Monday, August 19, 2019

Call to Artists CONTINUUM PB Art Fair 2020


CONTINUUM PB  Art Fair is a temporary pop up multi-media art fair in Palm Beach County exhibiting regional South Florida artists that is produced  & curated by A.T.B. Fine Artists & Designers LLC (ATB)  & Craig McInnis Studios  from January 23-February 1, 2020. ATB & Craig McInnis Studios will be working with the No More Starving Artists Foundation (NMSAF) to create an exhibition with the purpose of attracting national and international art buyers to appreciate and acquire regional art.

If you are an artist in one of the eligible counties, this is your opportunity to apply to a premiere art fair in Palm Beach County. 

Apply HERE

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Sponsors and Donors Needed


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Thursday, August 8, 2019

Call to artists for 12"x12" Art for VIP Show

***THIS IS NOT REPLACING THE ACTUAL EXHIBITION***

For the last 6 years we have done everything from painted sneakers, masquerade masks to painted canvases for our fundraisers. 

We felt; why not just showcase our artists natural talents with minimal limitations?

Here's a great opportunity to participate in a fundraiser, raise money for the charity and you  the artist make money too. 


·         Participants: South Florida Artists Brevard County-Dade County
·         Dimensions: 12”x12” 

·         Theme: Open
·         Artist can only submit one submission.
·         Artist must be able to hand deliver the art on January 18 to venue. TBA in Palm Beach County
·         Review application carefully before applying. (Please click link below)


Artist- Johnol Jones

Pay your fee below.

Then get the

Monday, August 5, 2019

Young Masters Success Story

The Young Masters program was developed in 2017 with the hopes of developing young art students into well rounded artists. Learning not only how to develop their own crafts, but experiencing other art disciplines, being mentored by other professional artists as well as learning other important roles in the arts such as curating, business development and being able to mentor their peers.


One of our shining stars was referred by his then teacher, Erika Cespedes
 from Dreyfoos HS, student Marc Ludwigsen. 
He was eager to learn all the aspects of the program and absorbed the information quickly.  Marc continued to thrive artistically.



He not only participated in all three Young Masters programs at Continuum. But he also participated in his first non-student professional art exhibition,  ATB's Boys to Men Art Expo IV and sold one of his exhibited pieces at the show. 


Marc continued to grow as a true artist, not afraid to push the boundaries that many adult artists may fear to explore. 


Marc has shown great leadership and inspired his peers, even when the going got tough. Mentoring can be challenging, especially for a young person.  It isn't easy telling your friends that they need to do better. 
But he did it, so they could all grow together.


Marc has won numerous Young Masters awards and scholarships over the three years. 

We are proud to receive word that he has been accepted to Watkins College of Art in Nashville.

Here is his note to us :

 I just wanted to let you guys know that I will be going out of state for school attending Watkins College of Art in Nashville on a full scholarship! I can’t begin thank you guys enough for all of the opportunities you have provided me. You’re mentorship has truly shaped me as an artist. I hope I can stay involved with Continuum one way or another. 
Thanks for everything, 

Marc Ludwigsen.


We congratulate you on your next journey. You will always be part of the Continuum Family.