PRESERVATION FOUNDATION OF PALM BEACH

 

Graham Rust is currently showing an exhibition at the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach, consisting of several designs and illustrations by the artist.

The Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach is dedicated to preserving the architectural and cultural heritage and the unique scenic quality of the Town of Palm Beach. Through advocacy initiatives, educational programs, architectural resources and cultural events, the Foundation's goal is to encourage the community to learn about and save the historic sites that truly make Palm Beach special.

Since it's founding in 1980, the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach has raised millions of dollars to preserve and restore historic resources; advocated for the designation of over 300 landmarks; recognized dedicated owners and leading architects with awards; educated countless children about Palm Beach's architectural, cultural and environmental legacy; and provided valuable resources to the community through its archives and publications.

Graham Rust's most recent set of murals were featured in the 2018 award-winning Ivor House. The project places the colourful birds of Florida, both native and migratory, in a romantic and highly detailed grisaille landscape of ancient china.

 Graham Rust working on a mural at the Ballinger award-winning Ivor House.

CURRENT EXHIBITION:
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 20 - APRIL 18, 2019
 PRESERVATION FOUNDATION OF PALM BEACH
311 PERUVIAN AVENUE, P.B. FL 33480
Tel: 561 832 0731
www.palmbeachpreservation.org