Safety Harbor Museum & Cultural Center welcomes the installation of Rock-ET Man and hosts a free stone carving workshop on Monday, Jan. 28.
SAFETY HARBOR Ė The Safety Harbor Museum and Cultural Center welcomes the installation of Rock-ET Man, a sculpture by stone carver C.R. Gray, on Monday, Jan. 28.
That same evening, C.R. Gray will be hosting a free artist talk and stone carving workshop at the Safety Harbor Museum and Cultural Center, 329 Bayshore Blvd. S.. He will discuss topics like the great carving rocks available in Florida. To find out more information about the workshop or to R.S.V.P., contact the Museum and Cultural Center at 727-724-1562.
C.R. Gray has been carving stone for more than twenty years. He apprenticed in Vermont and has trained in Norway, Germany, and Italy. His stone sculptures have been featured in the cities of Boston, Massachusetts; Portsmouth, Virginia; Charleston, South Carolina; and Key West. He lives in Hiram, Maine with his wife and four children ranging in age from five to 20. He approaches art as something that should appeal to everyone and can be fun and playful.
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