PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL (BocaNewsNow.com ) — We are always happy to mention interesting events happening to the north of our community, and for that we turn to Palm Beach Gardens and the work of Master Impressionist Alan Wolton. He will be spending his 77th birthday by featuring his showcase of work at the Onessimo Fine Art Gallery located at 5080, Suite 101, in Palm Beach Gardens. It happens next Friday, December 9th, from 6 to 9p and again on Sunday, December 11th, from 2 to pm.
The showcase will feature an exclusive collection of Wolton’s favorite paintings
The showcase will feature an exclusive collection of Wolton’s favorite paintings including Gondolas Three (60” x 50”), Giverny Roses (48” x 50”) and Lady Lilies (60” X 40”).
You can learn more about Alan Wolton by clicking here.
Onessimo Fine Art has carried Wolton’s paintings since 2009. “Alan’s expression is powerful, in vista and brush stroke and his use of loaded impastos, where paint is laid very thickly on the canvas, provides texture and dimension to his pieces,” said gallery owner Debra Onessimo. “When you stand in front of one of his paintings you are emotionally transported to that place.”
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