Boynton Beach Installs Sculptures Around Town To Promote The Town Square Cultural District

by Holly Gambrell Oct 05, 2017 05:28 PM

Boynton Beach Installs Sculptures Around Town To Promote The Town Square Cultural District

The City of Boynton Beach has been installing large, Albert Paley stainless steel sculptures in various locations around town as part of the city’s effort to increase art in public places. 

It is also the unofficial kickoff to promote the new town square cultural district redevelopment project in east Boynton Beach. 

Titled “Albert on the Avenue,” the project features six Paley sculptures, which are abstract art. They weigh between 2,000 to 6,000+ pounds and are up to 40 feet high. 

The tallest and heaviest sculpture was created specifically for Boynton Beach for the 500 Ocean mixed-use development project, and was installed on Oct. 4. The other pieces installed around the city have previously been on display throughout the country. 

Details on all the sculptures installed are below: 

Name of Sculpture: Envious Composure 

Installation Location: City Hall, 100 Boynton Beach Blvd. 


Name of Sculpture: Proscenium

Installation Location: 306 E. Ocean Ave.


Name of Sculpture: Stance

Installation Location: Dewey Park, 100 NE Fourth St.


Name of Sculpture: Moment

Installation Location: 211 E. Ocean Ave.


Name of Sculpture: Coalescence

Installation Location: Schoolhouse Children’s Museum, 129 E. Ocean Ave. 


Name of Sculpture: Cavalcade (created specifically for Boynton Beach)

Installation location: 500 E. Ocean Ave.


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