Exhibitions

Stan Slutsky (Mar. 11 – May 20, 2017)

Born in 1941, Slutsky attended Youngstown University in Youngstown, Ohio, and semi studied drafting, design and architecture in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA;   Although his technique is an outgrowth of those studies, he admits to being mostly “self-taught, uncomfortable in stuffy studio classes, too energized for workshops, and wishing to...
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Florida Artists Group (Feb. 4 – Feb. 28, 2017)

The Florida Artists Group is made up of artists whose work has attained national or state-wide recognition, the purpose of the group is to stimulate attainment of the Highest standards of creative art within the state of Florida. The Exhibition continues through February 28, 2017....
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Superintendent’s AP Studio Art Show (Jan. 6 – Jan. 30 2017)

Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) is proud to present the 2016/17 Superintendent’s Advanced Placement Studio Art Exhibition. A panel of jurors comprised of a College Board consultant, a Florida International University professor and executive director of the Coral Springs Museum of Art, evaluated over 100 pieces from 20 high schools.  Artist reception...
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Student Art Show (Oct 16, 2016 to Oct 21, 2016)

  Student Art Show October 16- 21, 2016 Lobby, 2nd Floor Enjoy the fabulous art work and photography that has been created in our classes! Artist Reception Tuesday, October 18, 2016 6:00pm – 8:00pm Meet our education director, teachers, and students as we celebrate the opening of this exhibit. Light refreshments will...
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Joseph Conrad-Ferm (June 12, 2016 – Aug 27, 2016)

Born in 1975, and raised in New Canaan, Connecticut, Ferm did not discover his need to paint until the winter of 2001. “In late December of 2001, in the boiler room of my mother’s basement, with no reference point, I felt compelled to paint. Having no formal art training, apart from elementary and...
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William DeBilzan (June 12, 2016 – Aug 27, 2016)

Biography Born in Texas in 1956 and raised in a small town in Michigan, William DeBilzan was never exposed to fine art while growing up. As an adolescent, William developed a love for fashion but not until he moved to California would his life-long artistic exploration finally manifest. Southern California...
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Ivan Roque (June 12, 2016 – Aug 27, 2016)

  Born December of 1991, Ivan J. Roque is a visual artist from Miami, Florida. Raised in the inner city of the infamous Carol City, Ivan has a passion centered on the concepts of birth, death, renewal and social struggles. He was influenced by both old masters like Marcel DuChamp, Caravaggio and Mark Rothko. Today’s...
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Ira Reines & Erte Retrospective (Sept 11, 2016 to Nov 20, 2016)

Philosophy, cosmology and the sublime beauty of the works of Michelangelo,  Rodin and Bernini are the inspiration from which Ira Reines draws to create his profound sculptural thesis on the relationships of order and chaos to man and divinity. In 1980, the iconic father of Art Deco and master artist Romain...
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John Patrick Kelly (Sept 11, 2016 to Nov 20, 2016)

John Patrick Kelly The unshakable belief that all of us are here for a purpose, are equal parts of the universe, and have to use our time here to fulfill destiny is the driving force behind the creation of John Patrick Kelly’s paintings. Patrick’s surrealistic oils combine fantasy, eroticism, humor,...
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Jo Ann Nava (Sept 11, 2016 – Nov 20, 2016)

Jo Ann Nava A Retrospective “My art is an appreciation of the simple daily experience and the rituals we create to celebrate and validate our existence.” 
 It would be difficult to find a more culturally rich environment to grow an artist than the south Bronx in the 1950s. These...
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J. Steven Manolis (Dec 3, 2016 – Feb 28, 2017)

“My paintings are a reflection of who I am at this moment in time. Therefore, they are constantly changing as I grow as a person and as an artist. I am always perfecting my work and pursuing new ways to express myself and the world around me by painting seven...
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Isabel Perez – 50 (Dec 3, 2016 – Jan 28, 2017)

“Creating the exhibition “Fifty” is my way of expressing my gratitude for the opportunity the United States has given me and my family to live in a strong country rich in history.” Isabel Perez was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1973. She received her BA in Fine Art from the...
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Angie Jordan (March 12 – May 28, 2016)

