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    The private residential sporting club community, Windsor, held its highly-anticipated biennial Windsor Charity Polo Cup on Saturday, February 17, 2024. Represented by Presenting Sponsor PNC Bank, the event kicked off with a Players Cocktail Reception at Windsor’s oceanfront Beach Club on Friday, February 16, followed by Windsor Members and guests viewing the world-class polo match on Saturday.

    Returning for the second time, powerhouse female polo player, 20-year-old Hope Arellano, captivated the crowd in the exciting high-goal match. Arellano became the first American woman 10-goaler in 2023 making her the highest-ranked female polo player in the U.S. and Argentina. Joining her in the impressive lineup of international players was Nacho Figueres. Hailed as one of the leading polo players on the field today, Figueres is also well-known for being the face of Ralph Lauren’s Black Label since 2005.

    “I want to thank the Weston family for having us all out here today and for promoting the beautiful sport of polo, and raising awareness and funds for three amazing charities,” said Nacho Figueres.

    PNC Bank had the honor of naming the two teams, one for PNC Bank and the other for its wealth management services division, PNC Private Bank. Players on the PNC Bank Team were Hope Arellano, Mackenzie Weisz, Manu Calafell, and Finn Secunda. On the PNC Private Bank Team were Nacho Figueres, Lucas Criado, Felipe Viana, and Sebastian Koga.

    The fast-paced match was cut short one chukker due to rain and tied with a final score of 6-6. During the closing ceremonies, Hope Arellano was named Most Valuable Player and an 8-year-old Dark Bay named Nicki, who was played by Mackenzie Weisz, was named Best Playing Pony.

    Chaired by The Hon. Hilary M. Weston, Windsor’s cofounder, the premier charity sporting event raised funds for three local charities: the Homeless Children’s Foundation of Indian River County, Ballet Vero Beach, and the Indian River Land Trust. Nominated by the Windsor membership, the charities selected offer programs to support the basic, educational and enrichment needs of underprivileged children, and to protect the area’s land for the health and wellbeing of future generations. The total funds raised for the charities will be announced before the end of March.

    Celebrated TV personality and Vero Beach resident John Walsh emceed the coveted event luncheon enjoyed by 600 guests. Walsh was one of the founding members of the Windsor Charity Polo Cup and has supported the event since its inception in 2012. His momentous TV career has spanned more than three decades and he is the recipient of the prestigious Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Governors Award for his contributions to society using television. Recently, Walsh returned to Fox Network’s “America’s Most Wanted” as co-host alongside his son Callahan Walsh.

    The 2024 Windsor Charity Polo Cup’s weekend festivities included a variety of interactive events and exhibitions including a Specialty Retail Village where Members and guests enjoyed shopping and socializing at the various pop-up boutiques.

    Windsor also hosted a sold-out Tailgate section where more than 85 cars filled with eventgoers came out to participate in the themed tailgate competition entitled “Fashion Trends Through The Decades.” The winning tailgate took it back to 1974 with its “Peace, Love and Happiness” tailgate complete with a vintage Volkswagen van. In second place was the “Truman Capote Black & White Ball” tailgate inspired by the legendary 1966 mascaraed ball at the Plaza Hotel in New York. Donning togas, sandals, and gladiator armor, the tailgate “Windsor Acrop-Polo-is of Fashion” came in third place.

    Guests also enjoyed participating in a high-end raffle featuring Luxury Jeweler Sponsor Seaman Schepps, and viewing the People’s Choice Concours presented by The Space Coast Region Porsche Club of America. For extra excitement VISTA XO, the event’s Private Aviation Sponsor, and Luxury Automobile Sponsor Porsche, Mercedes-Benz, Audi of Melbourne hosted high-energy hospitality areas showcasing their latest offerings.

    Before the match, guests were welcomed to an elegant luncheon including a Champagne reception sponsored by Champagne Jeeper followed by a main course of Roasted Tenderloin of Beef with Lobster Cake, a Key Lime Tartlet dessert, all accompanied by wines donated by JUSTIN Vineyards and Winery.

    The match’s opening ceremonies included a performance by solo bagpiper Pipe Corporal John Humphry of Vero Beach Pipes & Drums. Performing the National Anthem was Savannah Brown, a 17-year-old St. Edwards School Junior and Rising Star at Vero Beach’s Riverside Theatre. The first ball was thrown out by Porsche, Mercedes-Benz, Audi of Melbourne Owner and General Manager Shay Rowe who arrived on the field in a 2024 911 Targa 4 GTS.

    Presenting Sponsor PNC Bank was joined by an impressive roster of corporate and luxury sponsors, including Windsor, Porsche, Mercedes-Benz, Audi of Melbourne, VISTA/XO, Seaman Schepps, Barth Construction, Inc., J.McLaughlin, the Dick & Betsy DeVos Family Foundation, Rehmann, L3Harris Technologies, CBRE Group, Inc., JUSTIN Vineyards & Winery, Champagne Jeeper, Casa Dragones, Allen Brothers, Carroll Distributing Company, Palm Beach Coffee Roasters, Saratoga Spring Water, Equestrian Living, and Vero Beach Magazine. Members of the Windsor community were also generous contributors to the event as sponsors and donors.

    For additional details on the Windsor Charity Polo Cup, please visit WindsorCharityPoloCup.com.

