Coral Springs Florida Art

The Coral Springs Museum of Art has unveiled its latest exhibition, "Picasso in Three Dimensions," a collection of Picasso sculptures by Bruce Helander that the museum is presenting in collaboration with the National Park Service and the Florida Department of Natural Resources. A Picasso sculpture, once shown in life, is presented at the Museum of Modern Art. Picasso's "three dimensions" are presented in two parts, one on the first floor and one on the second floor of the gallery.

The sculpture is interactive, the viewer becomes part of the art by standing in the middle of a wing and becoming the body of a butterfly. This interactive sculpture "Picasso in three dimensions" by Bruce Helander is a sculpture that encourages the viewer to come in and have the chance to become a "part" of the artwork itself. The sculpture "Symbiosis" by the National Park Service and the Florida Department of Natural Resources is part of the Symbiosis Collection and shows a tree that, as the title suggests, appears to dance and is designed with a harmonious palette of rich colors and textures. A floating sculpture indicates bubbles rising from the water; it is depicted as a butterfly with open wings and bodies on the ground.

To contact the Coral Springs Museum of Art, please contact them at (954) 340-5000 or email [email protected]. You can also learn more about the museum's programs, exhibitions and special events by visiting coralspringsmuseum.org (email to [protected] email) or by calling (888) 954-340-5000 or contacting them via email.

For more information and to pre-book a summer studio at the Coral Springs Museum of Art, visit http: / / bit.ly / summerstudio17. For more information about the museum's programs, exhibitions and special events, please call (954) 340-5000 or email museuminfo @ coralsprings.com or call (888) 954-340-5000.

The event will take place on Saturday, July 14, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Coral Springs Museum of Art. M. at 705 E. Drive South, Coral Spring, FL 33155.

Miami-based contemporary abstract painter Manolis specializes in the use of light, color and color in his paintings. The exhibition is on view at the Coral Springs Museum of Art until July 14, 2017, curated by renowned art critic Bruce Helander. East Gallery will show the works of painter and sculptor Robert Manoli and other artists, the main gallery will be occupied by coal artist Virginia Fifield and the Kuhn Gallery by cartoonist and cartoonist Alisa Grodsky.

For those who want to get to know the artists themselves, the Coral Springs Museum of Art will host a complimentary cocktail reception for those who would like to meet their artists on Friday, July 14, 2017, from 5 to 7 p.m. For those of you who want to get to know their artists at the Coral Springs Museum of Art and the art community as a whole, there will be a free, open to the public event on Saturday, June 24 at 5: 00 p.m. It takes place in the lobby of the East Gallery of the Museum on the second floor next to the main entrance of the gallery.

The Coral Springs Museum of Art on Saturday, June 24 at 5: 00 p.m. in the East Gallery of the museum on the second floor next to the main entrance.

The public is invited to view the works of the Coral Springs Museum of Art and view the guided tour of Sacred Art that will take place on Saturday, June 24 at 5 p.m. in the East Gallery on the second floor next to the main entrance. Click on the following links to learn more about our website and more information about the Sacred Art Tour and other events.

The City of Coral Springs recognizes the importance of creating public art for our community's citizens and visitors. Our goal is to work with companies and organizations that are deeply committed to following the rules to improve the communities they serve, and, boy, have we hit the jackpot with the Coral Spring Museum of Art. Please check the artworks the city has purchased online and learn more about the city at www.coralspring.org / publicart. Remember, the call to participate in the exhibition of works by local artists of all ages and backgrounds, not just young professionals, places the emphasis on representing something that represents the young, family-oriented community of our city.

The annual masterpiece event would not be possible without the support of the Coral Springs Center for the Arts and its staff and volunteers. The Coral Spring Center of Arts is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization with more than 1,000 members and more than 2,500 employees.

The Coral Springs Museum of Art, which opened in 1997, focuses on highlighting Florida artists who have created traditional, modern, postmodern, and digital art. With an art experience focused on celebrating the work of nationally recognized artists created by students, faculty and staff at Florida State University, it serves as a focal point for art in the city of Coral Spring, Florida, and the state of Florida.

More About Coral Springs

More About Coral Springs