John William Gallery

3100-3500 NW Boca Raton Blvd, #210
FL 33431 Boca Raton
United States
Mobile Ph: 585-317-5409
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Monique Rollins (Associate)

Kathrine Page (Project Director)


Founded in 2019 in the heart of Wynwood district in Miami, FL, John William Gallery evolved from an experimental art lab and fixture in the community into a more dynamic venture that celebrates collaboration, the exchange of ideas, and rich cultural heritage. Now with two locations, Boca Raton, FL and Wilmington, DE, John William Gallery actively partners with local organizations to generate exhibition opportunities for our artists to engage the community.

John William Gallery exhibits, represents, and promotes artists who hold studios in Ukraine, Argentina, Korea, China, Europe, and the United States and whose work displays the current pulse of contemporary avant garde being created across the globe. Through its diversity of artists and art praxis, John William Gallery strives to resonate with the human condition by showing work that connects the viewer to the imagination of the artists.

Our professionally curated exhibition program provides access to innovative work that confronts social issues that investigates personal narratives, and that explores the time-honored fundamentals of art and design.

Believing that making and responding to the arts are vital for human flourishing, our exhibition programs are tailored to appeal to both seasoned and emerging collectors, while our education programs serve the local community and appeal to students of all ages.

Peter Wayne Lewis Beijing Booster Scroll #6

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About the Artist

Peter Wayne Lewis received his BFA and MFA from San Jose State University. He was a tenured professor and chair of the art department at the Massachusetts University of Art and Design. His work is in the permanent collection of Crocker Art Museum and in collections worldwide. He is the first Jamaican-American to bring Jamaican-Asian aesthetics to China; his work was exhibited in the 50-year retrospective at Hawara Pyramid, Munich, sponsored by Walter Hallstein founding member of the EU; he's had two exhibitions at Smithsonian; in 2023 his work will be featured in Ghana at the Pan African Heritage Museum; Lewis represents the United States for Jamaica; his work is about musical tone and sensibilities, offering the chance to be stimulated through harmony or dissonance.

Hidalgo is an emerging artist from Wilmington, DE where he maintains a studio. He landed his first museum solo exhibition in 2019 at The Delaware Contemporary art museum in Wilmington, DE. Prior to that, Hidalgo has participated in group exhibitions in the Delaware area from 2015 – 2017. His work has been exhibited in the Hamptons to acclaim, and has received accolades in regional magazines. Hidalgo taught painting at Nativity Preparatory School and has curated exhibitions for regional galleries and for The Delaware Contemporary. In 2019, Hidalgo received the Gretchen Cummins Hupfel Award from The Delaware Contemporary, which recognizes an exceptional, regional artist under the age of 40 who demonstrates the spirit of innovation, dedication, and passion for contemporary art as exemplified by the artist Gretchen Cummins Hupfel. His work is in public collections such as, Sallie Mae, DE; Bay Health, DE; Chris Strumfelds Youth Center, DE, and in private collections.
Hidalgo constructs an experience placing the viewer in a land of textures, objects and structures. The work is meditative and sensual inviting the viewer to relate to the work at a primordial level.His work piques the viewer’s curiosity in an instinctual way, and, for a time, while exploring the pieces, the real world falls away.