Clearwater Opens New Season of Sculpture 360
The program is a rotating display of large sculptures.
CLEARWATER – Three new sculptures were recently installed in downtown Clearwater’s Cleveland Street District as part of the city’s Sculpture360: Season VII exhibition.
The program, sponsored by the city’s Public Art and Design Program, is a rotating display of large-format sculptures. It has featured the work of artists from Florida and other parts the country for the past seven years.
This year’s lineup includes “Slices of Heaven,” by Craig Berube-Gray from Key West, Fla.; “Mountain Landscape,” by Hanna Jubran from Grimesland, N.C.; and “Leap,” by Claudia Jane Klein from Lake Worth, Fla. The sculptures of Season VII will be on display through April 2017.
For information about Sculpture360 and the Clearwater Public Art and Design Program, call the Parks and Recreation Department at (727) 562-4800 or go to myclearwater.com.
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