    About Windsor and the Windsor Charitable Foundation:

    Windsor

    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

    About the 2024 Presenting Sponsor and Event Beneficiaries:

    PNC Bank

    PNC Bank, National Association, is a member of The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. (NYSE: PNC). PNC is one of the largest diversified financial services institutions in the United States, organized around its customers and communities for strong relationships and local delivery of retail and business banking including a full range of lending products; specialized services for corporations and government entities, including corporate banking, real estate finance and asset-based lending; wealth management and asset management. pnc.com

    Homeless Children’s Foundation of Indian River County

    The Homeless Children’s Foundation of Indian River County (HCF) funds year-round enrichment activities for local homeless children, including after-school programs and summer camp. Founded by Windsor Members in 2015, HCF now serves 375 children annually. Prior to HCF’s existence, most children were left in cars or motels so their parents could work. The support HCF provides assists the entire family unit: children are provided programs which open doors of opportunity, meanwhile parents can work additional hours, save, and come out of homelessness. hcfirc.com

    Ballet Vero Beach

    Ballet Vero Beach (BVB) challenges the notion of what an arts organization is capable of. The company not only presents a full season of the highest quality productions but has received international attention for its education and community engagement efforts. Fostering a love of our natural world, ensuring access to the arts for all, and combating the early literacy crisis for the children of Indian River County are just some of the ways BVB leverages dance to effect positive change. balletverobeach.org

    Indian River Land Trust

    The Indian River Land Trust (IRLT) has protected more than 1,200 acres of environmentally sensitive land throughout Indian River County, including 12 miles of Indian River Lagoon shoreline. IRLT remains focused on preserving wildlife habitat, protecting scenic waterfront, and providing access to nature for the public. For nearly a decade, IRLT has partnered with a variety of organizations to provide local youth groups and students with unique educational and research opportunities to engage in nature on IRLT properties. irlt.org

    Windsor is pleased to announce that Vista, the world’s leading global private aviation group, will serve as the Private Aviation Sponsor of the celebrated 2024 Windsor Charity Polo Cup. The event will take place on Saturday, February 17, at Windsor, the 472-acre private residential sporting club community spanning the lush barrier island between the Indian River and the Atlantic Ocean in Vero Beach. In addition to world-class polo, the family-friendly day will showcase an array of interactive events and exhibitions including an elegant luncheon, themed tailgate, specialty retail village, luxury automobile concours, and a high-end raffle.

    As one of the event’s signature sponsors, Vista will be hosting a hospitality area in the main pavilion where 600 guests are expected to enjoy a champagne reception and plated luncheon. Windsor has also aligned a partnership with Vista to provide an exclusive membership offering to Windsor Members as well as a series of special events.

    “Our commitment to excellence and community mirrors that of Windsor, making our support for the 2024 Windsor Charity Polo Cup a natural fit. We are honored to connect with fellow enthusiasts while contributing to a worthy cause. We look forward to a successful partnership and the exciting opportunities it presents,” said Leona Qi, President U.S. at Vista.

    Vista provides clients with the most advanced flying services at the very best value. With knowledge and understanding of all facets of the privation aviation industry, Vista delivers the best end-to-end offering through its VistaJet and XO branded services. Clients put their trust in Vista’s flexible and secure flying solutions and benefit from access to the Vista Members’ fleet of over 300 aircraft.

    “We are thankful for Vista’s generous sponsorship of the Windsor Charity Polo Cup and look forward to a mutually successful partnership for not only our Foundation but also our community’s membership,” said Maria Whittle, Windsor Member and Sponsorship Co-Chair of the event.

    Presented by PNC Bank and chaired by The Hon. Hilary M. Weston, the 2024 event will raise funds for three local charities – the Homeless Children’s Foundation of Indian River County, Ballet Vero Beach, and the Indian River Land Trust. Selected by the Windsor Membership, the three charities offer programs to support the basic, educational and enrichment needs of underprivileged children, and to protect the area’s land for the health and wellbeing of future generations. Net proceeds of the event will be donated equally to the nonprofits in support of their respective causes.

    For the latest details on the Windsor Charity Polo Cup, visit WindsorCharityPoloCup.com.

     

    About Windsor

    Established in 1989, Windsor is a private residential sporting club community spanning 472c 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

     

    About Vista

    Vista Global Holding’s (Vista) subsidiaries provide worldwide business flight services. A global group headquartered at the DIFC in Dubai, Vista integrates a unique portfolio of companies offering asset free services to cover all key aspects of business aviation: guaranteed and on demand global flight coverage; subscription and membership solutions; trading and management services; and cutting-edge mobility technology.

    Innovating the industry for 20 years through continuous investment in people, technology and infrastructure, the Group’s mission is to lead the change to provide clients with the most advanced flying services at the very best value, anytime, anywhere around the world. Vista’s knowledge and understanding of all facets of the industry deliver the best end-to-end offering and technology to all business aviation clients, through its VistaJet and XO branded services and duly licensed carriers.

    Vista is not a direct air carrier and does not operate or charter flights.

    More Vista information and news at vistaglobal.com.

    Today, Windsor welcomes esteemed professional advisory firm, Rehmann, as a signature sponsor of the 2024 Windsor Charity Polo Cup taking place on the Windsor polo grounds on Saturday, February 17, 2024.

    “We are pleased to welcome Rehmann to Windsor as generous sponsors of the Windsor Charity Polo Cup, our Foundation’s flagship fundraiser,” said Jane Smalley, Windsor’s Marketing Director and the event’s Sponsorship Co-Chair. “We look forward to partnering with Rehmann in making a positive impact on the local community.”

    Presented by PNC Bank, the Windsor Charity Polo Cup is recognized as the premier charity sporting event of the season in Vero Beach. In addition to world-class polo, the 2024 Windsor Charity Polo Cup will showcase an array of interactive events and exhibitions including an elegant luncheon, themed tailgate, specialty retail village, luxury automobile concours, and a high-end raffle.

    “We are honored to be part of the Windsor Charity Polo Cup this year – such a unique and wonderful event that supports so many causes that are personally near and dear to all of us,” said Jeff Phillips, CFA, CPA, Rehmann’s Managing Principal for the Florida region. “The Homeless Children’s Foundation, Ballet Vero Beach, and the Indian River Land Trust each provide critical support across multiple generations of our community and will for many generations to come.”

    Rehmann’s Vero Beach office received the Jack J. Rehmann Community Leadership Award, presented by Rehmann for the advisors’ commitments through boards of directors’ representation, volunteer hours, and monetary investments to Vero Beach and Indian River County’s organizations and other nonprofits.

