Jacklyn Laflamme

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Great To See You At The Story Book Festival

How wonderful to see everyone out and about at The Story Book Festival, it was a Fantastical Day…

The Story Book Festival

Thank You for stopping by to visit with Dani Lynn the author of  The Fairy Tale Project, don’t forget to give the gift  of a Magical Fairy Tale Fantasy this Holiday Season, the Trilogy is available at Amazon.com

Thank You to Holly Bronkowski and the City Of Pembroke Pines for sharing these amazing photo’s.

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The Story Book Festival 11/12/2014


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The Story Book Festival

Please join author Dani Lynn and I at The Story Book Festival and check out the latest edition of the Fairytale Project Trilogy now available on Amazon.com.

The Story Book Festival

Among other surprises this fun filled day will include a very special appearance by LADDLE THE LEAPFROG.”

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Looking forward to seeing you at the Festival!

 Saturday, November 15th 2014, 10:00 am – 4:30pm

Southwest Regional Library, 16835 Sheridan Street, Pembroke Pines, FL 33331, USA


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Atrium Gallery Of Dania A New Venue for Arts & Culture

Dania Beach is proud to announce the opening of the new Atrium Gallery located at City Hall. A beautiful space with many possibilities, it will serve as an Arts and Cultural Center featuring exhibition’s, concert’s and so much more.

Jacklyn Laflamme

The very first show featured the Signal Box 7, which showcased all the artwork around Dania Beach on selected signal boxes. The current show is a group initiative ”Images From Nature.”

The next event will feature nationally acclaimed artist Jacklyn Laflamme with a one-woman show. Her vibrant, acrylic paintings will be on exhibit from Friday, September 25, 2014 until the end of October.

“I am very excited to share my colorful art work, we really want the local community to be a part of the experience”

A community night and opening reception is planned for Tuesday, October 7, 2014 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm, at City Hall, light refreshments will be served and it is free and open to the public.

Henriette “Kittie” Arnold has been instrumental in getting the gallery up and running, she will be curating all future exhibitions. Featured artists will be invited to exhibit at the gallery. “The goals for the gallery are to have rotating exhibitions on a monthly basis. A gathering place for people to connect, network and bridge together to find creative ways to support one another, local businesses and the community.” stated Henriette Arnold. The Atrium Gallery is currently accepting applications for future exhibitions for more information Contact Henriette Arnold 954-920-4574.

City Hall,  100 W Dania Beach Blvd, Dania Beach, FL 33004


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Kaleidoscope ArtReach

The Coral Springs Museum of Art has implemented Kaleidoscope ArtReach, an art Program designed exclusively for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs)… continue reading

I had the pleasure of working with Julia Andrews, Isabel Perez Salazar, Lori Pratico and Cameron. Together we worked with the children and inspired them to create, here are some examples of the amazing work they did.

Jacklyn Laflamme Kaleidoscope ArtReach Image

We Had a Great Time!

We All Had A Great Time!


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Chalk 4 Peace

Imagine a world where everyone would choose to live in Peace and Harmony!

Jacklyn Laflamme

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Peace To The World

We all have the power to choose peace…

In this particular case it was such an honor to work with organizations that have the power to spread such an important message, to Choose Peace & Stop Violence. Teaching youth to stop bullying, to choose peace over violence helps to create safe and healthy neighborhoods, vibrant with opportunities for positive change.

Thank You to The African American Research Library, Chalk 4 Peace, The Urban League of Broward County and Anita Fraley from United Way of Broward County.


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A Creative Conversation

A Creative Conversation at The Broward Center For The Performing Arts was a very inspiring presentation by John Michael Schert, Executive Director of Trey McIntyer Project (TMP) who was instrumental in the formation and implementation of the nationally acclaimed contemporary dance troupe.

John Michael Schert & I at The Broward Center For The Performing Arts

John Michael Schert & I at The Broward Center For The Performing Arts

The discussion focused on how arts organizations can be relevant cultural assets in their communities. He explored how businesses and civic leaders can tap into creative talent in effective ways that help define a sense of place. He challenged the audience of artists and art organizations to increase their understanding of their worth as vital producers of new ideas and strategies that can propel industries, governments, and communities forward. Schert addresses creativity in bold, new ways looking at opportunities that are powerful, yet may be untapped, under-utilized, or under-monetized.

The Power to look beyond the obvious…

As artists we are programed to look beyond the obvious while creating our art work. In this particular case listening to Micheal Schert; His vision on the art world and the work that they do reminded me that we need to apply the creative thinking process to every aspect of our lives. If we practice this, not only will we be successful artists but community leaders and visionaries with a creative voice that can a make a difference.

Thank You to John Michael Schert for helping me to remember to see and think beyond the obvious, and for reminding me that artist do and can make a difference and that we need to be compensated for it. You and the TMP deserve a standing ovation!