Are you one to constantly seek out new works of public art in your community, traipsing through back alleys and city streets for an exciting mural? Or, are you the person that sticks to traditional gallery exhibitions, observing art while safe and cool from the outside world?
No matter your preference, X Marks the Spot is the perfect opportunity to see South Florida’s graffiti stars shine. This new exhibition, on display at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County in Downtown Lake Worth now through February 2, offers visitors a firsthand look at new creations of mural art as presented by 16 local talents.
Converse to other public art installation exhibitions, which are typically featured on the exteriors of buildings, X Marks the Spot is uniquely and thoughtfully presented on the interior walls of the Council’s Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. Building. Pieces from the exhibition include site-specific murals, paintings, photos, sculptures and more. A list of participating artists and contributors can be found at palmbeachculture.com/xmarksthespot.
Head to the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County in eclectic Downtown Lake Worth and get ready for an experience that’s sure to please any art-lover in your life. We’ll see you there!
Note: Thank you to the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County for providing the content for this post- the show is AMAZING!! We hope everyone will get out there and see it!!- AH
•ATOMIK Untitled, Aerosol and acrylic on wood, 20×16 inches Brian Cattelle Imitation Street Art, Americus Man, 2018, Photography and mixed media 20.5×30 inches Brian Cattelle Imitation Street Art, Miami Man, 2018, Photography and mixed media 20.5×30 inches CHNK Everything Looks Better in a Frame CHNK Everything Looks Better in a Frame Work by Craig McInnis East Gallery wall Gallery GRABSTER, NeoGeos 1 through 6, Spray paint and Acrylic on canvas, 20 x16 inches GRABSTER Acrylic on canvas, 20 x16 inches PHD Everyday Flexer, 2018, spray paint on canvas 14×14 inches PHD I’m feeling it, 2018, spray paint on canvas 14×14 inches PHD Run! Cops! 2018, spray paint on canvas 14×14 inches RIPES VenomLMA Stairs VenonLMA and Ripes RIPES Can Cloning, 2018, spray paint, acrylic, watercolor on plywood 33.75×31.5 inches