The light dossier of a major artist gets a too-careful viewing
The best of King and Marin's ceramics are the ones that stray into purposelessness
A neo-hippie art collective slams into the 21st Century
Spanish painter Royo gives heft and grace to weightless bodies
In castoffs, Pablo Cano strikes gold
A pair of shows at the Coral Springs Museum takes you from the ethereal to the visceral
The endlessly entertaining self-promoter drops in to Coral Springs.
The weird world of Dali comes to CSMART
Animal sculptures? Haiku landscapes? Book assemblages? They've got it all.
Clive Butcher's photos of Cuba's forests and mountains have an otherworldly strangeness about them
A modern cubist, a furniture embellisher, and two chicks named Grace -- lassoed together
Carol Prusa's soft, billowy, color-leached forms hark back to her career as a medical illustrator
There they were at the Boca Museum, just as I had pictured them
Two artists find inspiration in coconuts and bubbles
Three very different artists make for one intriguing experience at the Coral Springs Museum of Art
Three veteran South Florida artists bring their disparate visions to the Coral Springs Museum of Art
The Minds Eye gallery offers an exhilarating blend of familiar names and pleasant surprises
The artists of 2 + 3 honor their forebears in an arresting "Under the Influence"
Art lesson: Owning a museum requires paying attention to details
"Bruce Helander: Survey of Collage Works" and "Alexandra Nechita: Sentiments of Art"
"Elements: Steel, Wood, and Paper"
April 29 - May 5, 1999
December 10 - 16,1998