(The Cube) Angie Jordan is an author and a live digital caricature artist whose work has been seen at tradeshows and events across the country. Not only is Angie Jordan a pioneer and teacher in the digital caricature industry, she is also a member of the National Cartoonists Society and International Society...
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Jim Jinkins: The World According to Jim (March 12 – May 28, 2016)

(Kuhn Gallery) It all started with a number two pencil. And a bad day. And a doodle. Because the doodle Jim Jinkins drew to cheer himself up on that  bad day turned into Doug Funnie, a character who has touched the hearts and lifted the spirits of millions of children around...
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Inspire 2016 (Feb. 6, 2016 – Feb. 26, 2016)

(East Gallery) The Coral Springs Museum of Art is proud to present the 2nd annual juried exhibition Inspire 2016. Artists were invited to submit pieces brought about by personal inspiration for an exhibition that demonstrates individuality and creativity. Over 80 pieces by local and regional artists were selected for Inspire...
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Jota Leal: About Face (March 12 – May 28, 2016)

(East Gallery) Born in a humble little town in eastern Venezuela in the mid-eighties Jota Leal began drawing and painting at a very young age and never studied fine art. He attempted to sit in class as a child of six but ran away after being forced to paint plastic...
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Invoking the Muse (Dec. 1-28, 2015)

( Theater Lobby Gallery) The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN ARTISTS, INC. FLORIDA CHAPTER (N.A.W.A.) is presenting a multi-media exhibition titled Invoking The Muse, which will be hosted by the Coral Springs Museum of Art located at 2855 Coral Springs Drive, Coral Springs, Florida. The public is invited to a reception...
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(Theater Lobby Gallery) The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN ARTISTS, INC. FLORIDA CHAPTER (N.A.W.A.) is presenting a multi-media exhibition titled Invoking The Muse, which will be hosted by the Coral Springs Museum of Art located at 2855 Coral Springs Drive, Coral Springs, Florida. The public is invited to a reception on...
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Yuroz: Symbiosis (March 12 – May 28, 2016)

(Main Gallery) Yuroz is a celebrated Los Angeles based artist whose work spans across mediums and genres. Lovers, musicians, poets, athletes, homeless and refugees fill his canvases, drawing forth the spectrum of emotions and moods that reside in the human soul. His messages break down age, gender, cultural, religious and...
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Sandra Muss (Dec. 5, 2015 – Feb. 27, 2016)

(Main Gallery) An Assemblage of Spirits features thirty-five of Sandra Muss’ assemblage compositions which celebrate the great traditions of post-Abstract Expressionism and traditional collage, particularly with a nod to the early Pop artists of the 1960s, who were exploring a transition from symbols, recognizable imagery, narrative abstraction and images of...
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Tom De Vita (Dec. 5 – Dec. 24, 2015)

(East Gallery) Tom De Vita’s work is about finding a harmony in dissonance. He wants to force multiple “reads” of images and figures, while exploring the deconstruction of their meanings. It is his pursuit to create paintings that appear disjointed and out of context, by juxtaposing overlays of animals and...
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Daniel Itzler ( Dec. 5, 2015 – Feb. 27, 2016)

(The Kuhn Family Gallery) At 80 years old, Daniel Itzler walked into a gallery in Italy and witnessed a Joan Miro up close for the first time. It was his “aha” moment. Despite never picking up a paint brush, he was so inspired by the beautiful art, that upon his...
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Superintendent’s AP Art Studio Exhibition (Jan. 2 – Feb. 1, 2016)

Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) is proud to present the 2016 Superintendent’s Advanced Placement Studio Art Exhibition. A panel of jurors comprised of a College Board consultant, a Florida International University professor and executive director from the Coral Springs Museum of Art, evaluated over 100 pieces from 20 high schools. 77...
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Gold Coast Watercolor Society ( Oct 29 – Nov 30, 2015)

(Lobby Gallery) The Gold Coast Watercolor Society exhibition “41st Annual Members Love Watercolor Show 2015” is on view October 27 through November 30, 2015 with a “Meet the Artists Reception” on Tuesday, November 4 from 3:00pm – 5:00pm. Free wine and refreshments for patrons while you mix and mingle with...
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Coral Springs Art Guild (Sept. 29 – Oct. 26, 2015)

