In the early 1960s, George Segal began producing the sculptures on which he built his reputation: life-sized plaster casts of the human figure, sometimes alone, often in pairs or groups, usually in public places that he re-created using found objects. There are 13 such sculptures in "George Segal: Street Scenes," now at the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, along with a pair of still lifes and a fragment of a human figure. It's a small show that packs a... More >>>