Thursday, June 28, 2012

Symbolism: Pushing Boundaries opens at Boynton Beach Art Walk

Karla Walter's "Venus: Cast, Conform, Reform" will be on exhibit in Symbolism: Pushing Boundaries at ActivistArtistA Gallery. (Photo courtesy of ActivistArtistA Gallery)
ActivistArtistA Gallery
422 W. Industrial Ave., Boynton Beach, 786-521-1199,
ActivistArtistA.blogspot.com 

Symbolism: Pushing Boundaries billed as a show that "will highlight traditional imagery (symbols) in works done on non-traditional surface," will feature works by Cesar Garcia, Juan Erman Gonzalez, Debbie Lee Mostel, Nikki Saraiva and Karla Walter.

The exhibition will open 6-9 p.m. June 28 during Boynton Beach Art Walk where artists Rolando Chang Barrero, Denny Reed, Chan Shepherd and Richard Beau Lieu will have open studios and Suga Wack will play its "post-modern, freely improvised, jelly-filled experimental chamberjazz."

PS561, a food truck whose motto is "hot dogs too good for the lunch line," will also be on site. The festivities kick off around 5:30 and end around 9 p.m., but Symbolism: Pushing Boundaries will remain on exhibit through July 26.

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