Boca Raton Museum of Art
Artist at Work series
Exhibition of Carin Wagner's oil paintings at Cornell Museum, Delray Beach. Exhibition from March 3rd to April 3rd.
Curator's Choice ArtFlorida 2017
Selected by Marisa Pascuuci of the Boca Raton Museum of Art for Curator's Choice ArtFl 2017
A Celebration of Nature
Fine Art Exhibition at Armand Bolling Fine Art
Featuring the oil paintings of Carin Wagner
John Thomason writes:" Carin Wagner’s paintings of plant life are breathtakingly photorealistic. She expresses a mastery of light, shadow and form in “When Flowers Turn Their Backs II,” and her “Tree Within a Leaf” looks like the kind of high-definition still that would sell televisions"
January 14 (Thursday) 10:00 am - April 17 (Sunday) 4:30 pm
This group show features contemporary artwork by 13 internationally recognized artists who are inspired by nature and use their talents to show the beauty and wonder of the natural world. Artwork featured in this exhibition has been shown in galleries and museums worldwide. A portion of proceeds from the sale of artwork in the show goes to The Watering Hole Foundation in support of conservation efforts.
Cornell Museum of Art
51 N. Swinton Ave. Delray Beach, Florida 33444
Palm Beach Daily News
Jane Moore writes about Reflect.
Deborah Work from the Sun Sentinal writes:
Palm Beach Gardens' realist painter Carin Wagner works mostly in oil and sows a theme of environmental protection. Her work includes "Reflect," a tree's shimmering reflection in water, and "Reflect With Branch," complete with an actual bough. Her inspiration: an evening walk through Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden in Coral Gables and a sighting of a stand of trees with white blossoms, surrounded by zebra butterflies.
"Trees became my muse. They provide beauty, shade, clean air, shelter for many animals, and food for most of the earth's creatures," Wagner said. "The paintings are a plea to help protect our planetary home so we can continue to thrive."
Cultural Council of Palm Beach
Members from the Viridis Art Collective (including me) will discuss their individual works of art and hold a panel discussion on the topic of Environmental Issues in Art in conjunction with Nature Preserved. December 12th at 3pm. Join us a half hour before and after the lecture to create a pendant / ornament using Florida native plants and clay. There will be a $2 charge for materials. Just in time for the holidays! Lectures are free to Cultural Council members, $10 for non-members. For more info and to RSVP call (561) 472-3336.
Cultural Council of Palm Beach Biennale 2015
People's Choice Winner for second time!!!
May 15 through August 29
Please stop in and vote for your favorite for People's Choice. The Palm Beach Daily News voted Oak Sapling in Moonlight Best Landscape!
Out on a Limb 3 Person Show
RosettaStone Fine Art
1001 Jupiter Park Dr #122
Jupiter, Fl 33458
Monday-Friday 10 AM to 4 PM.
Please stop by!