Mark Cohen has ‘dabbled’ in the arts his entire career. Trained as a graphic designer and art director, he enjoyed a highly successful, 30-year career in advertising at the helm of his own company. Despite a long list of accomplishments and accolades earned, there was still one more thing looming on
Robert Barra knows the value of a good lesson. His awareness of ‘life’ as an artist and lessons learned along the way are framed in a stunning showcase of innovative ‘firsts’ and successes in the industry. This, and a true enjoyment of art, is what he brings to the classroom as an Armory instructor.
But funding has run out to keep the classes going at Armory Art Center Jimmy Perkins loved creating ceramic art as a young man. He loved it so much he earned a degree in fine art from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. But as soon as he graduated in 1970, art fell by the wayside.
About 80 artists will offer their wares to holiday shoppers Saturday and Sunday in the Armory Art Center’s third annual West Palm Beach Arts Festival.
Dec. 1-2 — Art and Armory Right upfront, you should know this event is free. The third annual West Palm Beach Arts Festival will feature 80 artists working in sculpture, photography, printmaking, painting, ceramics, drawing, glass, textiles, jewelry and mixed-media. That all takes place outside
DEC 1 -2 THE ARMORY ART CENTER | 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM 811 Park Place, West Palm Beach, FL 33401. The Armory Art Center will be holding their 3rd Annual West Palm Beach Arts Festival this December, featuring an eclectic mix of local and out-of-town artists. The festival is held outdoors in the Armory