Art on the Green brings fantastic sculptures to Winter Park's Central Park

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"Love Life," by Maria Cristina Carbonell - ORIOL TARRIDAS
  • Oriol Tarridas
  • "Love Life," by Maria Cristina Carbonell
After a week of installation in which they were blessed with perfect weather, seven artists with Miami roots officially unveil their takeover of Central Park today. The 11 acres of Winter Park’s central green space are enriched with large-scale works by Lydia Azout, Maria Cristina Carbonell, Robert Chambers, Edouard Duval-Carrié, Emmett Moore, Cristina Lei Rodriguez and Frances Trombly, in an out-of-doors gallery curated by Suzanne Delehanty, founding director of the Pérez Art Museum Miami. All are worth a stroll-and-peruse, though we are especially looking forward to seeing Duval-Carrié’s “La Porte d’Haiti,” a multicolored fairytale pavilion, and Moore’s “Points of Pine,” which “stretches across the lawn like a giant blanket woven of wood.”

Opens Sunday, Nov. 1, through March 1, 2016 | Central Park, Park Avenue at West Morse Boulevard, Winter Park | cityofwinterpark.org | free


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