    PNC Bank is joined by an impressive roster of corporate and luxury sponsors, including Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Audi of Melbourne, VISTA/XO, Seaman Schepps, Barth Construction, Inc., J.McLaughlin, L3Harris Technologies, CBRE Group, Inc., JUSTIN Vineyards & Winery, Champagne Jeeper, Casa Dragones, Allen Brothers, Carroll Distributing Company, Palm Beach Coffee Roasters, Saratoga Spring Water, Equestrian Living, and Vero Beach Magazine. Members of the Windsor community are also generous contributors to the event as sponsors and donors.

    For the latest details on the Windsor Charity Polo Cup, visit WindsorCharityPoloCup.com.

    About Windsor

    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

    About Rehmann

    Rehmann is a fully integrated, professional advisory and asset management firm that provides forward-thinking solutions – from tax, succession planning, estate, gift, and trusts to digital security, private equity, investment, insurance, and more – for business and individual clients nationwide for more than 80 years. With over 1,000 associates in Michigan, Ohio, and Florida, the firm provides the momentum for what is possible, allowing companies and individuals to focus on what makes them extraordinary. For more information on Rehmann, visit www.rehmann.com.

    The Gallery at Windsor hosted an exclusive weekend to celebrate the opening of A Piece of Waterfall in the Sound of Crickets, an expansive solo exhibition by the leading Costa Rican artist, Federico Herrero. The exhibition, which will run until April 26th, brings together a selection of recent paintings and monotypes by Federico Herrero, 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 exhibition, curated by Elena Ketelsen González, assistant curator at MoMA PS1, is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalog published by DelMonico Books, including a foreword by The Hon. Hilary M. Weston, an essay by Ketelsen González, and an interview with artist and Bernardo Mosqueira, chief curator at the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art.

    A Piece of Waterfall in the Sound of Crickets takes its name from a poem by celebrated Costa Rican poet Alfonso Chase (b. 1944), in which he reflects upon the mundane beauty of the sights and sounds of the country that has long inspired his poetry, despite frequent trips to New York City and Europe.

    Like Chase, Herrero’s practice often looks beyond his surroundings but remains deeply situated in the lush urban setting of San José, Costa Rica, where he creates geometric abstractions that breathe outwards into the open structures of a city in flux or what Herrero calls “incomplete,” and beyond into the highly ordered cities of the North. From this context emerge works that achieve harmonic resolution while recalling the colors and contours of a city constantly transformed by tropical growth and decay.

    “I am delighted to welcome Federico Herrero to exhibit at The Gallery at Windsor,” said The Hon. Hilary M. Weston, Windsor Cofounder and Creative Director of The Gallery at Windsor. “This exciting show follows our long-standing curatorial focus at The Gallery, which has presented a diverse roster of some of the world’s leading contemporary artists for more than two decades. We are thrilled to add Federico to that list.”

    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. This gift is tax-deductible and is designated to support arts education.

    Visit the website for more information and public opening times: windsorflorida.com/gallery.

    About Federico Herrero

    Federico Herrero’s intensely visual language is rooted in his observations of everyday life in Costa Rica’s ever evolving landscape, especially the way nature and culture collide. In his paintings on canvas, immersive installations, and public works, brightly hued organic shapes jostle against each other as they inhabit and negotiate space. There are dissonances and harmonies, which threaten to momentarily unravel but are bound together with an energy that seems to operate on a nearly atomic scale. They creep along the edges, and often break free of the frame entirely, winding onto the walls and into the crevices of his installations’ spaces.

    Color for Herrero is an expression of space, both the absence of space and the abundance of space and the relationship between them. His canvases and installations therefore become exercises in seeing that compel the viewer to experience their environment in novel ways. Of his varied practice Herrero states, “When painting on a canvas, you know there is no transgression; it acquires a rhythm of production that is related to yourself…One deals with a personal universe, the other deals with a social vocation.” Through this duality, Herrero’s practice is essentially a study of liminal spaces – gaps between public and private, canvas and wall, figure and background, work and viewer – always infused with elements of play, pleasure, and humor.

    Federico Herrero (b. 1978, San Jose, Costa Rica) was the recipient of the Young Artist’s Prize at the 49th Venice Biennale (2001). He has exhibited extensively in museums worldwide. Recent exhibitions include Tactiles, Kunsthalle Lissabon, Lisbon, Portugal (2022); Barreras Blandas, Museo Nacional de Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica (2020); Tempo aberto, Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Niterói, São Paulo (2019); Open Envelope, Witte de With, Rotterdam, the Netherlands (2018); and Alphabet, a site-specific installation for the atrium of the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (2018). Herrero is also the founder of Despacio and Cero Uno, two contemporary art spaces in his native San Jose, which have served as important forces in the continued development of Central America’s artistic voice. He lives and works in San Jose, Costa Rica.

    About Elena Ketelsen González

    Elena Ketelsen González is a curator and writer based in Queens, New York, originally from San José, Costa Rica. She is currently an assistant curator at MoMA PS1, where she organized the first New York museum solo exhibition of Leslie Martinez (2023). Previously, she held programming positions at the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of the City of New York. She was the founder of La Salita, a curatorial project dedicated to the investigation of artists working from Latin America, the Caribbean, and the diaspora. She regularly writes for periodicals and museum catalogs and frequently presents and gives lectures at universities and other institutions.

    About Windsor

    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, a 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

    About The Gallery at Windsor

    Founded in 2002, The Gallery at Windsor is an independent art space at the heart of the Windsor community. The Gallery annually invites curators to respond to the space with museum-quality shows of contemporary art. The Hon. Hilary M. Weston serves as Creative Director for The Gallery. The Gallery has exhibited works by leading contemporary artists including Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Ed Ruscha, Bruce Weber, Peter Doig, Alex Katz, Per Kirkeby and Christopher Le Brun. In April 2011, a three-year collaboration with the Whitechapel Gallery, London realized exhibitions by Beatriz Milhazes, Gert & Uwe Tobias, and American Icon Jasper Johns. In 2018 the Gallery’s first presentation in a three-year collaboration with the Royal Academy featured the provocative Grayson Perry, this was followed by exhibitions by Sir Michael Craig-Martin and Rose Wylie. In 2023 the Gallery presented an exhibition of sculptures and works on paper by Sir Tony Cragg. windsorflorida.com/gallery

    Windsor is excited to announce that Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Audi of Melbourne, will be returning as the Luxury Automobile Sponsor of the 2024 Windsor Charity Polo Cup taking place on the Windsor polo grounds on Saturday, February 17th, 2024. The luxury car dealership has generously supported the event since 2014.

