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There is flower art to be found in a Palm Beach Gardens space. Within the Palm Beach County Gardens Branch Library, 11303 Campus Drive in Palm Beach Gardens is "Garden Gate" by Garth Edwards. The Palm Beach County Art in Public Places program allows projects to come about. The program is managed by the Facilities Development and Operations Department of Palm Beach County. 

At the Gardens Library is an installation designed and fabricated by artist Garth Edwards, “Garden Gate” is inspired by Palm Beach Gardens' early vision of the town becoming a "Garden City". The mission of the program is to provide art which will compliment public buildings and parks. Garth’s design and color palette complement the library's interior design and architectural

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The purpose Palm Beach County Art in Public Places initiative is to stimulate cultural interaction, education, and economic development by selecting, installing, and maintaining public art. The Art in Public Places program is funded through a one-percent public art fee. As growth happens, public art is integrated into the architecture, infrastructure, environment, and greenbelts.

Supporting art in public places, the CANVAS organization transforms landscapes into an interactive art experience, energizing spaces and engaging with the city from concept to completion. Immense murals and installations dot the landscape. The installations complement public and private events as a connection between the artists and the community.

After curating art for

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As a part of the most recent installment of the Art in Public Places initiative sculptures by renowned Wellington artist Colbert C. Collins will soon be on display in various locations in the Village of Wellington. Collins’ bronzes reflect an inner vision that life is “a discovery of the inherent design and relationship between all things.”

His pieces illustrate a fascination with movement and the significant bonds between people. Collins sculptures and collections span four continents, over 2public and private facilities, and more than 3,000 homes. His images range from small 6-inch representational pieces to large 15-foot steel abstracts.  Four of Collins’ sculptures will be showcased in the following areas: Wellington Community Center, Village

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