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Fernando Botero: Living Large with Martha Criscuolo, Ages 10+

</i>Las frutas (The Fruits)</i>, 1964, by Fernando Botero (Columbian, b. 1932); oil on canvas; 50 3/4 x 52 1/8 inches; Courtesy of the Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami and International Arts & Artists

Las frutas (The Fruits), 1964, by Fernando Botero (Columbian, b. 1932); oil on canvas; 50 3/4 x 52 1/8 inches; Courtesy of the Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami and International Arts & Artists

After viewing Fernando Botero’s still life The Fruits in Pan American Modernism: Avant Garde Art in Latin American and the United States, students will explore paintings and sculpture by the Columbian artist before trying their hand at “Boterismo,” in a playful homage to his style of exaggerating human and animal forms in his works. All materials included.

Members $65 | Non-Members $75

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