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Event Details:
January 15, 2013 - October 20, 2013
Location: The Thomas H. Jacobsen Gallery of American Art

Jesse Aaron (American, 1887 – 1979), Beast, c. 1970, cedar, cast resin, Courtesy of Josh Feldstein.

From native and Spanish colonial artifacts, to digital and video art of today, La Florida celebrates 500 years of Florida art.  The exhibition highlights works in The Cummer’s own collections, including landscapes by such well-known artists as Winslow Homer and Martin Johnson Heade. In addition, a selection of contemporary art from museums, galleries and collectors throughout the state celebrates the state’s creativity while demonstrating the increasing influence that environmental concerns play in Florida art.

 

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Jesse Aaron (American, 1887 – 1979), Beast, c. 1970, cedar, cast resin, Courtesy of Josh Feldstein.

From native and Spanish colonial artifacts, to digital and video art of today, La Florida celebrates 500 years of Florida art.  The exhibition highlights works in The Cummer’s own collections, including landscapes by such well-known artists as Winslow Homer and Martin Johnson Heade. In addition, a selection of contemporary art from museums, galleries and collectors throughout the state celebrates the state’s creativity while demonstrating the increasing influence that environmental concerns play in Florida art.

 

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Jesse Aaron (American, 1887 – 1979), Beast, c. 1970, cedar, cast resin, Courtesy of Josh Feldstein.

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Jesse Aaron (American, 1887 – 1979), Beast, c. 1970, cedar, cast resin, Courtesy of Josh Feldstein.

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Jesse Aaron (American, 1887 – 1979), Beast, c. 1970, cedar, cast resin, Courtesy of Josh Feldstein.

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Jesse Aaron (American, 1887 – 1979), Beast, c. 1970, cedar, cast resin, Courtesy of Josh Feldstein.

From native and Spanish colonial artifacts, to digital and video art of today, La Florida celebrates 500 years of Florida art.  The exhibition highlights works in The Cummer’s own collections, including landscapes by such well-known artists as Winslow Homer and Martin Johnson Heade. In addition, a selection of contemporary art from museums, galleries and collectors throughout the state celebrates the state’s creativity while demonstrating the increasing influence that environmental concerns play in Florida art.

 

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Jesse Aaron (American, 1887 – 1979), Beast, c. 1970, cedar, cast resin, Courtesy of Josh Feldstein.

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Jesse Aaron (American, 1887 – 1979), Beast, c. 1970, cedar, cast resin, Courtesy of Josh Feldstein.

From native and Spanish colonial artifacts, to digital and video art of today, La Florida celebrates 500 years of Florida art.  The exhibition highlights works in The Cummer’s own collections, including landscapes by such well-known artists as Winslow Homer and Martin Johnson Heade. In addition, a selection of contemporary art from museums, galleries and collectors throughout the state celebrates the state’s creativity while demonstrating the increasing influence that environmental concerns play in Florida art.

 

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Jesse Aaron (American, 1887 – 1979), Beast, c. 1970, cedar, cast resin, Courtesy of Josh Feldstein.

From native and Spanish colonial artifacts, to digital and video art of today, La Florida celebrates 500 years of Florida art.  The exhibition highlights works in The Cummer’s own collections, including landscapes by such well-known artists as Winslow Homer and Martin Johnson Heade. In addition, a selection of contemporary art from museums, galleries and collectors throughout the state celebrates the state’s creativity while demonstrating the increasing influence that environmental concerns play in Florida art.

 

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Jesse Aaron (American, 1887 – 1979), Beast, c. 1970, cedar, cast resin, Courtesy of Josh Feldstein.

From native and Spanish colonial artifacts, to digital and video art of today, La Florida celebrates 500 years of Florida art.  The exhibition highlights works in The Cummer’s own collections, including landscapes by such well-known artists as Winslow Homer and Martin Johnson Heade. In addition, a selection of contemporary art from museums, galleries and collectors throughout the state celebrates the state’s creativity while demonstrating the increasing influence that environmental concerns play in Florida art.

 

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Jesse Aaron (American, 1887 – 1979), Beast, c. 1970, cedar, cast resin, Courtesy of Josh Feldstein.

From native and Spanish colonial artifacts, to digital and video art of today, La Florida celebrates 500 years of Florida art.  The exhibition highlights works in The Cummer’s own collections, including landscapes by such well-known artists as Winslow Homer and Martin Johnson Heade. In addition, a selection of contemporary art from museums, galleries and collectors throughout the state celebrates the state’s creativity while demonstrating the increasing influence that environmental concerns play in Florida art.

 

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Tue, 01/15/2013 - Sun, 10/20/2013
Event Location: 
The Thomas H. Jacobsen Gallery of American Art
Summary: 
<p>From native and Spanish colonial artifacts, to digital and video art of today,&nbsp;<em>La Florida</em>&nbsp;celebrates 500 years of Florida art.&nbsp;</p>

Jesse Aaron (American, 1887 – 1979), Beast, c. 1970, cedar, cast resin, Courtesy of Josh Feldstein.

From native and Spanish colonial artifacts, to digital and video art of today, La Florida celebrates 500 years of Florida art.  The exhibition highlights works in The Cummer’s own collections, including landscapes by such well-known artists as Winslow Homer and Martin Johnson Heade. In addition, a selection of contemporary art from museums, galleries and collectors throughout the state celebrates the state’s creativity while demonstrating the increasing influence that environmental concerns play in Florida art.

 

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