Record Crowds Attend
2017 Annual Fall
Art Exhibition and Holiday Sale
Studio 18 in the Pines Artists

Pembroke Pines, FL… November 21, 2017…Guests enjoyed complimentary refreshments donated by Bahama Breeze Island Grille, a raffle, silent auction and entertainment by DJ Gruuvn, Tania Bilbao, admission, and parking at the Opening Reception of the 2017 Annual Fall Art Exhibition and Holiday Sale featuring Studio 18 in the Pines Artists. The event held at The Studio, located at 1101 Poinciana Drive in Pembroke Pines was held on November 17, 2017.   

“Curated by Michael Edelberg Curator of Studio 18 in the Pines, this popular community event was attended by Art Board Members Ruth Rosenberg, Earl Rodney and Chair Rose Colombo,” said Holly Bonkowski Division Director of Cultural Arts for Pembroke Pines. The Annual Fall Art Exhibition and Holiday Sale runs through January 4, 2018. “The unique artwork and gift items on sale are Studio 18 artist creations, which are perfect gifts for special occasions and the holidays,” said Michael Edelberg, Curator / Community Engagement Coordinator at Studio 18 in the Pines.  
The artists featured work in multiple mediums including leather, watercolor, clay, oil, mixed media and photography. On exhibit are the works of Ana Aguerrevere, Beth Amato, John Antczak, Joni Esser-Stuart, Magdalena Guerra, Christina Jaramillo, Eleanor Leinen, Laurence Levine, Reinaldo Lozano, Christine Lyall, Marielle Plaisir, Juan Prieto, Alicia Rodriguez, Judith Salomon-Darucaud, Dawn Verheylewegen, Maria Wieder and Yochi Yakir-Avin.
The community and tour groups are welcome at Studio 18 in the Pines located at 1101 Poinciana Drive in Pembroke Pines any Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. The art gallery is closed on Federal Holidays.  Admission and parking are free. For additional information about Studio 18 in the Pines, please visit Studio 18 in the Pines or call 954.961.6067


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2017 Annual Fall Art Exhibition and Holiday Sale
Pictured above:   Items on sale at Studio 18 in the Pines,  Facility Manager Amelia Mohamed shows off raffle items, Oil Artist Maria Weider, Oil Artist Ana Aguerrevere, Leather Artist Magdalena Guerra, Mixed Media Artist  Eleanor Leinen, Mixed Media Artist Reinaldo “Rey” Lozano with Michael Edelberg Curator at Studio 18 in the Pines, Holly Bonkowski Division Director Cultural Arts, Ruth Rosenberg Art Board Vice Chair, Rose Colombo Art Board Chair, Artist, Artists from Studio 18 in the Pines pose with Curator Michael Edelberg, Artist  Beth Amato, Photography Artist Laurence Levine speaks with guest, Artist Judith Darucaud with guest, Glass Artist  Joni Esser-Stuart, Glass Artist Alicia Rodriguez, Clay Artist John Antczak and Oil Artist Yochi Yakir-Avin. (Individual High Resolution Jpegs available)

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