Robert Farrell is committed to the importance and relevance of objects created with a Craftsman’s own hands. His intricate sculptural and table-top metal pieces are primarily one-of-a-kind and are created in his one-person studio. Farrell’s most recent body of work includes wall pieces, toys, and buildings designed to evoke an emotional response or a memory from the viewer.
Along with Farrell’s commitment to his art, he returns to the Palm Beach Fine Craft Show this year with a wonderful pledge to benefit three local non-profit organizations in a major fashion. He will contribute 15% of the proceeds from any piece over $6,000 sold at the Palm Beach Fine Craft Show to benefit three non-profit organizations selected to be part of the VIP “Head to Toes” event which are the Center for Creative Education, Glades Academy Foundation, and Shuzz Organization. Farrell joins over 50 other artists at the Palm Beach Fine Craft Show who have selected pieces to appeal to collectors and committed a percentage of the proceeds to the “Head to Toes” effort. Categories include glass, ceramics, sculpture, furniture, as well as mixed media, fashion, jewelry, and more.
The 13th Annual Palm Beach Fine Craft Show takes place at the Palm Beach County Convention Center February 26th through 28th. The highly curated Palm Beach Fine Craft Show, voted number one in the nation by Art Fair Source Book provides an opportunity for interactive dialogue with the artists themselves for avid collectors as well as those looking for an introduction to beginning a personal collection. Jury Members have reviewed a record number of artist’s submissions from all across the U.S. For more information and to sign up for updates, please go to www.craftsamericashows.com
Tickets will be available for sale beginning January 2016 through the website. Show hours are Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Sunday hours are from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m.