French sculptor Elyan Biscayn doesn’t need to wander beyond her yard to find inspiration. Since she moved to South Florida, palm trees have been her muse. The artist applies resins to fronds to form carved and twisted shapes that she later mounts on geometric pedestals of marble and steel. Her PalmArt Collection is composed of curved, undulating pieces that often appear suspended in space and possess a fluidity combining nature’s beauty with abstract forms. Her compatriot Christian Bernard, a.k.a. Narbero, has gained a following for churning out violent eruptions of thick paint and kaleidoscopic color notable for their dramatic intensity. Tonight at 7:00 the duo will showcase recent... More >>>