Winter Park's Albin Polasek Museum announces 'Robert Reedy: Revival' exhibition set for November

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'P51' by Robert Reedy - PHOTO COURTESY ROBERT REEDY
  • Photo courtesy Robert Reedy
  • 'P51' by Robert Reedy
Winter Park's Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens on Thursday announced their next exhibition, Robert Reedy: Revival, set to open on Nov. 3.

The exhibition will be a broad sampling of the work of longtime Orlando artist and academic Reedy across a range of media – painting, sculpture, ceramics, metalwork, collage – and the pieces are idiosyncratic, affecting and personal, oft informed by his own Mississippi roots. He even makes teapots!



“This exhibition offers a look into the creative mind of Robert Reedy. We are delighted to exhibit a selection of his work, demonstrating his mastery of various mediums,” said Polasek Museum curator Emily Coughlan in a press release.

Robert Reedy: Revival runs from Nov. 3-April 11, 2021 at the Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens. Revival will also be available to view online.



More information on the Polasek Museum can be found here.


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