Focusing on international contemporary artists, they regularly feature Chantal Lacout, the Parisian artist known for creating deeply sensitive and elegant sculptures, highly sought-after, New York based sculptor Kristen Klosterman, a Dreyfoos School of the Arts alumni, who creates impactful storm sculptures that offer a delicate presence in the gallery windows, internationally renowned, local painter Diana Nicosia and Brian Keith Stephens, a brilliant young artist whose whimsical animals were recently given a solo show at the gallery. He is currently prominently featured on the walls and passersby love his brightly colored giraffes and elephants.
The gallery, which hails from Boston, has already taken the island by storm in their second season, in large part due to their business model and curation style.
As a full-service gallery, we have a specialized program where we help with every aspect of developing our clients’ collections. We love working with vibrant color palates and finding the perfect harmony of light in each location,” said Elizabeth Higginbotham, director of the gallery.
Often, this means pairing closely with interior designers and decorators, working to curate the room and the art. This kind of work spans from helping clients choose the right paint color for their walls to selecting lighting and placing furniture.
There is nothing quite like what M Fine Arts has to offer in the Palm Beach area. The gallery’s specialties include collection development and curation, on-site consultation, and virtual previews and presentations for those clients living outside of the gallery’s home installation radius. To the M Fine Arts team, there is nothing more satisfying than trying several artworks on a wall to find the perfect piece.
Their location off Worth Avenue at 415 Hibiscus Avenue next to Tiffany & Co. on the island is open daily.