Artist's creatures are ugly inside and out

Woody Othello's new installation at Unit 1 gallery in Lake Worth is a living room filled with odd and grotesque creatures who fritter away their lives and dwell in mediocrity. One stoneware sculpture, a figure with black, saucerlike eyes, is sprawled on a section of hardwood floor, gazing at a gold watch. His skin tone is chalky gray and medicinal green, his toenails dark and gangrenous, his bald cranium enlarged and pointed. Another creature with jaundiced skin stands on an end table, joined by a pair of frowning, unscrupulous-looking cohorts with red and purple skin.

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Live music: Violinist mixes classical, hip-hop in Lake Worth show

There's an under-the-radar concert series in a two-story condo complex on Lucerne Avenue in Lake Worth, and it's west of Dixie Highway and the downtown area. That's where violinist Gareth Johnson (garethjohnson.org) — who earned his master's from the Lynn Conservatory of Music in Boca Raton — has resided and presented his monthly downstairs "Parlor Series" since last summer.

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Cultural Council of Palm Beach County: Art goes green with new exhibit

Art goes green at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County's newest exhibit "Re-purposed/Re-seen." The council reached out to local artists to create art with recycled objects for the show. Different techniques such as collage, painting and assembling various materials were used.

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Armory Art Center Lake Worth Annex to Open September 2

The Armory Art Center has classes scheduled starting September 2 in Lake Worth in its new expanded location – The Armory Lake Worth Annex. The year-long lease of the 5,000 square foot building at 1121 Lucerne Avenue, to locals known as the shuffleboard courts, was awarded to the Armory by the Lake Worth CRA. This award gives the Armory the opportunity to further enhance the thriving and dynamic Lake Worth art community.

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‘Going A-Wall’ mural project brings color to downtown Lake Worth

Over the weekend, three sleek murals were decked on the walls of retail buildings on Lucerne Avenue during the Going-A-Wall live-painting event. It featured live music, food trucks and several paint-covered artists in action.

On one wall, the side of Bruce Webber’s Art Gallery building, a multicolored owl sitting on top of a lotus flower against a black background was the focus. On the sides were American Indians, which the painter said represented the original tribe of Lake Worth...

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