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      Lighthouse ArtCenter’s Season Pops

      With Warhol And Plein Air Festival

      WARHOL! WARHOL! WARHOL!                            and this explains how WARHOL! WARHOL! WARHOL!     tools that have seized the attention of collectors, and have been
      Jan. 13 To March 23                                opens at the Lighthouse ArtCenter in January. It will be a   installed in public and corporate spaces.
      Ninth Annual Plein Air Festival                    season you won’t want to miss!”                     The exhibition will also
      March 27 To April 2                                Exhibition Highlights:                            include three jewelry shows. The
        Lighthouse ArtCenter’s exhibition season begins with   WARHOL! WARHOL! WARHOL!                     juried Pop Art Jewelry Show
      WARHOL! WARHOL! WARHOL!, a celebration             Jan. 13 To March 23                               And Sale features over sixty
      of the high priest of                                Opening Reception: Thursday, Jan. 13, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.,   Warhol-inspired necklaces, rings,
      pop art, Andy Warhol.                              Lighthouse ArtCenter, 373 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta, FL 33469.   earrings, bracelets, and broaches
      T he  exhi bi t i on                                 The reception includes beverages and signature hors   created by artists from across
      presents rarely seen                               d’oeuvres served alfresco in front of the gallery. Members are   the country. James Thurman’s
      original art by Warhol,                            free, nonmembers are $5.                          Paper Alchemy show includes
      showcased in the main                              Andy Warhol (Spencer Gallery)                     over thirty contemporary pieces
      gallery. Concurrently,                               Over twenty pieces of rarely seen original Andy Warhol   of jewelry and sculptural objects
      Ray Gross Pop Art                                  art are on exhibition giving local residents and visitors the   by talented national and international artists. Paper Alchemy
      Porcelains  and Pop                                opportunity to view this iconic artist’s work in person. Andy   is a traveling exhibition of artwork that utilizes Thurman’s
      Art Jewelry Show &                                 Warhol, arguably the most famous artist in the last 100 years,   invention of handcrafted layered recycled paper and eco-resin,
      Sale celebrate the pop                             was an artist, director, and producer who was a leading figure   “Thurmanite.” A mini-version of Ethical Metalsmith’s Radical
      art movement with                                  in the visual art movement known as pop art. Most of the pieces   Jewelry Makeover, features upcycled or broken jewelry that
      inventive sculptures                               on display are from his early work and are on loan from Beth   has been repurposed and designed into unique “new” pieces
      and jewelry. Even                                  Rudin DeWoody and Marshall Fields’s private collections.   of jewelry.
      more jewelry will be                               Ray Gross Pop Art Sculpture (Shorr Gallery)         For more information visit
      on display with James                                This homage to Warhol’s Pop Art includes a life-sized   Ninth Annual Plein Air Festival
      Thurman’s  Paper                                   Harley-Davidson made of porcelain by Ray Gross, the   (March 27 To April 2)
      Alchemy exhibition and back by popular demand, Mini   celebrated ceramicist, who is known for his hand-built, hand-    The Ninth Annual Plein Air Festival is known to be the
      Radical Jewelry Makeover. The spring season brings the   painted, hyperrealistic porcelain sculptures. His art depicts 3-D   premier plein air festival in the Southeastern United States.
      highly anticipated Ninth Annual Plein Air Festival. This   items of everyday Americana, including utilitarian art objects   The artists, who paint “en plein air” or outdoors, are carefully
      week-long festival is packed with events, demonstrations,   such as paint cans, tubes, brushes, pencils, and other artist   selected from all over the country to participate in this week-
      workshops and fresh works of art for sale by thirty award-                                           long festival.
      winning artists who compete for over $20,000 in cash and                                               The festival kicks off with a Paint Out Competition at
      prizes.                                                                                              the beautiful Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens on March 27.
        “We are honored to bring world-class exhibits to our                                               March 28 to March 31 the artists paint in picturesque locations
      community like the Guggenheim’s Frank Lloyd Wright,                                                  throughout Palm Beach and Martin counties competing against
      Nick Cave’s renowned Sound Suits, or Kara Walker’s Sugar                                             one another for cash and prizes. At the Lighthouse ArtCenter,
      Babies,” states Curator Janeen Mason. “We’ve curated                                                 a Collector’s Party takes place on April 1 with the festival
      exhibits showing Clyde Butcher’s iconic photos of the                                                ending on April 2 with an art sale and live painting event. Art
      Everglades, Edie Widder’s first photos ever taken of a giant                                         enthusiasts have the opportunity to learn and collect from the
      squid alive, and Mary Fisher’s evocative textiles inspired                                           most highly regarded plein air artists in the country.
      by her work with African communities surviving AIDS.                                                   A list of the participating artists and a full schedule of events
      Our Plein Air Festival is recognized as one of the best in the                                       can be found at
      country. Collectors of note have loaned us some of their best,
                                                                                                            Jupiter Senior

                                                                                                            Softball 2022

                                                                                                            Winter League

                                                                                                              The Jupiter Senior Softball Association’s 2022 Winter
                                                                                                            League began Jan. 3 with a record number of players
                                                                                                            and teams. Teams in the White Division took to the field
                                                                                                            at Jupiter Community Park. Teams in the Red and Blue
                                                                                                            Divisions are to begin play in subsequent days.
                                                                                                              League Commissioner Tom Cosentino said, “We are
                                                                                                            looking forward to another fantastic Winter League.”
                                                                                                            He said the 180 players competing among 14 teams
                                                                                                            is the most ever. Last year there were 158 participants
                                                                                                            on 13 teams. Games are every Monday, Wednesday
                                                                                                            and Friday morning and will continue through March,
                                                                                                            followed by pickup games the remainder of the year.
                                                                                                              The softball program is open to persons 55 and
                                                                                                            older. Tom Salamone, who turns 55 in February, is
                                                                                                            among new players this winter. “It’s been 30 years
                                                                                                            since I picked up a bat and I’m glad I’m back,”
                                                                                                            Salamone said. He retired last year after a 30-year
                                                                                                            career with Pfizer and learned about the senior softball
                                                                                                            league through a friend who connected him with
                                                                                                            League Commissioner Cosentino. The oldest active
                                                                                                            player is Mike Manasia, 89, a pitcher.
                                                                                                              The senior softball program is in its third decade
                                                                                                            and is a cooperative effort of the nonprofit Jupiter
                                                                                                            Senior Softball Association and the Town of Jupiter.
                                                                                                            New players are always welcome and registration can
                                                                                                            be made online at

          Licensed and Insured

                                                                                                            Jupiter Senior Softball player Vic Troiano blasts a ball
                                                                                                            towards the outfield.
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