Abby Modell’s ‘Galaxy Collection’ of hand-blown glass features her three-dimensional wall art, large sculptural objects and LED lighting. Inspired by formations of ultra-luminous swirling stars with their infinite dimension and ever-changing rotation, the artist focuses on transparencies, refracted light and modern forms.
Design, color, shape, texture and light merge together to reveal the intricate subtlety and beauty of the universe throughout her collection. Modell includes reflective surfaces in metallic hues to visually expand dimension. Matte, mirrored and gloss glass mixed with DiamondDust™ fire-polished glass assemblages and Swarovski crystals create textural galactic surfaces. Organic shapes push the boundaries of contemporary design. Ombre color palettes mixed with dichroic glass further reflect her unique expression, creating rainbows of light within many works.
Modell’s work is in and has been exhibited at private homes, corporate collections and museums, including the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia, the world headquarters of Morgan Stanley in New York City, the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach, the Wit Gallery installation at the Canyon Ranch, Lenox, MA, and the First International Biennale of Santorini, Greece. Commissioned collections include the Bloomingdale’s Holiday Windows in New York City, Royal Caribbean International’s Symphony of the Seas luxury cruise ship, and the Faberge Big Egg Hunt in New York City.
Mini Moon Cacius
Born and raised in Port Washington on the north shore of Long Island. Her career began in the fashion business in New York City. Working for major fashion labels in the handbag industry she quickly developed a love, and keen eye for fashion and design. Her other passions were photography,art, and art history. She has a love for what goes into making a work of art beautiful. Besides the arts and fashion, Barb has a love of life, and a zest for things that are fun and whimsical. Hence the name BE_Love Designs.
Barb would create wall art containing the ever important message “LOVE” combined with things that are fun, fashionable, and messages that people understood. As the pandemic began and people looked for outlets Barb poured her heart into spreading LOVE to a world where people stayed in their homes, and the world outside needed some cheer.
People needed to smile and the dogs would do just that. Smile at a hard time that will be remembered and looked back at in history. The dogs were a combination of art, design,fashion, and LOVE. But the best part is the smiles that they bring to those that view them.
For over 30 years, the acute color sense and masterful presentations of this artist have inspired women worldwide. Today, the talent that helped launch beauty best-sellers for Estee Lauder, Revlon, Guerlain, Clarins, Nars, Prada, Aramis, Aveda and countless other cosmetic giants has parlayed her passion for design and color into fine art.
Barbara approaches each canvas as a gift: the freedom to create original, impactful art in enticing, unconventional ways. Journeying from Richter-like color blocks to simplistic shapes, her palette ranges from bold to the quintessence of calm.
Barbara graduated magna cum laude from New York University. She studied at Cooper Union and the Boca Museum Art School. Her award-winning work is exhibited at The Heart of Delray Gallery at Boca Town Center, Posh Design Studio, The Gallery Lounge in Boca Town Center, and Delray’s Market Place. Her “abtractions” reside in public buildings and private homes in New York, Connecticut and Florida.
Smooth Operator by Barbara Silver
Two artists that have each been painting for over 30 years and finally decided to combine their talents and love for painting to collaborate. Brian Stein is a Navy veteran who started painting album covers for friends at age 13 and is now a muralist who works with an organization that does room makeovers for children with cancer. "Children never forget their rooms, EVER!" Lee Ross's vision for creating and teaching art can be summed up with the idea that art should bring us together.
It should generate thoughts and ideas for a new and better world, a world that inspires the hearts of all to take part in finding their very own dreamer inside themselves. Both artists have done work for high profile clients - both commercial and residential. The Brian/Lee collaborative team's work can be seen for the 1st time ever at Posh Art Gallery!
So it Begins
Bonnie Perlin graduated from Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York in 1969 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education and Spanish. She taught full-time for several years in North Bellmore, Long Island and then worked as a substitute teacher in the Lawrence-Woodmere school district. She left teaching to focus on painting. In 1988 she began studying painting under the tutelage of famed portrait painter, Charles Pasqualina.
