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Three art galleries to visit in Palm Beach for an art lover

The Box Gallery presents Ars Musae The Odyssey Frieze: Marzia Ellero Ransom
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Palm Beach may better be known for its long stretch of coast and opulent mansions, but the region has also become increasingly recognized as a thriving arts destination where some well-known museums sit alongside an abundance of boutique galleries. Here, we take a look at where to find the best Palm Beach art galleries.

1. Visit the Box Gallery

The Box Gallery is one of the top fine art galleries in Palm Beach, Florida, providing a wide collection of modern + contemporary works by leading artists. As the Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary returns to Palm Beach, surprises await collectors and art patrons visiting West Palm Beach. The Box Gallery will be presenting the monumental “Ars Musae: The Odyssey Frieze” by Marzia Ellero Ransom on January 13, 2018.

2. Visit The Society of the Four Arts

The Society of the Four Arts was founded in 1936 to offer quality cultural programming to the growing resort community of Palm Beach. The Esther B. O’Keeffe Gallery Building, designed by famed architect Addison Mizner, is home to a gallery that features a diverse and ever-changing schedule of traveling art exhibitions. The building also includes a 700-seat auditorium with top-of-the-line sound and lighting for concerts, lectures, and films.

3. Visit Nicole Henry Fine Art

Nicole Henry Fine Art is a West Palm Beach gallery specializing in emerging art markets including Cuban and Street Art to secondary works from Pre-Columbian, Old Masters, Impressionists, Modern, Contemporary, Latin American, European, and American Art. The gallery was founded by art dealer Nicole Henry in 2006. After graduating from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, with a BFA in Art History and Studio Art, Nicole Henry was granted a treasury license from the U.S. government in 2001 to travel to Cuba and bring back Cuban Art. Nicole has raised over $1,250,000 for local charities over the past three years, and is an active member of the local community and involved with the organization — Place of Hope. She co-chaired their gala in 2013, was the honorary co-chair in 2014 and now sits on the business board for the organization.

Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the galleries.