Vero Beach Art Club

4th annual Art On the Island
A unique 3-Dimensional art exhibition

February 9, 10, 11, 2018


The newest show in the Vero Beach Art Club's array of exhibitions, Art on the Island offers non-traditional 3D art at an elegant event held at Marsh Island Club situated between the intracoastal and Indian River Lagoon. This show is specific to three dimensional art and was a great success last year. Even 2D artists were challenged to bring pieces which had a three dimensional aspect. The show was such a success the artists have decided to make it an annual event offering sculpture, jewelry, pottery, wood, fiber art, mixed media, glass and two-dimensional with pizzazz!


Private VIP Opening Reception & Awards: Friday February 9, 2018 4:00 - 5:00 pm
Cocktail Reception/Exhibit and Sale: Friday, February 9, 2018 5:00 pm-8:00 pm
Exhibit and Sale: Saturday, February 10, 2018 10:00 am-4:00 pm
Exhibit and Sale: Sunday, February 11, 2018 10:00 am-4:00 pm



Marsh Island Clubhouse
9155 Marsh Island Drive, Vero Beach, FL 32963
Located just over the Wabasso CR510 bridge, Marsh Island is a gated community situated on a beautiful island preserve. The clubhouse is a turn of the century design with a plantation feel. It has sweeping porches and an open feel.


From the mainland, go east over the Wabasso Bridge CR510 off of US1 on the north side of Vero Beach. After you pass over the Indian River, you will go down the bridge and you will pass the beach parks on either side. The next body of land is Marsh Island. Marsh Island Drive will be the first street on the left. Continue on and the clubhouse will be on your right.
From Orchid Island, go west over the Wabasso Bridge CR510 off the A1A. As you come down off the first section of bridge, Marsh Island Drive will be on your right. 


Be sure to click on our link below to see our sponsors for this year's show. Our generous sponsors help to make the show possible with funds for advertising, printing, lighting, awards, musical entertainments, food and wine for our opening reception, etc. In-kind sponsorships are always welcome! The exhibit would not be possible without their support and generosity.


Diana S. Tokarz

Rosemary Polsky-Newman

With regard to volunteers, we have committee chairs for volunteer coordination and advertising, both of whom would be grateful for volunteers to help them. In addition, we are looking for volunteers to help with managing applications and databases, graphics and printing, and VIP reception planning. As we get closer to the show, We then will need help with the actual design, organization and running of the show and the sale of the artwork.