Her work has appeared in numerous juried shows and exhibitions in the New York area; among them, the mansion at Old Westbury Gardens, the Sea Cliff Gallery, the Roslyn School of Painting, the Sundance Gallery in Bridgehampton, NY, the Scherr Gallery in Aventura, FL, and the Robley Gallery in Roslyn, NY. She exhibited at the National Arts Club in Manhattan with the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club in their 99th annual exhibition to provide a grant to The Metropolitan Museum of Art. She participated in the Artists’ Plate Project to feed the hungry at the Sea Cliff Gallery, and the 46th artists exhibition at the Hecksher Museum of Art.
The painting, “Abandoned” was shown in an exhibit in the Boca Museum of Art in Boca Raton Florida, through the Artist’s Guild. Bonnie’s paintings are displayed in several private collections and professional offices including Clarendon Insurance Company in New Jersey and Peak Records in Los Angeles, California. Bonnie is a member of ArtServe of Fort Lauderdale, which provides programs services and facilities for the cultural community.She is a member of Artavita an online art forum.
April in Paris 30x40
Gina Muxó Ramos is a self-taught artist who lives in Miami, Florida, and currently works alongside Orestes Bouzon, an artist who studied at the Academy of Art San Alejandro in Cuba. Gina and Orestes met via the art scene. They quickly became friends and decided to create a series together. The Bouzón ∞ Muxó collaboration between these two artists was subsequently named “Carnavale”.
Gina and Orestes, nationally established and widely exhibited artists, are inspired by the joyous masquerades and carnivals of the world. Together, Orestes and Gina mix acrylics and oils to create abstract blends of reality and fantasy. Prior to beginning each piece of artwork Gina and Orestes discuss image, color, what they want the painting to portray, and its relevance to its surroundings. “Our joint series ‘Carnavale’ is an intense marriage of mediums and technique with extreme attention to detail,” Gina explained. “Careful attention was taken to each detail and how the colors contrast one another and flow within each other.”
Gina and Orestes are both inspired by color and enjoy creating positive, joyful, artwork.
Wind by Bouzon Muxo
ByChangles was founded by Michel Fox Blum. Michel studied Art History (BA) at The George Washington University and has a Master of Arts in Visual Culture from New York University.
Michel learned about art and design working at The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and studying fashion in Paris.
Inspired by Pop Art, Michel uses her love of fashion and style to create whimsical sculptures that bring happiness to your home.
Assorted Pieces - ByChangles
David Redelheim is a glass fusing artist with pieces currently on display in Delray Beach, FL.Fused glass techniques are generally used to create art -- glass tiles and jewelry beads notably.
Deborah Argyropoulos's artistic talents and creative nature play a powerful role in every part of her life. Attending a showing of her latest collection or gazing upon a single work hanging on a collectors wall, the viewer is given the opportunity to find a connection and meaning from within the artwork that is unique and their own.
A Fine Artist in purest sense of the word, Deborah Argyropoulos creates art that is both beautiful and profound, and allows her artwork to speak on her behalf.
Deborah Argyropoulos Fine Art welcomes collector and interior designer inquiries and proudly works with members of accredited interior design groups nationally on projects of all size and scale. Most Original work(s) presented are available for sale in reproduction formats, such as limited edition, signed giclee, giclee, and decorative artistic print. Deborah Argyropoulos is available for private commissions upon request.
Deborah Rader was essentially born an artist and was raised in Detroit, Michigan. Her early professional background began in advertising & design for a variety of retail corporations. Working in a variety of mediums such as oils, acrylic, metal clay charcoal. pastel, ink, & graphite has been the inspiration of her art.
As a contemporary artist, Rader responds to her environment in a non traditional manner , whether it is the beauty of the landscape or the intensity of observing daily life. In whatever she creates, Rader imbues her work with a passionate and determined spirit.
