"Clay artist Steven Sylvester created a 3 dimensional tile and clay wall hanging with each group. Students learned the importance of trees and worked as a group to make an orange tree and then created personal tiles with trees. Students also reflected upon what they learned. This reflection became the border for each group project."
(As reported by Wilton Manors Elementary News From Our Corner of the World, March 2007)
– opening reception –
Thursday, April 12, 2007
3:30PM - 6:00PM
– show dates –
April 9, 2007 thru April 20, 2007
– location –
1350 Each Sunrise Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
– information –
954-462-8190 or www.artserve.org
ECO ART STUDENTS' WORK EXAMPLE
Artist's Eye Fine Art Gallery presents TEXTURE AND FORM fine art exhibition, opening Saturday, June 13, 2009 7pm - 9pm and the exhibit runs through July 28,2009.
Come and see Steven's newest small size (16" - 18" high) ladies dresses, ideal size when space is a consideration. Eleven small dresses and one life-size dress will make their debut at this exhibition.
The Deville Foundation Dalmation Rescue and Clothing Company is the name of this theme specific creation by Steven - which makes its debut at ArtServe's "Wild! Feathers, Fins and Fur".
July launches the 4th annual multi-media phenomenon, The Red Eye. The Red Eye is an innovative and exciting event aimed at promoting fresh underground art that serves as a conversation piece. Presented by ArtServe and media sponsor City Link/ MetroMix.com. Steven Sylvester debut's his free-standing "Stop Wine-ing" - another of his Ladies Dress Series.
Red Eye Event: Friday, July 24, 2009 6pm to 9pm at ArtServe, 1350 E. Sunrise Blvd, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.