Saturday, June 23, 2018

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Monday, June 18, 2018

Internationally Renowned Public Artist & Photographer Lloyd Goradesky

Born and raised on Miami Beach, Lloyd Goradesky is an internationally recognized artist and photographer known for his iconic Gator In The Bay art installation, bringing attention and awareness to the Florida Everglades.
“Goradesky’s work is compared to Christo & Jean-Claude. Using the Power of Art to bring awareness to our natural surroundings, Goradesky’s art extends from multi-media design to complex material creations.” -Discovery Channel
In addition to his highly acclaimed photography work, Goradesky is famous for his Public Art project in 2012-2013 “Gator in the Bay,” a 33,000-pound alligator the size of a football field that floats. The head is a 3-story steel sculpture built on a self-propelled barge using recycled junkyard materials. The upper jaw attached to the boom of a crane, opens and closes. The body is made of 104 individual boards (called Floating Art Tiles) displaying 3,000 photographs of the Everglades (captured by the artist).
The head/upper jaw was featured during Art Basel Miami-2012; entire piece was featured in Art Basel Miami-2013. Received widespread, international print and broadcast media coverage, including: ABC, CBS, NBC, NPR, CNN, Fox News, Yahoo News, Discovery Channel, Huffington Post, The Examiner, Sun Sentinel, Miami New Times and Miami Herald. Project Manager and Artist, Goradesky worked with federal, environmental and local city officials including Homeland Security, Marine Control, U.S. Coast Guard and NASA for approval. Budget $1,000,000. Private funding for this public art project.

Goradesky is extremely active within the local South Florida community and sits on numerous boards for non-profits and environmental organizations. Art Board Affiliations include:

Life is Art Board 2017-2018

Weiner Museum of Decorative Arts, Voluntary Adviser & Instructor, 2018

Artists in Residence in Everglades Board 2016-2017

Education for Tomorrow Advisory 2016-2017

WiseTribe Elder 2016-2017

Love The Everglades Movement Board 2012-2017

Miccosukee Advisory Board 2011-2014
The artist and photographer hosts workshops at various museums and galleries throughout South Florida, such as his recent photography workshop at the Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts (WMODA) in Hollywood, Florida on April 27, 2018 during Museum Week with upcoming sessions TBD.
The renowned public artist and photographer is known for his cutting-edge projects and site-specific installations throughout South Florida. For inquiries on how to commission a piece or start a project, private or group photography lessons, wedding or event packages, contact Goradesky at (305)915-2691, or email more information visit or

Friday, June 8, 2018

The Ultimate 4th of July Celebration aboard SeaFair MegaYacht

Enjoy a 4th of July celebration like no other...

JULY 4TH • 6-10 PM

Best View of Fireworks in Miami
& Internationally Acclaimed Hora Loca Show  
on the SkyDeck of the $40 Million SeaFair MegaYacht

$149 per person ($89 per child)

Cocktails and American 4th of July Lite Fare

Limited availability.

Designed by internationally acclaimed yacht designer Luis De Basto, the 222 ft., 2,800 international ton, $40M purpose-built vessel is the largest commercial operation ship in the Intercoastal waterway. This uber-lux mega yacht offers the ultimate excursion experience where sea and sky converge with iconic Miami's unique glamour.

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Artist Gary Kroman Creates Incredible Art Using Painted Plexiglass with LED Lights

Gary Kroman beside his art with a collector

South Florida-based artist Gary Kroman, whose paintings are created using layered plexiglass with LED lights - pieces can be special made, custom ordered or choose from the artists extensive inventory. 

'Erased Mickey' w/LED Lighting

Known for his rock n' roll inspired floating pop art, Kroman is a New York City native famous for his massive volumes of posters, magazine covers, album covered art and T-shirts. 

'Star Girl' Painted Plexiglass w/LED Lighting

His posters, most notably the 100 Grateful Dead songs, Sunshine Daydream, Summer of Love 20th year anniversary and Dead Serenade are licensed and sold to various companies in many categories all over the world. 

'David Bowie, RIP Starman', Plexiglass w/LED Lighting

Currently his subject matter is celebrities and what that persona means. Kroman's art pieces are available at The Box Gallery 811 Belvedere Road in West Palm Beach, Florida

Saturday, June 2, 2018

#CallToArtists: SaveArtSpace Public Art Nationwide Open Call

SaveArtSpace Announces Nationwide Open Call
Your Art In Your Community
Submit Now For Your Chance To Have Your Art Exhibited On Advertisement Space In New York City! Deadline to Submit: June 30, 2018.

Don't miss your opportunity to have your artwork displayed on advertisement space in your community and beyond. Learn more at

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Coral Springs Museum of Art presents Profoundly Playful: A Survey of Work

Join us Thursday, June 14th from 6-8pm, experience renowned artist Dana Donaty at the Coral Springs Museum of Art for the Opening Reception of Profoundly Playful: A Survey of Work. Exhibition on view June 2 through August 25, 2018.

Widely recognized for her provocative canvases with unusual narrative, Donaty’s unmistakable satirical lexicon is a perfect collision of reality and fantasy, outlandish burlesque, psychological flirtation and a super charged palette that is like a party about to get thoroughly out of control. She has completed many award winning public art projects, featured in over 50 national and international publications. She has garnered multiple awards within the design industry, as she has been sought after to create unique commissions for high profile residential and commercial projects.

