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    A Piece of Waterfall in the Sound of Crickets at The Gallery at Windsor Raises $8,500 in Donations

    May 20, 2024 | Windsor Florida |

    Anna Romer (Docent), Jane Smalley (Marketing Director), Kevin Calica (Gallery Manager), Christine O’Dowd (Docent), Frank Cassata (Docent)
    Installation photography by Aric Attas
    Installation photography by Aric Attas
    Installation photography by Aric Attas

    Today, The Windsor Charitable Foundation is pleased to announce that The Gallery at Windsor has raised $8,500 in donations made by visitors to this year’s exhibition by leading Costa Rican contemporary artist Federico Herrero.

    Titled A Piece of Waterfall in the Sound of Crickets, the expansive solo exhibition was on display in The Gallery from January 25 through April 26. The exhibition brought together a selection of recent paintings and monotypes by the artist, who for over twenty years has produced a vast body of works on canvas, paper, walls, and streets, including many site-specific commissions and architectural interventions.

    The Gallery at Windsor is open to the public by appointment. While there is no admission to visit the Gallery at Windsor, exhibition visitors may support the Windsor Charitable Foundation with a suggested donation of $15. Each year, the donation funds collected are designated to support local arts education. This year’s recipient is the Vero Beach Museum of Art (VBMA) Summer Art Camp Scholarship Program.

    “Federico Herrero’s exhibition was extremely well received, and this is reflected in the generosity of visitors to The Gallery this season,” said Betsy Hanley, CEO and President of Torwest, Inc. and President of Windsor Real Estate, Inc. “The Gallery is a unique amenity, and we are proud to share the works of our exhibiting artists, and in turn, provide underprivileged children in Indian River County opportunities to experience hands-on arts education.”

    VBMA Summer Art campers explore a variety of artmaking techniques, materials, and movements. Classes are grouped by age, for children 5 through 16 years old, and all supplies are included in a wide variety of media. The museum’s summer exhibition is Rock ‘N’ Roll Billboards of the Sunset Strip: Photographs by Robert Landau. Through exploration of the galleries and weekly themed classes, campers have the opportunity to learn about the impact of music and storytelling on the modern world.

    “On behalf of the VBMA Trustees and staff, I extend my heartfelt gratitude to the Windsor Charitable Foundation for providing the experience of VBMA Summer Art Camp to aspiring young artists for whom attending camp would otherwise be financially challenging,” said Brady Roberts, Executive Director of the Vero Beach Museum of Art. “This profound act of generosity underscores our mutual dedication to art and how it enriches lives and fosters vibrant communities”.

    The Gallery at Windsor will announce its 2025 exhibition during the summer. For more information about The Gallery, visit windsorflorida.com/gallery.

    About Windsor and the Windsor Charitable Foundation:


    Established in 1989, Windsor is a private residential sporting club community spanning 472 acres of lush barrier island between the Indian River and the Atlantic Ocean in Vero Beach, Florida. In the early 1990s, W. Galen Weston and the Hon. Hilary M. Weston of Toronto, Canada visited South Florida in search of a winter home for themselves and their children. In Vero Beach they became enchanted by a property that over the next decades would become a cherished home, passion project and ultimately a critically acclaimed residential community. Windsor was designed by renowned town planners Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk in the New Urbanism style of residential living. It offers public and community spaces framed by timeless architecture and landscape design that celebrates its tropical and unspoiled setting. Windsor is comprised of 350 homesites in various styles, including village homes, cottages and country estates, all remarkable for their signature Anglo-Caribbean architecture and gracious living. Residents enjoy privacy and seclusion combined with the finest amenities, exemplary services and sporting activities. Windsor is embarking on its final development phase with the launch of the North Village, a 47-acre neighborhood featuring 40 residences, new and enhanced amenities and a heightened commitment to sustainability. windsorflorida.com

    Windsor Charitable Foundation

    The Windsor Charitable Foundation’s primary goal is to use the power of philanthropy to change people’s lives and improve the local community. The Foundation raises funds from within the Windsor community, and through fundraising events for the purpose of making grants to fund programs offered by local charitable organizations. Primarily, grants are awarded to support basic human needs such as food, shelter, assistance with disabilities and health issues, children’s education, medical research, protecting the environment and animal advocacy. In addition, the Foundation provides support to Windsor Properties and Club employees experiencing unforeseen hardship. windsorflorida.com/foundation