|"Out" by Alfred Phillips will be on exhibit in The Naughty Show at Broward Art Guild. (Image courtesy of the artist)|
3280 N.E. 32nd St., Fort Lauderdale, 954-537-3370, Browardartguild.com
The Naughty Show, an art show of erotic and naughty work presented by ArtsUnited Inc., will open with a party featuring decadent desserts and an erotic penny auction and may works.
"Out," Alfred Phillips' painting pictured above, took second place in the show. "It was inspired by a picture I took in San Francisco of a straight couple," he says. "I thought at the time how sad it is that gay people can't be as comfortable 'out' in the open sitting in a public place like that. To enhance the 'naughtiness,' I added the hand on the thigh to imply more intimacy."
The show will open 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sept. 29. Admission is $10. Fetish/fantasy attire is welcomed, they say.
|Tina La Porta's "Medicine Ball (study" will be on exhibit in Rip Her to Shreds in F.A.T. Village.|
(Image courtesy of the artist)
F.A.T. Village Art Walk
Just west of Andrews Avenue between Northwest Fourth Avenue and Northwest Sixth Avenue in Fort Lauderdale, Fatvillage.com
F.A.T. Village Art Walk is held 7-11 p.m. on the last Saturday of each month. The next is Sept. 29. Check out Arterpillar's guide to all of the events.
3020 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, 954-630-1900, Undergroundscoffeehaus.com
Retro Craft Show, featuring "retro, vintage, classic, rare, nostalgic wares, toys, clothes, kitchen items, posters, records, T-shirts, shoes, pop culture" and dog and human snacks, a food truck with imaginative hamburgers (4-6 p.m.) and music by DJ Age Galactic, who will spin Motown and other soul grooves, runs 2-8 p.m. Sept. 29.
|From Abstract to Realism (Image courtesy of LMNT)|
59 N.W. 36th St., Miami, 305-989-6963, L-m-n-t.com
From Abstract to Realism, featuring the works of four mid career artists, from here and in South America, who have similar herritage and artistic backgrounds, but styles so distinctly different that many viewers may tend to only like one or the other. The mission of exhibition, featuring work by Diego Jacobson, Felix Bonilla, Flavio Galvan and Havi Schanz, is to compel the viewer to open their minds to the "pecrceived opposing styles." The show runs through the closing party at 7 p.m. Sept. 29.
|IKNOWART in the Garden at Nikki Beach is 2-7 p.m. Sept. 29.|
One Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305-538-1111, Nikkibeachmiami.com/iknowart
IKNOWART in the Garden, Nikki Beach's new signature art event, will feature works by MANO, Eleazar Delgado and Josepo, complimentary beach-side cocktails and the latest sounds from Nikki Beach resident DJ Felipe Kaval in an area described as "a unique garden setting where the surreal meets the unequaled beauty of nature."
MANO, a Cuban-born self-taught artist will present a selection from Erikae, his recent series that "exaggerates details and abstracts the familiar to revitalize the mystifying beauty and allure of the Geisha."
The event runs 2-7 p.m. Sept. 29. Space is limited, so RSVP is required, and doing so online can earn you a complimentary cocktail.
PALM BEACH COUNTY
2505-Q Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach, 561-684-7036, Facebook.com/jerrysartaramawpb
The Great 16 x 20 Art Jam where artists bring their tools and creativity to an event where they will be given a free 16 X 20 canvas, refreshments, music easels, work space and Soho paint samples. The art bash starts at 5 p.m. Sept. 29.
For info on more South Florida art news and events, visit Arterpillar.blogspot.com.