(Lobby Gallery) The Coral Springs Artist Guild exhibition is on view September 29 through October 25, 2015 with a “Meet the Artists Reception” on Tuesday, October 6 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm. Free wine and refreshments for patrons while you mix and mingle with the artists and learn more about their...
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Renzo ( Sept. 12 – Nov. 21, 2015)

(Main Gallery) As the father of “Lucid Realism”, an artistic style that draws heavily on Renzo’s experiences with the indigenous cultures of Australia, Costa Rica, and Mexico as it expresses the commonality of the human experience through symbolic, abstract, and figurative expressionism, he encourages the viewer to perceive the cohesion...
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Melinda Trucks (Sept. 12 – Nov. 21, 2015)

(East Gallery) Melinda Trucks learns through seeing. Her painting is an attempt to sort through and make sense of her perceptions in her primary language: color and contrast. Therefore, Melinda’s artwork is an intensely personal effort to understand the world. It presents itself to her in an array of light...
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John Bowen (Sept. 12 – Nov. 21, 2015)

(Kuhn Family Gallery) Realistic expressionism is how John Bowen describes his work. Capturing a mood, striving to tell a story, intrigued by history, landscapes and themes, these are the inspirations that create his art. Emphasizing the play on light and shadow as seen in nature. Describing textures of time written...
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Recent Acquisitions (Sept. 12 – Nov. 21, 2015)

(East Gallery) The Coral Springs Museum of Art is pleased to announce a group exhibition titled “New Acquisitions from the Permanent Collection,” which will coincide with the public opening reception for the scheduled exhibitions on September 17. The show will feature artists who create and show contemporary art in South Florida...
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Women In Visual Arts ” Artistic Adventure II” (Aug 25-Sept 28, 2015)

(Lobby Gallery) The Women in the Visual Arts exhibition “Artistic Adventure II” is on view August 25 through September 28 with a “Meet the Artists Reception” on Tuesday, September 11 from 5:30pm – 7:00pm. Free wine and refreshments for patrons while you mix and mingle with over 20 artists and...
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Inspired By (Feb. 7-Feb. 21, 2015)

You inspire us. What inspires you? The Coral Springs Museum of Art presents an exhibition demonstrating the artist’s individuality and creativity brought about by personal inspiration. This open theme, open media exhibition asks artists to complete the sentence: “My work is inspired by_____________.”  ...
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Lew Lautin – The Magic Behind The Image (Dec. 6, 2014 – Feb. 21, 2015)

(Kuhn Family Gallery) Lew Lautin is an award winning artist, photographer and videographer whose work cannot be restricted to a single theme or style. Following a successful career in real estate building and development, he dedicated a decade to sensitive environmental issues. Before embarking on his career as a photographer and...
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Digital Arts Salon: Sophie Kahn (June 14)

Please join us for the next Digital Salon on Saturday, June 14 as we invite Sophie Kahn to the Digital Cube. The Salon is FREE and begins at 1pm. Sophie’s work owes its fragmented aesthetic to the interaction of new and old media, or the digital and the analog. She...
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Pablo D. Cano – Marionettes to Cake Boxes (May 31 – Aug. 23, 2014)

(Main Gallery) Pablo D. Cano’s “Marionettes to Cake Boxes” (mixed media sculpture and drawing) will be on exhibition throughout the summer. Born in Havana, Cuba in 1961, Pablo Cano was on the last flight out of the country before the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962. He has since been a resident of...
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Stewart Nachmias – Pulp Icons: Cast Paper & Prints (May 31 – Aug. 23, 2014)

(East Gallery) These cast paper woodcuts reflect aspects of the artist’s life, transformed into bold, graphic images. The prints show him performing puppet shows, playing music and working as a printmaker. There are mandalas that use a circular format, with each devoted to a single subject including clowns and puppeteering....
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Beverly Myers – Fearless with Color (May 31 – Aug. 23, 2014)

(Kuhn Gallery) Beverly Myers is foremost a colorist. She loves color and the relationship of one color to another. “I am a very loose painter. People say they love my ‘style.’ I call it ‘Tremor Style,’ as I can’t paint tight and exacting because of essential tremor in my hands. I like to...
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Spring Exhibitions: Haupt, Carlisle, Tarshis & Draves (on view now)