    As the event’s Luxury Automobile Sponsor, each of the notable car brands’ top luxury models will be on display at the highly anticipated Player Reception Cocktail Party, taking place the night before the match on February 16th, 2024, at Windsor’s Beach Club. On match day, the luxury car dealership will have on-site presence within a field-side hospitality tent, showcasing a selection of its most sought-after models.

    “We are delighted to once again be part of the Windsor Charity Polo Cup,” says Shay Rowe, Owner and General Manager at Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Audi of Melbourne, Florida. “Our partnership with this fabulous event started back in 2014. Not only are all the beneficiaries very worthwhile but this day always proves to be one of the best and most fun on the calendar.”

    As a highlight during the polo match, sponsor representatives will drive a selection of cars onto the field to deliver the players pre-match and will return to the field during the iconic half-time Divot Stomp. In addition, members of the Space Coast Region of Porsche Club of America will display more than 30 cars from vintage to the latest models at an adjacent Concours where guests can vote for their People’s Choice award.

    “We are immensely grateful for Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Audi of Melbourne’s longstanding partnership and support of our event charities,” said Jane Smalley, Windsor Marketing Director and the event’s Sponsorship Co-Chair. “The superior collection of luxury cars displayed field side has become an exciting and much-anticipated feature of the event.”

    Presented by PNC Bank, the Windsor Charity Polo Cup is recognized as the premier charity sporting event of the season in Vero Beach. The 2024 event will raise funds for three local charities – the Homeless Children’s Foundation of Indian River County, Ballet Vero Beach, and the Indian River Land Trust. The charities selected all offer programs to support the basic, educational and enrichment needs of underprivileged children, and to protect the area’s land for the health and wellbeing of future generations.

    In addition to world-class polo, the 2024 Windsor Charity Polo Cup will showcase an array of interactive events and exhibitions including an elegant luncheon, themed tailgate, specialty retail village, luxury automobile concours and a high-end raffle.

    For the latest details on the Windsor Charity Polo Cup, visit WindsorCharityPoloCup.com.

    About Windsor

    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, a 472-acre private residential community on a barrier island between the Indian River and the Atlantic Ocean cofounded by W. Galen and Hilary M. Weston in the early 1990s, is officially launching sales for its final phase. Stretching 47 acres alongside the Indian River Lagoon, the North Village will offer 34 homesites and six row houses and features 26.5 acres of natural area and 9.7 acres of lake and estuary.

    “Welcoming this exciting new chapter of the Windsor community is a major milestone, and we are excited to share our reimagined vision,” said Betsy Hanley, President of Windsor Real Estate Inc. and President & CEO of Torwest Inc. “We have engrained the history and tradition that is associated with the Windsor prestige into the North Village while infusing a greater focus on the environment and well-being of our members.”

     Originally designed by renowned town planners Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk of DPZ CoDesign, Windsor offers timeless architecture and landscape design that celebrates its tropical and unspoiled setting. The North Village will build on the design of the original Windsor plan, continuing the community’s thoughtfully crafted aesthetic while introducing an even greater commitment to sustainability.

    DPZ CoDesign has returned to design the plan for the North Village, focusing on principles of sustainability, walkability, healthy living, and community values. Prospective buyers will have the opportunity to design their homes with some of the nation’s leading architects who have been approved for the North Village. The neighborhood will follow an updated code that will bring a subtle evolution of the Windsor style while incorporating building practices to achieve a high level of sustainable innovation as well as a lower environmental impact. Key features, including courtyards, single-room depths and a light color palette will remain in the code; however, details will be modified to engender a more contemporary aesthetic.

    As sustainability and the connection to nature is a key component of the North Village, a top-tier landscape and environmental design team has been formed to create guidelines and standards for both community and private spaces. The team includes Dept., Edwina von Gal, Beth Dowdle, and Farr Associates; they will each play an integral part of bringing the vision for the North Village to life. Drawing inspiration from the Indian River Lagoon’s rich ecology, the team will incorporate native plants and water features to enhance the natural surroundings and weave the North Village seamlessly into its environs.

    To reduce their ecological footprint, all homes will be required to achieve a level of certification through a program created by the Passive House Institute US (Phius) which aims to create safe, resilient, comfortable and energy efficient homes.

    “The North Village is a special opportunity to reimagine how residential communities can be stewards of the environment and strengthen the fragile ecosystems of the Indian River Lagoon,” said Isaac Stein, Design Principal at Dept. “The landscape at the North Village is guided by ecological principles and aims to bolster biodiversity, reduce resource-intensive landscape maintenance, and create a curated outdoor setting that improves the health and well-being of both people and nature.”

    The prioritization of an active and wellness-full living experience in the North Village is further evident through the wide array of indoor and outdoor amenities, including a 12,620-square-foot fitness and wellness center equipped with studio space for cardio, strength and flexibility, spa treatment rooms, relaxation spaces and a juice bar; an abundance of naturally landscaped greenspaces including a park, scenic trails for walking, biking or horseback riding, and firepits; an observation deck; a kayak launch with equipment storage and direct lagoon access; and much more.

    Life at Windsor and in its new North Village aims to be endlessly interesting and enriching for members with spaces for socializing at the Clubhouse overlooking the Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed golf course and at the recently renovated Beach Club overlooking the ocean. The Town Hall, Exedra and Village Centre Pergola host cultural performances and members’ private events. Additionally, Windsor’s full-scale Equestrian Centre, Stan Smith-designed Tennis Centre and Croquet Greensward are iconic features of the property. The Gallery at Windsor is home to important works of art from the George Weston Collection and is host to seasonal museum-caliber exhibitions of contemporary art.

