BOCA RATON, FL — One of the first things I see as I walk into the gargantuan Schmidt Center Gallery on the campus of Florida Atlantic University is a wall assemblage that in the aggregate, from a distance, looks like the profile of a fish gaping its mouth to swallow some floating trinkets. I get […]
Hassinger worked collaboratively with the Pearl City community to create a version of their “Tree of Knowledge” at the Boca Raton Museum of Art, its “roots” composed of twisted, flowing rolls of newspaper.
Interlopers and transplants convey the decay and loveliness of a place in works from 1750 – 1969.
In a city where decorative glass art is embarrassingly popular, Glasstress at the Boca Raton Museum of Art highlights sociopolitical subjects.