Events for March 28, 2018
Israeli-born Boaz Vaadia is best known for the figurative sculptures he made by carving and stacking stones that he found in the area surrounding his New York studio. Vaadia’s public works can be found at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, San Francisco MoMA, the Bass Museum of Art, and the Tel Aviv Museum.
February 10 – May 13, 2018 Laura Woodward (1834-1926) was Florida’s most important female artist of the 19th century, one of its greatest publicists, and integral to the development of Palm Beach County. Born in up-state New York, and very accomplished as one of the Hudson River School painters, by the late 1880s Woodward had […]
Charlie and the Tycoon: Henry Flagler and the Dawn of Modern South Florida in the Age of Laura Woodward
Author and historian Harvey E. Oyer III, whose great-great grandparents were one of the original pioneer settlers of what is today Palm Beach County, will discuss his latest book, Charlie and the Tycoon. “Charlie” is Charlie Pierce, the real-life character who is the protagonist of Oyer’s best-selling, award-winning children’s book series, The Adventures of Charlie Pierce. The […]