Palm City Art Associates

Congratulations all!!

Reuben's Breakfast and Lunch Deli 

3120 SW Martin Downs Blvd.,

Palm City

Check out 20 wonderful pieces of artwork by our members on display here. While there, stay and enjoy a great breakfast or lunch.

Brenda Susla, left, with her most recent sold painting at the Wellness Center.

Please visit the amazing art on display at the Kane Center, at 900 SE Salerno Rd., Stuart 34997.  Curator: Sharon Roselli

10% of sales proceeds go to benefit the Kane Center.

Display, Class & Demo Opportunity at Martin Downs Club and Preserve

Laura Tiano

the PCAA liaison for this new venue which has offered to partner with us to offer space for classes, demos, art shows, receptions, etc.  

Members, please send us the photos of your sold paintings for this page!!

The newly completed MD Club and Preserve is a large, well-lit with natural light & exciting new cultural center within Martin Downs for residents & the public. PCAA artists interested in more info about giving classes or demos  there, please contact Laura Tiano .

​Some of the pieces from the new Reubens display

Our newest venue  -ThePalm City Chamber of Commerce, Martin Downs Blvd. Instructions for the first display hanging will be announced soon. 

Member Art Display Opportunities 

PCAA currently provides these four on-going venues for paid members to display and sell their artwork.

Joyce Gioeli's wonderful painting entitled Mother's Day was also sold at the Wellness Center this month.

Alice Shann, on the right, is seen here with the buyer of her beautiful piece that sold at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Center recently.

Clubhouse Restaurant at Martin Downs is no longer a venue for PCAA display as they management there has changed.

Recently Sold Paintings at these Four On-going Venues

Kendra Deltano, on right, sold this beautiful watercolor at the Kane Center recently.


Cleveland Clinic - Wellness & Rehab Center

    3066 SW Martin Downs Blvd.Palm City, FL 34990.     The longest running display venue for PCAA with great success.                                  Co-curators: Bety Betes and Carol Rohde.

​Some of the pieces from the new Kane Center display