M Fine Arts Galerie is excited to announce that its pop-up gallery at 415 Hibiscus Avenue (off Worth Avenue) in Palm Beach will now be an official location. The gallery, first arriving in the winter of 2017, quickly found that it fit perfectly into the charming, lively community of stylish boutiques and elegant fine dining. With an encouragingly positive response from local collectors, M Fine Arts has decided to permanently establish in the new space.
M Fine Arts was founded in Boston in 2016 by Mitch Plotkin and Madison Maushart, and Elizabeth Higginbotham, formerly of DTR Modern Galleries, has been hired as the director of the Palm Beach gallery. The gallery is committed to showing exceptional paintings and sculptures by artists from both sides of the Atlantic. As the gallery was originally established with a strong connection to French culture, M Fine Arts is often the sole US gallery that represents work otherwise unseen outside of Europe. In permanently joining the Palm Beach area, the gallery looks forward to further exposing its unique collection of contemporary artwork.
M Fine Arts has a rich repertoire of artists, ranging from the deeply sensitive and elegant sculptures by Chantal Lacout to the darkly playful paintings by François Anton. With a wide range of mediums and artistic approaches, the gallery offers a diverse collection of artwork.
This also includes the work of Jeannie Motherwell and her dynamic and boldly colorful acrylic compositions, and the magical dreamscape paintings of Eric Roux-Fontaine. Joseph Adolphe is
among the American artists the gallery represents as well, offering a more dramatic, gestural and powerful collection of paintings.
M Fine Arts Galerie is already established in their Palm Beach space and continues to share the welcoming atmosphere of the area; it will be open during its normal hours which are 11-5 Wednesday through Saturday (and by appointment) in the off-season and 10:30-5:30 daily during season. With an exciting show scheduled for next season, M Fine Arts welcomes all art lovers to pay a visit.