A large crowd turned out for the Friday opening of the second annual Sincerity Project at Studio 18 in Pembroke Pines. Like last year, the show included works by many local artists and interpretations by clients of The Schott Communities, Artists With Autism, The Ann Storck Center and other special needs organizations.
|Brandon Drucker's interpretation of Tom De Vita's "Birdman Watching"|
I took some pics from the opening and, as always, brought plenty back to share.
You can check them out in the slide show above. To see the captions while watching the slide show, click the arrow in the middle, then click in the lower right hand corner of the slide show to expand the pics and then click on "show info" at top right (to see the details that accompany each photo). Or simply view the Flickr set.
You can read my story on The Sincerity Project in the June 1 Showtime section of the Sun-Sentinel. The exhibition will run through July 27, and include a salon in which the artists will talk about their work from 7-9 p.m. July 6 at Studio 18 in Pembroke Pines.
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