Artists of Palm Beach County
Our Mon, Jun 11th, 2012
General Meeting
started at 7:00pm and ended at 9:00pm

The meeting was hosted by Debbie Mostel.

The Artists of Palm Beach County will hold their monthly artists’ sharing gathering on Monday, June 11, 2012 from 7:00 – 9:00 pm at 6520 Eastpointe Pines Street
Palm Beach Gardens, home/studio of Debbie Mostel, world-renowned jewelry designer, sculptor and painter.

Debbie’s education in art spans the globe. Her high-end sterling and glass fashion jewelry were sold in famous venues such as Bloomingdales, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Nordstrom. They were also featured in publications such as New York Times, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, Harpers Bazaar. Debbie currently has incorporated castings of her jewelry elements into her paintings. Most of her work is half painted and half collaged with not just the jewelry, but also many other found objects that contain special meaning to the artist. A lot of these elements include computer parts such as hard drives, wires, and motherboards.

Joe Friedman, raised in Philadelphia began his studies at the "Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts" a traditional European style art school. Now at his studio in Lake Park he works primarily in oils gathering his inspiration from his photos and sketches taken during his extensive travels. Many of which have a distinct "Parisian" flavor. His work has evolved from a strictly representational view to a more inspirational look at the world. Mr. Friedman's paintings and drawings can be seen in private collections across the country. He will be showing his work and discussing his techniques and what inspires it. Joe currently serves as President of Artists of Palm Beach County.

Lynda Atkinson Kidd was born in NY and moved with her family throughout the United States. She excelled in theatre arts, painting and sculpture. She was recognized as an international Needle Arts Designer and Ranked Instructor. Lynda opened The Needlepoint Gallery & The Gallery School of Needle Arts in Boca Raton, Florida. Currently a resident of Delray Beach, she continues with her custom “ONE of a KIND” creations. Teaching design has expanded into the interior decorative arts, including -reverse painting on glassware, tile, silk, floor cloths and furniture.

Lynda was appointed to the Public Art Advisory Board of Delray Beach and is Vice President of APBC and Chairperson of Membership.

You can see more of Debbie's work on her website ( Lynda Kidd is on Facebook for more information.

Members: $0.00

Non-Members: $5.00
Payment will be collected at the door.
If you join at the meeting, your payment will be applied to your membership fee.