    Sales and marketing for the North Village are exclusively handled by Windsor Real Estate, Inc. Prices are upon request. For more information on the North Village, please visit www.windsorflorida.com/the-north-village/ or call (772) 388-8400.


    About Windsor

    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. windsorflorida.com

    About DPZ CoDESIGN

    DPZ CoDESIGN is an architectural practice that was founded in 1980 by Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk. The founders are among the leading proponents of the New Urbanism movement, which promotes sustainable urban growth and community design. DPZ’s work has been recognized with numerous prestigious industry awards. Duany and Plater-Zyberk led the design of Windsor’s original master plan and building code.

    About Dept.

    Dept. is a landscape architecture and urban design studio that specializes in ecologically sensitive landscapes for the public and the environment. Founded in 2019 by Maggie Tsang and Isaac Stein, Dept. works at a range of scales from urban parks and waterfronts to small gardens. In May 2022, Dept. was one of six emerging firms to be awarded the 2022 League Prize from the Architectural League of New York.

    About Edwina von Gal

    Landscape designer Edwina von Gal, who established her eponymous firm in 1984, is a leading voice in the field focusing on natural, sustainable landscape design. She has collaborated with numerous high-profile architects, designers, and art-world luminaries on public and private projects worldwide. Ms. von Gal has served on boards and committees for several horticultural and arts organizations and is the recipient of many prestigious industry awards. In 2013, she launched the Perfect Earth Project, a nonprofit that promotes toxin-free lawn and landscapes for the health of people, their pets and the planet.

    About Beth Dowdle

    Beth Dowdle is an accomplished land conservation and planning expert with decades of experience in leadership and advisory positions for municipalities and nonprofit organizations across the United States. She has served on the boards of organizations nationwide whose missions are related to conservation and community improvement and was a founding member of the Congress for the New Urbanism in Florida.

    About Farr Associates

    Farr Associates is a pioneering, sustainability-driven architecture and urban design firm founded by Doug Farr, a leader of the sustainability movement. The firm’s current projects represent the state-of-the-practice in high-performance buildings and walkable urbanism. Mr. Farr chaired the creation of LEED-Neighborhood Development and authored two groundbreaking books on urban sustainability: Sustainable Urbanism: Urban Design with Nature (2008) and Sustainable Nation: Urban Design Patterns for the Future (2018).

    About Merrill, Pastor & Colgan Architects

    Founded by Scott Merrill in 1990, Merrill, Pastor & Colgan Architects is an award-winning architectural firm with deep experience in urban design, historic preservation, sustainability, and project management. For over three decades, the firm’s principal interest has been the development of building types and site planning that use land more efficiently and intensely. MPC has designed numerous residences at Windsor since the early 1990s as well as the Village Centre and the Windsor Park Residences. The firm is currently designing the new Fitness and Wellness Centre planned for the North Village.

    The Gallery at Windsor is pleased to present A Piece of Waterfall in the Sound of Crickets, an expansive solo exhibition of work by Costa Rican artist Federico Herrero, which will be on view from January 27 through April 26, 2024. This exhibition, curated by Elena Ketelsen González, Assistant Curator at MoMA PS1, is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue published by DelMonico Books, including a foreword by The Hon. Hilary M. Weston, an essay by Ketelsen González, and an interview with the artist and Bernardo Mosqueira.

    A Piece of Waterfall in the Sound of Crickets brings together a selection of recent paintings and monotypes by Herrero, 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 exhibition takes its name from a poem by celebrated Costa Rican poet Alfonso Chase (b. 1944), in which he reflects upon the mundane beauty of the sights and sounds of the country that has long inspired his poetry, despite frequent trips to New York City and Europe.

    Like Chase, Herrero’s practice often looks beyond his surroundings but remains deeply situated in the lush urban setting of San José, Costa Rica, where he creates geometric abstractions that breathe outwards into the open structures of a city in flux or what Herrero calls “incomplete”, and beyond into the highly ordered cities of the North. From this context emerge works that achieve harmonic resolution while recalling the colors and contours of a city constantly transformed by tropical growth and decay.

    Vivid colors merge together to mirror overgrown terrains, while muted hues evoke sun-weathered buildings, as lines blur together to suggest a landscape view from above or the silhouette of a figure in motion. Triangles—both right-side up and upside down—conjure images of volcanoes or mountains. Shapes fall into each other to form precarious yet balanced compositions, reflecting an ever-changing topography, while newer paintings like Lost at Sea (2023) verge on the figurative, resembling a ferry crossing an expanse of ocean.

    These paintings speak to Herrero’s profound connection to the territory he works from, in which he—and his studio—occupy the space where the human-made becomes entangled with the natural landscape. Together, the works in the exhibition demonstrate Herrero’s maturity as a painter who over two decades has made sensuous works that are rooted in a profound understanding of the interplay between color, form, intuition, and the place that spurs their creation.

    “I am delighted to welcome Federico Herrero to exhibit at Windsor,” said The Hon. Hilary M. Weston, Windsor Cofounder and Creative Director of The Gallery at Windsor. “This exciting show follows our long-standing curatorial focus at The Gallery, which has presented a diverse roster of some of the world’s leading contemporary artists for more than two decades.”

    Federico Herrero was the recipient of the Young Artist’s Prize at the 49th Venice Biennale (2001). He has exhibited extensively in museums worldwide. Recent exhibitions include Tactiles, Kunsthalle Lissabon, Lisbon, Portugal (2022); Barreras Blandas, Museo Nacional de Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica (2020); Tempo aberto, Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Niterói, São Paulo (2019); Open Envelope, Witte de With, Rotterdam, the Netherlands (2018); and Alphabet, a site-specific installation for the atrium of the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (2018).

    His work is in the permanent collection of numerous institutions including the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan; Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan; Tate Modern, London, UK; MUDAM, Luxembourg; MUSAC, Castilla y León, Spain; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain; Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA; The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY; and São Paulo Museum of Art, São Paulo, Brazil.

    The Gallery at Windsor is open to the public by appointment. Visit the website for more information and public opening times windsorflorida.com/gallery.

