The Silver Fund celebrates its 6th year at Masterpiece London, June 29-July 5
Masterpiece London launched in 2010 with a unique focus on cross-collecting. Over the past seven years it has established itself as the leading international event for viewing and buying the finest works of art, from antiquity to the … Read More
Chef Sean Brasel transports us through Bordeaux
Having recently experienced Meat Market’s Indian Culinary adventure, I reserved a table of twelve for my friends in anticipation of Meat Market’s upcoming Iconic Bordeaux wine pairing dinner. I wasn’t taking any chances, as the recent Indian cuisine and wine pairing dinner master minded by … Read More
Father launches 50 mile stand-up paddleboard challenge to raise awareness for Cystic Fibrosis
When Piper was four years old, she was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis, a terminal lung disease that currently does not have a cure. CF is a genetic disorder that causes a thick buildup of mucus in the … Read More
Have you noticed more people walking around wearing red sneakers? It may be because of a young boy named Oakley Debbs.
If you ever met Oakley Debbs, you would have thought what a great kid he was. 11 years old, he attended Rosarian Academy in West Palm Beach. He … Read More
30-year anniversary culminates with a special Warhol celebration of his life and art
Many of us remember that day 30 years ago, April 1, 1987; but while on assignment for Vanity Fair, internationally renowned photographer Christophe von Hohenberg actually experienced and captured the end of an era and the bittersweet, yet … Read More
Artist Paul Freundt firmly believes that sculptural presence, although important, must not override the functional requirements of the piece. Known for his many public installations in the Atlanta area, Paul is a member of both the Furniture Council as well as the American Craft Council. The award-winning artist’s fans … Read More
Born in Calcutta India, Ayesha Mayadas spent time as a textile engineer before pursuing her dream of working with metals and sculpture at the Rochester Institute of Technology.Ayesha believes line, along with form, weight and balance are key components that ensure a piece of jewelry resonates with the human form. … Read More
More than 50 guests noshed on scrumptious hors d’oeuvres while sipping Veuve Clicquot champagne recently for artist Romero Britto’s “pop-up” gallery at Meat Market Palm Beach celebrating the American Cancer Society’s Annual Benefit “Rock Palm Beach.” Britto has lent his vibrant, colorful artwork “Spotlight” for the annual event’s … Read More
The porcelain sculptures of Ray Gross are well-known, especially to Palm Beachers as highly collectible. Often mistaken for the “real thing”, the hyper-realistic sculptures have a pop-art flair that reflects the artist’s humor and outlook. Ray’s “Louie, Louie” porcelain handbag sculpture is a particularly popular piece with collectors from the … Read More
Just in time to prepare for Valentine’s Day, Hamilton Jewelers is pleased to welcome world-renowned designer Charles Krypell to the Gardens Mall on Friday, February 10th and Saturday, February 11th.
A sculptor long before he became an internationally renowned jewelry designer, Charles Krypell has always loved working in three-dimensionality, particularly with … Read More