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Sarasota News Leader January 17, 2014 Page 120 SEASON OF SCULPTURE ANNOUNCES NEW SMALL WORKS EXHIBITION Season of Sculpture will present the Season VII: Shared Ground Small Works Exhibition from Jan. 22 through May 30 at the Sarasota Herald-Tribune building in downtown Sarasota, the organization has announced. The show will feature 17 smaller-scale works by seven of the eight artists whose monumental sculptures are on exhibit along Sarasota's Bayfront Drive, a news release says. Those artists are Hans Van de Bovenkamp, Robert Chambers, Rick Herzog, Linda Howard, Jun Kaneko, Jae-Hyo Lee and Boaz Vaadia. Chambers' Elipsota is a permanent art installation commissioned by the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, the release notes. "This exhibition provides the public an opportunity to experience these artists' smaller works and maquettes [models] in a more intimate and indoor setting, that of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune's handsome and spacious glass-walled lobby gallery," the release adds. Among the works will be wall hanging, pedestal and freestanding sculptures. The show is curated by Fayanne Hayes and Andrew Maass, the release adds. By special invitation of the Season of Sculpture Board of Directors, with sponsorship by the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, two works by area artists David Peterson and Jerry Soble also will be on display. The show will open from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 22. Members of the public will be welcome. The Sarasota Herald-Tribune building is located at 1741 Main St. in Sarasota. The show may be seen from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday after Jan. 22. Untitled by Jae-Hyo Lee. Contributed image

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