Go fish: at Cornell Mu­seum of Art

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The Cornell Mu­seum of Art and Amer­i­can Cul­ture re­cently col­lab­o­rated with Del­ray’s Au­gust Art & Jazz event, to host “Fish ‘N Ships—A Fam­ily Night.” Vis­i­tors from the Mu­seum were greeted by an 800-pound, nine-foot fish carved from a sin­gle log of black wal­nut. Inside the gal­leries were amaz­ing marine life paint­ings by Ja­son Mathias and fa­mous ship paint­ings and mod­els by James A. Flood.

Fam­i­lies par­tic­i­pated in sea-themes craft ac­tiv­i­ties and an art scav­enger hunt with prizes. A gallery walk with Flood re­vealed some of the great sto­ries be­hind the his­toric ships he paints.

Orquesta Nos­tal­gia, a Latin band, per­formed on the out­door pavil­ion stage, cour­tesy of Del­ray’s Art & Jazz event.

The Cornell Mu­seum is lo­cated at Old School Square, 51 N. Swin­ton Ave., Del­ray Beach.

For more in­for­ma­tion about the Cornell Mu­seum and its up­com­ing ex­hi­bi­tions and pro­grams, call 561-243-7922 or visit www.old­school.org.

Morgan and Anne Jack­son talk with mar­itime artist James A. Flood.

Michelle Gideon of Boca Ra­ton and Eric Ray of Lake Worth en­joy a paint­ing by Ja­son Mathias a marine life painter at the Cornell Mu­seum in Old School Square.

Sis­ters Helena Ch­es­lack, 14, Vi­vian Ch­es­lack, 11, and Kai Ch­es­lack, 8, take part in an arts and crafts project at the Cornell Mu­seum in Old School Square.

Chelsea Sal­divar, 8, of Del­ray Beach finds Ti­tanic paint­ing, by James A. Flood, dur­ing a scav­enger hunt held at the Cornell Mu­seum in Old School Square.

James A. Flood stands with one of his paint­ings on ex­hibit at the Cornell Mu­seum in Old School Square.

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