RosettaStone Fine Art News

Fine Art Printing vs. Fine Art Reproductions

Fine Art Printing vs. Fine Art Reproductions

Many artists think about getting their work made into giclees.  Most are very uncertain about the whole theory of this kind of printing. Some think that the only true form of fine art printing should be strictly limited to hand-pulled prints done by the artist themselves.  I […]

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Benzaiten’s Historic Makeover

The Benzaiten Center for Creative Arts is located in an FEC Train Depot building in the City of Lake Worth.  It was built in 1923 and has been designated an historic site by the State of Florida and is about to be federally designated.  Recently, we discovered […]

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Rene Richthofen: The Car Man Cometh

Rene Richthofen:  The Car Man Cometh

Rene is a delightful man who has combined two passions into one:  His love of cars and his love of art.  Rene von Richthofen has maintained an enduring passion for the automobile that has lasted his entire life.  He believes it is the most important invention of […]

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Liz Ghitta Segall: Creating Art That Makes You Smile

Liz Ghitta Segall: Creating Art That Makes You Smile

Artist Liz Ghitta Segall is one of the funniest people I know.  I even tried to back her if she would go into stand-up comedy.  This is not that I ever wanted her to give up her day job as a visual artist.  After all, she is […]

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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

List of Events for 2013:  Scroll down for Details… February 19th:                   “A Night in Venice” March 11th:                        “Funny People” March 16 – May 18:          “Artist as Author” March 19:                           “Jewelry Trunk Show” April 16th:                         “Lecture on Artists as Authors” April [TBD]:    […]

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JB Berkow’s Venetian Canal Paintings

JB Berkow’s Venetian Canal Paintings

JB Berkow is renown for her ‘Venetian Canal’ paintings.  She will be exhibiting prints from this collection and originals from her new “Venetian Wall Collection” on February 19, 2013 at her gallery RosettaStone Fine Art Gallery.  This work will be shown with the work of figurative artist, […]

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Joyce Birkenstock Creates Artistic Journeys

Joyce Birkenstock Creates Artistic Journeys

Joyce Birkenstock is a renown artist best known for her fine art portraiture of indigenous people from around the world.  Joyce’s work has been displayed by Disney Productions; the Macon, Georgia Historical Society; the Cornell Museum in Delray Beach, Florida; the Florida National Bank in Jacksonville, Florida; […]

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“Les Miserables” is Miserable

“Les Miserables” is Miserable

I just went to see the new “Les Miserables” movie.  It was such a complete and utter disappointment.  As a baby boomer I was weaned on seeing such fine musical productions as Mary Martin’s “Sound of Music” and the New York premier of “Man of La Mancha.”  […]

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Chris Hill

Chris Hill

I am so excited to have some brand new pieces by Chris Hill.  He is a superlative artist who is a master of many different types of art disciplines.  However, he is probably best known for his reverse painting on plexiglass.  He is a stickler for detail […]

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Debbie Mostel: A Talented Visionary

Debbie Mostel: A Talented Visionary

  I wanted to introduce you to a bright new emerging artist who you should definitely know about.  I was recently asked to jury a show at the Lighthouse ArtCenter Museum and chose this artist to win first place.  I immediately decided that I wanted to rep […]

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