This gorgeous sculpture (Claudio Ciarvolo) is in front of Temple Emanu-El on Washington Avenue and 17th Street, across from the Miami Convention Center. It’s going to be our go to place to remind us of our dear friend Kent who we lost today. We hope to remain close to husband Brian who is a prince of a man. Kent enlisted me to be on the board of the Fisher Institute for Alzheimer’s Research and the publicist for his recent children’s book.
Today At Art Basel
This sculpture by Dada Khanyisa, Capetown, South Africa, being shown at Art Basel, will hopefully be the big winner for us. The companion piece was purchased by Jorge Perez, for Perez Art Museum of Miami. We loved our choice when we saw it a few weeks ago at the Fountainhead Residency. Now it’s ours. Eliot and I feel one day we will get a call for our sculpture to be shown in the Khanyisa collection at some museum as well. Fingers crossed.
Art Basel Buddies
It’s always wonderful bumping into friends at an art exhibit.Today we were lucky to catch up with the very talented artist, John DeFaro (l) art restorer, Viviana Dominguez, (second from right) and a group of their friends.
I turned the corner in the front hall at Art Basel and saw architect Bruce Danzer of Provincetown.
Art Lovers Are Works Of Art
Lois, I want that long white top, jacket or whatever in the last photo. Great photos of art and spectators. Have fun!
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You mean about Kent and the sculpture, of course. I don’t recall ever meeting or hearing about them. Much too young.
soo sorry about the loss of your very handsome friend 😦
So sorry for the loss of your friend… our condolences