Marya Summers

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  • 7 years ago

    The Beijing Summer Olympics are history, which makes "Let the Games Begin: The Art of Competition and Just Plain Fun" an ideal way to reflect on how the issues and controversies this year fit into the bigger historical and global arena. Organized ...

  • 7 years ago

    "So This Is Florida" sums up life on the peninsula in many different ways. To start with, the exhibition of decorative book bindings and book jackets is state-themed. More significantly, it reminds us that in this part of the subtropics, even when...

  • 7 years ago

    Tapestry is too delicate a word for the chunky, textured weavings of Madie Lazenby. Created on a Navajo loom, hers are often bold – sometimes shaggy – wool creations that work with the varying textures of the medium, which are as much ...

  • 7 years ago

    "Paintings Beneath the Sea by Jason Mathias" lets museumgoers catch a school of fish by the South Florida artist who has been featured at the International Game Fish Association museum hall of fame. Presenting his aquatic subjects realistically, t...

  • 7 years ago

    A flash course in the history of photography, from a practical documentary medium to a contemporary conceptual one, is available in the photographic gallery at the Boca Museum. An evolution in technology is reflected in selections of antique dague...

  • 7 years ago

    What goes around took a while to come around in Japanese culture. For a long time after the invention of the wheel, much of the travel in Japan was still done on foot. Once they got rolling, though, the Japanese became real speed racers, destined ...

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