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Delray Beach offers an exuberant arts and entertainment vibe, including the Delray Art Trail. This art walk has events, public art displays and installations. For a charming artsy “do it yourself” excursion, investigate the Delray Art Trail. The Delray Art Trail website features information and photos about public art displays, art studios, and other indoor and outdoor arts venues and attractions.

Enjoy strolling along the monthly Art Walk, taking in an outdoor concert or a self-guided tour of art murals and installations. The next Art Walk event will take place on Friday, August 5th, 2022, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Downtown Delray Beach is exploding with cultural adventures.  Participating artists offer exhibits and access to their studios in the

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The Society of the Four Arts,  2 Four Arts Plaza, Palm Beach is presenting Dale Chihuly, an American artist. Chihuly is noted for revolutionizing the studio glass movement and elevating perceptions of the glass medium.  Four Arts brings installations of Fiori which is Italian for “flowers” to The Society of the Four Arts gardens.

Within the green escape of the Four Arts Campus is the Philip Hulitar Sculpture Garden and Four Arts Botanical Gardens. The gardens have provided a world-class garden experience to visitors of the Palm Beaches since 1938.  Here, one can explore the beautiful works and wonders of renowned sculpture artists.

The two installations have been placed in the Philip Hulitar Sculpture Garden. The exhibition is comprised of

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Located in the Great Lawn area of Mounts Botanical Garden, 531 North Military Trail in West Palm Beach is this massive sculpture was designed by internationally acclaimed artist, Patrick Dougherty.  The Stickwork sculpture is created from 30,000 pounds of willow during a three-week “community build” project in which over 100 volunteers lent a helping hand.

Patrick Dougherty and his son/building partner, Sam Dougherty, along with the volunteers, completed the installation in a total of 632 hours over 159 shifts. Completed on January 26, 2019, visitors are now able to stroll through, appreciate, and become one with a living art experience!

The senior Dougherty is based out of North Carolina and is well known for his Stickwork projects that combine

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