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Nov
27
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Nov 27 2017 – Sep 30 2018 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Dec
4
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Dec 4 2017 – Oct 8 2018 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Dec
11
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Dec 11 2017 – Oct 15 2018 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Dec
18
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Dec 18 2017 – Oct 22 2018 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Dec
25
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Dec 25 2017 – Oct 29 2018 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Jan
1
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Jan 1 – Nov 4 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Jan
8
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Jan 8 – Nov 11 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Jan
15
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Jan 15 – Nov 18 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Jan
22
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Jan 22 – Nov 25 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Jan
29
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Jan 29 – Dec 2 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Feb
5
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Feb 5 – Dec 9 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Feb
12
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Feb 12 – Dec 16 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Feb
19
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Feb 19 – Dec 23 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Feb
26
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Feb 26 – Dec 30 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Mar
5
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Mar 5 2018 – Jan 6 2019 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Mar
12
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Mar 12 2018 – Jan 13 2019 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Mar
19
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Mar 19 2018 – Jan 20 2019 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Mar
26
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Mar 26 2018 – Jan 27 2019 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Apr
2
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Apr 2 2018 – Feb 3 2019 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Apr
9
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Apr 9 2018 – Feb 10 2019 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Apr
16
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Apr 16 2018 – Feb 17 2019 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Apr
23
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Apr 23 2018 – Feb 24 2019 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

Apr
30
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
Apr 30 2018 – Mar 3 2019 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

May
7
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
May 7 2018 – Mar 10 2019 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]

May
14
Mon
Albert on the Avenue
May 14 2018 – Mar 17 2019 all-day

Albert on the Avenue

Through Sunday, September 30, 2018
Art in Public Places Boynton Beach

Albert Paley, one of the world’s prominent metal sculptors has collaborated with the City of Boynton Beach’s Art in Public Places. A new outdoor exhibit called, “Albert on the Avenue”, consists of six massive sculptures totaling 17 tons. The national exhibit is an easy-to-walk, self-guided, 30 minute tour along E. Ocean Avenue in the City’s Cultural District. Albert Paley’s descriptive commentary of each of his sculptures can be accessed via a smart phone connecting with a QR code on each of the artwork plaques.

A colorful iconic sculpture, titled “Cavalcade”, reaches 40-feet into the sky, making it the tallest public art in the Palm Beaches. “Cavalcade” is a permanent sculpture, commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean and complies to the City’s one-percent public art ordinance. The five additional Paley sculptures are on are on loan for the year long exhibit ending in Sept. 30, 2018. These artworks are for sale with a percent commission benefitting the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program.

Albert Paley describes Cavalcade as, “The sculpture provides a dramatic silhouette with spire-like shapes projecting into the sky. These vertical elements have their basis in my interpretation of palm fronds. Although the sculpture is not kinetic, the interlaced folded metal shapes indicate movement as if they are being articulated by the air from the sea.  The sculptures dynamism will change with the passage of time.”

Albert on the Avenue nationally recognized exhibit promotes the new Town Square Boynton Beach redevelopment project’s Cultural District in east Boynton Beach.  Tours can be scheduled for groups and organizations by contacting Debby Coles-Dobay: [email protected]