4 Art Exhibits to Visit

Artists from near and far open windows to the world around us

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A Perfect Lazy Afternoon by André Lucero, oil on linen, 36 x 36 inches
A Perfect Lazy Afternoon by André Lucero, oil on linen, 36 x 36 inches

Peaceful Moments

On view to May 31

The mesmerizing oil paintings of André Lucero are featured this month at J.M. Stringer Gallery. “Peaceful Moments: Through the Artist’s Eye” showcases Lucero’s Impressionistic landscapes, seascapes, and figurative paintings, most of which exude serenity and colorful beauty. Some convey the dynamic, yet still peaceful, energy of the ocean or ballet dancers. Based in Virginia, Lucero had a career as an illustrator before committing himself full-time to his first love, painting. He often works en plein air.

J.M. Stringer Gallery of Fine Art

3465 Ocean Drive

772-231-3900

Salt Meadow, Menemsha by Mary Sipp Green, oil on linen, 38 x 46 inches
Salt Meadow, Menemsha by Mary Sipp Green, oil on linen, 38 x 46 inches

Landscape Exhibition

On view to June 22

Findlay Galleries presents a joint exhibition of works from American painters Mary Sipp Green and Ronnie Landfield. Both artists draw inspiration from the landscape and have developed a deep connection with nature during their careers. From Sipp Green’s enchanting luminous canvases to Landfield’s bold and expressive use of color, this exhibition provides for viewers a collection of paintings that explore the landscape through two distinctive lenses.

Findlay Galleries

165 Worth Ave., Palm Beach

561-655-2090

Beatles, Abbey Road, 1969. © Robert Landau
Beatles, Abbey Road, 1969. © Robert Landau

Rock ‘n’ Roll Billboards

On view to September 1

This summer, VBMA’s Holmes and Titelman Galleries will hold a collection that serves as a window into popular culture of a roughly 15-year period from the late 1960s to the early 1980s. During this time frame, hand-painted wood-panel rock ‘n’ roll billboards, often derived from album cover art and measuring 14 by 48 feet, adorned L.A.’s Sunset Strip, and teenage photographer Robert Landau captured many of them. “Rock ‘n’ Roll Billboards of the Sunset Strip: Photographs by Robert Landau” has been organized by Los Angeles–based Photographic Traveling Exhibitions.

Vero Beach Museum of Art

3001 Riverside Park Drive

772-231-0707

Orchid Island Artists

On view to May 31

The ELC wraps up its art season with the Orchid Island Art Club Member Show.

Environmental Learning Center

255 Live Oak Drive

772-589-5050

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