-3711ext. 225
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED: Purchase a ticket at the door for $35
Join us for Armory Art Center Artist Showcase where we will proudly display the work of three different artists, as well as have a demonstration.
Learn about Armory Art Center and all the classes and workshops it has to offer. Use this as a stepping stone to get involved in the art community in Palm Beach.
About Armory Art Center:
Housed in a historic art deco building, the Armory Art Center provides art classes for artist of all ages and abilities, exhibitions, art salons, lectures, and special events. Nearly 100 courses, held in 12 state-of-the-art studios, are offered in ceramics, digital arts, drawing, jewelry, painting, printmaking, fibers, sculpture, welding, and wood turning are offered each year.
*Lite bites and drink tickets will be provided*
Bring a donation of art supplies: markers, colored pencils, paper, clay, paint, etc. for the Education Foundation of Palm Beach County, to help support future artists.
About the Artists:
- Debra Snyder: Alcohol Ink on Tile. Debra will demo how to create abstract, landscape, tropical and/or floral designs with various techniques. Alcohol inks have extremely vibrant colors due to heavy pigmentation. Alcohol ink is a fun and unique medium, allowing for simple creative freedom.
- Alicia Jane Boswell: Torch Fire Enamel Demonstration. Fusing vibrant colors of vitreous enamel/powered glass on precious metal with only a metalsmithing torch, this demonstration will cover how to use delicate layers of glass in order to make contemporary designs and patterns for wearable jewelry.
- Mark Walnock and Stephen Futej: Wheelwork. Enjoy a wheel demonstration and a hand built sculpting demonstrations. Learn more about clay with these demonstrations using two primary techniques- throwing a vessel on the pottery wheel, and hand building a sculpture using freeform sculpting methods and slab construction.
Artists work L-R
Debra Snyder, Alicia Jane Boswell, Mark Walnock