Local artist opens exhibit at PBSC

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On September 18, a new oil paintings exhibit opened in the Art Gallery at the Edward M. Eissey Campus of Palm Beach State College. The artist, Nina Golub, has been a Florida resident for 20 years and began her artistic journey at the Palm Beach Gardens Community Center where, under the wing of several different teachers, she learned about important aspects of painting: color, composition, and a variety of techniques. Golub currently studies with Rita Boutros and has begun to dabble in using a palette knife, a technique that allows her to be freer with subject matter as well as colors. Golub enjoys painting people or scenes with several people; she often paints things that she sees while traveling with her husband. Golub’s past exhibits have included the “Art of Our Own” exhibit at Temple Judea and several juried exhibitions at the Palm Beach State Beach International Airport.

Golub’s exhibition runs until October 28. The lobby gallery is open Monday thru Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and during all performances. The Gallery is free and open to the public and is wheelchair accessible.

The Art Gallery at the Edward M. Eissey Campus of Palm Beach State College, which is located in Palm Beach Gardens, opened its door to the community in 1995. The Gallery is located on the ground level of the spacious arts and humanities building.

The mission of the Art Gallery is to, according to the PBSC website:

  • Develop in students and families a lifetime appreciation for, and understanding of, the visual arts
  • Serve as a visual arts center and resource for both the campus and the surrounding community
  • Prepare students for productive careers in the visual arts through a wide and varied program of exhibits, lectures, special events, tours and competitions

For more information about Golub’s exhibit, or upcoming exhibits, please visit www.palmbeachstate.edu or call (561) 207-5015.

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