By Steve Plunkett
Despite the dissolution of the city’s Art in Public Places advisory board, the hunger for artistic
By Mary Thurwachter
Lantana council members considered four proposals for artwork to mark the town’s 100th birthday next spring before settling o
As part of Lantana’s centennial celebration next year, the town is reaching out to Florida artists to create a nautical-themed sculpture for Bicentennial Park at 321 East Ocean Avenue.
Nadine Shawah, the town’s parks and recreation coordinator, says
Artist Patrick Dougherty puts the finishing touches on his massive stickwork structure at Mounts Botanical Garden. The exhibit, which has five rooms, was built from 30,000 pounds of willow saplings and the help of more than 100 volunteers. Tim Stepie
Briny Breezes residents Bill Birch and Susan Jaworski Gross, along with recently hired Park Manager Donna Coates, admire a new bronze statue of a leaping sailfish by artist John W. Townsend. The sailfish will be the centerpiece of a water fountain
By Brian Biggane
Degrees in sculpture and economics don’t typically point one to a career in real estate, but that’s
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