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Pineapple Grove artist to have Art & Antiques Bazaar

A collection of Hollywood memorabilia with studio photographs of some of the most appealing women ever to hit the silver screen and an extensive antique collection will be on display during Pineapple Grove resident artist Jay DePalma’s Art & Antiques Bazaar April 28-29 at The Enchanted Cottage, 280 NE Second Ave.

The bazaar will run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and allow visitors to purchase rare antiques, furniture, mirrors, porcelains, lamps, vintage home and garden décor items, custom jewelry, original works of art and Hollywood memorabilia.

The Hollywood starlets items include a vast selection of hard to find, publicity studio photographs of Greta Garbo, Norma Shearer, Marlene Dietrich, Joan Crawford, Ava Gardner and Audrey Hepburn.

“The bazaar will offer art, antiques and memorabilia collectors a chance to acquire some very unique treasures sure to please the most discriminating taste,” DePalma said.

Bring your cash because DePalma said that payment method is cash only.

The Enchanted Cottage is in trendy Pineapple Grove, across from the post office. The cottage is hard to miss, just look for the white picket fence with the Diana statue in the front garden.

DePalma is a Pineapple Grove artist living in the Pineapple Grove Arts District and is currently sponsored by Derwent Graphite Pencils.


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David DiPino joined Forum Publishing Group in August 2006. As a reporter for the Delray Forum, David covers community news and writes a dining column twice a month that focuses on restaurants in South Palm Beach County.

He also is one of the writers of the twice-monthly Hometown Downtown column that looks at events, celebrations, and organizations in Delray and Boynton Beach. He freelances for the Sun-Sentinel during high school football and basketball seasons.

David spent 12 years working in the restaurant industry, and did just about every job in the back of the house, including line cook, sous chef, and dessert chef. A Florida native who lives in Jupiter, he studied Multimedia Journalism at Florida Atlantic University, where he obtained a bachelor’s degree. David enjoys playing the guitar, golf, boating and snorkeling during his free time.

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