The Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens opens "From Start to Finish: The Florida Sculptors Guild Exhibition" on Tuesday, May 7.
Providing a behind-the-scenes experience, the "Start to Finish" exhibition will highlight the processes used to create each sculpture on view. Through photographs, sketches, and models, visitors will see how sculpture develops from start to finish: the formation of an original concept, the methods and materials used, the stages and modifications involved, and the fulfilled vision.
The sculptures in the exhibition range from traditional to contemporary. The Florida Sculptors Guild is a culturally diverse network of professional sculptors and supporters of the visual arts who are committed to enriching, engaging, and educating the public on the sculptural arts. The Guild provides emerging and established sculptorsspace, education and connections for artistic, creative and professional advancement.
The Polasek is at 633 Osceola Ave., Winter Park. Hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 1-4 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $5, $4 seniors, $3 students, free age 12 and younger. "From Start to Finish" runs through July 21.
Selected artists in the exhibition are:
Amy Wieck, Anthony Deal, Bill Oatway, Brian Owens, Carolyn Chace, Cheryl Bogdanowitsch, Daryl Golden, David L. Cumbie, Dean S. Warren, Geoffry Sprague, Henry Sinn, Iwona Lys-Dobradin, Jack Hill, James M. Bojarzuk, Jene Omens, Linda Brant, Lynn Brenner-Katz, Mike Moffitt, Mindy Colton, Peter Forster, Sue Adabody, Susan Carter, Woody Igou, Dawn Rosendahl, Marla E, Roneld Lores, Denisse Berlingeri, Byron Walker and Richard Munster.
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