May 202016

KWAHS Papio Exhibit_1406

Key West Art & Historical Society board member and historian Sharon Wells and Curator Cori Convertito, PhD get friendly with “The Water Skiier” while “Dough Boy World War I” looks on. The sculptures are just two of more than 100 of the artist’s sculptural objects and three-dimensional constructions featured in the new permanent exhibit— “Stanley Papio: Junkyard Rebel”— which is now open to the public at Fort East Martello. For more information, visit KWAHS.ORG.

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 May 20, 2016  Posted by at 12:50 am Art, Issue #167, What To Do  Add comments

  One Response to “Stanley Papio Permanent Exhibit Now Open”

  1. These sculptures are just plain fun! Something in you begs “professional help” if you don’t crack a smile when viewing these caricatures of humanity.

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