She has studied art at the Center of Creative Studies, Detroit, MI, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, Oakland University & Community College, Rochester & Auburn Hills, MI, Birmingham/Bloomfield Art Center, Birmingham, MI, Sante Fe Clay, Sante Fe, New Mexico, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO, where she was awarded a ceramic sculpture residency 2006/7.
Her work has been shown in galleries in the Detroit, Aspen, CO, Washington DC and Florida.
Rader work is part of private and corporate collections internationally.
Lady Jewel by Deborah Rader
Debra was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. While majoring in Art Education with a concentration in painting and minoring in Art History at SUNY New Paltz, she discovered the works of John Singer Sargent, the French Impressionists, the Neo-Classicists, and the Romantic Realists. Their use of color and play of light and shadow had a profound influence on her.
Her work has appeared in various publications, including the "New York Optimist", "Art is Spectrum" and "International Contemporary Masters", vol. 8. She has also had exhibits at The Agora Gallery and The Amsterdam Whitney Gallery in New York City, The Art Fusion Galleries in Miami, The Miami River Art Show and Spectrum during Art Basel, and at the Arts Arena Gallery, The Heart of Delray Gallery, and The Posh Gallery in Delray Beach, Florida.
She works predominately in oils on canvas and on wood panel, and her style is considered contemporary representational painting. The subject matter she chooses is alternately whimsical and emotionally expressive. Debra currently resides in Boynton Beach, Florida.
“Be a Gypsy Dancer” 40” x 30” Oil on Canvas
Diana Ratevosian was born and raised in Moscow, Russia. Her educational background is very diversified. She studied music, art, and languages. She moved to Canada at 18 yrs old to follow her father's ballet career. In 2008 After raising her daughter as a single mother she decided to move them both to the United States where she could pursue her own artistic endeavors.
Diana took some masterclasses in the Boca Raton Museum of Art School and since then has gifted andrea bocelli an art piece of himself and his son matteo.
Her work has been shown in numerous shows and art festivals - including - Las Olas, Delray, West Palm Beach, St. Armand Circle, Sarasota, Siesta Fiesta, Venice Beach, and alexandria virginia. She has been highlighted in Atlantic Avenue Magazine, Coastal Star Newspaper, and has been interviewed on The Brooklyn Cafe TV radio station. Diana's work is also currently being shown in The Heart of Delray Gallery as well as Posh Design Studio (both in Delray Beach, Florida). The artist currently resides in West Palm Beach, Florida with her husband and fur baby prince!
From a “war child refugee”, to the man creating some of the most exhilarating contemporary sculptures in fine art, artist Dragan Bogdan, has developed an original character named ‘Yogi Naya the Elephant on a surfboard' --- a fun pop symbol of power, inner and outer balance and playfulness.
Being European and growing up in Germany, Dragan has adopted the 'German engineering' style of refined attention to detail which shows in his art & refers to his sculptures as the "sports car of sculptures". His sculptures are all masterfully handcrafted with an exclusive technique developed by Dragan, using mixed media along with 5+ layers of resin, achieving a luxurious one a kind depth and mirrored sheen - each single layer of resin is equivalent to 50 layers of high gloss spray. Every liquid glass-like layer takes 72 hrs to fully dry, and in between the layers, the hardened drops of residue must be meticulously fine sanded, polished and torched in a very particular way.
All of Yogi Naya's different positioned sculptures are designed in vibrant colors and currently come in sizes ranging from 8x6x5.5 in | 23x17x10 cm to 51x28x18 in | 129x71x46 cm, with larger sizes in production. Everything from sizes to colors can be customized per client's needs.
Elvira LaMontagne a contemporary abstract artist born in Peru has called South Florida home since 1994. LaMontagne specializes in acrylic paintings. Her passion was ignited by her mother a young psychologist who saw in her a passion for art encouraging her at a very early age to pursue what she loved the most. At three, Elvira LaMontagne was invited by German artist Ryner Binneck to his solo exhibition. After that event, she went home to paint and has never stopped. She pursued a formal art education at F.A.U. in Boca Raton, concentrating in painting. Elvira's architectural background and fascination with geometric shapes, light, and cities greatly influence her compositions, which boast a rich palette of vibrant to muted colors.
