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Ann Norton Sculpture Garden's Sculpture in Motion

| February 7, 2018 | Parties

Automobiles and art come together as one for Ann Norton Sculpture Garden’s Sculpture in Motion.

THE PARTY The temporary home to more than a dozen truly unique classic pre- and postwar cars, Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens welcomed a bevy of onlookers at the Sculpture in Motion event. Event curator John Barnes—founder of Cavallino magazine and Palm Beach Cavallino Classic—delighted guests with special tours and presentations given by true car connoisseurs with master expertise. THE GUESTS Each attendee voted on most artistic, most elegant and people’s choice for each of the road vehicles. The autos made their mark in times past and at the event: “Today marked a special one-of-a-kind exhibition of some of the rarest and most artistically designed automobiles in history,” said Frances Fisher, board chairman for ANSG and the event’s co-chair. THE HIGHLIGHTS Winning out in the daylong event were the 1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental, 1939 Peugeot 402 Darl’mat Roadster Sport and 1958 Nash Metropolitan.

Photos by Capehart Photography


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