An Artistic Find


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Today we are going to Muse about a new gallery in our area.  If this is your first visit, welcome to Musings. If you have been here before, welcome back. Over time we are going to talk about many things: the past, the present, perhaps the future, travel, art, society and more. Wherever my musing takes me. I hope you will come along with me.

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An Artistic Find

Tucked away in the corner of a shopping center in Jupiter, Florida is a gem, Armand Bolling Fine Art.  This is a new gallery, open less than a year.  But the number and quality of the artists represented is impressive: Heribeto Mora, Tali Almog, Cheryl Maeder, Carin Wagner, Itzik Asher and many more.  These are living emerging artists, most living and working in Florida.

The gallery may be new but Armand Bolling has been an integral member of the art scene for a long time.  I have known him more than 20 years and he was active before I met him.   He has a loyal following which accounts for the fine stable of artists he represents.

How do I know this?  Well he also represents me.  If fact right now he is featuring the works of Tali Almog and myself . . a “two person” exhibit.

Thomas Tribby, Tali Almog, Armand Bolling

Thomas Tribby, Tali Almog, Armand Bolling

The exhibit opened Saturday April first.  It was like old home week.  I saw artists and collectors I have known but not seen for years, people like attorney Henry Kaye with whom I used to attend “sketch nights” at the Armory Art Center or Clarence “Skip” Measelle, artist and teacher with whom I have jointly exhibited in years past.

Before the crowd built we took a few pictures I will share with you.

works by Tribby

works by Tribby

Exhibit opening

Exhibit opening

Loveseat and Afternoon Tea by Tribby

Loveseat and Afternoon Tea by Tribby

Caught up in conversation

Caught up in conversation

Monotypes by Tribby

Monotypes by Tribby

Beach paintings by Tribby

Beach paintings by Tribby

The gallery, 103 South Highway 1 Suite F-1, Jupiter, FL 33477 (561) 748-1669,  is located in the shopping center on the south east corner of the intersection of  US Highway 1 and Indiantown Road in Jupiter, Florida.  (Click the colored link for a map.)  Give it a visit.  You will like it.

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Fine Art America, a Pixel.com company

Pixel.com is producing reproductions of my artwork.  The work is available as traditional prints on canvas, paper or metal, but it also available on greeting cards, phone covers, tote bags, shower curtains,  t-shirts and more.  It makes for some very personalized gifts.  Below is the link to the site.  When you click on an image in the site,  a menu of products will appear.  I hope you like it.

           CLICK ON:  thomas-tribby.pixels.com

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Books by Thomas L. Tribby Available
Click on title below to preview

Works on Paper

On The Waterfront

Impressions of Florida

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Original Paintings Available

www.tribbyart.com

Suits

Suits

On The Street

On The Street

Click to see

Cleanup

Cleanup

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9-11

9-11

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For information about these or other original works of art, please feel free to contact us: 

 

 

 

 

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About Thomas L. Tribby

Professional artist: painter, sculptor, print maker. Maintains a studio in West Palm Beach, Florida
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