Saturday, May 12, 2018

SaveArtSpace: 'Cultural Diversity' Public Art & Gallery Exhibition

Through public art and gallery exhibition, SaveArtSpace and X Gallery will celebrate the diversity in Harlem that makes it such a unique evolving community.

Over time the village of Harlem has become the most multicultural community in New York City and is must see for tourists visiting from around the world. As Harlem continues to change culturally, landmarks and statues have a strong presence to remind all visitors of the history of Harlem. We want to capture the spirit of diversity in Harlem through art. Open Call Extended To June 5. Submit Now

Friday, May 11, 2018

Superfine! NYC: The Movie (+ The E-Fair Lives!)

"Superfine! is a new kind of art fair: welcoming and affordable."
Fall in love all over again with Superfine! NYC.
Art to fall in love with.
That's what thousands of New Yorkers found this past week at the second annual edition of Superfine! NYC in the Meatpacking District. 78 booths full of artists + art professionals put forth their best work and their tireless energy for four days and five nights at New York's favorite emerging art fair. Sales were brisk across the board with notable New Yorkers like Lin-Manuel Miranda (writer of Hamilton) taking home works by the hundreds of artists that made up Superfine! NYC.

New works from Jersey City-based Deep Space Gallery's RU8ICON1 and Pittsburgh-based Box Heart Gallery's Sherry Rusinack and Nicole Gronvold Roller all found New York homes; as did those of solo artists including Wade Asa (NC), Richard Ahnert (Toronto), Monica Delgado (NYC), Noel Kassowitz (Miami / Washington DC), Shamona Stokes (Jersey City), and many, many more. While the art on the walls was certainly the focus, visitors also sipped SŌTŌ sake + sake-tails, delved into dim sum courtesy of Chinatown trailblazer Nom Wah Tea Parlor, and munched bites from Ancolie's "healthy French" in-fair epicurean cantine and Snowdays' one-night snow cream pop-up. Performance art also lit up the floor with Heidi Latsky Dance, Dream Caverns, and a Girls' Night Out performance by Sylva Dean and Me.

All this incredible art wouldn't be possible without you: our passionate exhibitors, devoted collectors, and talented journalists who help us tell the story of the new, inclusive art market we're building with each edition of Superfine! around the globe. We thank you and invite you to join us in stepping back inside Superfine! NYC one last time.
Want to re-live the fair in video form?
WATCH: Superfine! NYC Video Recap
Missed the fair, but still want to fill your home with original art?
DISCOVER: Superfine! NYC E-Fair
Curious about what's next?
LEARN: More About Superfine! DC
Above, clockwise from top: artist Abby Elizabeth introduces collectors to her work, artist Emma Repp with a happy new collector, a guided tour stops at the Box Heart Gallery booth.
Thank you to all of our supporters in the media, you help us spread the Superfine! message directly and honestly, and we appreciate your hard work!
New York Magazine's "The Cut" / An Art Fair Where the Pieces Come to Life
Art Zealous / Superfine! is Coming to NYC
Canvas and Crumpets / Profile of Superfine! Founders
Quiet Lunch / Superfine! NYC Keeps it Real
Clyde Fitch Report / LeRoi at Superfine! NYC
...and many more.
Above, clockwise from top: "Biggie 1" by Damian Gonzales (Deep Space Gallery) $1,800; "Untitled I" by Marcelo Suaznabar (Spence Gallery) $1,500; "Taschen Series IV" by Kal Mansur (reference: contemporary) $550; "Tyson's Corner #2 - Racing Pigeon" (Clara Arts) $3,000; "A King's Tale" by Andrew Ooi (Box Heart Gallery) $250.
Below: ecstatic collectors with new works to take home!

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Art Call: The Box Gallery in WPB presents IMPRESS, an Exhibition of Works by Professional Printmakers

The Box Gallery WPB

An exhibition of works by professional printmakers.

The Box Gallery
811 Belvedere Road
West Palm Beach, Florida 33405
Art Call Deadline:
April 26, 2018

Exhibition Dates: 

May 12-June 1, 2018


The non-refundable processing fee for the online application is $40, payable online when you fill out the application on, or before
811 Belvedere Road
West Palm Beach, Florida 33405

IMPRESS Exhibition is open to all professional printmakers. All work to be exhibited must be well conceived, expertly executed, and arrive ready to hang. If your work requires a pedestal or has any special display requirements

All work should reflect the individuality 

The exhibition is open to all professional artists.

The images submitted must fully reflect the work to be exhibited. 
Include: Images, description of process, size of work, artist statement, and artist curriculum.

Applicant may submit (1) one image of each work to be shown for consideration. A minimum of two (2) works and a maximum of three (3).
April 26, 2018.

The late application deadline is April 30, 2018. A non-refundable $20 late fee in addition to the regular application fee (total $60) will apply.

Payment of Application Fee
Aia payee:
Send check or money order to
Payee: The Box Gallery
The Box Gallery

of the artist. 



Submissions must be sent via dropbox to

Applicant may submit (1) one image of each work to be shown for consideration. A minimum of two (2) works and a maximum of three (3).
File format: JPEG only

File dimensions: No smaller than 1920 pixels on the longest side
File resolution: 300 dpi (standard web resolution)
File size: 5 MB maximum

Notification of accepted works on May 1, 2018. 

A contract and other forms will be sent to those accepted into the May 2018 exhibition which opens on May 12, 2018 and continues through June 1, 2018.

You must provide a Certified Certificate of Authenticity for each work accepted.

Please double check to make sure you have entered an up-to-date email address included with your submission.