Art at its very core is known to be a reflection of not just the artist but the inner workings of viewer. It usually is inspired by what we've come to see on a daily basis. While blacks in entertainment, sports, music and literature continue to bring incredible additions to the table often enough times they are overlooked, under-casted and more. So Exhibit Treal set out to try and show our love.
Through "Black Hollywood" artist produced works that highlighted the treal! Paintings paid homage to the late legendary Muhammad Ali, the soulful Sade, the uplifting Lauryn Hill, Hip-Hop Icon’s The Wu-Tang and so many more gracing the walls of Caribbean Choice’s Plush Hall. All of which left admires not only in love but opening their wallets to add them to their collection. Some of which sold as soon as the artist completed working on them live.
City” to be held this fall. Along with auditions were crowd pleasing performances and exciting improv exercises that even attendees couldn’t help but to participate in.
If you’d like an opportunity to join the cast you can contact director Empress Prestige for more information about getting involved!!! 754-246-3725 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The monthly community book fair has been seeing great growth. And this month through donations of Artist Showcase of Palm Beaches’s Josephine Mulcahy, a spotlight was given to author Linda Walton Stevenson’s “The Baby Elephant’s Painted Face”. A children’s book done in collaboration with illustrator Jenniffer Julich that was by the end of the event placed in many of homes.
Visit www.gofundme.com/exhibittreal to help support us on our journey to getting our own art gallery/studio/community space.
Exhibit Treal is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) under Palm Beach Multicultural Org.
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