Artistic diversity key to fine art exhibition success
Artistic diversity was the key to success at the recent opening reception for the fine art exhibition, “Three the Art Way: Jerry Rabinowitz, Edwina Sandys and Katherine Schumacher” in the Marjorie S. Fisher Gallery at the Center for Creative Education’s (CCE).
The educational nonprofit focuses on engaging children though the arts, reinforced their mission to create awareness of their cause and newly renovated Northwood Village facility last night with over 100 people in attendance of the opening reception.
Collage artist, Kathryn Adele Schumacher is exhibiting in the month long exhibition alongside well-known painter, sculptor and print maker Edwina Sandys, granddaughter of Sir Winston Churchill and a past recipient of the United Nations Society of Writers & Artists Award for Excellence. Fine Art Photographer Jerry Rabinowitz, an award winning commercial and editorial photographer rounds off the diverse exhibition.
The unique display of collage, photography, painting and sculpture, curated by local West Palm Beach artist and personality, Bruce Helander was extraordinary in its ability to bring an exclusive crowd to the Center.
Mr. Helander, CCE board member, art critic, curator and artist whose specialty is collage and assemblage was excited about the opening reception and the guests who attended.
Helander was very proud of the success of opening night and said, “The CCE lived up to its reputation for exhibiting first rate artists. It is our intention to continue with exhibitions of this variety and integrity. It is a great positive influence for our visitors and students to see this level of art on display.”
”As a curator, I choose these three artists as it produced an interesting, eclectic and creative mix that was appealing to a wide audience. I was thrilled to see such a great turnout with many of the area’s collector’s in attendance, along with artists and residents. They all certainly loved the show.”