Join us for our Spring Exhibition by four extraordinary artists. (MAIN GALLERY) “Drawing Lines – Making Space” – This exhibit presents a new body of work by Henning Haupt, paintings and installations from 2013 and 2014.The paintings explore visual, spatial compositions by using different modes of line structures in combination...
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Scott Draves – “Electric Sheep” (March 27 – June 13, 2014)

(THE CUBE) Scott Draves is a software artist and inventor who created the original Flame algorithm in 1991, the Bomb visual-musical instrument in 1995 and the Electric Sheep in 1999. Draves’ software artworks are released as open source and have been used for two decades by many other artists and...
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Sophie Kahn (June 14 – July 11, 2014)

(The Cube) Sophie’s work owes its fragmented aesthetic to the interaction of new and old media, or the digital and the analog. She combines cutting-edge technology, like 3D laser scan…ning and 3D printing, with ancient bronze casting techniques. She creates sculptures and videos that resemble de-constructed monuments or memorials. They...
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Clyde Butcher – Preserving Eden (Sept. 6 – Nov. 22, 2014)

(Main Gallery) For more than 50 years, Clyde Butcher has been preserving on black and white film the quiet beauty of Florida’s most undisturbed landscapes, including the Everglades. Internationally acclaimed for his photographs and passion for preservation, Butcher will showcase 36 new works in his exhibition “Preserving Eden” Sept. 6–Nov....
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Kurt Knobelsdorf – The Way I See It (Sept. 6 – Nov. 22, 2014)

(East Gallery) Kurt Knobelsdorf’s small paintings of South Philadelphia row houses, colorful Gulf Coast Florida residents or old women standing outside their doorway, take us with perfect pictorial pitch into worlds that we normally drive by. His bringing together of daily life and painterly panache is a singular mix of 19th,...
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Wilma Siegel – Conversations with Veterans (Sept. 6 – Nov. 22, 2014)

(Kuhn Gallery) As part of the “Art of War” veterans program, artist Wilma Siegel, MD is exhibiting portraits and “conversations” with veterans in the Kuhn Family Gallery. Dr. Siegel was born in Philadelphia. As a seven-year-old, she vowed that she would either become a physician or an artist when she grew...
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Nathan Selikoff – Beautiful Chaos (July 12 – Sept. 12, 2014)

(The Cube) Nathan Selikoff’s award-winning artwork has been exhibited and performed in galleries and venues throughout the United States and around the world, including Art Basel in Switzerland; Bridges Math Art Conferences in Portugal, Hungary, Canada and the Netherlands; the Maitland Art Center in Florida; AXIOM Gallery in Boston; the Los...
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Karolina Sobeca (Sept. 13 – Oct. 17, 2014)

(The Cube) Karolina Sobecka works with animation, design, interactivity, computer games and other media and formats. Her work often engages public space and explores the way we interact with the world we create. Karolina received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and her MFA from Calarts...
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Sergey Fedotov – A Survey of Works (Dec. 6, 2014 – Feb. 21, 2015)

  (Main Gallery) Sergey Fedotov’s love of painting is obvious, revealed by the complete emersion into a magical world that seems to propel his subjects into a post-surrealist trance with bits and pieces of recognizable forms that go in and out of our consciousness. Sergey obviously is enjoying his journey...
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Kirsten Swanson Bowen – Because I Said So (Dec. 6 – Dec. 27, 2014)

(East Gallery) “Because I Said So” is Kirsten Swanson Bowen’s debut museum exhibition. She is a graduate of the Columbus College of Art and Design. From 1989 to 1992, she lived in New York City and worked as a carpet and textile designer for clients including Elizabeth Eakins and the...
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Lagemann & Verbicky (Mar. 5 – May 23, 2015)

(Main Gallery) Rainer Lagemann is a notable sculptor, born in Düsseldorf, Germany in 1959. He received his formal education at the FH Lippe University in Detmold, Germany, specializing in Design and Architecture. After moving to San Francisco Bay area in 1988 Rainer owned a successful retail gallery dedicated to importing...
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The Art of Pop & Comics (Mar. 5 – May 23, 2015)

