Coral Springs, FL (March 13, 2017) – Three new exhibits will be unveiled at the Coral Springs Museum of Art on Saturday, March 11, 2017. The main gallery will feature charcoal artist Virginia Fifield, the East Gallery will display the works of pop culture artist Stan Slutsky, and the Kuhn Gallery will feature caricaturist and cartoon artist Alisa Grodsky.


For those who would like to meet the artists themselves, the Coral Springs Museum of Art will host a complimentary cocktail reception from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 23, 2017.


“There’s no better way to embrace and understand art than by meeting the people behind its creation,” said Andrews. “The goal of our artist receptions is to have our guests connect with the art on a deeper level.”


All three exhibitions will be on display through May 20, 2017.


Stan Slutsky
From Op to Pop

A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Stan Slutsky skillfully employs geometric shapes in his “op” artworks that are rooted in Egyptian and classical Greek antiquity. His sense of humor, evidenced by his 3 dimensional sculptures of everyday delicacies, makes for a fun and interesting exhibition.


Virginia Fifield
Pneumatikos – A Spiritual Gift

Broward County resident Virginia Fifield’s seemingly familiar subjects in her charcoal drawings encourage a deeper contemplation about man’s relationship with nature. Her work is deliberately devoid of context and color to strip away all stylized associations to her subjects.


Alisa Grodsky
My Life as an Artist: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Recently relocating from New York City, Alisa Grodsky’s exhibition tells the story of her life as a professional artist and her unique ability to articulate a message.


For more information, contact the Coral Springs Museum of Art at (954) 340-5000 or and online at


The Coral Springs Museum of Art is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Since the Museum is a proud member of North American Reciprocal Museums (NARM) and Reciprocal Organization of Associated Museums (ROAM), members who join at the family membership level ($125 annually), gain access to more than 800 museums across the U.S.