Art: Ernst Oppler (German, 1867 – 1929), Pavlova, The Dying Swan, c.1912. Drypoint etching, 11.75 x 9.5 inches. Collection of Foosaner Art Museum, Florida Institute of Technology. Gift of Susan Oppler Wood, 86.3.316.
The Foosaner Art Museum presents a comprehensive exhibition of the work of Ernst Oppler (German, 1867 – 1929). The exhibit runs Sept. 15 through Jan. 6, 2013.
Oppler studied and worked in Munich, London, Holland and France but eventually settled in Berlin. He became an active member of the Berlin Secession, a group of artists who championed the new, Impressionist style.
The Henegar Center for the Arts presents Noche de Tango Saturday, September 15 at 7 p.m. Argentine Tango Productions invites you to experience a night of passion, romance, and intrigue. Come and enjoy the musical mastery of an art form that brings together great tradition and the heritage of an entire nation.
The Eau Gallie Arts District is inviting the community to “Experience EGAD” Friday, September 7 during the Art District's First Friday Art Walk. Join area artists, dancers and musicians for hands-on creative fun.