A private contemporary art collection

Public Viewing Days

 Every wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 1-4pm

 Nov. 9, 2018  - March 31, 2019

Suggested Whitespace Donation $10  Students $5

No Reservations Required


2018-2019 Season Exhibits

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Dan Leahy

Friday, Nov. 9, 2018 - Jan. 6, 2019

Peggy Greenfield

Friday, Jan. 11 - Mar 31, 2019


Dan J. Leahy is a contemporary artist born and raised in South Florida. Dan started his personal journey in the arts with film and video in Los Angeles and New York City where he made several documentaries and art films. 

Later moving to San Francisco he started working with abstract art, studying at various institutions in the city. Since then Dan has had successful art exhibitions in South Florida, New York and Istanbul, with his first solo show at the Paul Fisher Gallery in West Palm Beach, FL. 

An interest in pattern and underlying rhythms inspired me to enter the art arena. I connect to the world through the language of lines...from the world of hidden pattern and forms which lie beneath the surface of the world we live in. I take pleasure in being provocative, even confrontational, which my work as I expose a reality that is at odds with the superficialities of everyday life. 

Peggy’s photography oeuvre includes a variety of genres. In one series multiple related images are displayed together to shape a master idea. Individually, each image reflects a sliver of reality, but together they create a unified story of a time, a place, an emotion, an experience or a memory.

Peggy’s work is in private and prominent public collections in the United States and internationally, including the University of California, CitiBank, the Coral Springs Museum, and the Davison Art Center of Wesleyan University (CT).  She has studios in Florida and California and has exhibited at numerous one-person and group shows in the United States and New Zealand.


Israeli Wearable Body Sculpture

Nov. 9, 2018 - March 31, 2019

10% of proceeds go to charitable funds

Groups of 20 call to RSVP -

Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 1 - 4 p.m.


 Orly Wexler

Orly Wexler

 Shraga Arad

Shraga Arad



Format 18x24: An annual poster project

To promote Contemporary Art awareness in our community, Whitespace is implementing this new and continuing project. 

All visitors will receive a free limited edition artwork by a selected artist, done specifically for Whitespace.

Collect one each year and have an ongoing collection!

You can buy previous seasons for under $10 each


Kristin Miller Hopkins - 2018

"Let's Get Messy" is a recent mantra in my studio + life practice. Allowing paint and decisions to flow naturally, instead of fighting, forcing and controlling line work is a powerful tool. Format 18x24 has allowed me to continue to explore my interest in hand embroidered typography as well as the layering of text and image. This poster was designed specifically for Whitespace, and runs parallel to my studio practice of mixed media works, text-based sewing and delicate layering of fabric, paint and the hand drawn line. Kristin is a Professor 1 of Art + Design at Palm Beach State College, where she has been teaching for over 10 years. More of my work can be seen at www.kristinmillerhopkins.com. 


Whitespace Editions

Kristin Miller Hopkins

“New Topographies” (2018) is a mixed-media (watercolor, drawing, fabric, embroidery, handmade paper, cyanotype, xerox transfer) series of 10 unique 13"x19" pieces on paper that explore changing landscapes. Landscapes that were once clean and crisp get messy and horizon lines bleed into vast, open skies. As we evolve, we make mistakes and our terrain morphs into fresh habitats. 

Kristin is a mixed media artist with an MFA in Visual Studies from Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY and a BA in Studio Arts from Florida State University. A native of South Florida, she has had exhibited her mixed media, photography, artist books and installations nationally.

Kristin is a Professor 1 of Art and Design at Palm Beach State College, where she has been teaching for the last 10 years. More of her work can be seen at www.kristinmillerhopkins.com