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Mr. LightsandPaint
Wynwood Artist Début in West Palm

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Emerging Artist Creates Artwork that Comes Alive

Michael Andrew Jacobson aka Mr. LightsAndPaint will launch an exhibit of his creative and unique works at EmKo Galleries, located at 2119 South Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach.  The exhibit begins February 22nd and will run through the end of March.  Known for his Mixed Media Art which he enhances with LED Lights, Michael is a member of Miami’s Young Artist Initiative and is active in the burgeoning Wynwood Arts Community.  ‘The Eye’ pictured above is on display in the dining room of University of Miami’s President Julio Frenk.  

Determined and ambitious for something new and great, Mr. LightsAndPaint has a unique understanding of the mechanics of artistic talent, which he creatively demonstrates through various works of art.    Using multiple mediums and color schemes his artwork develops a rhythm of its own. Lights and Paint…more than just a painting and a visual show, it is artwork that comes alive.

“My mission is for you never to get bored looking at one of my pieces. You can even customize the color of the LED lights to your preference or mood.” explains Mr. LightsAndPaint.

Born in New York City, Michael was raised on Star Island in Miami Beach.  Michael’s mother, Roni Jacobson Goldsmith is a Palm Beach resident and an avid art collector as well as a supporter of the local Arts Community.  She noticed and cultivated Michael’s artistic talents from a young age.  “Michael’s teachers recognized his artistic leanings, when he was at Miami Country Day School, the Cushman School, and the University of Miami.” explains his mother.  He worked for a time at the Marlborough Galleries in New York City, and his work has been exhibited at the Lowe Art Museum in Miami.  

Mr. LightsAndPaint Exhibit
Starting February 22nd –  March 31st
2119 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, Fl 33401
EmKo Gallery Hours:  Tuesday- Saturday 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
Tel: 561.227 3511
 
 
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