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Boca Raton Museum of Art
501 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
In Mizner Park
T: 561.392.2500 F: 561.391.6410
Email: info@bocamuseum.org

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Hours:
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Saturday & Sunday
Mondays & holidays


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September 1, 2014
The Art School's Summer Trilogy - III

Hello to all again, my chronicle of The Art Schoolís summer community is at an end with this final post of the trilogy. I have learned so much through this assignment which has opened my mind and expanded my creative sensibilities. Growing up I experienced art through dance and music. Once I had the freedom to discover different courses and areas of study at college, I fell in love with all forms of the visual arts.

Observing the creativity of all the students and the development of each project has given me a fuller understanding that art takes patience and time. That being true, the instant gratification that is seen on the artistís face once the project is finished is worth a thousand words.

Gabby, 15, attends Dreyfoos School of the Arts and studies photography. She finished her teddy bear for the Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil, and See No Evil project and the progression of it just became more and more beautiful.
Kiersten , also 15, worked out of her comfort zone in what she likes to define as ďdirty artĒ also known as graffiti. She worked on a painting of two people displaying retro objects such as a record and a camera. She applied the grey undertones, added bright colors to make the piece pop and injected a little of herself into the painting.


The adults finished up their egg tempera pieces, artistic interpretations in oils, and fixed up the minor mistakes.

This journey has reinforced for me the importance of exploration and finding oneís true passion. This unique experience has strengthened, expanded and brought new ideas and a different mindset as to how I will approach my new endeavors in the art world. Thank you to all the artists I had the pleasure of meeting and their stories of how they were inspired by art. I hope you all continue creating your beautiful pieces and remember that life is short, enjoy every moment! Itís not goodbye, itís see you soon. Have a wonderful rest of your summer!



Oh and the Group Youth Summer Camp Exhibition opens today at the Boca Raton Museum of Art. starting today and going through September 16th. Come by and see all the projects created this summer, including Gabby's finished teddy bear.
Posted by: Blair Dector, Marketing Intern @ Wednesday, August 1, 2012 12:00:00 pm 
 
 
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