Our galleries, located in the Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. Building at 601 Lake Avenue in downtown Lake Worth, are free and open to the public Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

2,500 square feet of flexible gallery space showcases ongoing temporary exhibitions focused on art made in or unique to Palm Beach County. The exhibitions educate the public about art and artists, and provide exposure to artists in Palm Beach County so they can be more successful.

Further, with the Lawrence A. Sanders Foundation Artist Resource Center and Sallie and Berton E. Korman Education and Training Center, the Council focuses on the creation of art – How does the artist create? What process does he/she use? What does it take to make art? This carries through to all media of art: visual, music, dance, theatre, etc.

Directly south of the Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. Building is the Cultural Council’s Project Space, which will feature new sculpture by Lucy Keshavarz (through May 2019) and offers a view of the giant Martin Luther King, Jr. mural by Brazilian artist, Eduardo Kobra.

Cultural Council gallery - 10x10

• Current and Upcoming Exhibitions
Past Exhibitions

Main Gallery


X Marks the Spot

X Marks the Spot

November 16 through February 2
Member Preview: Thursday, November 15, 5:30-7:30 p.m. | RSVP Online »

Graffiti isn’t a new concept in the artistic world. Its various manifestations in the past include inscribed obscenities in ancient stone, “Kilroy was here” doodles in World War II and the many colorful, spray-painted images that decorated public places in the 1980s. Then, graffiti was considered an unwelcome form of vandalism. Now with the evolution of graffiti as mural art (à la Banksy), these lines have become blurred, and the people behind the work have transformed from “misguided youths” to professional artists. This exhibition showcases the talents of 16 local artists (emerging to professional) and focuses on the many styles and maturation of graffiti and mural art.

Artists in the show

Adriano Ficarelli
Brian Cattelle
Bulk Styles
Craig McInnis
Iron Mayer
Ray Gross
Yvonne Parker


Donald M. Ephraim Family Gallery

aZul for Better Living

Fabricating Smiles

November 17 through January 5

aZul for Better Living, Inc is an emerging non-profit organization founded in Bogota-Colombia in 2014 and established in West Palm Beach in 2015. We believe in transforming relationships into collaboration while highlighting different abilities through endless opportunities. Our mission is to empower adults with developmental disabilities and their families using fashion design, industrial design and art as tools to achieve financial independence, dignity and artistic recognition. As part of our services, we offer alternative and creative learning sessions that are highly experimental and fully inclusive, using multi sensory approach to maximize the potential in our creatives and collaborators.

Fabricating Smiles is a creative training that offers participants the opportunity to learn professional manners, body language and icebreaker dialogues that help to foster confident interactions in social situations, and how to interact – navigate in a professional business setting. azulforbetterliving.org

Lawrence A. Sanders Foundation Artist Resource Center

Solo exhibitions generously funded by the JP Morgan Chase FoundationJP Morgan Chase logo

Nelson Babilonia - Paloma 2018

Nelson Babilonia

November 10 through December 8

Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Nelson Babilonia came to the United States after studying at the School of Plastic Arts in Puerto Rico. His passion for painting is unparalleled and combines abstract and surrealist elements. His dreams inspire his work as he states: “I do not choose my dreams nor choose what to paint. I create with symbols, lines, shapes, texture and color.” With this foundation, it allows him to portray his inner vision. Babilonia has exhibited extensively from San Juan to Spain and has works in multiple collections across the world.

Image: “Paloma,” 2018, acrylic on canvas, 20 x 16 inches


Future Exhibitions

Main Gallery

Modern Love

February 15 through May 18

Love is a universal language—whether it’s between two people, the world around us, or even self-love—this complex emotion spans cultures and defines who we are. In this exhibition, there are representations of all facets of love, as a concept, represented in many ways: color, sensation, awareness, empathy or even through nature, technology, dance and beyond. Twenty-one Palm Beach County artists will be sharing their love in this exhibition, co-curated by Kristin Miller Hopkins.

Biennial 2019

May 31 through August 10

What better way to celebrate the summer than to see an expansive set of artwork presented by local artists? Every two years, professional Palm Beach County artists working in a wide variety of media share their work in the Cultural Council’s biennial summer exhibition. This year’s Biennial 2019 exhibition will be juried by Melanie Johanson, curator of contemporary art at Cornell Art Museum. Prizes will be awarded for Best of Show, Second Place and Third Place, as well as a People’s Choice award—an opportunity for patrons to vote for their favorite.

Solo Exhibitions

The Cultural Council provides the opportunity for professional artists in Palm Beach County to have an exclusive exhibition in the Lawrence A. Sanders Foundation Artist Resource Center to assist them as they grow and expand their careers.

Ben Georgia

December 15 through January 12

Dina Baker

January 19 through February 16

Philip Butera & Kathryn Carlyle / Joan Eiley

February 23 through March 23

Janet Rogers / Shannon Torrence

March 30 through April 27

Dina Baker Fund for Mature Artists Grantee

May 4 through June 1

Donald M. Ephraim Family Gallery


January through February

Michael D’Amato

February through April