We invite you to enjoy beverages and light hors d'oeurves as you mingle with friends and fellow guests to view this exhibition. Reception admission is complimentary. Please RSVP by calling (954) 340-5000.
Joseph Conrad-Ferm did not discover his need to paint until the winter of 2001. With over 1,000 finished works, on paper, canvas, and wood, his paintings are in public and private collections worldwide. Ferms’ work is used extensively by interior designers, has been seen in design publications in the U.S. and Europe, and can be found on several television shows.
A self-taught artist, William DeBilzan began painting abstracts. His curious nature and intuition led to the integration of objects into his canvases – from paper, fabric and metal to any material that inspired him. Often starting with a wash, DeBilzan builds his surfaces in a way that produces a luminous glaze in one area of the canvas and thick, highly-textured impasto layers in another – a range of textures and effects with light, all on the same canvas.
Raised in the inner city of the infamous Carol City, Ivan Roque has a passion centered on the concepts of birth, death, renewal and social struggles. He was influenced by both old masters like Marcel DuChamp, Caravaggio and Mark Rothko. Today’s geniuses such as Shepard Fairey, Anthony Lister and Typoe have also been a big influence in his art.