• Oct 26, 2012 from 5:00 to 15:00
  • Location: "Harvey E. Oyer Park"
  • Latest Activity: Sep 23, 2020

The “Jellyfish Drift Project” is sculpted brushed metal jellyfish,
mounted to an artistic bamboo framed raft by Paul "PAULO" Slater; a
local South Florida Artist with a desire to excite beach cleanup

Special Thanks to: The City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places,
Surfrider Foundation Palm Beach County, Recreation and Parks
Department, Economic Development Department, Go Green Boynton, Jupiter
Pointe Paddling, Crowd Control Surf Co. with support from additional
local businesses and private/public donations.

This project celebrates Boynton Beach's brand promise
“Breeze in to Boynton...Americas Gateway to the Gulfstream” and Palm
Beach County Surfrider Foundation campaign to “RAP-Rise Above
Plastics” (disposable plastic bags are clogging up rivers and choking
out sealife...please try to reduce and reuse.)

Launch Date and Location
Harvey E. Oyer Park (boat ramp)
Thursday October 26 at 9am
210 N. Federal Highway
Boynton Beach, FL

for more information visit Paulo's Facebook art page:
Paulo Metal Art-brushed metal illustrations
Debby Coles-Dobay

"I' m proud of Boynton Beach and PB County Surfrider Foundation for
their commitments a cleaner "greener"environment. Special thanks to
Debby Coles-Dobay for her encouragement and guidance supporting local
artists." -Paul "Paulo" Slater

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