Artist Deborah Blank, the art director at Temple Bet Shira’s school and at Greenfield Day School, celebrated the opening reception of her current art show at the Datran Center in Dadeland on Apr. 1.
Attending the event were more than 150 art enthusiasts, teachers, parents and friends.
Blank, a native Miamian, is an art educator and the recipient of the Deaver Foundation for Excellence in Teaching Award. She also is a prolific artist whose strength is a great diversity combined with her true passion for the arts.
She has exhibited her work in various venues, including the Bandel Gallery in Downtown Miami, Beaux Arts show in Coral Gables, Miami Beach Art for Public Places, Blackman’s Gallery in Bayside Downtown Miami, Cultural Art Exhibition in Melbourne, ArtWorks Gallery in Miami, MiArte Gallery in Coral Gables, Picture Source in Miami, Sun Trust Art Exhibit in Downtown Miami, Coral Gables Art for Public Places, and Lowe Art Museum benefit in Coral Gables.
In addition to her private work, she was chosen to design fabrics for Miami manufacturer Comfort Inc. who integrated her designs in an exclusive product line used by several national department stores.
For those who missed her art opening reception on Apr. 1, you still can catch her exhibit in the Datran Center Lobby through Apr. 30. Portion of all sales from the current exhibition will be donated to the Red Cross Disaster Fund.
You also may visit her website at at www.DeborahBlank.com.
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