Boca Raton Museum of Art
501 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
In Mizner Park
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January 2011 Exhibition Opening

The Boca Raton Museum of Art debuted two visually and historically relevant exhibitions to Museum Patrons and Members at the opening receptions held January 18 and 19, 2011 at the Museum. These events celebrated the intersection of fashion and fine art with the exhibitions, CUT! Costume and the Cinema and California Impressionism: Paintings from the Irvine Museum which continue through April 17, 2011. Among those attending the receptions was Co-Curator of the costume exhibition, Nancy Lawson. Ms. Lawson, the U.S. representative for Cosprop Ltd, Londonís leading costumiers, spent ten days meticulously unpacking, assembling and dressing each mannequin in the exhibition including costumes worn by leading actors in many of todayís Oscar-winning films. Additionally, The Irvine Museum Board of Trustee Vice President, James Irvine Swinden and Jean Stern, Executive Director of The Irvine Museum were on hand to present the more than 60 masterpieces of California plein air paintings. Mr. Stern gave a gallery tour on January 21 at the Museum for art enthusiasts eager to learn more about the significance of the California American Impressionist movement in the late 18th to early 19th century. (Click on thumbnails to view larger photos)

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