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The perennial winner of “Best Artist” awards, Rick Worth is among the defining Key West artists of his generation, and likely the most productive. From his “shingle paintings”, which frame snippets of old Town architecture on fragments of metal roofs, to the dozens of murals bearing the signature all across the island, Worth is a fountain of creativity. For this not-to-be missed event, Worth fills the gallery with recent work and installation-size paintings.
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Sunbathers of all shapes and sizes laze in the sun or play in the ocean in Paige’s “Beach Day” series, marking a departure from her previous abstract paintings. Bright, lively and charming, the work is quintessentially tropical but never kitschy.
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Haitian artist, Jude Thegenus, better known as Papaloko, has developed a unique and personal style of working with acrylics and creates one-of-a-kind textural compositions that communicate a serene excitement. Papaloko’s work also speaks to his history of advocacy and social justice work.
THE PLAY OF LIGHT
Worth elevates with art
via Key West Weekly, by Hays Blinkmann
“Artist Rick Worth is old school: he works to live and lives to work. He takes being an artist seriously but doesn’t take himself too seriously, and that is probably the reason he is one of the most talented and loved painters in Key West…”
The Studios of Key West
533 Eaton Street
Key West, FL 33040
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