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Tag Archives: St. Augustine

Collectors’ Choice: Featured Collectors, Robert and Thelma Nied

Jul

29

Written by Caitlyn Cooney, Curatorial Intern The personal connection between a collector and their artworks, be it a marker of a significant memory, a part of their relationships with people, or a reminder of their cultural history, is not only necessary, but serves as the core motivation for their collecting. For collectors Robert and Thelma [...]

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Educational Aspects of the Sculpture Garden

Sep

16

September 21st will bring the opening of The Cummer Museum’s newest exhibition space, the J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Community Sculpture Garden & Plaza, located at the northwest corner of the Museum campus. This space represents a markedly different approach to…

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In the Gallery: Dancer by Enzo Torcoletti

Jul

31

Torcoletti’s main subject matter is one of fame in classical art; the female torso. His sculptures embody sensuality in that the expression of the human body is captured in the simplistic form of…

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Folio Weekly Exhibition Artist Highlight: Brianna Angelakis

Aug

28

Brianna Marie Angelakis (b. 1990) is a young, American artist. She was born in Massachusetts and moved to New Hampshire during her early teen years. She moved to…

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Liliana’s Top Three Public Art Pieces in Jacksonville

Dec

20

Art lies not only within the Museums in Jacksonville, but throughout the city in public places that you may or may not have already been to. Some may be in the most unexpected places that you visit on a daily basis or some may be lying around town that you just never got a chance to go visit.

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#37 Martin Johnson Heade: Orchid with an Amethyst Hummingbird

Apr

05

Martin Johnson Heade has acquired a reputation both as an artist and a naturalist. His studies of nature, particularly of hummingbirds, began in his youth and continued throughout his life.

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