Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Artists Debut Trealness at Lake Worth Street Painting Festival

Artist Tracy Guiteau kneels over her completed piece.
During the one of South Florida's biggest event.. The Lake Worth Street Painting Festival, Exhibit Treal was given a great opportunity by Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery to provide artist an opportunity to let their art speak for them.

Guiteau Art
Ashley Dias
Frances Salbarrey
Vanessa Norman
Alyrical Art
QueenPeace Creations
Turtle Got Art Gallery
Nicole Galluccio

The group of artist's representing Exhibit Treal had little to no experience and all accepted the challenge to not only create beautiful art in the park spots outside of Common Ground, The Bamboo Room & Excelsior Comics but to create pieces with a message. And so they did that and beyond during the 2 day festival. Creating works that address water pollution, NoPal, Saving the Bees and imagery singing the praises of Black Women.

Face with the issue of a empty space the group came up with the idea of creating "The People's Piece" named by KYTA. Exhibit Treal is known for letting guest creatively sign canvas at shows so the floor was literally open for the crowd to also become part of the festival.

It was an amazing time for Exhibit Treal 's Street Painting debut. Here are what some of the artists have to say:

Ending March 3rd
Artist's Showcase of the Palm Beaches x Exhibit Treal "Black Gold" BHM Art Exhibit

Opening March 10th
The Blueprint Gallery x Exhibit Treal
"Haitian Heritage" Exhibit

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Artists Showcase "Black Gold" for Black History Month

Artists Showcase of the Palm Beaches Presents…
Exhibit Treal: “Black Gold” Art Exhibit

"Your Black is Gold, so when it's dark get your glow on" - Big K.R.I.T

The beauty, struggle, strength and much more is what you can expect from the works curated by Exhibit Treal for this exhibition highlighting the talents of local Black Artist this Black History Month. Witness the world through their creative perspective. Sometimes challenging or soothing the mind but all the time speaking to your soul.

The exhibition will be ongoing starting Monday, Feb 13th lasting till Friday, March 3rd. During the normal operating times of 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. There be a closing reception, details soon.
IG: @exhibittreal
Twitter: @exhibittreal  

Featuring the Artwork of:

Tracy Guiteau
"Why is it important for us to see art that is representative of ourselves? Because it’s more important on how I view myself other than what the world says about me. And through this will inspire others to view themselves that way. God and I know me best…. So each stroke gives off a certain energy to my piece that no one else can generate. I’ll die if I eat all the lies that they say." - Tracy Guiteau  

www.tracyguiteau.com | IG: @Guiteauart

Jamaal “Visualist” Clark

"Art expression, something internal that's externalized that can offer something different to everyone that encounters it. Leaving a sense of empowerment to the artist, and the ability to build up any one it touches." - Visualist 


www.visualistdesigns.com | IG: @visualist412

Janique “Queen Peace” Booker
Liz “Blaq Royalty” Pitts
IG: @blaqroyalty7

Mckinson Souverain

Orealjinal Desijns
"Growing up in Today's society. Black excellence is an oxy moron. Our culture has influenced the world with little to no recognition. However, our people have not let society determine how great we will be. We have taken a world that removed the welcome mat and we decided to avoid doors because we aim for the skies. doors in my eyes are obstacles. Black excellence is the standard for beauty, music, fashion, food and of course art! As an black artist I am influenced immensely by my culture. Our body is nothing short of the glory of God and I enjoy showing others how beautiful we are as a people with my perspective of light, color and line. So, I am black excellence and my art is a reflection of such." - Orealjinal Desijns