The Art Society at Westfield Broward

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Join Artserve at the Westfield Broward Mall for engaging art and culture activities!

Partnering with ArtServe, Westfield Broward has created a 3-month rotating art gallery called “The Art Society at Westfield Broward” dedicated to exhibiting and selling the work of local artists commission-free!  In celebration of the changing art gallery, the Art Society will also host a series of cultural performances, live painting demonstrations, and art workshops in the common area with artists. The Art Society at Westfield Broward serves one of the most diverse populations in Broward County, where a multitude of cultures converge, creating an energetic atmosphere and a solid sense of community. With its new upgrades, merchandise mix, amenities, theater and sit-down restaurants the NEW Westfield Broward is creating a venue where all your senses can be fully engaged.

Join us and visit our current exhibition, The Westfield Walls Collection which features four South Florida based artists, Claudia Echeverria, Phil Fung and Amelia Tawakalzada.

LOCATION:  8000 W Broward Blvd, Plantation, FL 33388

Event Schedule

Paint a pop art portrait of your pet
with Sally Southgate

12-2pm:   October 20th
Arrive by 11:45 to get checked in!

All supplies are provided. All you need to do is:

*Register IN ADVANCE at the link below (maximum 12 people per class, so register soon!)
*Upload a photo of your pet that you want to paint
*Show up, get coached by Sally Southgate, and walk away with a beautiful 12”x12” painting of your pet.

ArtServe Special Price: $25

Click here to register today

 

Pop Art Sculpture Party!

2-4pm:   Oct 6 • Oct 13 • Oct 20
Arrive by:  1:45 to get checked in and ready to go!

Create your own pop art sculpture or painting with Gabriella, at the Westfield Broward Mall!  Design your own piece, make your mark and spend time creating with your mom, your sister, brother or best buddy.  All supplies are provided – just bring your creative spirt. Space is limited so register and SAVE today!

Early Bird Specials!  Register by:
10am Oct 5, for  Oct 6 class   $20  •  $25 after 10am Oct 5
10am Oct 11 for Oct 13 class $20  •  $25 after 10am Oct 13
10am Oct 11 for Oct 18 class $20  •  $25 after 10am Oct 18

 Ages: 7 to 75++++

Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult

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The Westfield Walls Collection

Featured Artsits

 

Claudia Echeverria

Venezuelan artist Claudia Echeverría (Clod) is best known for her whimsical abstract images that depict a world we can only visit through our imagination. Clod uses mix media on canvas to give voice to alien cartoon characters and sexy perky lip goddess. A swirl of vibrant, bold colors hypnotizes the soul with the flow of a visual poetic language. Large to medium scale paintings speak about the essence of being vulnerable and free.

Phil Fung  

My name is Phil Fung and I am a Miami-born visual artist. The things I make are a part of me, but also part of the world. My goal is to shine the light a bit brighter on the wonderful in our life.  I can be a master of creation within my work.  My brush strokes can be bolder, my design eye can be sharper, I can find freedom reflecting the world around me. As grandiose as that all sounds, I just love to make beauty.  I love to make happiness, make people smile, and make something to be proud of. 

Amelia Tawakalzada

Amelia ST is a Washington, D.C. based artist living and working in Miami.

Her colorful abstract paintings contain multiple mediums such as Newspaper, Charcoal, and up to five different types of paint. Amelia compares her style of painting as being analogous to life. Everything is part of the process and plays a role in the bigger picture.

When the painting becomes messy and chaotic, that’s where she improvises. In the end the portrait turns out to be much better than initially imagined.

Amelia portrays strong feminine figures and iconic people as a symbol of success through struggle. Her objective is to inspire people to pursue their passions in life regardless of past experiences or obstacles they may face.

 

To be featured in the next Art Society series, artists are encouraged to contact ArtServe at SophieB@artserve.org