All of the artwork is on sale. There are over 70 pieces, including paintings, sculpture, and installation pieces.
The opening night was a fundraiser for Faith's Place in West Palm Beach. Guests were asked to bring a new pair of sneakers for the kids. Artists also decorated sneakers that were auctioned off.
Ilene Adams showed three of her photographs that were printed on Plexiglas. This one is "Satchel's," 30" x 40", $2,500.
She calls this one "Beads," 20" x 30", $1,000.
"Wheels" is also 20" x 30", $1,000.
Roehl Acosta made this mixed media piece, called "Al", 48" x 40", $6,500.
Roehl calls this piece "Ten Thousand Feet Beneath My Head," 30" x 48", $6,500.
Here are the creators of Continuum, Craig McInnis, Anthony Burks, Trina Slade-Burks, and their son, Ray.
Hundreds of people attended the opening night, as well as the second night, which was sponsored by Bombay Sapphire.
Here is Craig with his painting, "Ascension," acrylic, 48" x 60", $4,200.
WAS members Sandy and Steve Axelrod came for the Sunday brunch and lecture, and enjoyed Ilene's artwork.
WAS member Suzanne Redmond was one of the jurors for the show. She is standing next to Anthony Burks' installation piece. He also sells his birds individually.
There is still time to see and purchase the art at Continuum, at 312 Clematis. They will be open these days:
Sat. February 1, 12:00pm-6:00pm
Sun. February 2, 12:00pm-6:00pm
Thurs., February 6, 4:00pm-8:00pm
Fri., February 7, 4:00pm-8:00pm
Sat. February 8, 12:00pm-6:00pm