Quest 400

Quest 400

Quest 400 List objectively reflects well known individuals in the wide community that New York is in the world. Camilla Webster of Palm Beach and Ocean Reef Florida, is a native New Yorker where she grew up, attended the Brearley School and worked in journalism for CBS, Fox and Forbes before focusing on her art career.

Southampton Arts Center

Southampton Arts Center

Page Six

Page Six

"Superstar painter Camilla Webster hosted a power table at Summerfest Southampton Art Center Gala Thursday night."

Palm Beach Illustrated

Palm Beach Illustrated

Shiny Sheet

Shiny Sheet

Evening on Antique Row featuring Camilla Webster

Palm Beach Daily News

Palm Beach Daily News

Spotlight

Spotlight

Who. What. Where. In the Hamptons

New York Post

New York Post

Caravan to Connecticut

Notables Palm Beach

Notables Palm Beach

27th Annual "Evening at Antique Row" supports Historical Society of Palm Beach County's education programs

Art Bodega - Giclee Print in Art Bodega Magazine

Art Bodega - Giclee Print in Art Bodega Magazine

Creative Trailblazer

Creative Trailblazer

Camilla Webster uses art to give back to Palm Beach.

Ala Von Auersperg: Behind The Canvas

Ala Von Auersperg: Behind The Canvas

Coronavirus brings out the Entrepreneur in Palm Beach Painter

Coronavirus brings out the Entrepreneur in Palm Beach Painter

Camilla Webster painted “Dance of the Palms” on a piece of raw canvas nailed to a wall at her father's home in Ocean Reef on Key Largo, where she's been staying since March 15.

Kips Bay Decorator

Kips Bay Decorator

Camilla Webster finds her piece in Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Camilla's Canvas

Camilla's Canvas

Palm Beach resident, fine artist, author and speaker Camilla Webster weighs in on her colorful canvases.

The List

The List

Camilla Webster's debut on Modern Luxury's list.

Fine Artist Camilla Webster: On Sharing The Light

Fine Artist Camilla Webster: On Sharing The Light

Camilla Webster, an internationally known Florida artist, is making a meaningful impact on the contemporary art scene. Her work is described as narrative abstraction, and defines Palm Beach in the same way that artists Donald Judd did with Marfa, Texas or David Hockney did with Los Angeles.