Monday, August 30, 2021

Raffle Tickets for ATB Surprise in a Box

If you had the opportunity get an ATB Fine Art Group Inc. surprise box, what would you hope would be inside?

We are hosting a raffle for our ATB Surprise in a Box. Great opportunity to acquire all kinds of cool art and merchandise produced by ATB including items from Anthony Burks Collections & Ethnic Mermaids products just to name a few. 

One raffle ticket -$20.00

Six Raffle Tickets $100.00 (Bonus ticket)

ATB Surprise in a Box Raffle

Saturday, July 3, 2021

Self Published books by Trina Slade-Burks

Books Written by Trina Slade-Burks


A book of poetry, affirmations and art executed by artist, Trina Slade-Burks with a collaboration of family and friends inserts. Some photo family history accompanied with contemporary art.

~Some subject matter and language are a little strong.~

First Book-$39.50

These writings are the thoughts, words, affirmations and poem of mine. 
This is the 2nd Edition version.

The writings are based on Gemini’s point of view. They often see of the two sides of the reality of life. Reality isn't always pretty.

Second Book-$30.00


The book is based on online status comments of inspiration, truth, frustration and humor on social media the first few years. 

Third Book-$17.00


Words of inspiration by 9 African American women writers discussing topics such as art, life transitions, moving forward, success and their own motivational topics.

Angelina Steward

Ansonia Hixon

Damaa Bell 

Jasira Monique

Kimberly Nyesha Smith

L. Medford

Melissa McKnight

Trina S. Slade-Burks

Yulette Newman

Forth Book-$18.00


Cookbook of my friends, family & I from my past and present.

 Fifth Book-$18.00


Continuation of recipes contributed by me, my family and friends to share with food lovers. Some healthy options included.

Sixth Book-$18.00

Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Say Her Name- Limited Edition Giclee Print

Say Her Name
Limited Edition-50
Giclee Print Special

NOW $250


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Monday, November 23, 2020

Artists in Karibu: a Celebration of Black Artists in Palm Beach County

We are excited to announce the participating artists in Karibu Celebration of Black Artists in Palm Beach County in 2021 in partnership with the Cultural Council for  Palm Beach County.

Performers by Jamaal Clark

Andrew Hollimon

Anthony Burks

Brian Wood

Caron Bowman

Cynthia Simmons,

Dariel Donovan

Eminent By Buera

Gillian Kennedy Wright

Jahnoi Smith

Jamaal Clark

Kianga Jinaki

Lawrence Jean-Louis

Lee Glaze

Lupe Lawrence

Michelle Drummond

Raquel Williams

Ron Lawrence,


Scott Jeffries

Shani Simpson

Shawn Henderson      

Shica Hardy

Tracy Guiteau

Turgo Bastien

Monday, October 12, 2020

PRESS RELEASE: Cultural Council Partners with ATB Fine Art Group, Inc. to Showcase Palm Beach County Black Artists this Season

 By: Hannah Deadman-Arnst

The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County will soon open its latest exhibition, How Do We Move Forward?” presented and curated by Anthony Burks, Sr. and Trina Slade-Burks of ATB Fine Art Group, Inc. The show will run from Oct. 16 through Dec. 12 in a hybrid model of virtual and in-person opportunities.

In response to the recent series of events that spurred local, national and global response, a group of Palm Beach County artists have stepped up to engage the community through art. Serving as both communicators and problem-solvers, 10 visual and spoken word artists will provide content regarding four centuries of turmoil and social and civil injustice. Since the revolution has already been televised, these artists will contribute to continuing conversations and help build solutions through art. 

“How Do We Move Forward?” will feature the following artists:

Spoken Word Artists:
Dorian Frith
Jashua Sa-Ra
Jenn La Reine
Kim Nyesha Smith
Nick Murray

Visual Artists:
Dariel Donovan
Anthony Burks, Sr.
Tracy Guiteau
Kianga Jinaki
Turgo Bastien

“The Cultural Council is focused on issues of equity and inclusion in the arts and cultural sector. We are seeking opportunities to spotlight artists of color throughout Palm Beach County,” said Dave Lawrence, the Council’s president & CEO. “We commissioned Anthony Burks, Sr. and Trina Slade-Burks to create and curate two exhibitions this year to reach new audiences, foster important conversations and build new relationships in our community — especially during this time in our nation’s history.”

In celebration of “How Do We Move Forward?”, the Council will host a free virtual preview event onits website and YouTube page on Friday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m., featuring Smooth Bounce Entertainment and Jashua Sa-Ra as M.C. 

In January, the Cultural Council will once again partner with the Burks in a Harlem Renaissance-style exhibition called “Karibu: A Celebration of Black Artists in Palm Beach County.” Presented by the Council and curated by ATB Fine Art Group, Karibu means “Welcome, come in” in Swahili and will feature work in various media. 

If You Go

Name: “How Do We Move Forward?” 
Exhibition dates: Friday Oct. 16 through Saturday, Dec. 12
To view: Works can be viewed on the Council’s website and social media channels. Members of the Cultural Council can visit the exhibition in person by registering for member preview days, which run Oct. 22 to Nov. 13 (Thursdays and Fridays from noon to 5 p.m.). The general public can visit the exhibition in person starting on Nov. 17.

For more information about “How Do We Move Forward,” to register for the virtual preview, or to learn more about other exhibitions, please visit