7 Local Events to Experience

From art pop-ups at local galleries to charitable shopping, check out this roundup of exclusive events around Vero Beach

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Cloudscape by Linda Arnold, oil on canvas, 48 x 48 inches. Courtesy Meghan Candler Gallery
Cloudscape by Linda Arnold, oil on canvas, 48 x 48 inches. Courtesy Meghan Candler Gallery

Meghan Candler Gallery Acquires New Works

February 1–28

A dozen new paintings by landscape artist Linda Arnold are now available at Meghan Candler Gallery. Arnold’s signature blend of the representational and the abstract is on full display, with some paintings standing firmly in one camp and others straddling the line between the two. All, though, are focused on scenes from the Indian River Lagoon and the ocean, particularly at sunset. This month, the gallery places these new artworks at center stage in a special exhibition, Arnold’s 21st at Meghan Candler Gallery. Meghan Candler Gallery, 6160 Hwy. A1A, Village Shops; (772) 234-8811 

Blue-Green Landscape by Reggie McCormack, acrylic on canvas, 30 x 40 inches. Courtesy M. Maison
Blue-Green Landscape by Reggie McCormack, acrylic on canvas, 30 x 40 inches. Courtesy M. Maison

Reggie McCormack Pop-Up Art Show

February 16–23

For the first time showing on the island, local artist Reggie McCormack will show her most recent selection of abstract multimedia artwork at M. Maison. “Creative expression and visual beauty have been a lifelong passion of mine. I am inspired by the magnificence of nature and what God has created. On my nature walks, I marvel at the exquisite hues of green complementing every color imaginable,” says the artist. M. Maison, 3403 Ocean Drive; (772) 231-4300 

Courtesy Margo Montgomery
Courtesy Margo Montgomery

Margo Montgomery Monthly Forum Begins

February 21

Beginning February 21, life coach Margo Montgomery will host four forums that will take place once a month on a Tuesday evening through the month of May (March 21, April 25, and May 23). Each gathering is limited to eight participants and will consist of individuals building community and practicing consciousness. Sessions are designed to promote personal development and ways to live consciously with the use of self-discovery tools. To reserve your spot, reach out by phone or through her website. Margo Montgomery; (847) 226-5540

Courtesy Temple St. Clair
Courtesy Temple St. Clair

Temple St. Clair Special Event

February 23–24

Uncompromising in its choice of materials, Temple St. Clair jewelry explores meaningful themes through a lens of whimsy and discovery. Veranda, 3325 Ocean Drive; (772) 234-3404 

 

Courtesy David Wight
Courtesy David Wight

David Wight Glass Art

February 24–25

Each sculpture is unique and has been individually crafted by David Wight in his Bellingham, Washington studio for over 25 years. Using the molten liquid of hot glass as his chosen medium, his work embodies the beauty, grace, and power of water in its most dynamic form: the Wave. The Laughing Dog Gallery, 2910 Cardinal Drive; (772) 234-6711 

J. McLaughlin 1
Courtesy J. McLaughlin

J. McLaughlin Sip & Shop

February 25

Throughout the month of February, J. McLaughlin will host a series of sip & shop events to help an array of charitable organizations. Customers can shop in store or call by phone to place an order. The next charity to be benefited will be the Environmental Learning Center, from noon to 5 p.m. J. McLaughlin, 6210 Hwy. A1A Village Shops; (772) 231-4887 

Clara Williams necklace. Courtesy Clara Williams
Clara Williams necklace. Courtesy Clara Williams

Clara Williams Company Special Event

March 2–3

One-of-a-kind stones, jewels, and mixed metals take on even more personality with Clara Williams’ playful mix-and-match designs to create unusual treasures with individuality. Veranda, 3325 Ocean Drive; (772) 234-3404 

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