Saturday, April 28, 2018

Don’t dillydally! Make plans this week to go and see, “Lake Worth Art League Celebrates 1000th Exhibit”.

This exhibit ends tomorrow, Sunday, April 29th.

The Lake Worth Art League is located in Downtown Lake Worth. The location, phone number and email address for the Lake Worth Art League are below. As reported in The Lake Worth Herald by citizen/reporter Cathy Turk, who is also a member of the Lake Worth Art League, is this news:

The Lake Worth Art League is hanging its 1000th art exhibit . . . As a perfect tribute to this landmark occasion, members brought in over 60 paintings, photographs, and mixed-media pieces bursting with the colors and visions of Spring.

and. . .

     The Lake Worth Art League is a 501(c)3 non-profit and the oldest art organization in Palm Beach County. It began in January 1941 with 30 artists showing their first exhibit in the Strait Museum, which is now the Children’s Room in the Lake Worth Public Library.
     In the past 77 years the Lake Worth Art League has had many exhibit spaces throughout Lake Worth including Casino Building which became the “Gallery by the Sea,” the City Hall Annex Building, and today, in the Artist’s Eye Gallery & Boutique.


The Art League’s Artist’s Eye Gallery is conveniently located at 604 Lucerne Ave. in Downtown Lake Worth. There is plenty of FREE parking nearby. For more information call 561-586-8666 or send an email to:

The Art League exhibit also features artwork by
Oksana Urban, Jen Rubinstein, and Clinton Brown.
To look over the latest front page of the Herald click on this link. To contact the editor call 561-585-9387 or by email: