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Art Exhibit

Richard Butler on Art, Music and Melancholy

Richard Butler presents a “melancholy” group of intimate portraits that haunt and linger.

‘Unifying’ Art Replaces Mural that Featured Confederate Flag

The new artwork represents the latest effort by lawmakers to strip away the divisive symbol.

‘CONstitutionX: Art that Illustrates Human Rights and Social Justice’

An exhibit in West Palm Beach that illustrates human rights and social justice for immigrants.

Ripped From The Headlines: Breaking Art News in FAT Village

The art show features 19 South Florida artists working from deeply personal points of view.

The Dreaming Mermaids of Lynda Zaleski

With their bodies based on Rodin sculptures and a kaleidoscope of marine life as companions, Lynda Zaleski’s ‘Ocean Opera’ series is an undersea dream.

Tampa Bay History Museum Opens New Gallery About Pirates

Tampa Bay History Museum opens new gallery about pirates, Treasure Seekers: Conquistadors, Pirates & Shipwrecks.”

Paul Stanley of KISS Has Solo Art Exhibits in South Florida’s Wentworth Galleries

After decades of mainstream success, Paul Stanley returned to fine art about a decade ago and has a solo show at Wentworth Galleries in Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale and Boca Town Center, Boca Raton.

Studio E Gallery Celebrates 20 Years in Palm Beach County

Studio E Gallery is celebrating its 20 years as a very special milestone, and for that, they are hosting the “20/20: 20 Years, 20 Artists” exhibit.
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NASA astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken

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