LaMontagne's works have been selected for various local and international exhibitions.
I paint unrestrained paintings replete with lush sensuality in every brushstroke and every rich hue. My bold abstract work pulls viewers into a pulsing swirl of color and vibrancy. My work has the essential exuberance that is the hallmark of the profound.
My canvases and sculptures are monumental beacons of unabashed artistic intensity; and I have a gift for reaching out and connecting with people at a primal level.
I woke up one morning, many years ago with a burning desire to paint. It came out of nowhere. It was really shocking – even to me! What seemed just a whim became my life’s work. I have explored many different styles through this artistic journey, including oils, photography/oils; from abstraction to semi realism and back to abstraction with spray paint and resin.
My newest works are Mixed media. Made with French/European fashion magazines. My own photos-altered digitally. Spraypaint. Oils/oil sticks. Stencils-Commercial & my own. With a hand poured resin coating. A new vibe. As I posted on social media, ‘Some things luxe. Some things not. Things I love to see. Things I love to touch. Passionate to the core.’ #fashionartculture. About 9 years ago, I decided to share my passion for painting. And I have been mentoring foster teenage girls at the SOS Children’s Villages in Coconut Creek, Florida through painting, hoping to make a difference in their lives. I have to believe this experience is as rewarding for me as it is for them.
My work is represented by Walter Wickiser Gallery, New York, and is in many private and corporate collections. My paintings have been selected for Embassy collections in Moscow, Estonia, and Qatar, and have been exhibited in many art fairs across the country including Art Miami, Concept Art Fair,Miami, and Art on Paper, Pier 36 NYC.
Rue Cambon. 24x24”. Spraypaint/oil on wood. Resin coating. 2022
Hilary Putnam is a ceramic artists and teacher. She attended Baruch College and her work is currently on display in Delray Beach, FL.
Hulbert Waldroup is a New York artist. His art has been featured in a number of commercials and campaigns, both here in the U.S. and abroad. His controversial Amadou Diallo mural has been the subject of numerous news articles in major newspapers. Hulbert's murals are in some of New York’s prestigious schools.
Jeff Elson, an established businessman and self-proclaimed
“Want2BeArtist” developed a penchant for the works of Rothko,
Lichtenstein, Warhol, Man Ray, Calder, Dali, Pollack, Jeff Koons, and
other great influencers in the modern art world, as a young business
school student, in Boston during the 1970s.
Throughout his life, Elson has spent years developing a sphere of
artistic influence through international travel, studying fashion,
interior design, and architecture and curating his personal
collections. His lust for fun, draws on the experiences of his lifetime
upon which he creates fantastic, playful mixes of pop art, retro and
contemporary styles with the his special enthusiasm that is rarely
appreciated these days.
A self-taught artist and photographer, Elson has a wicked sense
humor, creating at first glance a laughable spoof on childhood and
adolescent snippets of time. Then, with further investigation a
commentary on the loss of glee, innocence, joy and personal
freedom, that much of our generation has surrendered to more
Elson’s photography with the help of computer graphics has allowed
him the creative license to produce classic decorative art with a twist.
His work is refreshing, delightful and white wall worthy. He is known
for assembling photographic images with retrospective memories on
aluminum and acrylic. Elson composes a symphony of colorful,
glossy pieces meant to catch the eye of the beholder, intended to
stick with you until they make you SMILE.
Elson Art, established in 1992, and here to bring pure pleasure to a
new generation of fun lovers.
Joseph S. Mendozza AKA JoeBaby is an artist whose passion for mosaic art began 20 years ago. His present day creations are recycled and repurposed musical instruments and fashion objets d'arts which are decorated with costume jewelry, mix media and other objects to create a new and distinctive piece. Each piece is one of a kind.
All works are double coated with crystal clear epoxy resin, which gives each piece its 3D glossy look. These pieces can be displayed on the wall or anywhere in your house.