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PALM BEACH CONTEMPORARY: THE LAST BIG ART SHOW OF THE SEASON!

From Sculptural to Functional, Wearable and More, Palm Beach Contemporary Offers Something for Everyone

Palm Beach Contemporary Art Glass

Charles Savoie creates art glass that is sought after by collectors worldwide.


For three days in March we will transform the Expo Center at the South Florida Fairgrounds into a sea of beautiful art, design, fashion and furnishings.
Palm Beach Contemporary features over 100 of the nation’s top contemporary artists offering their latest work in ceramics, glass, metal, mixed media, furniture and more. You’ll also find wearable art, jewelry and fashion accessories.
All of the work is one-of-a-kind or limited edition, and it’s all hand-crafted by some of the most talented artists on earth. Many of the artists you’ll meet at the show have work in major museum collections, including the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and many others.
Metal sculpture by Robert Farrell

Metal sculpture by Robert Farrell


Aussie Eucalyptus Burl wood vessel by Stephen Potts, Palmetto, GA.

Wood vessel by Stephen Potts


Glass table by Kit Karbler

Glass table by Kit Karbler


IF YOU GO:
WHAT: PALM BEACH CONTEMPORARY: THE ART, DESIGN & FASHION EVENT OF THE YEAR!
WHEN: March 10, 11 & 12, 2017
HOURS: Friday & Saturday 10am-6pm | Sunday 11am-5pm
WHERE: South Florida Expo Center | 9067 Southern Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33411
TICKETS: $15 | seniors (65+) $12 | 14 and under FREE
PARKING: FREE
WEBSITE: http://www.pbartshow.com

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