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Artist in the Store: Tom Grzybala

Event Details:
June 4, 2013 - June 4, 2013
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Location: The Cummer Store

Meet local digital print artist, Tom Grzybala, currently featured in the La Florida:500 Years of Florida Art Exhibition. Gryzbala, who is formally trained in science, chemistry and chemical engineering, has always been interested in how the things around him work. Gryzbala creates his own taxonomies on the computer. He is currently developing a history of the exploratory surveys that discovered these floras, including information about the Florida biologists who participated - all of it splendidly fictional.Gryzbala states, " I spent almost 34 years in the industrial chemical industry before retiring. Although my working life has always been in some type of technical function, I have always been interested in being creative, in being artistic, in making things. For someone who was required to be very left brained in his professional career, I feel fortunate to also have some right brain talent wanting to get out.

 

 

 

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Classes for Adults
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Event Start Date: 
Tue, 06/04/2013
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5:00 p.m.
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7:00 p.m.
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The Cummer Store
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<p>Meet local digital print artist, Tom Grzybala, currently featured in the<em> La Florida: 500 Years of Florida Art </em>Exhibition. Grzybala will have art available for purchase in The Cummer Store.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

Meet local digital print artist, Tom Grzybala, currently featured in the La Florida:500 Years of Florida Art Exhibition. Gryzbala, who is formally trained in science, chemistry and chemical engineering, has always been interested in how the things around him work. Gryzbala creates his own taxonomies on the computer. He is currently developing a history of the exploratory surveys that discovered these floras, including information about the Florida biologists who participated - all of it splendidly fictional.Gryzbala states, " I spent almost 34 years in the industrial chemical industry before retiring. Although my working life has always been in some type of technical function, I have always been interested in being creative, in being artistic, in making things. For someone who was required to be very left brained in his professional career, I feel fortunate to also have some right brain talent wanting to get out.

 

 

 

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Classes for Adults
Classes for Members
Store Event
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Tue, 06/04/2013
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5:00 p.m.
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7:00 p.m.
Event Location: 
The Cummer Store
Summary: 
<p>Meet local digital print artist, Tom Grzybala, currently featured in the<em> La Florida: 500 Years of Florida Art </em>Exhibition. Grzybala will have art available for purchase in The Cummer Store.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

Meet local digital print artist, Tom Grzybala, currently featured in the La Florida:500 Years of Florida Art Exhibition. Gryzbala, who is formally trained in science, chemistry and chemical engineering, has always been interested in how the things around him work. Gryzbala creates his own taxonomies on the computer. He is currently developing a history of the exploratory surveys that discovered these floras, including information about the Florida biologists who participated - all of it splendidly fictional.Gryzbala states, " I spent almost 34 years in the industrial chemical industry before retiring. Although my working life has always been in some type of technical function, I have always been interested in being creative, in being artistic, in making things. For someone who was required to be very left brained in his professional career, I feel fortunate to also have some right brain talent wanting to get out.

 

 

 

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