Drawing In Space: The Peninsula Project, Sculpture by John Henry

Dec 16, 2008 - May 31, 2009
Boca Raton Museum of Art

The Award-winning sculptor John Henry, known throughout the world for his large-scale steel sculpture, brought his work to the Boca Raton Museum of Art and The Art School on Palmetto Road, as a part of his unprecedented, seven-city exhibition throughout the state of Florida.

One of Henry's most impressive steel sculptures, Meridian, measuring over 20 feet tall is on display at The Art School on Palmetto Road. With some of the largest public works of art in some of the greatest American cities, John Henry has made his mark on the nation's landscape. This exhibit focused on his major works that have become significant landmarks in cities across the U.S.

This exhibition made possible thanks to the support of: Arison Arts Foundation, Bob & Terry Edwards, and David & Diane McDonald.

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Drawing In Space: The Peninsula Project, Sculpture by John Henry

JOHN HENRY, Meridian, 2003, red painted steel, 22 x 25 x 15 feet. Courtesy of the artist