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March 2016
Sunday20Mar12:00 pm

Gallery Talk about Diana Guest (1909-1994) presented by her daughter, Lorraine Odasso

Diana Guest (1909-1994) Sculptor Diana Guest was born and raised in England, and lived in the US and Kenya as well. Her work, executed in granite, marble, alabaster and bronze (cast from the original stone), focuses on powerful but graceful renderings of animals and plants that seem to be metamorphosing from the materials themselves. She exhibited extensively in galleries and at salons in France from the 1960s through the 1980s. She has held one-man exhibitions at the Gallerie Herve, La…

Sunday13Mar12:00 pm

“Artist Talk” with Hubert Phipps

Hubert Phipps Hubert Phipps, an American and British citizen, was born in Virginia in 1957. He attended the Art Students League in New York, the Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts, and the San Francisco Art Institute. In the 1980’s he was a professional automobile race driver. In 2005 he built an art studio in Northern Virginia. “Creating art is my opportunity to experience the realm of the abstract mind in a very intimate way.  From a practical standpoint the challenge is…

Wednesday09Mar
10:00 amMay 15, 20164:00 pm

Art in the Family Tree

Wednesday, March 9 – Sunday, May 15 during regular business hours “ART IN THE FAMILY TREE” Members: Free; Non-member adults – $10, seniors (age 65 and older) – $8, children ages 5 and older – $5, children under 5 are free The “Art in the Family Tree” exhibition features diverse pieces from the lineage of artists in the Phipps and Guest families –including works from Susie Phipps Cochran, Rafe Cochran, Hubert Phipps, Michael Phipps and Diana Guest. Showcasing that talent,…

Sunday06Mar12:00 pm

Artist Talk with Sculptor Robert St. Croix

Robert St. Croix moved from the west coast to West Palm Beach, Florida in 1990. There he opened his own studio and built an art bronze foundry. He established a reputation for building life size figurative bronzes. He also opened his foundry to other artists for casting and restoration of art bronzes. In 1998, he began a series of life size limited edition bronzes, “Homage to the Masters”, which three dimensionalizes and adds to selected paintings of contemporary masters. He…

February 2016
Sunday28Feb12:00 pm

Artist Talk with Painter and Sculptor Edwina Sandys

During the last 30 years Edwina Sandys has created art of international acclaim that includes sculpture, paintings, collage and works on paper. Her work has reached a wide audience far beyond the realm of the private collector. Early in her career, for the 1979 United Nations’ Year of the Child, she created three monumental sculptures, which are now installed at UN centers in New York, Geneva and Vienna. Today her works are mainly large-scale metal sculptures which include her iconic…

Sunday21Feb12:00 pm

Artist Talk with Sculptor Babette Bloch

Bloch is a pioneer in the use of laser-cut and water jet-cut stainless steel in creating figurative works of art. Her sculptures explore form and the interplay between object and light, reflect their environments, and expand the ways in which stainless steel is used in contemporary art. Bloch’s works are in the permanent collections of Brookgreen Gardens; Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL, Hudson Heritage Farm, Ganges, MI; International Hillel, Washington, DC; Maryland Institute of Art, Baltimore, MD; and numerous…

January 2016
Tuesday19Jan
10:00 am12:30 pm

Painter Mary Page Evans “En Plein Air” Workshop in the Gardens

Working directly from nature (en plein air,) in broad expressionist brushstrokes, noted American artist, Mary Page Evans relates her work to music; each element working in harmony to create masterful works of art. The consistent note throughout her work is joyfulness and sensual pleasure. Since the early 1970’s, her work has been the focus of numerous solo and group exhibitions in galleries, art museums and universities, private and corporate collections, United States Embassies around the world and currently in the…

Wednesday13Jan
11:30 amApril 02, 20163:00 pm

Join Emko PB who will be offering an artistic al fresco lunch in the Gardens Wednesday – Saturday Beginning Jan 13

Join Emko PB who will be offering an artistic al fresco lunch *Wednesday – Saturday 11:30 am to 3:00 pm Beginning Jan 13 . * Weather Permitting ** Non-member admissions to the Gardens apply

Wednesday06Jan
11:00 amMarch 06, 201612:00 pm

Flowers “Gallery Talks” every Wed at 11 & Sun at noon through Exhibition

“Gallery Talks” will be held on Wednesdays at 11 a.m. and Sundays at noon and will include a tour and background information on the artists and their works on display.

Wednesday06Jan
10:00 amMarch 06, 20164:00 pm

Flowers Exhibition

Wednesday, January 6 – Sunday, March 6 during regular business hours “FLOWERS EXHIBITION” Opening Reception Wednesday, January 6, 6 pm – 8 pm Members free; non-member reception donation $15 per person – RSVP: 561-832-5328 Daily admission: Members: Free; Non-member adults – $10, seniors (age 65 and older) – $8, children ages 5 and older – $5, children under 5 are free The “Flowers” exhibition at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens will be arriving just in time for spring.  A perfect opportunity…

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