     

    About Elena Ketelsen González 

    Elena Ketelsen González is a curator and writer based in Queens, New York, originally from San José, Costa Rica. She is currently an assistant curator at MoMA PS1, where she recently organized the first New York museum solo exhibition of Leslie Martinez (2023). Previously, she held programming positions at the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of the City of New York. She was the founder of La Salita, a curatorial project dedicated to the investigation of artists working from Latin America, the Caribbean, and the diaspora. She regularly writes for periodicals and museum catalogues, and frequently presents and gives lectures at universities and other institutions.

    About Windsor

    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

     About The Gallery at Windsor

    Founded in 2002, The Gallery at Windsor is an independent art space at the heart of the Windsor community. The Gallery annually invites curators to respond to the space with museum-quality shows of contemporary art. The Hon. Hilary M. Weston serves as Creative Director for The Gallery.

    The Gallery has exhibited works by leading contemporary artists including Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Ed Ruscha, Bruce Weber, Peter Doig, Alex Katz, Per Kirkeby and Christopher Le Brun. In April 2011, a three-year collaboration with the Whitechapel Gallery, London realized exhibitions by Beatriz Milhazes, Gert & Uwe Tobias, and American Icon Jasper Johns. In 2018 the Gallery’s first presentation in a three-year collaboration with the Royal Academy featured the provocative Grayson Perry, this was followed exhibitions by Sir Michael Craig-Martin and Rose Wylie. In 2023 the Gallery presented an exhibition of sculptures and works on paper by Sir Tony Cragg. windsorflorida.com/gallery

    Windsor, a 472-acre private residential community located along Florida’s Treasure Coast, is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Ryan Skipton as the course’s newest Director of Golf. With over twenty years of professional experience, Skipton will oversee Windsor’s 18-hole Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed championship golf course. As part of his role, he will be introducing the newest golf technology to Windsor, along with a newly hired PGA Professional team.

    A graduate of Coastal Carolina University’s PGA Golf Management program, Skipton most recently served as the Director of Golf for The Ford Field & River Club in Richmond Hill, GA. Previously, he held positions with the National Golf Links of America in Southampton, NY; The Creek in Locust Valley, NY; the Dye Preserve in Jupiter, FL; and Pebble Beach Golf Links, CA. In 2021, Skipton received the Georgia PGA Professional Development Award.

    “For more than three decades, Windsor has prided itself on its best-in-class golf program, offering a unique approach to golfers at every level,” said Betsy Hanley, President of Windsor Real Estate, Inc. “We are excited to see the leadership, innovation and new technology Ryan will bring to the course at Windsor.”

    Skipton plans to introduce new technology to Windsor’s golf program including the Trackman 4, a cutting-edge dual radar launch monitor that captures data for the entire ball fight and club data from impact. This new technology will offer players real-time feedback and suggestions for improvement of their golf game.

    With a goal of continuing to promote the game of golf to members at any level, Skipton has recruited five new PGA Professional staff to join him at Windsor. The additional staff will allow for a stronger presence on the course where they will monitor play and be available to golfers throughout the day. The team also will help with structured clinics and teaching programs aimed at beginners as well as men and ladies. One of the new Windsor hires will serve as a dedicated on-site club fitter.

    “I have always admired the golf offering at Windsor, from the challenge of the course to the strong focus on member enjoyment” said Ryan Skipton. “I am thrilled to begin this journey at Windsor and to continue to elevate the golf experience for the community and its growing membership.”

    Windsor’s 18-hole golf course was originally designed in 1991 by legendary golf course architect Robert Trent Jones, Jr. In 2019, Jones Jr. returned with his team to carry out an extensive renovation of the 120-acre course that recaptured the original design intent and updated golf holes in concert with today’s game. Highlights of the renovation include replacement of grass on all greens, tees, fairways, and roughs; enlargement and reorientation of tee boxes; and restoration of original hole locations and bunker shapes. To remain ecologically sensitive and reduce the golf club’s carbon footprint, the renovation introduced a more drought-tolerant variety of Bermuda grass, reduced areas that need to be mowed, and a new state-of-the-art irrigation system. The Windsor course allows all members to play at their own pace, as golfers enjoy a no-tee time policy.

    For more information on Windsor, please visit windsorflorida.com or call (772) 388 – 8400.

    About Windsor

    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

    The Windsor Charitable Foundation board is pleased to announce the return of PNC Bank as the presenting sponsor for the 2024 Windsor Charity Polo Cup. Taking place Sat., Feb. 17, 2024, the Windsor Charity Polo Cup is recognized as the signature high-goal charity polo match of the Vero Beach season and has raised close to $2 million dollars for local and national non-profit organizations since its inception in 2012.

    “The sport of polo is a significant part of Windsor’s heritage,” says Betsy Hanley, president of Windsor Real Estate, Inc. “We are proud to be hosting the much-anticipated Windsor Charity Polo Cup again next year, and to be supporting three very worthy local charitable organizations.”

    Selected by the Windsor membership, the beneficiaries for the 2024 event are the Homeless Children’s Foundation of Indian River County, Ballet Vero Beach and the Indian River Land Trust. The charities selected all offer programs to support the basic, educational and enrichment needs of underprivileged children, and to protect the area’s land for the health and wellbeing of future generations. At the 2022 event alone, the polo cup raised $350,000 for two local charities, which is expected to be surpassed at this year’s event.

    “PNC is proud to once again join the Windsor Charity Polo Cup in its efforts to make a meaningful impact on Vero Beach,” said Cressman Bronson, PNC regional president for Southeast Florida. “Through this event, we’re helping organizations that protect the natural resources of our community and support the people who call it home.”

    Along with the world-class polo, the 2024 Windsor Charity Polo Cup will also showcase an array of interactive events and exhibitions. An elegant luncheon for 600 guests is planned, a themed tailgate celebration, specialty retail village with a wide array of shop selections, a luxury automobile concours and a high-end raffle.

