Jacklyn Laflamme

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Heightened Senses

Six artists explore individual themes, reflections, juxtaposition, perspective and more in glassworks, photography, ceramics and paintings. A multiple sensory audience participation. Patrons will be engaged at our opening to enjoy the art in a new way, invited to taste, smell, touch, hear and visually experience this one of kind show.

Opening: Friday, July 18, 2014 @ 7:00 pm
Closing: Thursday, August 28, 2014

Studio 18 Group Show featuring:
Lori Alwine, Beth Amato, Judy Darucaud, Jacklyn Laflamme, Larry Joe Miller, & Nora Pinell Hernandez

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2014 Art In The Gardens

Last weekend I completed a very special project at The Shops At Pembroke Gardens. I was commissioned to paint the very first of their 56 benches and trash receptacles located throughout the promenade of this amazing outdoor mall.

Relax In Paradise

Relax in Paradise

Thank You to John Collier, The Shops at Pembroke Gardens and to all the amazing people I met while painting last week. Can’t wait to start the next one!

 


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March Madness

March was a very busy month, with two solo exhibitions, the Pembroke Pines Art Festival and the opening reception of Doing Business As… Artist Entrepreneurs 2014 Exhibit “Emergent

“Palms” on exhibit  at the Student Union Building at FAU, Davie Campus.

“Back To Nature” on exhibit at Art Serve.

Pembroke Pines Art Festival


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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.

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We Had a Great Time!

We All Had A Great Time!


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Amazon Features The Fairy Tale Project Trilogy

 We are pleased to announce that The Fairy Tale Project Trilogy is now available on Amazon.The Fairy Tale Project Trilogy soft cover book has 100 count 8”x10” pages including 32 full color pages of original artwork, acrylic on canvas paintings, by award winning artist Jacklyn Laflamme painted especially for The Fairy Tale Project Trilogy along with numerous original sketches. The book includes the stories of Will and the Magical Forest, Will and the River of Enchantment and Will and the Crystal Fairy written by author Dani Lynn. The Fairy Tale Project Trilogy is about Will, a city boy who goes to visit his Grandpa Otus out in the country in the small town of Astrophyllite. The story follows them on an adventure through a magical forest where they meet some delightful and some downright frightening creatures that teach them patience, to take time and enjoy life and also give them the opportunity to face their fears. They discover they are capable of achieving all of this through the power of love. Continue Reading…Jacklyn Laflamme South Florida Artist The Fairy Tale Project image 2

To read more visit The Fairy Tale Project

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Slow Art Day

Slow Art Day is a global event run by volunteers with a simple mission: Help more people to discover for themselves the joy of looking at and loving art.

For one day every year, people all over the world visit local museums and galleries to look at art slowly. Participants look at five works of art for ten minutes each and then meet to over lunch to discuss the experience.

Jacklyn Laflamme Slow Art Day

Enjoying Slow Art Day at Art Serve With Deborah Kerr, Micheal Harris, and other local artists

In October 2009, the program launched in 16 museums and galleries across the United States, Canada and Europe. In the spring , it expanded to 55 locations spanning six continents, with nearly 2,000 participants. Currently there are 252 plus venues around the world that are now participating in Slow Art Day.

The Power To Slow Down…

We all have the power to stop and smell the roses, but with our busy lives and full schedules sometimes we forget to slow down and really appreciate the beauty that surrounds us. In this particular case for me personally it was a great experience. I admit that I am always on the run and have never taken the time to walk around the building and really appreciate the public art work at Art Serve. It made me think about what else I might be missing. We should  all practice  taking a break to relax, look around and celebrate the art and culture that is abundant in our communities.

I would like to Thank all the volunteers that make this day possible!


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Tales Of The Surfside Turtles – Mme Tortuga

Introducing Mme Tortuga!

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The Power to participate creates great opportunity…

In this particular case Tales Of The Surfside Turtle sculptures will be displayed throughout the Town of Surfside from January 2013 to June 2014. A chance to showcase the work, artists’ talents and support the community’s effort to promote public art.

I would like to thank The City Of Surfside for choosing me to participate, it has been an incredible opportunity!

 

** Remember, because all sea turtles in Florida are classified as ‘threatened’ or ‘endangered’, these sea turtles are afforded special protection under U.S. Federal law. It is illegal to tamper with turtles and their nests.

For More Information visit:

http://www.nps.gov/bisc/naturescience/how-you-can-help-protect-sea-turtles.htm

http://www.gumbolimbo.org/Sea-Turtle-Research

 http://whalesandmarinefauna.wordpress.com/

 

Related Post:  Tales Of The Surfside Turtles/4-6-2013