Armory Art Center's Inner Circle tours Bethesda church, gardens
About a dozen members of the Armory Art Center’s Inner Circle enjoyed a tour of the art, architecture and gardens at The Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea Monday in the art group's season finale of an insider look at art.
The Armory Art Center is a visual arts school, which makes it a natural venue for an exhibition featuring art teachers. In fact, the center is hosting two such shows, one showcasing the work of its faculty and the other art by members of the Palm Beach County Art Teachers Association.
28 artists will show their work as well as functional ART Mirrors created by each artist for an exhibition and charitable auction at the Armory Art Center Jan 14, 2011. To create these ART Mirror pieces, each artist used their specific medium ranging from oil and acrylic painting to embellishing, sculpting and even Gyotaku, a traditional form of Japanese fish printing.
Art Rock transformed Armory Art Center into the art version of Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory. Artwork was on the walls, on tables, on people, and in jars. It was in the form of jewelry, paintings, magnets, skateboards, and cupcakes.