    Additionally, the corporate and luxury sponsors of the event include Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Audi of Melbourne, Jaeger-LeCoultre, L3Harris Technologies, Rehmann, CBRE Group, Inc., Seaman Schepps, JUSTIN Wines, Champagne Jeeper, Casa Dragones, Allen Brothers, Equestrian Living and Vero Beach Magazine. Members of the Windsor community are also generous contributors to the event as sponsors and donors.

    The Windsor community will also be introducing its final phase of development this year. Stretching 47-acres along the Indian River Lagoon, the North Village will pay tribute to the existing homes on property while placing a heightened emphasis on sustainability and creating a thriving environment for years to come.

    For the latest information on the 2024 Windsor Charity Polo Cup, please visit windsorcharitypolocup.com.

    About Windsor and the Windsor Charitable Foundation:

     Windsor

    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. 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

    About the 2024 Presenting Sponsor and Event Beneficiaries:

    PNC Bank

    PNC Bank, National Association, is a member of The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. (NYSE: PNC). PNC is one of the largest diversified financial services institutions in the United States, organized around its customers and communities for strong relationships and local delivery of retail and business banking including a full range of lending products; specialized services for corporations and government entities, including corporate banking, real estate finance and asset-based lending; wealth management and asset management. pnc.com.

    Homeless Children’s Foundation of Indian River County

    The Homeless Children’s Foundation of Indian River County (HCF) funds year-round enrichment activities for local homeless children, including after-school programs and summer camp. Founded by Windsor Members in 2015, HCF now serves 375 children annually. Prior to HCF’s existence, most children were left in cars or motels so their parents could work. The support HCF provides assists the entire family unit: children are provided programs which open doors of opportunity, meanwhile parents can work additional hours, save, and come out of homelessness. hcfirc.com.

    Ballet Vero Beach

    Ballet Vero Beach (BVB) challenges the notion of what an arts organization is capable of. The company not only presents a full season of the highest quality productions but has received international attention for its education and community engagement efforts. Fostering a love of our natural world, ensuring access to the arts for all, and combating the early literacy crisis for the children of Indian River County are just some of the ways BVB leverages dance to effect positive change. balletverobeach.org

    Indian River Land Trust

    The Indian River Land Trust (IRLT) has protected more than 1,200 acres of environmentally sensitive land throughout Indian River County, including 12 miles of Indian River Lagoon shoreline. IRLT remains focused on preserving wildlife habitat, protecting scenic waterfront, and providing access to nature for the public. For nearly a decade, IRLT has partnered with a variety of organizations to provide local youth groups and students with unique educational and research opportunities to engage in nature on IRLT properties. www.irlt.org

    The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, Florida Chapter (ICAA FL) is pleased to announce the 2022 Recipients of the 11th Annual Addison Mizner Award for excellence in Classical and Traditional Architecture. This year’s recipients – an illustrious roster of architects, designers, landscape architects, educators, urbanists, and patrons – include Fairfax & Sammons Architects, de la Guardia Victoria Architects & Urbanists, FGS Design, Martinez Alvarez Architecture, Fernando Wong Outdoor Living Design, SMI Landscape Architecture, Kemble Interiors, Elizabeth Connaughton, the Hon. Hilary W. Weston and Mr. W. Galen Weston, Jaime Correa, and Friederike H. Mittner.

    The 2022 Addison Mizner Award Recipients were selected by a jury that included Jorge Hernandez, Alexa Hampton, and Lucien Steil, and will be honored at a dinner to be held at The Colony Hotel in Palm Beach on April 15, 2023, a town very much shaped by noteworthy examples of Mr. Mizner’s work. The event attracts the finest practitioners of classical and traditional design as well as their patrons and supporters.

    Established in 2012, the Addison Mizner Awards recognize exemplary achievements and contributions by category in the fields of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Interior Design, Urban Design, Craftsmanship and the Fine Arts. The awards are named for Addison Mizner, an architect whose civic and domestic works defined the standards of excellence in composition and craftsmanship for classical and traditional design in the early years of urban development in Florida.

    The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art is the leading nonprofit membership organization with fifteen chapters nationwide committed to promoting and preserving the practice, understanding and appreciation of the principles of Classical and Traditional architecture and its allied arts.

    The 11th Annual Addison Mizner Awards celebration at The Colony Hotel on April 15 will commence with cocktails at 5:00 p.m. The Awards dinner and ceremony will follow. Please visit www.flclassicist.org for tickets and more information.

    On Saturday 25 February, Windsor co-founder and Creative Director for The Gallery at Windsor, the Hon. Hilary M. Weston hosted an exclusive weekend to celebrate the opening of Tony Cragg: Sculptures and Works on Paper, an exhibition by the leading contemporary sculptor Sir Tony Cragg at The Gallery at Windsor, Vero Beach, Florida.  The exhibition, which runs until 19 May, is curated by art historian Dr Jon Wood and includes bronze, steel and glass sculptures, and works on paper in the gallery as well as a large-scale fiberglass sculpture sited in the community’s gardens – on 472 acres of a lush barrier island located between the Indian River and the Atlantic Ocean.

    The weekend’s guest list included Windsor members and leading figures from the international art world, including Dame Julia Peyton-Jones, Dr Arne Ehmann, Matthew Teitelbaum, Christine and Andrew Hall, Brady Roberts, and Brett Sherlock, among others.

    For his first visit to Vero Beach Florida, Tony Cragg took part in an hour-long ‘Artist in Conversation’ event with the curator Jon Wood.  The conversation was followed by a celebratory dinner hosted by Mrs. Weston on Windsor’s Beach Club veranda.

    The exhibition is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue including a foreword by The Hon. Hilary M. Weston, an essay by Jon Wood and an interview with the artist by Hans Ulrich Obrist.

    Hilary M. Weston said: ‘The community at Windsor has wholeheartedly embraced Tony Cragg’s exhibition at The Gallery at Windsor. We were so delighted that Tony was able to travel to Vero Beach for the opening of this exciting exhibition that displays a wide range of works, showcasing his extraordinary mastery over a diverse range of materials.’

