Encapsulating a lifetime of work into four categories: Flora and Fauna; Murals; Trompe L’Oeil; and Illustrations, the exhibition will showcase many of the artist's original pieces.
Graham Rust first exhibited his drawings of London and Rome at the Hazlitt Gallery in 1971 and has subsequently exhibited paintings from his travel overseas with Spink & Son and, latterly, with Colnaghi.
Graham Rust is internationally renowned for his murals and ceiling paintings which can be found in houses in Britain, Europe, America, and the Middle East.
Rosenzweig studies life’s diversity and its conservation. He founded, publishes and is editor-in-chief of Evolutionary Ecology Research, the world’s first open-access, green path journal.
Katherine Rinne is widely regarded as the English language authority on Baroque Rome and its water supply.
The Elizabeth L. and John H. Schuler Award was founded in 2005 by Mr. and Mrs. Schuler to recognize new architecture that is designed and built in keeping with the traditional styles of Palm Beach architecture.
Architect Hermes Mallea's Havana Living Today introduces the city’s most stylish homeowners: diplomats, artists, musicians, businessmen, collectors, expats and members of the Old Guard.
Jaret Daniels, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Entomology at the University of Florida and the Director of the McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity at the Florida Museum of Natural History.
Charlie Ferrer is an interior designer and design dealer. His design philosophy values richness, selectivity and restraint expressed through clean lines, supple textures and judicious use of color.