(East Gallery) Enter the world of Comic and Pop Art as seen through the eyes of five artists with different artistic styles. Guest Curator Lenore Stern Morris has brought together these artists – Jose Delbo, Charles Fazzino, Marvin Gralnick, Nelson De La Nuez-the King of Pop Art, and Al Razza in...
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Romero Britto (June 6 – Aug. 29, 2015)

(Main Gallery) For more than 20 years, Brazilian-born Miami-made artist Romero Britto has fostered a message of happiness and hope with his energetic signature pop style. His artwork is colorful, playful and, as described by The New York Times, “exudes warmth, optimism and love.” Britto’s artwork is recognized internationally and epitomizes...
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Women in the Visual Arts (Aug. 26 – Sept. 29, 2014)

(Lobby Gallery) Women in the Visual Arts exhibition runs through September 29 with a “Meet the Artists Reception” on Tuesday, September 16 from 6 – 7:30 pm. Free wine and refreshments for patrons while you mix and mingle with over 20 artists and learn more about their work. For more...
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Coral Springs Artist Guild (Sept. 30 – October 27, 2014)

(Lobby Gallery) Coral Springs Artist Guild Open Juried Exhibition runs through October 27 with a “Meet the Artists Reception” on Tuesday, October 8 from 6 – 8pm. This exhibition is dedicated to the memory of Eleanor Richter, a past president of the guild. Free wine and refreshments for patrons while you...
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Gold Coast Watercolor Society (Oct. 28 – Dec. 1, 2014)

(Lobby Gallery) The Gold Coast Watercolor Society 40th Annual Members Love Watercolor Exhibition runs through October November 29 with a “Meet the Artists Reception” on Thursday, November 6 from 3 – 5pm. Free wine and refreshments for patrons while you mix and mingle with the artists and learn more about their...
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Weston Art Guild (Dec. 2, 2014 – Jan. 5, 2015)

(Lobby Gallery) The Weston Art Guild Exhibition “Timeless” runs through January 5 with a “Meet the Artists Reception” on Thursday, December 18 from 6 – 8pm. Mix and mingle with the artists, learn more about their work and enjoy some refreshments. For more information about the Weston Art Guild visit westonartguild.blogspot.com....
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Boca Raton Artists’ Guild (Feb. 3 – Mar. 2, 2015)

(Lobby Gallery) Boca Raton Artists’ Guild exhibition runs through March 2 with a “Meet the Artists Reception” on Thursday, February 5 from 6 – 7:30 pm. Free wine and refreshments for patrons while you mix and mingle with the artists and learn more about their work. For more information about the...
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Coral Springs Artist Guild (Mar. 31 – Apr. 27, 2015)

(Lobby Gallery) The Coral Springs Artist Guild’s exhibition will be on view March 31 through April 27. “Meet the Artists Reception” information and date will be available soon. For more information about the Coral Springs Artist Guild, please visit www.coralspringsartistguild.org....
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Glackens as Illustrator (Sept. 7 – Nov. 9, 2013)

(MAIN GALLERY) Everett Shinn emphatically stated in 1947, “In my opinion Glackens is the greatest draughtsman this country has produced.” William Glackens (1870-1938) began drawing while still in high school and by age 21 had become an artist-reporter, working at a succession of local newspapers – Philadelphia Record, Philadelphia Press,...
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Sandee Berman: Americana Collection (Sept. 7 – Nov. 9, 2013)

(KUHN GALLERY) “I have always been inspired by the tropical beauty of the Everglades. My color pencil drawings express my deep love for the architecture of the turn of the century homes, that remain today as landmarks to our truly American Heritage, as well as a visible tie to our...
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Snowflake Effect (Nov. 23 – March 15, 2014)

(KUHN GALLERY) “Snowflake Effect” is an exhibition about the winter season, but also the effect that art plays in response to life-changing events in our world as we know it. Art allows us to remember, reflect and process our feelings and emotions creatively. Many events of our time have been...
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Sylvia Tarshis – “Florals” (March 27 – May 17, 2014)

(KUHN GALLERY) “Florals” by Sylvia Tarshis will be exhibited in the Kuhn Family Gallery March 27 through May 17, 2014. This exhibition of Tarshis’ floral compositions highlights a selection of her large body of work. While landscapes and still lifes are part of Tarshis’ repertoire, her favorite subjects to paint...
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