Three The Art Way at CCE, Northwood Village
Kathryn Schumacher art at CCE

This is an archived story. More fun doings in Northwood as a new fine art exhibition opens in the Marjorie S. Fisher Gallery at the Center for Creative Education called Three the Art Way: Jerry Radinwitz, Edwina Sandys and Kathryn Adele Schumacher that opened Thursday, February 4 at 6:30 p.m.

Brother of car mogul Chuck Schumacher, Kathryn Adele Schumacher (Collage Artist) will be exhibiting along with Edwina Sandys (Painter, Sculptor and Print Maker), granddaughter of Winston Churchill and the 1997 recipient of the United Nations Society of Writers & Artists Award for Excellence, and Fine Art photographer Jerry Rabinowitz, an award winning commercial and editorial photographer with 30 years of experience.

This is a diverse exhibition curated by local personality, Bruce Helander who has a show at Nicole Henry this month, an art critic, arts writer, curator and artist whose specialty is collage and assemblage.

The Center for Creative Education is an educational nonprofit that was created more than 20 years ago to strengthen the presence of the arts in the classrooms of Palm Beach County, Florida. Today, our Teaching Artists work with thousands of children in schools and after-school programs throughout the County, as well as at our Center in West Palm Beach, Florida. CCE provides arts instruction for children and adults, hosts art shows in our Gallery and serves as a base for many community activities.

Three The Art Way at CCE will be at the center’s location at 425 24th St, West Palm Beach, FL 33407. For more information , visit them on or call (561) 805-9927


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