Coral Springs Museum of Art showcases work inspired African, American and Caribbean culture.
(Credit is Coral Springs Museum of Art / Courtesy / February 12, 2014)
"Mills, Humphreys and Collins: Love, Family and Art!":
The three artists on display at the Coral Springs Museum of Art are related. There is Fort Lauderdale-based painter and late patriarch Charles Mills, who painted "The Wall of History" mural at the entrance to Sistrunk Boulevard, along with his daughter, sculptor Denise Collins, and his late niece, painter Edith Humphreys. More than 50 artworks inspired by their ancestries in Africa, American and the Caribbean are on display. The 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday reception will include wine and music. $10 for nonmembers, free for members. 954-340-5000 or CSMart.org
. - Phillip Valys
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