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  • 10 years ago

    If there's one thing that most Floridians could probably live the rest of their lives without seeing one more of (besides hurricanes), it would be flamingos. While they are certainly interesting creatures that somehow symbolize old Florida, flamin...

  • 10 years ago

    Embler Art Gallery is one of many among the chic shops and hip restaurants of Las Olas Boulevard, but the quality of its works and flawless display make it stand out. A small yet clean space, lacking the clutter of its neighbors, Embler showcases ...

  • 10 years ago

    Library patrons have a sculptural surprise awaiting them in the lobby of the Broward County Library: the colorful, mixed-media animals and figures of Felix D. Gonzalez. Past the gift shop sits the Angler Fish, Gonzalez's most abstracted and unusua...

  • 10 years ago

    As an artist famous for his controversial works involving preserved dead animals, Damien Hirst would seem the last one to be chosen to produce works for a meditation pavilion at the private home of an esteemed Palm Beach collector. But "The Bilott...

  • 10 years ago

    The dark, tattoo- and graffiti-influenced work of art student Patrick Maxcy covers a wall of the hallway leading to Florida Atlantic University's Schmidt Gallery, now presenting "Picturing Florida." It's an interestingly intimate segue from the ex...

  • 10 years ago

    "Controlled chaos" is the apt term Rosenbaum Gallery curator Elena Brodskaya uses to describe Joan Miro's works on paper and sculpture. Surrealist and Dada influence is evident in the abstracted, ambiguous forms and rainbow hues found in most of M...

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