Would you like to become a featured artist in the Artist Showcase? Each quarter the Foundation will feature a new artist in the Pavilion, located at The Els Center of Excellence, 18370 Limestone Creek Road, Jupiter, FL. The Pavilion is used as a multipurpose classroom/studio for art shows, events and other gatherings.
- The artwork is from an artist with special needs or supporting special needs
- 12 or more pieces of art to display
- The artist can visit three times during the quarter the artwork is displayed
For consideration, please submit sample artwork images and the artist bio to:
Contact: Nicole Poundstone, Community Outreach Manager
Currently Featured Artists
Jeffrey Hoyt creates 3-D figures of his illustrated characters as well as writing story lines and dialogue for his comics. He is also working with his sister on a novel that they had created together years ago and now are turning into a graphic novel. He also enjoys being outside and taking walks or riding his bike, and hanging with his cat, Puma.
Sebastián López Durán was born in Guatemala in 1986 and belongs to Asperger’s Syndrome. He paints in a self-taught way a vocation to relate to the world. He paints to express, he enters every day in the world from his autistic world. Cubism innate not learned, like the one that Picasso dreamed after his long journey. Cyclopean characters, with scratched eyes and strong hands of six and eight fingers. It results the eripheral visions. Houses, cities, windows, signs and more signs, obsessive world and explosion of color.
Golf canvas artwork
Amy Lourie is a Coach at The First Tee of the Palm Beaches. The First Tee has established Nine Core Values that represent some of the many inherently positive values connected with the game of golf. Amy encourages parents to reinforce these behaviours by talking about them, what they mean and what these behaviours can look like at home.