    Tony Cragg represented Britain at the 43rd Venice Biennale in 1988, and the same year was awarded the Turner Prize at Tate in London. He won the prestigious Praemium Imperiale Award, Tokyo in 2007 and the Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award in 2017.

    He has exhibited extensively in museums worldwide: Tate Gallery, London (1988), Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven and Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf (1989), Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh and Musée du Louvre, Paris (2011), Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg (2013), Von der Heydt-Museum, Wuppertal and Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg (2016) and Boboli Gardens, Florence (2019), and Houghton Hall, Norfolk (2021). He held professorships in the Akademie der Künste in Berlin and Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, where he was director from 2009 to 2013.

    Dates and Opening Hours
    Open to public:

    The Gallery at Windsor is open to the public by appointment. Visit the website for public opening times www.windsorflorida.com/gallery. To schedule an appointment, contact The Gallery at 772 388 4071 or via email to gallery@windsorflorida.com.

    Free Admission
    There is no admission fee to visit The Gallery. Exhibition visitors may choose to support The Windsor Charitable Foundation with a suggested donation of $10. This gift is tax-deductible and is designated to support arts education.

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    Join the discussion about the exhibition online at:
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    About The Gallery at Windsor, Vero Beach, Florida
    Founded in 2002, The Gallery at Windsor is an independent art space at the heart of the Windsor community. The Gallery annually invites curators to respond to the space with museum-quality shows of contemporary art. The Hon. Hilary M. Weston serves as Creative Director for The Gallery.

    The Gallery has exhibited works by leading contemporary artists including Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Ed Ruscha, Bruce Weber, Peter Doig, Alex Katz, Per Kirkeby Hon RA and Christopher Le Brun PRA. In April 2011, a three-year collaboration with the Whitechapel Gallery, London realized exhibitions by Beatriz Milhazes, Gert & Uwe Tobias, and American Icon Jasper Johns Hon RA. In 2018 The Gallery’s first presentation in a three-year collaboration with the Royal Academy featured the provocative Grayson Perry, this was followed by an exhibition by Sir Michael Craig-Martin. The final exhibition in the series featured Rose Wylie. windsorflorida.com/the-gallery

    About Windsor
    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. Established in 1989 by Hilary and W. Galen Weston of Toronto, Canada, Windsor was designed by renowned town planners Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk in the New Urbanism style of residential living, one that offers civic 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

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    An exhibition by one of the world’s most distinguished contemporary sculptors, Sir Tony Cragg will go on show at The Gallery at Windsor, Vero Beach, Florida, from February 25 to May 19, 2023.

    The exhibition, curated by art historian Jon Wood, will include bronze, steel and glass sculptures, and works on paper in the gallery as well as a large-scale sculpture sited in the community’s gardens – on 472 acres of a lush barrier island located between the Indian River and the Atlantic Ocean.

    Tony Cragg represented Britain at the 43rd Venice Biennale in 1988, and the same year was awarded the Turner Prize at Tate in London. He won the prestigious Praemium Imperiale Award, Tokyo in 2007 and the Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award in 2017.

    He has exhibited extensively in museums worldwide: Tate Gallery, London (1988), Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven and Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf (1989), Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh and Musée du Louvre, Paris (2011), Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg (2013), Von der Heydt-Museum, Wuppertal and Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg (2016) and Boboli Gardens, Florence (2019), and Houghton Hall, Norfolk (2021). He held professorships in the Akademie der Künste in Berlin and Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, where he was director from 2009 to 2013.

    The exhibition will be accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue including a foreword by The Hon. Hilary M. Weston, an essay by Jon Wood and an interview with the artist by Hans Ulrich Obrist.

    The Hon. Hilary M. Weston, co-founder of Windsor and the Creative Director for The Gallery at Windsor said: “We look forward to welcoming Tony Cragg to The Gallery at Windsor. This exhibition, curated specifically for our gallery, will present a collection of works that showcase Tony’s extraordinary mastery over such a diverse range of materials.”

     Jon Wood said: “Tony Cragg has not only changed the way we see sculpture, but also the way we see and think about the material world more generally.”

    Portrait of Tony Cragg courtesy of Thaddaeus Ropac gallery, London | Paris | Salzburg | Seoul. Photographer: Charles Duprat

     

    Dates and Opening Hours

    Open to the Public
    The Gallery at Windsor is open to the public by appointment. Visit the website for public opening times windsorflorida.com/the-gallery. To schedule an appointment, contact The Gallery at 772 388 4071 or via email to gallery@windsorflorida.com.

    Free Admission
    There is no admission fee to visit The Gallery. Exhibition visitors may choose to support The Windsor Charitable Foundation with a suggested donation of $10. This gift is tax-deductible and is designated to support arts education.

    Social Media
    Join the discussion about the exhibition online at:
    Facebook /windsorflorida
    Instagram @thegalleryatwindsor @windsorflorida
    Twitter @windsorflorida

    About The Gallery at Windsor, Vero Beach, Florida

    Founded in 2002, The Gallery at Windsor is an independent art space at the heart of the Windsor community. The Gallery annually invites curators to respond to the space with museum-quality shows of contemporary art. The Hon. Hilary M. Weston serves as Creative Director for The Gallery.

    The Gallery has exhibited works by leading contemporary artists including Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Ed Ruscha, Bruce Weber, Peter Doig, Alex Katz, Per Kirkeby Hon RA and Christopher Le Brun PRA. In April 2011, a three-year collaboration with the Whitechapel Gallery, London realized exhibitions by Beatriz Milhazes, Gert & Uwe Tobias, and American Icon Jasper Johns Hon RA. In 2018 The Gallery’s first presentation in a three-year collaboration with the Royal Academy featured the provocative Grayson Perry, this was followed by an exhibition by Sir Michael Craig-Martin. The final exhibition in the series featured Rose Wylie. windsorflorida.com/the-gallery

    About Windsor

    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. Established in 1989 by Hilary and W. Galen Weston of Toronto, Canada, Windsor was designed by renowned town planners Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk in the New Urbanism style of residential living, one that offers civic 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