"Art of Women Who Resist" -- Came and Went Too Quickly
Held the last two weeks of August, the exhibit, commonly known as "Art of Women Who Resist", attracted a large audience at its opening August 18. The event included food and protest songs, while outside, a few Trump supporters showed up to protest this art event. (A protest of a protest?) The Clay, Glass, Metal Stone Gallery at 15 South J Street, Lake Worth, organized the show. The gallery is sponsored by the Flamingo Clay Studio at 216 South F St. [For more information on the art in photographs above and below, please call the gallery at 561-588-8344.]
although everyone was calling it by its "resistance" subtitle.