Monday, November 27, 2017

Worth another look: Artist/muralist Craig McInnis, City Seal, and City of Lake Worth’s 100th Anniversary at Bryant Park Bandshell.


See the images below of the mural created for the City’s Centennial celebration in June 2013. Learn more about the artist at the end of this blog post.

“I have a question. How can I learn more about the 6-square-mile one hundred and four year old city in Central Palm Beach County that has its very own Beach and Electric Utility and so many other unique and very cool historical stuff?”

Good question. Here’s a good start:

Check out the City’s website for the Lake Worth Historical Museum. Then if you’re interested in learning more contact the curator and schedule a tour by calling 561-533-7354. Walk-in hours at the museum are Wednesday and Friday from 1:00–4:00.

Without further ado. . . What an artist created
in our City 3½ years ago:
This one is my favorite. Note the cool shadow.

The City’s Bandshell is located in Bryant Park
along the Intracoastal just south of the
Robert Harris Bridge.

Meet the artist, Mr. McInnis:


Working on a hot day in the sun. . .

Another view:

And after a short break and some cold water. . .
Back to work.

Hope you enjoyed this blog post today.
Click on the front and back of McInnis’ card
to learn more about this artist.

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