About the Book
"Multiple Sins" is an invitational and juried fine art exhibition curated by the Lighthouse ArtCenter in Tequesta, Florida. The exhibition (and this book) created an atmosphere where the viewer experienced a world of the tempting, the tantalizing and the delicious. It featured painter Carol Korpi-McKinley's "Junk Food" series and fine art photographer Barry Seidman's "Drinks" and "Smoke" series, as well as selected art from juried South Florida artists.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art
Standard Portrait, 7.75×9.75 in, 20×25 cm
- Publish Date Sep 02, 2010
- Tags multiple sins, ice cream, fine art, James R. Young, Betty Wilson, Esther Wertheimer, Jackee Swinson, Grant Strawcutter, Nancy November Sloane, Julie Silk-Beaumont, Rose Shaw, Elle Schorr, Bill Sabino, Alvaro Rojas, Jen Reyneri, Joseph Pierre, Gisela Pferdekamper, Augusta Pearl, Kristen Olson Murtaugh, Astrid Helena Mora, Marc Merlis, Linda Mathison, Patricia Levey, Brian Kovachick, Maya Ismailova, Jean Hutchison, J.R. Houbrick, Durga Garcia, Gail Ganzlin, LS Finch, Daniel Escobar, Gail Erickson, Joseph D. Dzwill, Alyssa di Edwardo, Bruce Brennan, Linda Botwinick, Amber Bishop, Carolyn Austin, Dennis Aufiery, shopaholic, nudes, cakes, candy, sundae, sin, chocolate, sculpture, photography, painting
The Lighthouse ArtCenter is an Art Museum and School of Art in northern Palm Beach and southern Martin counties. It is the most comprehensive cultural center in the area, offering acclaimed local, national and international art exhibitions, tours, cultural events, a Museum Gift Shop and facility rental for special events. The School of Art offers courses and workshops for all levels of experience in ceramics, drawing, encaustic, figure, painting and sculpture. In the Museum, an Artists' Guild Gallery offers an opportunity to collect art, and art featured in the exhibitions is often also for sale. There is also a children's ArtCamp in the summer, as well as the winter and spring school breaks. The ArtBridge Outreach program takes art on location to those with disabilities or the underprivileged who cannot come to the school. The Lighthouse ArtCenter was established in 1963 and is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization. To donate to the ArtCenter, visit www,LighthouseArts.or